elearningplaceYour place…for eLearning

Welcome!

Whether you are a researcher, a teacher, a professional, a manager or a learner, eLearningplace aims to be your place for eLearning. It is the continued goal of eLearningplace’s team to produce quality research projects that will make their mark in their field, that will constantly improve in-demand courses and provide professional recognition for every lifelong learner participant.
eLearningplace offers blended and entirely online learning in information science and technology, business management, technology-enhanced education and foreign languages.
Flexibility, personalised and collaborative/cooperative learning and a wide offer of multimedia contents characterise eLearningplace.
Please feel free to contact us anytime for further information about our projects and courses.

 

Our team

Sabrina Leone,  PhD in e-Learning* at the Faculty of Engineering of the Università Politecnica delle Marche (UNIVPM).

Her current research focuses on Personal Learning Environments and lifelong learning, and she has a strong interest in adaptive learning environments and Social Semantic Web.

Her career has developed in the fields of education (secondary and tertiary teacher and consultant, specialised in adult learning), business consultancy (quality systems designer and manager) and linguistic mediation. She has been involved in European special projects (Socrates programmes with Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, Great Britain, Germany, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Estonia) and Italian ones (IG students, Business Laboratory for Italian University and Secondary School students, Learning for All FIRB project). She has studied and worked in Italy and abroad (Great Britain, France, Ireland, United States, Australia).

Before joining the UNIVPM, she was a lecturer and a coordinator in Italian Studies (Italian language and Culture; Translation; Contemporary Italian Cinema and Literature) at the University of Wollongong, Australia, appointed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Lifelong learning and eLearning have characterised her professional fields and her life since 2000.

She holds a honours degree in Foreign Languages (1988, I.U.L.M, Milan), one in Business Management (1998, University of Campobasso) and one in Sciences of Linguistic Mediation (2004, Scuola Superiore per Mediatori Linguistici, Florence). She authored and co-authored several publications on referred journals and books.

*Award – Best PhD thesis, Curriculum  in eLearning, X Cycle – Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona (Italy).

 

 

ICT professional & lifelong learner

Giovanni Biancofiore (giovannibiancofiore.com) is a sustainer and a designer of (IT and not) networks. He’s a Microsoft Certified System Administrator, a Microsoft Certified Professional & Technology Specialist Window Vista Configuration ID 6601323 and an EIpass Examiner.

His profession comes from his passion for new technologies. He has been engaged in ICT since 1998, with professional experiences in Italy and in Australia. He’s specialised in the design, implementation and administration of systems and in the offer of flexible, efficient and aggregated web solutions for private and public concerns.

Hand in hand with consultancy, in the field of applied vocational training he’s been a designer, a trainer and a tutor of flexible and tailorable eLearning paths. He was in the eTutors team of the international project Sloop2desc (2010), in the technical team of the research experiences Format QRcode (Format QRcode 2011 at Liceo Classico “T. Livio” and Format QRcode 2012 at I.T.C.G. ” L. Da Vinci”, Martina Franca, Italy) within the FIRB project Learning for All, and the technical eTutor of SSW4LL 2011.

His fields of research are collective intelligence, IT networks for social and economical applications, systems for the integration of formal and informal eLearning environments, open education and OER, systems for the management of online professional communities, systems for eLearning and for networked learning, communities and knowledge sharing.

 

 




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