Antonella Poce is Associate Professor in Experimental Pedagogy at the University Roma Tre – Department of Education, where She teaches Measurement in Education, Educational Research Methodology and Educational Writing Methods and Techniques. After her PhD in Innovation and evaluation of educational system, she obtained a post-doc scholarship to carry out research work on the evaluation of e-learning models in university didactics. Her research concerns innovative teaching practices in higher education at national and international level. In 2008, she was awarded as New Researcher of the year by AEA-Europe (Association for Educational Assessment). She is a member of the AEA-Europe Council Board (since 2012) and and had been chairing the Professional Development Committee (from 2013 to 2016). She is a member of the EDEN – European Distance education Network (since 2009) and elected member of the EDEN (European Distance and E-Learning Network) - NAP (Network of Academics and Professionals) Steering Committee (since 2011). She is member of ICOM (International Council of Museums) –CECA (Committee for Education and Cultural Action) (since 2003). She is local unit head for the 2015 Erasmus plus projects DICHE (Digital Innovation in Cultural and Heritage Education), EURODUALE (European Cooperative Framework for Dual Learning), CRITHINKEDU (Critical Thinking across the European Higher Education Curricula). She directs the international post- graduate course “Standards for Museum Education” based at Roma Tre university. She has been member of the institutional Evaluation Committee at Suor Orsola Benincasa University in Naples since 2012. She is author of different publications on the employment of innovative didactic tools in higher education. E-mail: email@example.comUniversita degli Studi Roma Tre, Department for Education, will lead O6, dedicated to OER, MOOC and Pilots. O6 will be accomplished in several steps: (a) design the concept of VM MOOC with diverse activities to foster both self-directed and collaborative learning, (b) define and design the course content using existing and producing new OERs, (c) develop teaching and evaluation methods and tools, (c) test the approach in practice.
Francesco Agrusti is full-time researcher in Experimental Pedagogy at the University Roma Tre – Department of Education where he teaches Docimology and Research in education. Models and procedures in adult education, and the lab module of Methods and Techniques of Educational Writing. His main interests are in the field of e-learning, lexical analysis and big-data analysis. He is a member of the EDEN (European Distance and E-Learning Network) and EDEN-NAP (Network of Academics and Professionals) since 2009 and collaborates on several Erasmus+ projects