Miguel Latorre

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The lack of tracking and storing capabilities for the results of web-based learning activities is an issue that remains unsolved. Transitions or interactions defined by teachers through a set of conditions still require programming skills that stay far beyond the desired final results. In addition to this, authoring tools should be powerful enough to let(More)
—This paper describes an open framework aimed to facilitate the development of mobile and ubiquitous learning applications. The main features that this framework implements are: (a) transparent management of several location-based technologies, including GPS, and cell towers; (b) easy identification of objects through RFID; (c) support for motion sensors(More)
—Education requires a great amount of effort. Authoring high quality learning content is but one of many tasks involved with this continuous process. Learning objects are a new approach to help teachers to reuse and find different contents. Open standards have made possible to achieve this accomplishment. Through digital repositories we can explore(More)
In this paper we describe how to use a learning object repository in order to store large multimedia files that can been queried by students while they are at home preparing their digital electronic circuits and later at laboratory when they must mount and check them. The system is currently being tested under the pilot project carried out in Electronics(More)