RIPLECS

Type: Lifelong Learning Programme, ERASMUS Action Year: 2011 Partners:  Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia, Plovdiv University 'Paisii Hilendarski', Technical University Sofia, Technical University Graz

 

 

The Need:

The aim of the RIPLECS project is the definition and development of a telematics based European infrastructure and organisation for ICT curriculum providing a range of co-authoring, co-learning, simulation- and laboratory practice-based learning facilities. The project seeks to do so by adapting the DIPSEIL system to enable real-world experiments remotely in an e-learning context of “Information and Communication Systems (ICS)” curriculum.

The Solution:

The aim of the RIPLECS project is the definition and development of a telematics based European infrastructure and organisation for ICT curriculum providing a range of co-authoring, co-learning, simulation- and laboratory practice-based learning facilities. The project seeks to do so by adapting the DIPSEIL system to enable real-world experiments remotely in an e-learning context of “Information and Communication Systems (ICS)” curriculum.

Who's Who?

  • The National Distance Education University (UNED) has as its mission the public service of higher education through the modality of distance education and is the leader in the implementation of cutting edge technologies applied to learning, with the largest offer of virtual courses in Spain.
  • Plovdiv University is one of the leading higher-education institutions in the Republic of Bulgaria.The University conducts innovative research in fields of priority in the interest of and for the benefit of society and applies technologies and methods for effective management.
  • The Technical University of Sofia (TU-Sofia) is an autonomous institution, accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Agency (NAAA). The University carries out dynamic research activities, whose scientific products are highly competitive on the world market.
  • The Technical University Graz is focused on the investigation of computer architectures for "Embedded Real-Time Systems", i.e., on specialized computer architectures which are designed to integrate performance, dependability, and modularity.

Results

 

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Project Website:

http://riplecs.dipseil.net/index.php

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