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Teach on Mars and 3IA Côte d’Azur: automatically create learning paths


Teach on Mars and 3IA Côte d’Azur: automatically create learning paths


Publication : 10/02/2020
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The collaboration with Teach on March is about technology transfer and continuation of ongoing research on methods and algorithms to recommend pedagogical resources adapted to the learner's profile and context, and more generally to automatically create learning paths that correspond to the learner's needs and learning objectives.

Let's be curious ! 

The CURIOSITY project has just been launched. It focuses on automatic knowledge extraction from, and annotation of textual pedagogical resources with reference vocabularies. It’s led by a common project-team between Université Côte d'Azur, CNRS and Inria led by Fabien Gandon (Inria), 3IA chairholder, and in particular by Catherine Faron Zucker (Université Côte d'Azur).
A second step is planned, with a collaboration within a follow-up project focusing on the automatic generation of pedagogical resources from a knowledge graph.

            “This collaboration has been discussed since more than one year and has been started within the 3AI Côte d'Azur.catherinefaron I am glad that Oscar Rodriguez, the post-doc researcher I supervised on close topics during 3 years, has been hired by Teach on Mars in the context of this collaboration, ensuring knowledge capitalization, easy knowledge transfer and the continuation of ongoing research, and a quick start of this collaborative project. Teach on Mars will provide us with interesting use cases and information and data sources to develop and evaluate our methods and algorithms”,

said Catherine Faron Zucker.

 

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teachonmarsis Europe’s foremost mobile-led learning technology provider. Our solution helps today’s organisations connect people with the learning and the communities they need to do their jobs and live their lives better.

Winner of numerous industry awards, Teach on Mars is recognised as European leader in the mobile learning space. Since its foundation in 2013, the company has delivered its solution to over 130 blue-chip clients, in 20+ languages across more than 90 countries throughout the globe, and today it has bases in Sophia-Antipolis, Paris, Milan, London, Brussels and Casablanca. 80 Teach on Mars staff and an extensive worldwide network of 50+ content and technology partners collaborate to equip organisations with the toolset, mindset and skillset required to create their next-generation learning ecosystem. And because Teach on Mars takes its responsibility for the future of our planet seriously, it invests 1% of its revenues in education projects contributing directly to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.