In response to the challenge of testing new, more effective and inclusive approaches to learning, Singularity University Milan Chapter has developed a project called "Augmented Learning Process". The project won the Global Impact Project Award, a competition organized by Singularity University to encourage its chapters to create projects with exponential impact.
The "Augmented Learning Process" proposes a learning methodology split into phases, in which all the proposed content (and its use on the various platforms) is managed by an open source web application developed in-house, which acts as a “knowledge hub".
Let’s talk about the project with:
● Anuka Roinishvili, Project manager, Global chapters & community Singularity University
● Darlene Damm, Faculty Chair & Head of Social Impact Singularity University
Meeting moderated by David Orban, Advisor & Faculty at Singularity University.
An event to follow in live streaming and VR mode with the SingularityU Milan Chapter web application
Event organized by SingularityU Milan Chapter in collaboration with participating SU Chapters