AORTA is a software architecture that provides object level coordination and shared workspace awareness support to synchronous and distributed collaborative applications.
Bersatide: *Best practices collaborative design editor* is a web based tool to help in the design of a complete Computer Supported Collaborative learning process. In eight steps the tool shows recommendations about the main topics to take care about while designing CSCL environments. It also provides and easy questionnaire to guide users that will be sent to them after filling it up.
Bucket-Server is a system that enables teachers to include a certain and controlled degree of flexibility in the management of learning artifacts during the enactment of across-spaces learning situations.
Collage (COLlaborative LeArning desiGn Editor) is a specialized IMS-LD compliant authoring tool for collaborative learning based on CLFPs (Collaborative Learning Flow Patterns).
CSCL-EREM Web Tool: The CSCL-EREM Web Tool helps non-expert evaluators in the evaluation of a wide range of CSCL systems by guiding the collaborative creation of evaluation designs and multimedia reports. The tool relies on the CSCL-Evaluand-oriented Responsive Evaluation Model, an evolving evaluation model, based on the principles of the Responsive Evaluation approach. A user manual can be found here.
GamiTool is a web-based gamification system that allows practitioners (i.e., teachers, instructors, instructional designers) to create computer-interpretable gamification designs, and semi-automatically deploy and enact them in multiple learning management systems (e.g., Moodle) and MOOC platforms (e.g., Canvas Network).
GLUE! is an architecture that allows the integration of external tools in Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) such as Moodle or LAMS. GLUE! keeps the main functionality of VLEs regarding group management and learning design but allowing third-party external tools, with the aim of increasing the range of learning situations that can be performed.
GLUE!-PS is an architecture and data model that enables teachers to particularize and deploy learning designs (expressed in a number of learning design languages) into their choice of VLE (e.g. Moodle), allowing also to include external tools (e.g. Google Docs). GLUE!-PS also allows for certain flexibility in changing activities, groups and resources in run-time.
GLUEPS-AR is a system that enables teachers to particularize their learning designs (expressed in a variety of languages) and deploy them in Ubiquitous Learning Environments.
ILDE (Integrated Learning Design Environment) in an infrastructure created by the METIS project (in which the GSIC/EMIC group was partner). The ILDE supports cooperation within a "Learning design" community in which its members share and co-create multiple types of learning design solutions covering the complete learning-design lifecycle: conceptualization, authoring and implementation. Further information and documentation about the ILDE can be found at http://ilde.upf.edu/about.
Iloca is a tool to help in participatory observation of interactions with a tablet-PC.
MendiKnoppix is a modified version of Knoppix, with software required in several lecture classes give by members of GSIC/EMIC in the School of Telecommunications at University of Valladolid.
Ontoolsearch is a tool search facility designed with the aim of allowing educators to find suitable tools for their learning settings (collaborative in special). You can test the system posing semantic searches, as well as submitting keyword-based queries and browsing the tool dataset.
RICK (Resource Integration Companion Kit) is a tool for the user-oriented interactive annotation of digital resources devoted to Teacher Education. This tool allow users to describe learning resources both from scratch or from existing annotations that need to be enriched with educational and pedagogical specific tags.
SAMSA is an analysis tool that enables the evaluation of participatory aspects of learning for teachers and researchers. SAMSA enables non-experts to perform social network analysis,and visualize in an intuitive way how has been the evolution of the relationship structures within the groups during the collaborative situation.
SEEK-AT-WD (Support for Educational External Knowledge About Tools in the Web of Data) is an infrastructure that collects descriptions of ICT tools available at the Web of Data and adapts them to be used for educational purposes. All the data provided by SEEK-AT-WD comes from third-party Linked Data sources.
Web Collage (Web COLlaborative LeArning desiGn Editor) is a specialized IMS-LD compliant authoring tool for collaborative learning based on CLFPs (Collaborative Learning Flow Patterns) on the web.