Carlo Giovannella

 

 

Graduated in Physics, he worked long time in solid state physics as an expert of complex systems. Nowadays can be considered a 'Designer for the experience': expert in the technology-enhanced learning, interaction design, computer-mediated communication, design and management of processes, process and product innovation, ecosystems monitoring and benchmarking. Since 2015 is the President of ASLERD (Association for Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional Development). It has been the Scientific Director of the Creative Industries Area at the Consorzio Roma Ricerche from 2013 till 2016. 
He is member of the Dept. of History, Cultural Heritage, Education & Society of the University of Rome Tor Vergata, where he is chair of the ISIM_garage (Interfaces and Multimodal Interactive Systems), a research lab devoted to design and development of TEL-environments, tools and methods for education, interaction design, and more. 

 

Last update: January 2016

Articles published on IXD&A:

 

• Participatory bottom-up self-evaluation of schools’ smartness: an Italian case study, N. 31, pp. 9 - 18, abstractdownload

 

• An investigation of actors’ differences in the perception of learning ecosystems’ smartness: the case of University of Aveiro,  N. 31, pp. 19 - 31, abstractdownload

 

• Participatory Evaluation and Grading: Experiencing with Teachers, N. 30, pp. 115 - 132, abstractdownload

 

• Smartness of Learning Ecosystems and its bottom-up emergence in six European Campuses, N. 27, pp. 79 - 92, abstractdownload

 

• Where's the smartness of learning in smart territories ?, N. 27, pp. 60 - 68, abstractdownload

 

• Smart City Analytics: state of the art and future perspectives, N. 20, pp. 72 - 87, abstractdownload

 

• Scenarios for active learning in smart territories, N. 16, pp. 7 - 16, abstractdownload

 

• An exploration on possible correlations among perception and physical characteristics of EMOVO emotional portrayals, N. 15, pp. 102-111, abstractdownload

 

• Is complexity tameable ? Toward a design for the experience in a complex world, N. 15, pp. 18-30, abstractdownload

 

• Participatory grading in a blended course on 'Multimodal Interface and Systems', N. 13/14, pp. 84-91, abstractdownload

 

• What and how to monitor complex educative experiences. Toward the definition of a general framework, N. 11/12, pp. 7-23,  abstractdownload

 

• Educational Experiences and Experience Styles, N. 9/10, pp. 104-116, abstractdownload 

 

• Traces, monitoring ... and assessment for DULP, N. 7/8, pp. 79-84, abstractdownload

 

• DULP: complessità , organicità , liquidità, N. 7/8, pp. 11-15,  abstract , download 

 

• A new Life to rethink Design and Processes for Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL), N. 5/6, pp. 127-128, abstractdownload

 

• Challenging emotivity: the voice, N. 5/6, pp. 107-110, abstractdownload 

 

• ISIM_GestureCapture: Java gesture recognition for natural interaction, N. 5/6, pp. 86-90, abstractdownload 

 

• Tools for an Augmented Design: quantitative virtual show&tell, N. 2/4, pp. 117-124, abstractdownload 

 

• IxD:What are we to do in order not to fail?', N 1/2, pp. 2-15, download 

 

• Interaction Design, or Design for the Imperfection, N.0,  pp. 37-42, download 

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