Formerly senior researcher at the Institute for Educational Technologies of the Italian National Research Council, Luigi Sarti is currently associated researcher to the same Institute. His research interests include ICT-related methodologies and tools to support adults’ learning processes, in both individual and collaborative group settings.
From 1995 to 2001 Luigi Sarti has been contract professor at the University of Parma, teaching Software Engineering; from 2001 to 2010 he has been contract professor at the University of Genoa, teaching Computer Science, Web Programming, and Programming Languages; he is currently contract professor at eCampus University, teaching Algorithms and Data Structures, Human-computer Interfaces, Network Security.
Luigi Sarti has contributed, both in the design and in the delivery phases, to the “E-Learning” action of the Campus One project at the University of Genoa, to the Master course “E-Learning per la Scuola, l’Università e l’Impresa” (E-Learning for Schools, Universities and Business) and to the Master course “CLIL”, organized by the University of Genoa. He has been in charge of many research projects of national and international extent; he has been project manager of the Share.TEC project (http://www.share-tec.eu/), within the European Union funded eContentPlus Programme. He authored a number of monographs and academic publications in the field of Educational Technologies.
Resources and users in the tagging process: Approaches and case studies
Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society (2010) 6(2)
A general and flexible model for the pedagogical description of learning objects