Reference: 2018-1-IT02-KA203-048519

Grant year: 2019

Duration: 10/01/2019 – 12/31/2021 (3 years)

Funding Program: KA2 – Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices, KA203 – Strategic Partnerships for higher education

Funding Entity: European Union Erasmus K+


PI at the UVEG: Rosa Mª Baños Rivera


Partners of the Consortium:

– Angelos Marlos (Democritus University of Thrace, Grecia)

– Adalbert Wilhelm (Jacobs University Bremen , Alemania)

– Raffaele Di Fuccio (Smarted SRL).

UVEG research team: 

– Marta Miragall

– Ausiàs Cebolla

– Ernestina Etchemendy

– Verónica Guillén

Brief description of the Project: The objective of this project is the development and implementation of an adaptive learning system (ALEAS) to be delivered using innovative open access digital technologies. The key words that characterize this project are: digitization, dynamism, evaluation, multidisciplinarity, and inclusion. The aim of the ALEAS system will be to encourage university students to learn about statistics by providing them with a variety of resources (e.g. videos, photos, etc.), which will be inserted into an online system, and which will also be available for use through mobile devices. ALEAS aims to facilitate real life application of statistical issues, encouraging students to appreciate the importance of statistics in their future careers. Our participation consists of: Developing and performing the project quality plan, as well as conducting the studies (evaluation of the ALEAS mobile application).

Associated publications:

Miragall, M., Baños, R.M., Markos, A., Wilhelm, A., DiFuccio, R., & Palumbo, F. (submitted). Development of an Adaptive LEArning System (ALEAS) for assessing and improving the statistical knowledge in college students. Poster presented at European Congress of Methodology (EAM2020), Valencia, September 2020.

February, 2020  


“The learning of statistics: a challenge for teaching”

The aim of this workshop was to gather methodology professors, professionals in the field
of education and instruction, researchers, and (doctoral and undergraduate) students inthe field of social sciences, health and humanities
 interested in learning statistics supported by ICTs, in particular, the use of a mobile application for learning statistics that is being developed by the European project ALEAS.