FI-ADOPT-backed mydocumenta are continuing their success with a new platform AMIGO, created as part of a consortium including partners Edebé and Gradiant – and winning phase one funding through IMAILE – Innovative Methods for Awards Procedures of ICT Learning in Europe, an innovative project funded with support from the European Commission in the context of the Seventh Framework Program.
IMAILE project foresees a selection process in three phases, at the end of which 4 prototypes will be obtained, and two of them will be used in a large scale pilot stage with teachers and students from the participating countries.
The AMIGO platform, (SMART STEM Learning Ecosystem), submitted by the consortium composed of Edebé (a leading educational publisher), Documenta (Innovative SME from Barcelona who develop educational software and multimedia production) and Gradiant (a reference ICT Technology Centre in Galicia), has been selected as one of the 7 winning proposals in phase one, being the one who obtained the best score from all the selected proposals. A team composed of professionals from the three companies is now working to design a full proposal to be submitted on 22nd April.
The IMAILE consortium expects to announce the results of the second selection in May 2016, so keep an eye on the News page to find out if AMIGO will become a full technological prototype.