About the project
It enables teachers to create interactive learning content and share it with their students or colleagues. It also supports blended learning, especially in STEM education. "Graasp enables students to develop their personal and collaborative learning skills, design and computational thinking competences, as well as critical thinking. With appropriate consent, data about teachers and students’ activities can be used for evidence-based research (learning analytics).
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Haute École Pédagogique des cantons de Berne, du Jura et de Neuchâtel (HEP-BEJUNE)
Haute école d'ingénierie et d'architecture de Fribourg (HEIA-FR)
Thanks to European FP7 and H2020 innovation actions, as well as swissuniversities P8 and P5 projects, Graasp is a unique open digital education platform supporting together the creation, the implementation, and the sharing of open educational resources, as well as the associated evidence-based investigations. It is used by more than 400’000 educators, learners, and scientists around the world.
Dr. Denis Gillet
Coordinator and President of the nonprofit Graasp Association
REACT Group, EPFL