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Giada Trisolini

Adjunct professor

Department of Education Studies "Giovanni Maria Bertin"

Curriculum vitae

Research fellow at the Department of Statistical Sciences “Paolo Fortunati” of the University of Bologna. Since October 2021, she has been involved in the design of English-language training modules for a Lifelong Learning Certificate in Data Science “From data to decision: a non-technical course on data-driven decision making” as part of the 1Europe project.

Her education began at the Department of Education at the University of Padova where, in 2005, she obtained a Bachelor's degree in “Training Expert in Social Organisations” with a thesis on knowledge management. Later, she became interested in online learning and graduated cum laude in “Online Learning and Didactic Design and Management” at the Department of Education Studies of the University of Bologna with a thesis on the design and implementation of Learning Objects in a corporate context.

She obtained her PhD in Pedagogical Sciences during this she studied constructivist and socio-constructivist pedagogical approaches and analysed the didactic models adopted in MOOCs. She was PhD visiting student from November 2017 to February 2018 at Open University of The Netherlands (OUNL), during this she conducted a systematic literature review on MOOC supervised by Prof. Christian Stracke and from July to October 2018 at Teaching Innovation Unit (TIU) e Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L) of University of South Australia (Adelaide) during this she developed a matrix for MOOC design under the supervision of Prof. Shane Dawson.

Her research interests are mainly focused on learning design in online environment (LMS), lifelong learning programmes, digital skills of active citizenship and data literacy.

She has conducted research on topics related to learning analytics, robotics in education, artificial intelligence and apps for education and has participated in various conferences, including international ones, aimed at disseminating research results.

Since 2013, she is a member of Research Centre on Education, Media and Technology (CEMET) of University of Bologna.