Funding: University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland, dep. of Innovative technologies

Project Leader: Riccardo Mazza

Period: Since June 2012

Project Web Site: http://ondigita.supsi.ch


Nowadays, teaching institutions are faced with the problem of managing large amount of digital resources, that often change in years. Teachers need an infrastructure for storing and delivering digital materials to their students. Students, on the other side, may take advantage of tablet computer to annotate documents, take notes, and share these notes with teachers and peers.


Ondigita is a platform we developed at SUPSI for the management and delivery of digital documents to students enrolled at the bachelor’s courses in various specializations within the field of engineering. Ondigita allows our organization to have a cloud-based repository of their educational materials (documents, books, audio and video) and allows our students to store and access these resources in their computers, tablets, or mobile phones. A specific android mobile app automatically synchronizes the student’s device with the learning resources provided by the teacher and stored in the cloud, and automatically fetches all documents for the courses he/she is enrolled in. Ondigita allows students to annotate their PDF educational materials, to take notes in a personal notepad, and to share annotations with teachers and peers

My contribution

I'm the creator and project manager of the tool

Publications (see publications page for pdf files)

P22 Riccardo Mazza, Andrea Baldassari, Roberto Guidi. Ondigita: a platform for the management and delivery of digital documents. In: Inmaculada Arnedillo Sánchez and Pedro Isaías. (2013). Proceedings of the international conference mobile learning 2013. Lisbon, Portugal, March 14-16, 2013. IADIS Press. ISBN: 978-972-8939-81-6


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