08:30 Welcome Desk & Registration (08:30 - 09:15)
09:15 - 09:30 - Room Bruxelles Hall Opening Session
09:30 - 10:45 - Room Bruxelles Hall Panel

Chair: Owen Foley, Galway Mayo IT, Ireland
10:45 Coffee-Break (10:45 - 11:00)
11:00 - 12:15 - Room R4 Parallel Session 1 - Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 10: Comparison of Two Cognitive Strategies for Learning from Illustrated Texts Sabine Schlag and Rolf Ploetzner
  • 30: Evaluation of an Augmented-Reality-based 3D User Interface to Enhance the 3D-Understanding of Molecular Chemistry Patrick Maier and Gudrun Klinker
11:00 - 12:15 - Room R5 Parallel Session 1a - Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 1: Teaching and Learning Process of the Information and Communication Technology and Computer Science Subjects in Lower Secondary Schools in Albania in Front of International Facts and Trends Genci Berati
  • 34: The Development of an e-Portfolio for Competency based Training Assessment for a Malaysian Skills Diploma Program Hafizan Matsom, Tim Stott and Frances Tracy
  • 121: Business Process Modeling and Implementation - A 3-Year Teaching Experience Daniela Giordano and Francesco Maiorana
11:00 - 12:15 - Room R6 Parallel Session 1 - Ubiquitous Learning
  • 56: Designing Virtual Laboratories - Decarboxylation Reactions, Vacuum Distillation and Virus Identification by PCR in the Lablife3D Second Life Laboratory Tuomas Kangasniemi, Sebastian Olkinuora, Pekka Joensuu, Olli Natri, Pekka Qvist, Martti Ketola, Jaana Brusin, Hanna Virtanen, Marko Närhi, Reija Jokela, Eero Palomäki, Hannu Tiitu and Katrina Nordström
  • 160: Development and Evaluation of the ‘Pocket Plant Guide’ to Support the Observation and Identification of Indicator Plants for Vegetation Succession Keita Muratsu, Fusako Kusunoki, Yoshiaki Takeda, Haruka Inoue, Etsuji Yamaguchi, Shigenori Inagaki, Hiroshi Mizoguchi and Masanori Sugimoto
12:15 - 13:15 - Room Bruxelles Hall Keynote Lecture The Educational Software Gold Rush - How the Learning Sciences and Advanced Technology Can Lead the Way Bruce McLaren, Carnegie Mellon University, United States and Saarland University, Germany
13:15 Lunch (13:15 - 14:30)
14:30 - 16:00 - Room R4 Parallel Session 2 - Information Technologies Supporting Learning
  • 134: Crafting a Rich and Personal Blending Learning Environment - An Institutional Case Study from a STEM Perspective Su White, Hugh Davis, Kate Dickens and Sarah Fielding
  • 178: High- vs. Low-quality Video Lectures - Don't Worry, Just Put them Online! Robert Schleicher, Tilo Westermann and Sebastian Möller
  • 36: Interactive Lessons for Tablet-based Teaching - A Proposal for an Open Data Format Heiko Weible and Edgar Seemann
  • 61: Information Technologies for Supporting in Classroom Learning and e-Learning José Ricardo Queiroz Franco, Mariana Hostalácio Barbosa, Roberta Oliveira Parreiras, Renata Spyer Las Casas and Augusto Maia Gonçalves
  • 77: Enhancing Estimation Skills with GeoGebra - Volume Ratios of Essential Solids Libuše Samková
14:30 - 16:00 - Room R5 Parallel Session 2 - Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 74: Understanding the Challenges of Introducing Self-driven Blended Learning in a Restrictive Ecosystem - Step 1 for Change Management: Understanding Student Motivation Kay Berkling and Armin Zundel
  • 76: Learning Strategy and Students’ Perception of Different Learning Options in a Blended Learning Environment - A Case Study of a First Year Engineering Course B. Schmidt
  • 82: Teaching Risk with Virtual Worlds - Experience and Lessons Learnd in Second Life and Other Virtual Worlds Marc Conrad
14:30 - 16:00 - Room R6 Parallel Session 2 - Social Context and Learning Environments
  • 16: Cultural Differences in e-Learning Behaviour and Overall Assessment Clemens Bechter, Fredric W. Swierczek and Jeerawan Chankiew
  • 60: Rule-based Automatic Adaptation of Collaborative Multiplayer Serious Games - Supporting Instructors in Game-based Learning Scenarios Viktor Wendel, Sebastian Ahlfeld, Stefan Göbel and Ralf Steinmetz
16:00 Coffee-Break (16:00 - 16:15)
16:00 - 17:00 - Foyer Bruxelles Posters Session 1
  • 12: Facilitating Learning and Knowledge Transfer through Mentoring Ileana Hamburg
  • 29: Development of a Skill Learning System using Sensors in a Smart Phone for Vocational Education Akinobu Ando, Toshihiro Takaku, Shota Itagaki, Takashi Torii, Hidetoshi Takeno and Darold Davis
  • 35: Bringing Tablets to Schools - Lessons Learned from High School Deployments in Germany Heiko Weible and Edgar Seemann
  • 67: Serious Games for Music Education - A Mobile Application to Learn Clef Placement on the Stave Adriano Baratè and Luca A. Ludovico
  • 75: Using Non-graded Formative Online Exercises to Increase the Students’ Motivation and Performance in Classroom - A Longitudinal Study from an Undergraduate Information Systems Program in Singapore Ilse Baumgartner
  • 88: Smart ePortfolio System - Experimental Prototype Testing in Living Lab and Further Artificial Intelligence Implementation Design within ePortfolio System Aleksandrs Gorbunovs
  • 119: An Approach to the Electronic Textbook of Basic Chemistry Linking Chemical Experiments - CG Teaching Materials based on Quantum Chemical Calculation Akira Ikuo, Yusuke Yoshinaga and Haruo Ogawa
  • 125: Advanced Learning Environments 2016 Clive Holtham, Martin Rich and Leona Norris
  • 136: Building an Intelligent Tutoring System for Chess Endgames Matej Guid, Martin Možina, Ciril Bohak, Aleksander Sadikov and Ivan Bratko
  • 138: Evaluating Mobile Learning Adoption in Higher Education based on New Hybrid MCDM Models Ming-Tsang Lu, Gwo-Hshiung Tzeng, Kua-Hsin Peng and Shu-Kung Hu
  • 142: Problem-based Virtual World Design for Virtual Reality Education - An Experiment with the Opensimulator Platform for Second Life-based Virtual Worlds George Anastassakis and Themis Panayiotopoulos
  • 164: Tablets (iPad) for M-Learning in the Context of Social Constructivism to Institute an Effective Learning Environment Palmo Thinley
  • 168: Understanding Pervasive Games for Purposes of Learning Klaus P. Jantke and Sebastian Spundflasch
  • 165: Master’s Degree Program for Applied Informatics in Education Majoring in Instructional Design and Distance Learning Maria Tatarinova
  • 188: Utilizing Umbrello UML Modeller to Develop Students’ Modelling Skills in Software Engineering Basem Y. Alkazemi, Abdullah Baz, Grami Mohammad A. Grami and Yasir A Khayat
17:00 - 18:00 - Room Bruxelles Hall Keynote Lecture Tech-Savvy Students? Maybe Not … Susan Zvacek, Fort Hays State University, United States
18:45 Welcome Drink (18:45 - 19:30)