09:15 Welcome Desk & Registration (09:15 - 09:45)
09:45 - 11:15 - Room Mediterranean 2 Parallel Session 5 - Information Technologies Supporting Learning and Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 17: Analysing Features of Lecture Slides and past Exam Paper Materials - Towards Automatic Associating E-materials for Self-revision Petch Sajjacholapunt and Mike Joy
  • 46: Feedback Design in Multimodal Dialogue Systems Peter Van Rosmalen, Dirk Börner, Jan Schneider, Olga Petukhova and Joy van Helvert
  • 93: A Study of Analogy in Computer Science Tutorial Dialogues Mehrdad Alizadeh, Barbara Di Eugenio, Rachel Harsley, Nick Green, Davide Fossati and Omar AlZoubi
  • 127: A Scalable Intelligent Tutoring System Framework for Computer Science Education Nick Green, Omar AlZoubi, Mehrdad Alizadeh, Barbara Di Eugenio, Davide Fossati and Rachel Harsley
09:45 - 11:15 - Room Mediterranean 3 Parallel Session 5 - Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 199: Engage with InGauge - Measuring Participation and Engagement within an Academic Facebook Group Thanos Hatziapostolou, Jorgo Gellci and Iraklis Paraskakis
  • 13: Interactive Computer Simulation and Animation (CSA) to Improve Student Learning of Projectile Motion in an Undergraduate Engineering Dynamics Course Yongqing Guo and Ning Fang
  • 143: A Framework for using Business Intelligence for Learning Decision Making with Business Simulation Games Waranya Poonnawat and Peter Lehmann
  • 145: Towards a 3D Virtual Game for Learning Object-Oriented Programming Fundamentals and C++ Language - Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Results Fahima Djelil, Benjamin Albouy-Kissi, Adélaïde Albouy-Kissi, Eric Sanchez and Jean-Marc Lavest
09:45 - 11:15 - Room Mediterranean 4 Parallel Session 5a - Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 61: A Cost–benefit Analysis of Continuous Assessment Amalia Duch, Joaquim Gabarro, Jordi Petit, Maria J. Blesa and Maria Serna
  • 104: A Semi-Automatic Computer-Aided Assessment Approach for Marking and Providing Feedback Comments Adewale Adesina, Roger G. Stone, Firat Batmaz and Ian Jones
  • 177: Textbook Gamification - Transforming Exercises into Playful Quests by using Webble Technology Susanne Friedemann, Lisa Baumbach and Klaus Jantke
11:15 Coffee-Break (11:15 - 11:30)
11:30 - 13:00 - Room Mediterranean 2 Parallel Session 6 - Information Technologies Supporting Learning
  • 55: A Cognitive Framework for On-line Music Education - Students’ Performance in On-line Listening Activities in a Blended Post-secondary Music Course Patricia Boechler, Mary Ingraham, Luis Fernando Marin, Erik deJong and Brenda Dalen
  • 24: Ready, Set, Jump - An Interactive eBook Designed to Awaken the Aspirations of Primary School Students Uwe Terton and Ruth Greenaway
  • 68: The Role of Educational Technology in Third Space Practicum Kathy Jordan and Jennifer Elsden-Clifton
  • 198: Virtual Laboratories - Use of Public Testbeds in Education Niky Riga, Vicraj Thomas, Vasilis Maglaris, Mary Grammatikou and Evangelos Anifantis
11:30 - 13:00 - Room Mediterranean 3 Parallel Session 6 - Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 35: Brain Race - An Educational Mobile Game for an Adult English Literacy Program Nada Soudy, Silvia Pessoa, M. Bernardine Dias, Swapnil Joshi, Haya Thowfeek and Ermine Teves
  • 110: What’s next? Different Strategies Considering Teachers’ Decisions for Adapting Learning Paths in Serious Games Javier Melero, Naïma El-Kechaï and Jean-Marc Labat
  • 14: A Qualitative Analysis of Student-constructed Concept Maps in a Foundational Undergraduate Engineering Course Ning Fang
11:30 - 13:00 - Room Mediterranean 4 Parallel Session 6a - Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 89: Learning Computational Thinking Through the Use of Flash Action Scripts - Preparing Trainee Elementary School Teachers for Teaching Computer Programming Erni Marlina Saari, Peter Blanchfield and Gail Hopkins
  • 128: MOOCs inside Universities - An Analysis of MOOC Discourse as Represented in HE Magazines Steve White, Manuel Leon and Su White
  • 191: Understanding Factors Influencing Teachers' Use of Technologies in Teaching STEM Georgia L. Bracey and Mary L. Stephen
13:00 Lunch (13:00 - 14:30)
14:30 - 15:30 - Room Manhattan Invited Talk Learnings From Singapore: Reflecting on the Use of Mobile Devices as the Catalyst from Pedagogical Change Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan, United States & Cathleen Norris, University of North Texas, United States
15:30 - 17:00 - Room Mediterranean 2 Parallel Session 7 - Social Context and Learning Environments
  • 74: Students’ Opinions on Financial Compensation from Project Work Juho Heikkinen and Ville Isomöttönen
  • 101: Analysing Online Education-based Asynchronous Communication Tools to Detect Students’ Roles Mohammad Jaber, Panagiotis Papapetrou, Ana González-Marcos and Peter T. Wood
  • 123: Recommendation of Learning Resources based on Social Relations Mohammed Tadlaoui, Karim Sehaba and Sébastien George
  • 162: Conceptualizing Collaboration in the Context of Computer-supported Collaborative Learning Aleksandra Lazareva
15:30 - 17:00 - Room Berlin A Tutorial Using FREE Mobile Apps to Support Learners Engaging in Synchronous Collaboration Lecturer(s): Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan, United States & Cathleen Norris, University of North Texas, United States
15:30 - 17:00 - Room Mediterranean 3 Parallel Session 7 - Information Technologies Supporting Learning
  • 85: Conceptualize the Domain Knowledge Space in the Light of Cognitive Skills Fatema Nafa and Javed Khan
  • 107: Teaching with Dynamic Documents - Web Applications and Local Resources Jerzy Karczmarczuk
  • 173: Human Agency and Learning - A Computer-based Exploration of Sustainable Water Management David MacLennan
15:30 - 17:00 - Room Mediterranean 4 Parallel Session 7a - Information Technologies Supporting Learning
  • 159: Teaching & Learning System for Diagnostic Imaging - Phase I: X-Ray Image Analysis & Retrieval M. S. Shahriar Faruque, Shourav Banik, M. Kazi Mohammed, Mahady Hasan and M. Ashraful Amin
  • 174: Finding Pathways to Student Success from Data Brendan Mumey, Sean Yaw, Christina Fastnow and David J. Singel
  • 184: Combining Learner’s Preference and Similar Peers’ Experience in Adaptive Learning Fandry Indrayadi and Dade Nurjanah
15:30 - 17:00 - Room Mediterranean 5 Parallel Session 7 - Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 66: Student Ratings, Class Size, Written Comments, Rank and Gender Bias Bradford P. Sobakowitz and Jacob Kogan
  • 120: Comparing Tool-supported Lecture Readings and Exercise Tutorials in Classic University Settings Tenshi Hara, Felix Kapp, Iris Braun and Alexander Schill
  • 137: Blended Learning in Project Management - Experiences on Business Games and Case Studies Mario Vanhoucke and Mathieu Wauters
17:00 Coffee-Break (17:00 - 17:15)
17:15 - 18:15 - Room Manhattan Keynote Lecture Digital Technology and Higher Education - Delivering Benefits for Student Education Neil Morris, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
18:15 - 18:30 - Room Manhattan Closing Session
18:30 Farewell Drink (18:30 - 19:00)