09:00 Welcome Desk & Registration (09:00 - 10:00)
10:00 - 10:15 - Room Manhattan Opening Session
10:15 - 11:45 - Room Manhattan Panel
Digital Technologies and Open Education for Enhanced Learning, Economic Development and Sustainability – A Myth or Reality? Chair: James Uhomoibhi
11:45 Coffee-Break (11:45 - 12:00)
12:00 - 13:00 - Room Manhattan Keynote Lecture Open Education Practices as Answer to New Demands of Training in Entrepreneurship Competences Edmundo Tovar, Madrid Polytechnic University, Spain
13:00 Lunch (13:00 - 14:30)
14:30 - 16:00 - Room Mediterranean 2 Parallel Session 1 - Information Technologies Supporting Learning and Ubiquitous Learning
  • 88: SignSupport: A Mobile Aid for Deaf People Learning Computer Literacy Skills George G. Ng'ethe, Edwin H. Blake and Meryl Glaser
  • 37: Usability in mLearning Ajinkya Atalatti, Elicia Lanham and Jo Coldwell-Neilson
  • 105: Mobile Learning for the Teaching of Theoretical Concepts to Undergraduate Students Lorena Pérez-Hernández
  • 112: A Mobile Web Game Approach for Improving Dysgraphia Daniela Giordano and Francesco Maiorana
14:30 - 16:00 - Room Mediterranean 3 Parallel Session 1 - Information Technologies Supporting Learning
  • 49: Recognition of Reading Activities with Read Aloud Voice on Japanese Text Presentation System Kyota Aoki
  • 109: The Efficacy of Clickers in Second Language Classroom - Promoting Interaction in Korean as a Foreign Language Ryoo Hye Jin Agnes
14:30 - 16:00 - Room Mediterranean 4 Parallel Session 1 - Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 22: An Adaptive Web Tool for Self-assessment using Lightweight User Profiles Fotis Lazarinis, Vassilios S. Verykios and Chris Panagiotakopoulos
  • 34: Connecting Peer Reviews with Students’ Motivation - Onboarding, Motivation and Blended Learning Kay Berkling
  • 60: Open Resources as the Educational Basis for a Bachelor-level Project-Based Course Ville Isomöttönen and Tommi Kärkkäinen
14:30 - 16:00 - Room Mediterranean 5 Parallel Session 1 - Information Technologies Supporting Learning and Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
  • 45: Combining Agents and Ontologies for Building an Intelligent Tutoring System Stamatis Panagiotis, Ioannis Panagiotopoulos, Christos Goumopoulos and Achilles Kameas
  • 193: Learning Scenarios' Operationalization - A Process based on Ontology and Patterns Zeyneb Tadjine, Lahcen Oubahssi, Claudine Toffolon and Sébastien Iksal
  • 30: Blended Learning in Multi-disciplinary Classrooms - Experiments in a Lecture about Numerical Analysis Marcelo Barros, Antao Moura, Laurent Borgman and Uwe Terton
14:30 - 16:00 - Room Berlin A Parallel Session 1 - AGEWELL
  • 6: Can Playing Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPGs) Help Older Adults? David Kaufman and Fan Zhang
  • 8: Tutoring and Assessment Through Games and Emotions Sintija Petrovica
16:00 Coffee-Break (16:00 - 16:45)
16:00 - 17:00 - Mediterranean 1 Posters Session 1
  • 38: T-MASTER - A Tool for Assessing Students’ Reading Abilities Erik Kanebrant, Katarina Heimann Mühlenbock, Sofie Johansson Kokkinakis, Arne Jönsson, Caroline Liberg, Åsa af Geijerstam, Jenny Wiksten Folkeryd and Johan Falkenjack
  • 42: Evaluating a “Flipped Classroom” Experiment Ole Jacob Bergfjord and Tarjei Alvær Heggernes
  • 43: Duck Testing Enhancements for Automated Validation of Student Programmes - How to Automatically Test the Quality of Implementation of Students’ Programmes Pavel Herout and Premysl Brada
  • 48: BrailleApp - Educational Mobile Application to Assist in the Learning of Braille Language Raul Benites Paradeda, Ailton Francisco de Luna e Silva, Jones Granatyr and Alberto Signoretti
  • 57: CORF®: Collective Educational Research Facility - Design of a Platform Supporting Educational Research as an Integral Joint Effort of Researchers and Teaching Professionals Ruurd Taconis
  • 64: Supporting Learning Groups in Online Learning Environment Godfrey Mayende, Andreas Prinz, Ghislain Maurice N. Isabwe and Paul Birevu Muyinda
  • 75: Dynamic Group Formation in Mobile Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Environment Sofiane Amara, Joaquim Macedo, Fatima Bendella and Alexandre Santos
  • 79: Designing a Virtual Laboratory for a Relational Database MOOC Olivier Berger, J. Paul Gibson, Claire Lecocq and Christian Bac
  • 80: Model of a Neuron Network in Human Brains for Learning Assistance in E-Learning Environments Harald R. Kisch and Claudia L. R. Motta
  • 82: Plug and Play with a QoV Model - A Research Based Learning Approach Carlos Vivas-López, Diana Hernández Alcantara, Juan Carlos Tudón Martínez and Ruben Morales-Menendez
  • 83: Software Environments as Learning Tools for Modeling Engineering Systems - A Case Study on Decentralized Multi-loop Control System T. R. Melo, L. C. Silva, A. Perkusich, J. J. Silva and J. S. Rocha Neto
  • 124: An Educational Talking Toy based on an Enhanced Chatbot Eberhard Groetsch, Alfredo Pina, Roman Balandin, Andre Barthel and Maximilian Hegwein
  • 129: Online Courses of Portuguese as a Second Language - Closing the Gap with Blended Learning in Mainstream Education Carla Barros Lourenço and Ana Sousa Martins
  • 131: Supporting Distance and Flexible Education - Challenges in the Design and Development of Online Learning Resources Mihai Dupac
  • 147: Life-size Board Game “Human SUGOROKU” To Teach Children about Vegetation Succession - Application of Human Sensing Technology to Embodied Education Ryuichi Yoshida, Takayuki Adachi, Keita Muratsu, Hiroshi Mizoguchi, Fusako Kusunoki, Miki Namatame, Masanori Sugimoto, Etsuji Yamaguchi, Shigenori Inagaki and Yoshiaki Takeda
  • 151: From Learning 1.0 to Learning 2.0 - Key Concepts and Enablers Sami M. Leppänen and Nestori Syynimaa
  • 155: Problem of Trust in e-Learning Environment Vladislav Petrov, Natalia Miloslavskaya, Victor Gorbatov and Anatoliy Durakovskiy
  • 164: A Systematic Mapping Applied to MOOC's Study Alexandre Furtado Fernandes, Jorge Cardoso and Maria José Marcelino
  • 168: Project-oriented Education as a Platform for Transfer of Math KSA Borislav Lazarov
  • 187: Development of Electronic Textbook for Chemical Experiment - Taking Esterification as an Example Akira Ikuo, Yusuke Yoshinaga and Haruo Ogawa
  • 203: The LARES Mission: An Opportunity to Teach General Relativity - Frame Dragging and Lense-Thirring Effect A. Paolozzi, C. Paris, G. Sindoni and A. Tartaglia
17:00 - 18:00 - Room Manhattan Keynote Lecture How to Teach Humans (with Machines) Rob Koper, Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands
18:00 Welcome Drink (18:00 - 18:30)