Seventeenth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning
Educating for a new future: Making sense of technology-enhanced learning adoption
Toulouse, France, 12-16 September 2022
Creating Open Educational Resources with the H5P tool
Date: 12/09 (Half day – morning slot)
List of organizers:
- Lorena Sousa, University of Aveiro
- Luís Pedro, University of Aveiro
- Carlos Santos, University of Aveiro
This workshop is organized into three main parts: in the first part, key concepts of Open Educational Resources (OER) and the H5P tool and its functionalities are going to be introduced. In the second part, participants will explore the H5P tool and create an OER about a given topic. Then, they are going to present their OER and explore how to share and reuse the content created by the other participants. Finally, there will be a discussion on the challenges and difficulties they faced during the practical activity; finally, they will evaluate an OER prototype built with H5P.
Improving the Instrumentation and Feedback for Self-Regulated Learning
Date: 13/09 (Full day)
List of organizers:
- Shaveen Singh, Monash University
- Joep van der Graaf, Radboud University Nijmegen
- Heleen van der West, Radboud University Nijmegen
- Yizhou Fan, University of Edinburgh
- Lyn Lim, Technical University of Munich
- Mladen Raković, Monash University
- Maria Bannert, Technical University of Munich
- Inge Molenaar, Radboud University Nijmegen
- Dragan Gašević, Monash University
One of the central focuses of education is to foster the competency of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) amongst learners. However, measuring SRL has posed a major challenge to researchers for decades. This workshop provides a forum for interested researchers to examine the current SRL-related work-to-date, and explore how they can build upon existing methods of instrumentation, measurement, analytics and feedback related to SRL.
The workshop is planned to be a full-day hands-on event. In Part 1, participants will have the opportunity to present their own research and practice projects on SRL and discuss how learning analytics can contribute towards the improvement of data collection, analysis and feedback related to SRL. In Part 2, the focus will be on sharing insights on scaffold design and examining types of SRL support that are effective in different learning contexts.
Augmented Reality for teaching Educational Robotics and more (AR4ER)
Date: 13/9 (Half day – morning slot)
List of organizers:
- Olga Firssova, Open University of the Netherlands
- Mikhail Fominykh, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
- Dimitris Karampatzakis, International Hellenic University
- Nardie Fanchamps, Open University of the Netherlands
- Roland Klemke, Open University of the Netherlands
The topic of this workshop is design and integration of distance learning alternatives for onsite Educational Robotics based on research outcomes of the Erasmus+ eROBSON project. Technological solutions based on Augmented Reality techniques and possible pedagogical scenario’s will be presented to workshop participants together with the outcomes of a Group Concept Mapping (GCM) study conducted to support the design process.
Workshop participants will be introduced to GCM methodology, will discuss and evaluate GCM outcomes and will take part in a demo of the working prototypes. Participants will be invited to join reporting of the workshop outcomes to the academic community.
3rd Workshop on Culturally Aware Learning Analytics (CARLA)
Date: 13/09 (Half day – morning slot)
- Ioana Jivet, Goethe University Frankfurt & DIPF
- Olga Viberg, KTH Stockholm,
- Maren Scheffel, Ruhr-University Bochum
Learning analytics (LA) have been implemented in various countries, often at a limited scale. We have also seen that LA have been used in different ways in different countries. This makes the transfer of LA solutions from one country to another challenging, due to varying contextual, technical, and cultural factors. In this workshop, we aim to identify and discuss possible cultural differences and also similarities–the factors that have so far not been extensively studied by LA researchers–for the wider adoption of LA at scale.
Doctoral Education in Technology-Enhanced Learning – DETEL
Date: 13/09 (Half day – afternoon slot)
- Mikhail Fominykh, EATEL / Norwegian University of Science and Technology
- Roland Klemke, Open University of the Netherland (OUNL) / TH Köln
- Marcus Specht, Delft University of Technology
Technology Enhanced Learning as an interdisciplinary field has many approaches to doctoral education, depending on the country, university, faculty of the PhD candidate among other factors. DETEL Erasmus+ project works on harmonizing and innovating doctoral education in the field, defining a new study program for doctoral education.
In this workshop, we will inform the participants about the state of the work on the program and involve them in a validation the doctoral Technology Enhanced Learning curriculum designed in the DETEL project. We will also demonstrate our platform for community-driven development of educational resources for doctoral candidates.
NUTEL: Nudges and Technology Enhanced Learning (online)
Date: 13/09 (Half day – afternoon slot) Beware, due to unforeseen circumstances this workshop will be offered online. People attend the ECTEL 2022 conference physically can still come to the room where they can enjoin the physical interaction with other participants and catering. A local organizer will support the practicalities.
- Vania Dimitrova, University of Leeds
- Tanja Mitrovic, University of Canterbury
- Bjorn de Koning, Erasmus University Rotterdam
- Viktoria Pammer-Schindler, Graz University of Technology
Nudges have been widely studied and used in social science for behavior change. To date, there is a solid body of literature and theory in behavioral and economic sciences around nudging people/users towards desirable behavior changes. Recently, nudges have also been explored by education and cognitive science, with some reference to TEL. The TEL community has explored interventions that can be linked to nudges – hints, prompts, questions, conversations, dashboards, open learner models, open social learner models.
This workshop aims to discuss theories for nudges and learning, technological underpinning, example domains and applications, adoption in practice.
MILeS 2022: Multimodal Immersive Learning Systems
Date: 13/09 (Half day – morning slot)
- Roland Klemke, TH Köln and Open Universiteit Nederland
- Khaleel Asyraaf Mat Sanusi, TH Köln
- Daniel Majonica, TH Köln
- Anja Richert, TH Köln
- Valerie Varney, TH Köln
- Tobias Keller, TH Köln
- Jan Schneider, DIPF
- Daniele Di Mitri, DIPF
- George-Petru Ciordas-Hertel, DIPF
- Fernando P. Cardenas-Hernandez, DIPF
- Gianluca Romano, DIPF
- Miloš Kravčík, DFKI
- Benjamin Paaßen, DFKI
- Ralf Klamma, RWTH
- Michal Slupczynski, RWTH
- Stefanie Klatt, Deutsche Sporthochschule
- Mai Geisen, Deutsche Sporthochschule
- Tobias Baumgartner, Deutsche Sporthochschule
- Nina Riedl, Deutsche Sporthochschule
Advances in the fields of wearable sensors, extended reality, artificial intelligence and machine learning make it possible to connect these technologies into integrated learning solutions. The intersection of these fields of emerging technologies is an area of a lot of opportunities for innovative learning systems, but likewise a field of fuzzy expectations. With the second edition of this interdisciplinary workshop we aim to bring together experts and practitioners from technology-enhanced learning and educational application of technologies to collect ideas, requirements, best practices, example cases in the intersection of Artificial Intelligence, Multimodal Systems, Immersive Systems and their application into actual education.
ECTEL 2022 offers the opportunity to host half-day or full-day workshops. Organisers interested in coordinating a workshop need to submit their application through the form linked below no later than 4 May 2022. Notifications of acceptance will be sent on 18 May 2022. Accepted workshops will take place on 12 and 13 September, 2022 in Toulouse, France.
Workshops are expected to promote the conference theme (“Educating for a New Future: Making Sense of Technology-Enhanced Learning Adoption”). They should provide a place and an opportunity to generate ideas on emerging research topics and build a community around a group of like-minded researchers and practitioners. They should promote elaboration of learning technologies and discussion on ways how these technologies can create educational value for different stakeholders and contribute to efficient and effective education. Topics and formats that focus on bridging the gap between academia and business are especially welcomed. Workshops may include (but are not limited to) paper presentations, collaborative discussions, sharing a practical experience, putting forward a “real case”, tutorial sessions, etc. Workshop organisers are encouraged to propose innovative and interactive formats, which will be given priority in the selection process. The workshop selection will be handled competitively to achieve a balanced program. Ideally, a workshop should include different formats promoting interaction and participation. Proposals will be ranked according to their fit with the ECTEL 2022 conference topics, innovativeness, extent of interaction, overall quality, and comprehensiveness of planning including pre-workshop and post-workshop dissemination activities. In case of overlapping workshops, organisers may be asked to clearly differentiate the workshops or merge them.
ECTEL 2022 is planned as a face-to-face conference. At least one organiser of each accepted workshop will be expected to conduct it on-site. While individual online activities might be included in a workshop program, workshop organisers should encourage and promote face-to-face participation as much as possible.
When submitting a workshop applications, organisers will need to indicate:
- Workshop title and acronym
- Workshop theme, list of topics addressed
- Motivation on why the workshop is of particular interest at this time
- Workshop objectives and expected outcomes
- Proposed schedule and duration (full-day or half-day)
- Workshop activities that participants should expect
- The proposed timeline, including a tentative submission deadline for workshop participants
- Workshop format and organisational timeline
- The expected and maximum possible numbers of participants
- Names, affiliations and emails of organisers
- Tentative program committee and organisational requirements
The ECTEL 2022 organising committee will support workshop dissemination by including timelines of accepted workshops and links to their websites on the ECTEL 2022 conference website. Nevertheless, organisers of accepted workshops are expected to launch their websites (not later than 1 June 2022), identify workshop participants, and handle calls for workshop contributions as well as publication of workshop outcomes. The ECTEL 2022 organising committee reserves the right to cancel a workshop that does not attract enough participants.
When publishing workshop contributions, organisers are encouraged to target well-established workshop proceedings repositories (such as http://ceur-ws.org/) and/or high-quality publication outlets (international impact-rated journals, including special issues within them).
Submission is closed.