Events

Speed Mentoring

Free

Informal Learning Session The hall will be organized into several “stations”. At each station, a senior participant will be located (every participant who currently holds a PhD degree). The PhD students will choose a station for a 10-minute conversation. If the number of PhD students is too high, two PhD students can attend a station […]

At 21:00
Main Hall

Fellowship of the Learning Activities – The LA4LD Board Game

Free

Thematic Workshop In an effort to bridge the gap between learning analytics (LA) and learning design this workshop presents a multidisciplinary perspective on the design of learning activities. The serious (board) game used in the workshop demonstrates opportunities to create awareness, use the game as a design tool, and design learning activities with LA in […]

At 17:30

Designing Learning Analytics for Open Educational Resources

Free

Thematic Workshop Open Educational Resources (OER) are digital learning resources offered online freely and openly to teachers, educators, students, and independent learners to be used, shared, combined, adapted, and expanded in teaching, learning and research. The learning content is educational material of a wide variety, from full courses to smaller units such as diagrams or […]

At 17:30

Field Studies in TEL

Free

Methodology Workshop Much research in TEL is design work – i.e., together with the relevant stakeholders, the research team designs an intervention that is intended to support learning. This intervention needs to be evaluated alongside the design process to show the extent to which this goal has been reached for the prototypical iteration; and to […]

At 17:30
Main Hall

Post-PhD life – From Proposals to Value Propositions

Free

Career Workshop Post-PhD life is a topic that is often avoided by a lot of PhD candidates as it can all at once seems fuzzy, scary and far ahead. Career as a researcher and/or associate professor are the most common paths. Other alternatives exist. Entrepreneurship is a compelling one that is often overlooked out of […]

At 16:00

GO-GN and TEL: engaging doctoral research with openness

Free

Thematic Workshop The Open Educational Resources (OER) research community is a relatively new area of interest. Research on OER where Technology-Enhanced learning (TEL) has a primary role is growing. PhD students around the world are getting involved in OER research. This workshop will focus on open research practices and approaches with the objective to make […]

At 14:00

How to create programming exercises with automated feedback

Free

Thematic Workshop Assessing the coding skills and learning progress in a programming course is almost impossible without code submissions. Other assessment types, such as multiple-choice quizzes, do not cover the full range of skills but can be checked automatically. Writing unit tests for automated assessment of programming exercises is a manual process and error-prone to […]

At 14:00

Systematic Reviews in Educational Technology and TEL Research

Free

Methodology Workshop Conducting a systematic review is a fruitful exercise for early career researchers and doctoral students, to gain a solid overview of a given topic, in order to develop their own research topics and agendas. This workshop provides a dense introduction to the basic steps in systematic review methodology: the development of a review […]

At 10:30
Main Hall

Once upon a time… learning to present your research

Free

Soft-Skills Workshop Public Speaking is one of the 21st century skills. As PhDs and researchers giving presentations is one very important aspect of our careers that is usually overlooked. In this workshop, participants will learn and practice some principles that will make their presentations more engaging and interesting.

At 10:30