This workshop will focus on the implications of WELL to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including, for example, contributing to securing quality education during the COVID-19 pandemic (UN SDG #3 and #4), providing the learning and training for resilient infrastructure construction and low-emission transport (UN SDG #9), or supporting the knowledge exchange connected with the switch to a circular economy (UN SDG #12).
- Submission deadline for short papers (5-9 pages): 31 July 2020 (extended)
- Author notification of acceptance: 18 August 2020 (extended)
- Camera-ready deadline: 11 September 2020 (extended)
Please submit your contribution via EasyChair https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=well4sd
Position papers will follow the submission format of the main conference (LNCS Format), and should be 5-9 pages long. A short paper is a paper with references and has between 5-9 LNCS-equivalent pages.
All submissions should clearly articulate the key contribution to the workshop in terms of the value of wearable technologies to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Please use the LNCS template: https://www.springer.com/de/it-informatik/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines and submit your contribution as PDF via EasyChair.
We aim to publish the workshop proceedings at CEUR-WS.org
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Wearable technologies for equitable quality education (on primary, secondary and tertiary levels)
- Wearable technologies for learning at the workplace including the context of industry 4.0
- Wearable technologies for learning and behaviour change in well-being, healthcare and fitness
- Learning and training with wearable technologies in support of other sustainable development goals including lifelong learning
- Data collection, analytics and critical issues in context of WELL
- Security and privacy for WELL
This workshop is the offspring of the Special Interest Group on Wearable-technology Enhanced Learning (SIG WELL) in the context of the European Association for Technology Enhanced Learning (EATEL).
Based on the insights from the edited Springer book titled “Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL). Current Trends, Research, and Practice” and edited by the workshop organisers: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319643007
a number of critical issues related to current quality, equity and ethical issues have been identified and pinpointed by the authors of the chapters. The motivation for the workshop is to provide a synopsis of these insights in view of the Sustainable Development Goals and initiate a discussion about the future of WELL against the dropback of current global challenges and quality education.
The workshop is a half-day event and will take place online, in the social VR platform, such as Mozilla Hubs.
1) Presentation of the EATEL SIG WELL and past activities
2) Presentation of the edited Springer book titled “Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL). Current Trends, Research, and Practice” and key issues related to Sustainable Development Goals and Quality Education.
3) Keynote: learning in the Real World by Fridolin Wild
4) Paper presentation: Increasing Proficiency of Students’ Vocabulary Acquisition through the Calm Application on the Samsung Galaxy Watch, by Natalia Marakhovska
5) Paper presentation: BewARe – Wearable- and Augmented-Reality-Enhanced Movement and Mobility Training for Promoting Health and Well-being of Senior Patients, by Ilona Buchem, Christopher Kümmel, Dennis Ritter and Kristian Hildebrand
6) Paper presentation: Holographic Learning – the use of augmented reality technology in chemistry teaching for developing students’ spatial ability, by Eva Mårell-Olsson and Karolina Broman
7) Paper presentation: Learning in Times of COVID-19: An Approach Aiming on Optimized Design Addressing Emergent Conditions, by Dan Kohen-Vacs, Gila Kurtz and Yanay Zaguri Mobile
8) Agenda sharing and wrap up
Opening and keynote Learning in the Real World
Increasing Proficiency of Students’ Vocabulary Acquisition through the Calm Application on the Samsung Galaxy Watch
BewARe – Wearable- and Augmented-Reality-Enhanced Movement and Mobility Training for Promoting Health and Well-being of Senior Patients
Ilona Buchem, Christopher Kümmel, Dennis Ritter and Kristian Hildebrand
Holographic Learning - the use of augmented reality technology in chemistry teaching for developing students’ spatial ability
Eva Mårell-Olsson and Karolina Broman
Learning in Times of COVID-19: An Approach Aiming on Optimized Design Addressing Emergent Conditions
Dan Kohen-Vacs, Gila Kurtz and Yanay Zaguri Mobile
Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany
Ilona Buchem is a Professor for Media and Communications at Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin (W2 Professor). Her research interests include emerging technologies for learning, including mobile and wearable technologies. She is coordinating and working in a number of research projects related to TEL. Ilona organised the PLE Conference 2013 dedicated to Personal Learning […]
RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Ralf Klamma leads the research group “Advanced Community Information Systems” (ACIS) at the Information Systems chair, RWTH Aachen University (Germany). He is known for his work in major EU and national funded projects for Technology Enhanced Learning (PROLEARN, GALA, ROLE, Learning Layers, TELMAP, Tellnet, CUELC, SAGE, BOOST, VIRTUS, WEKIT, tech4comp, MILKI-PSY and MyEduLife). Ralf organized […]
The Open University, United Kingdom
Dr Fridolin Wild is a Professor at the Open University, leading the Performance Augmentation Lab. With the research and development of the lab, Fridolin seeks to close the dissociative gap between abstract knowledge and its practical application, researching radically new forms of linking directly from knowing something ‘in principle’ to applying that knowledge ‘in practice’ […]