jTEL summer school 15 years – online event

jTEL summer school 15 years – online event

Celebrating 15 years of the JTEL Summer School

EATEL Summer School is the primary European training event for doctoral students in Technology-Enhanced Learning. This summer, we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the event!

The summer school this year had to be postponed to next summer, but we would like to invite you to an online event instead.

Joins us on 1 July at 17:00 Central European Summer Time if you want to learn about the EATEL Summer School, receive major updates on the doctoral education in Technology-Enhanced Learning, meet the founders of the summer school and engage in discussions, share memories and perspectives for the future of the field!

Please, register to receive the link to join the event on the online platform. The links will be sent to the day of the event – 1 July.



  • 17:00 About EATEL
  • 17:10 JTELSS inception – panel with the founders
  • 17:50 JTELSS 2005-2020 year by year
  • 18:00 JTELSS activity framework
  • 18:10 JTELSS reflecting the TEL field over the years
  • 18:20 Presentation of DE-TEL
  • 18:30 Survey on Doctoral Education in TEL
  • 18:45 Announcement of JTELSS21
  • 19:00 Sharing memories and online party


Katherine Maillet

Telecom SudParis, France

Ralf Klamma

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 […]

Denis Gillet

EPFL, Switzerland

Mikhail Fominykh

Mikhail Fominykh

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Mikhail Fominykh is a researcher, developer and enthusiast in the area of technology-enhanced learning. Mikhail holds a researcher position in the IMTEL research group at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU, Norway. At NTNU and previously at other organizations, Mikhail has been working as a project coordinator or as a technical coordinator […]

Maria Perifanou

University of Macedonia, Greece

Fridolin Wild

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’ […]