EC-TEL 2016 program

 

1. Overview of the Program

Monday, 12 September

  • Project meetings (only for project members)

Tuesday, 13 September

  • 08:30 - 09:00 Registration
  • 09:00 - 11:00 Workshops, Project meetings
  • 11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
  • 11:30 - 13:00 Workshops, Project meetings
  • 13:00 - 14:15 Lunch break
  • 14:15 - 16:00 Workshops, Project meetings
  • 16:00 - 16:30 Coffee break
  • 16:30 - 17:30 Workshops, Project meetings
  • 17:30 - 18:00 Opening
  • 18:00 - 19:00 Keynote speaker 1
  • 19:00 - 23:00 Welcome Reception / French corner

Wednesday, 14 September

  • 08:30 - 09:00 Registration
  • 09:00 - 09:45 AIED Panel
  • 09:45 - 11:00 Scientific sessions 1A, 1B, 1C
  • 11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
  • 11:30 - 13:00 Scientific sessions 2A, 2B, 2C
  • 13:00 - 14:15 Lunch break
  • 14:15 - 15:00 Demo shootout
  • 15:00 - 16:30 Demo & Poster Session (also during the next coffee break)
  • 16:30 - 17:45 Scientific sessions 3A, 3B, 3C
  • 19:00 - 20:00 Guided tour on boat
  • 20:00 - 23:00 Conference Dinner (including Award Ceremony)

Thursday, 15 September

  • 08:30 - 09:00 Registration
  • 09:00 - 10:00 Keynote speaker 2
  • 10:00 - 11:00 Scientific sessions 4A, 4B and Industry Track
  • 11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
  • 11:30 - 13:00 Scientific sessions 5A, 5B and Industry Track
  • 13:00 - 14:15 Lunch break
  • 14:15 - 15:30 Scientific sessions 6A, 6B and Industry Track
  • 15:30 - 16:30 Keynote speaker 3
  • 16:30 - 17:00 Closing ceremony
  • 17:00 - 18:00 Imaginove cluster reception
  • 18:30 EC-TEL 2016 Soccer tournament

Friday, 16 September

 

2. Detailed Program

2.1 Scientific Sessions

Session 1A : Learning analytics (Chair: Tobias Ley. Room: Auditorium Malraux)

  • Mina Shirvani Boroujeni, Kshitij Sharma, Lorenzo Lucignano, Lukasz Kidzinski and Pierre Dillenbourg. How to quantify student's regularity? (full, 19)
  • Natasa Brouwer-Zupancic, Bert Bredeweg, Sander Sander Latour, Alan Berg and Gerben van der Huizen. Learning Analytics pilot with COACH2 - Searching for effective mirroring (short, 180)
  • Alexis Lebis, Marie Lefevre, Vanda Luengo and Nathalie Guin. Towards a capitalization of processes analyzing interaction traces (short, 47)
  • Anna Mavroudi, Thanasis Hadzilacos and Charoula Angeli. An Adaptive E-learning Strategy to Overcome the Inherent Difficulties of the Learning Content (short, 50)

Session 1B : Learning Design (Chair: Miloš Krav?ík. Room: Amphi M)

  • Mathieu Vermeulen, Nadine Mandran and Jean-Marc Labat. Chronicle of a scenario graph: from expected to observed learning path (full, 24)
  • Kyparisia Papanikolaou, Evangelia Gouli, Katerina Makri, Ioannis Sofos and Maria Tzelepi. A Peer Evaluation tool of Learning Designs (full 158)
  • Anne Lejeune, Viviane Guéraud and Mandran Nadine Improving usage of learning designs by teachers: a set of concepts for well-defined problems resolution (136, short)

Session 1C : Collaborative knowledge building (Chair: Mar Pérez-Sanagustín. Room 4)

  • María Jesús Rodríguez-Triana, Adrian Holzer, Luis P. Prieto and Denis Gillet. Examining the effects of social media in co-located classrooms: A case study based on SpeakUp (140, full)
  • Chrysi Rapanta. Are you ready to collaborate? An adaptive measurement of students´ arguing skills before expecting them to learn together (21, full)
  • Irawan Nurhas, Jan M. Pawlowski, Marc Jansen and Julia Stoffregen. OERauthors: Requirements for collaborative OER authoring tools in global settings (76, short)

Session 2A : Adaptive learning systems (Chair: Julien Broisin. Room: Auditorium Malraux)

  • Jesus Miguel Garcia Gorrostieta and Aurelio López López Argumentation Identification for Academic Support in Undergraduate Writings (13, FULL)
  • Jill-Jênn Vie, Fabrice Popineau, Yolaine Bourda and Eric Bruillard. Adaptive Testing using a General Diagnostic Model (188, full)
  • Anna Mavroudi, Michail Giannakos and John Krogstie. Combining adaptive learning with learning analytics: precedents and directions (134, short)
  • Bert Bredeweg, Jochem Liem and Christiana Nicolaou. Assessing learner-constructed conceptual models and simulations of dynamic systems (178, short)

Session 2B : Social Awareness (Chair: Marco Kalz. Room: Amphi M)

  • Philippe Dessus, Olivier Cosnefroy and Vanda Luengo “Keep your eyes on 'em all!”: A mobile eye-tracking analysis of teachers' sensitivity to students (60, full)
  • Roberto Araya, Danyal Farsani and Josefina Hernandez How to Attract Students’ Visual Attention (83, full)
  • Stefano Perini, Maria Margoudi, Manuel Oliveira and Marco Taisch. Learning in the context of ManuSkills: Attracting Youth to Manufacturing through TEL (129, full)

Session 2C : Wearable and pervasive technologies (Chair: Fridolin Wild. Room 4)

  • Jan Schneider, Dirk Börner, Peter Van Rosmalen and Marcus Specht. Enhancing public speaking skills- an evaluation of the Presentation Trainer in the wild. (78, full)
  • Vasileios Triglianos, Cesare Pautasso, Alessandro Bozzon and Claudia Hauff. Inferring student attention with ASQ (150, full)
  • Jalal Nouri and Teresa Cerratto-Pargman When teaching practices meet tablets’ affordances. Insights on the materiality of learning (153, full)

Session 3A : Social Computing and Social Media (Chair: Ralf Klamma. Room: Auditorium Malraux)

  • Roberto Araya, Carlos Aguirre, Manuel Bahamondez, Patricio Calfucura and Paulina Jaure. Social Facilitation due to online inter-classrooms Tournaments (86, full)
  • Sven Charleer, Joris Klerkx, Tinne De Laet, Erik Duval and Katrien Verbert. Creating Effective Learning Analytics Dashboards: Lessons Learnt (120, full)
  • Mihai Dascalu, Elvira Popescu, Alex Becheru, Scott Crossley and Stefan Trausan-Matu Predicting Academic Performance Based on Students' Blog and Microblog Posts (95, short)

Session 3B : MOOCs (Chair: Denis Gillet. Room: Amphi M)

  • Daniel Davis, Guanliang Chen, Tim van der Zee, Claudia Hauff and Geert-Jan Houben. Retrieval Practice and Study Planning in MOOCs: Exploring Classroom-Based Self-Regulated Learning Strategies at Scale (12, full)
  • Mar Pérez-Sanagustín, Josefina Hernandez, Claudio Gelmi, Isabel Hilliger and Fernanda Rodriguez. Does taking a MOOC as a complement for remedial courses have an effect on my learning outcomes? A pilot study on calculus (149, full)
  • Yishay Mor, Steven Warburton, Pierre-Antoine Ullmo and Rikke Toft Nørgård. MOOC design workshop: educational innovation with empathy and intent (69, short)

Session 3C : Lifelong learning - 45 mins - (Chair: Christian Glahn. Room 4)

  • Sobah Abbas Petersen, Ilaria Canova-Calori, Monica Divitini and Birgit R. Krogstie. Reflective learning at the workplace - The MIRROR design toolbox (44, short)
  • Mike Sharples and John Domingue. The Blockchain and Kudos: a Distributed System for Educational Record, Reputation and Reward (73, short)
  • Sebastian Dennerlein, Paul Seitlinger, Elisabeth Lex and Tobias Ley. Take up my Tags: Exploring Benefits of Meaning Making in a Collaborative Learning Task at the Workplace (161, short)

Session 4A : Assessment - 60 mins - (Chair: Carlos Delgado Kloos. Room: Amphi M)

  • Sharon Hsiao. Mobile Grading Paper-based Programming Exams: Automatic Semantic Partial Credit Assignment Approach (39, full)
  • Sein Minn, Michel Desmarais and Shukai Fu. Refinement of a Q-matrix with an ensemble technique based on multi-label classification algorithms (185, full)

Session 4B : Recommender systems - 60 mins - (Chair: Serge Garlatti. Room 4)

  • Entisar Abolkasim, Lydia Lau and Vania Dimitrova. A semantic-driven model for ranking digital learning objects based on diversity in the user comments (27, full)
  • Simone Kopeinik, Dominik Kowald and Elisabeth Lex. Which Algorithms Suit Which Learning Environments? A Comparative Study of Recommender Systems in TEL (85, full)

Session 4C : Industry Track (Room: Auditorium Malraux)

  • Social Learning & Gamification
  • Participants: Vanessa Kaplan (CEO Kiupe); Maud Gendronneau (Symetrix); Jean-Noël Portugal (Daesign)
  • Moderator: Franck Tarpin-Bernard (Directeur Général Groupe SBT)

Session 5A : ITS (Chair: Bert Bredeweg. Room: Amphi M)

  • Franceska Xhakaj, Vincent Aleven and Bruce M. McLaren How Teachers Use Data to Help Students Learn: Contextual Inquiry for the Design Of a Dashboard (176, full)
  • Thiago Marquez Nunes, Ig Ibert Bittencourt, Seiji Isotani and Patricia Jaques. Discouraging Gaming the System through Interventions of an Animated Pedagogical Agent (1, full)
  • Alexandra Luccioni, Jacqueline Bourdeau, Roger Nkambou and Jean Massardi. STI-DICO: a Web-Based ITS for Fostering Dictionary Skills and Knowledge (173, short)
  • Aydee Liza Mondragon, Roger Nkambou and Pierre Poirier. Evaluating the effectiveness of an affective tutoring agent in specialized education (177, short)

Session 5B : Collaborative learning (Chair: Anna Mavroudi. Room 4)

  • Jean-Charles Marty, Audrey Serna, Thibault Carron, Philippe Pernelle and David Wayntal. Multi-Device Territoriality to Support Collaborative Activities - Implementation and Findings from the e-learning Domain (6, full)
  • Angel Suarez, Stefaan Ternier, Fleur Prinsen and Marcus Specht. DojoIBL (54, full)
  • Johannes Konert, Henrik Bellhäuser, René Röpke, Eduard Gallwas and Ahmed Zucik. MoodlePeers: Factors relevant in learning group formation for improved learning outcomes, satisfaction and commitment in E-learning scenarios using GroupAL (56, short)
  • Kalpani Manathunga and Davinia Hernandez-Leo. PyramidApp: scalable method enabling collaboration in the classroom (66, short)

Session 5C : Industry Track (Room: Auditorium Malraux)

  • Adaptive Learning
  • Participants: Mait Müntel (Linguist, cofounder), Katja Wilde (Babbel, Head of Didactics), Jozef Misik ( Knowble, Managing Director), Laetitia Grail (myBlee Math, CEO & Co-founder)
  • Moderator: Natalie Cernecka (OpenClassrooms, Director of Partnerships)

Session 6A : Game-based Learning - 75 mins - (Chair: Sharon I-Han HSIAO. Room: Amphi M)

  • Eric Sanchez, Claudine Piau-Toffolon, Lahcen Oubahssi, Audrey Serna, Iza Marfisi, Guillaume Loup and Sebastien George. Toward a Play Management System for Game-Based Learning (49, short)
  • Magalie Ochs and Philippe Blache. Virtual Reality for Training Doctors to Break Bad News (82, short)
  • Iza Marfisi, Pierre-Yves Gicquel, Sebastien George and Aous Karoui. From Idea to Reality: Extensive and Executable Modeling Language for Mobile Learning Games (98, short)
  • Aarij Hussaan and Karim Sehaba. Consistency verification of learner profiles in adaptive serious games. (111, short)
  • Alexander Streicher, Daniel Szentes and Alexander Grundermann. Game-Based Training for Complex Multi-Institutional Exercises of Joint Forces (145, short)

Session 6B : Motivation and engagement (Chair: Mike Sharples. Room 4)

  • Peter Esperanza, Ma Khristin Fabian and Criselda Toto. Flipped Classroom Model: Effects on Performance, Attitudes and Perceptions in High School Algebra (104, full)
  • Maxime Pedrotti and Nicolae Nistor. User Motivation & Technology Acceptance in Online Learning Environments (160, short)
  • Guillaume Loup, Audrey Serna, Sebastien Iksal and Sebastien George. Immersion and Persistence: Improving Learners’ Engagement in Authentic Learning Situations (99, short)

Session 6C : Industry Track (Room: Auditorium Malraux)

  • Learning Analytics and Intutive Learning with Wearables
  • Participants: Fabrice Cohen (Woonoz), Ralf Klamma (WEKIT)
  • Moderator: Natalie Cernecka (OpenClassrooms, Director of Partnerships)

2.2 Demo Session

  • David Roldán, Estefania Martin, Oscar Martín Martín and Pablo A. Haya. DEDOS-Player: Educational activities for touch devices
  • Raffaele Di Fuccio, Michela Ponticorvo, Fabrizio Ferrara and Orazio Miglino. Digital and Multisensory storytelling: narration with smell, taste and touch
  • Hong Yin Ngan, Anna Lifanova, Juliane Jarke and Jan Broer. Refugees Welcome: Supporting informal language learning and integration with a gamified mobile application
  • Ioannis Karagiannis and Maya Satratzemi A Framework to Enhance Adaptivity in Moodle
  • Jan Schneider, Dirk Börner, Peter Van Rosmalen and Marcus Specht. The Booth: bringing out the Super Hero in you.
  • Angel Suarez, Stefaan Ternier, Fleur Prinsen and Marcus Specht. DojoIBL: nurturing communities of inquiry
  • Bernhard Göschlberger. A Platform for Social Microlearning
  • Sameer Bhatnagar, Nathaniel Lasry, Michel Desmarais and Elizabeth Charles. DALITE: Asynchronous Peer Instruction for MOOCs

2.3 Poster Session

  • David Roldán-Álvarez, Estefania Martin, Ana Márquez-Fernández and Cristian Guzmán. Learning experiences using tablets with children and people with autism spectrum disorder
  • Mehrnoosh Vahdat, Maira B. Carvalho, Mathias Funk, Matthias Rauterberg, Jun Hu and Davide Anguita. Learning Analytics for a Puzzle Game to Discover the Puzzle-Solving Tactics of Players
  • Ilaria Torre, Simone Torsani and Marco Mercurio. Simulation-based CALL Teacher Training
  • Angela Fessl, Gudrun Wesiak and Viktoria Pammer-Schindler. A Reflective Quiz in a Professional Qualification Program for Stroke Nurses: A Field Trial
  • Le Vinh Thai, Stéphanie Jean-Daubias, Marie Lefevre and Blandine Ginon. Model of articulation between elements of a pedagogical assistance
  • Michela Ponticorvo, Andrea Di Ferdinando, Davide Marocco and Orazio Miglino. Bio-inspired Computational Algorithms in Educational and Serious Games
  • Mikel Villamañe, Ainhoa Alvarez, Mikel Larrañaga and Begoña Ferrero. Recommending dimension weights and scale values in multi-rubric evaluations
  • Alaa S. A. Alkhafaji, Sanaz Fallahkhair, Mihaela Cocea and Jonathan Crellin. A Survey Study to Gather Requirements for Designing a Mobile Service to Enhance Learning from Cultural Heritage
  • Grégory Bourguin, Benedicte Talon, Insaf Kerkeni and Arnaud Lewandowski. Inspiring the Instructional Design Process through Online Experience Sharing
  • Václav Man?na, Roman Dostál, Št?pán Hubálovský and Marie Hubálovská. Increasing pupils' motivation on elementary school with help of social networks and mobile technologies
  • Beat Tödtli, Monika Laner, Jouri Semenov and Beatrice Paoli. Recommending Physics Exercises in Moodle based on Hierarchical Competence Profiles
  • Awa Diattara, Nathalie Guin, Vanda Luengo and Amélie Cordier. Towards an authoring tool to acquire knowledge to design ITSs teaching problem solving methods
  • Yannick Bourrier, Francis Jambon, Catherine Garbay and Vanda Luengo. An approach to the TEL teaching of non-technical skills from the perspective of an-ill defined problem
  • Marie Lefevre, Nathalie Guin, Jean-Charles Marty and Florian Clerc. Supporting Teaching Teams in Personalizing MOOCs Course Paths
  • Mutlu Cukurova, Katerina Avramides, Rose Luckin and Manolis Mavrikis. Revealing Behaviour Pattern Differences in Collaborative Problem Solving
  • Yishay Mor, Marco Kalz and Jonatan Castano-Munoz. A Value Model for MOOCs
  • Shaykhah S. Aldosari and Davide Marocco. Experiments on Virtual Manipulation in Chemistry Education
  • Oula Abu Amsha, Nicolas Szilas and Daniel K. Schneider. Towards an automated assessment support of student contributions on multiple platforms
  • Ionut Cristian Paraschiv, Mihai Dascalu, Danielle McNamara and Stefan Trausan-Matu. Finding the Needle in a Haystack: Who are the most Central Authors within a Domain?
  • Zeyneb Tadjine, Lahcen Oubahssi, Claudine Toffolon and Sébastien Iksal. Platform-oriented semantic description of a learning scenarios
  • Mathieu Muratet, Amel Yessad and Thibault Carron. Framework for Learner Assessment in Learning Games
  • Blandine Ginon, Matthew D. Johnson, Ali Turker and Michael Kickmeier-Rust. Helping Teachers to Help Students by using an Open Learner Model
  • Veronika Gondová, Martin Labaj and Mária Bieliková. Personalized Rooms Based Recommendation as a Mean for Increasing Students' Activity
  • Hallvard Trætteberg, Anna Mavroudi, Michail Giannakos and John Krogstie. Adaptable learning and learning analytics: a case study in a programming course
  • Milos Kravcik, Kateryna Neulinger and Ralf Klamma. Boosting Vocational Education and Training in Small Enterprises
  • Amr Draz, Slim Abdennadher and Yomna Abdelrahman. Kodr: A Customizable Learning Platform For Computer Science Education
  • Peter de Lange, Petru Nicolaescu, Ralf Klamma and István Koren. DevOpsUse for Rapid Training of Agile Practices within Undergraduate and Startup Communities
  • Konstantinos Michos and Davinia Hernández-Leo. Understanding Collective Behavior of Learning Design Communities
  • Mariem Chaabouni, Mona Laroussi, Claudine Piau Toffolon, Christophe Choquet and Henda Ben Ghezala. Towards a context-based approach assisting learning scenarios reuse
  • Oluwabukola Mayowa Ishola and Gord McCalla. Detecting and Supporting the Evolving Knowledge Interests of Lifelong Professionals
  • Roger Nkambou and Ange Tato. A Bayesian Network For The Cognitive Diagnosis Of Deductive Reasoning
  • Jeremy Roschelle, Louise Yarnall, Mike Sharples and Patrick McAndrew. Future Research Directions for Innovating Pedagogy
  • Jeremy Roschelle, Shuchi Grover and Marianne Bakia. Introducing the U.S. Cyberlearning Community

 

 

 

EC-TEL 2016

Supporting Organisations

Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3Université Lumiere Lyon 2Institut national des sciences appliquées de LyonEcole Central LyonLirisUniversité de LyonJožef Stefan InstituteThe Open University UKKU LeuvenHTW ChurOpen University NetherlandsTU GrazInstitut Mines-TélécomUniversität PotsdamSBT GroupOpenClassroomsCentre national de la recherche scientifique

Supporters:

European Association On Technology Enhanced LearningLa Métropole de Lyon

Silver Sponsors:

WEKIT ProjectWoonozSymetrix