Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

Filter by Track or Type of Session 
Filter by Topic 
 
 
Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 25/Sep/2019
6:00pm
-
8:00pm
Welcome Cocktail: Welcome function for all delagates
Location: Dorint Hotel
Chair: Prof. Michael A. Herzog, Magdeburg-Stendal University, Germany
Date: Thursday, 26/Sep/2019
9:00am
-
9:10am
Welcome: President Prof. Dr. Anne Lequy, Local Chair Prof. Dr. Michael A. Herzog
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Okyay Kaynak, Bogazici University, Turkey
9:10am
-
9:20am
Local Welcome: Welcome from the Local Organisers
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Michael A. Herzog, Magdeburg-Stendal University, Germany
9:20am
-
9:50am
Keynote 2: Janusz A. Koziński, Brock Univ. CA, "Reflecting Megatrends and Future Skills in Higher Education"
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Robin Braun, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
9:50am
-
10:50am
Session 1.0: General Session
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Dr. Roland van Oostveen, University of Ontario Insitute of Technology, Canada
 

Framing Course Content to Different Target Groups: Acknowledging the Need for Multiple Platforms and Formats for Tomorrow’s Students

Torben Ernst Svane

Halmstad University, Sweden



Effects of GUI-based Programming Learning before CUI-based Programming Learning: Toward Continuous Learning in Computer Programming

Masahiro Osogami1, Kazumasa Ohkuma2

1: Fukui University of Technology, Japan; 2: Okayama University of Science, Japan



Creating Activities for After School Robotic Workshop with Ozobot Evo

Karolína Mayerová, Zuzana Kubincova, Michaela Veselovská

Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic

Session 1.1: IEETel - 1
Location: Auditorium 3
Chair: Dr. Marco Temperini, Sapienza University, Rome, Italy, Italy
 

Using LearnEval Peer Assessment Platform in Project-Based Learning Settings: A First Experience Report

Gabriel Badea, Elvira Popescu

University of Craiova, Romania



An on-line Framework for Experimenting with Concept Maps

Omar Elsayed1, Carla Limongelli1, Matteo Lombardi2, Alessandro Marani2, Filippo Sciarrone1, Marco Temperini3

1: Roma Tre University, Italy; 2: Griffith University, QLD, Australia; 3: Sapienza University of Rome, Italy



A characteristic of Reviewer's Assessment for Individual Learning Performances -Analysis for Instructors' Assessment using IRT-

Minoru Nakayama

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Session 1.2: General Session
Location: Seminar room 4
Chair: Dr. Donald Bone, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
 

Examining Audience Retention in Educational Videos - Potential and Method

Stefan Oppl1,2, Anja Gutmann1, Ivan Lazic1, Florian Mühlburger1

1: Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria; 2: Danube University of Krems, Austria



Design Thinking Methodology for Increasing Quality of Experience of Augmented Reality Educational Games

Maja Videnovik1, Tone Vold2, Linda Kiønig3, Vladimir Trajkovik4

1: DIG-ED NGO, R.N. Macedonia,; 2: The Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences Dept. of Business Administration and Organizational Studies Rena, Norway; 3: The Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences Dept. of Business Administration and Organizational Studies Rena, Norway; 4: Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, R.N. Macedonia,



E-Engineering: Engineering School at Home Without Compromise

Manuel Gericota1, Paulo Ferreira1, Andre Fidalgo1, Guillaume Andrieu2, Clara Pérez-Molina3

1: School of Engineering - Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal; 2: University of Limoges, France; 3: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain

10:50am
-
11:10am
Coffee Break 1
Location: Break room
11:10am
-
12:10pm
Session 2.0: General Session
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Tony Edward Ward, University of York, United Kingdom
 

Trends in Engineering Education: a Disruptive View for not so far Future

Claudio R Brito1,2, Melany M Ciampi1,2, James J Sluss1,3, Henrique D. Santos1,2,4

1: IEEE Education Society; 2: COPEC – Science and Education Research Organization; 3: Tulsa Graduate College; 4: University of Minho



IKARion: Enhancing a Learning Platform with Intelligent Feedback to Improve Team Collaboration and Interaction in Small Groups

Manfred Constapel1, Dorian Doberstein2, H. Ulrich Hoppe2, Horst Hellbrück1

1: Technische Hochschule Lübeck, Germany; 2: Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Towards a Development Methodology for Adaptable Collaborative Audience Response Systems

Tommy Kubica, Ilja Shmelkin, Alexander Schill

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

Session 2.1: IEETeL - 2
Location: Auditorium 3
Chair: Dr. Filippo Sciarrone, Roma Tre University, Italy
 

2TSW: Automated Assessment of Computer Programming Assignments, in a Gamified Web Based System

Giuseppina Polito, Andrea Sterbini, Marco Temperini

Sapienza University, Rome, Italy



Changes in Note Taking Patterns during Blended and Fully Online Learning Courses

Minoru Nakayama1, Kouichi Mutsuura2, Hiroh Yamamoto2

1: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; 2: Shinshu University, Japan



Guidelines for TEL Researchers on Discovering and Eliciting Educational Features in Web Resources

Carla Limongelli1, Matteo Lombardi2, Alessandro Marani2

1: Roma Tre University, Italy; 2: Griffith University, Australia

Session 2.2: General Session
Location: Seminar room 4
Chair: Dr. Tone Vold, The Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway
 

An Infographics-based Tool for Monitoring Dropout Risk on Distance Learning in Higher Education

Francisco Medeiros1, Maria Brito2, Ed Bezerra3

1: Federal Institute of Paraiba, Brazil; 2: Federal Institute of Paraiba, Brazil; 3: Federal University of Paraiba, Brazil



Using AR in Higher Education – suggested use in the Real Estate Agency Study Program

Per Anders Løvsletten, Linda Kiønig, Tone Vold

The Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway



Investigating Mental Models of Mechanical Engineering Students

Frieder Loch1, Birgit Vogel-Heuser1, Frank Reinhold2, Saskia Böck1, Sarah Hofer2, Kristina Reiss2

1: Institute of Automation and Information Systems, Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: TUM School of Education, Technical University of Munich

12:10pm
-
1:10pm
Session 3.0: General Session
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Vladimir Trajkovik, Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of
 

Studio Based Learning using Programmable Knowledge Management System

Su Ho Ahn, Chang Buem Choi

Handong Global University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Studios in DE and EE at UTS: Structure and Rationale

Robin Braun, Donald Bone, Wayne Brookes, Franziska Trede, Roger Hadgraft

University of Technology Sydney, Australia



Studio-Based Learning In A First Year Engineering Curriculum: Exploring Students’ Learning Experiences And Reflections Using The Rich Picture Method

Franziska Trede, Robin Braun, Wayne Brookes

University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Session 3.1: IEETeL - 3
Location: Auditorium 3
Chair: Dr. Minoru Nakayama, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
 

Critical Thinking Assessment: A First Approach To The Automatic Evaluation

Antonella Poce, Carlo De Medio, Maria Rosaria Re, Francesca Amenduni

Roma Tre, Italy department of Education



Construction of an Execution Environment using Container Type Virtualization for a Support System of Programming Exercises with Game Strategies and Contests

Takeru Shimizu, Hiroyuki Tominaga

Kagawa University, Japan



Analysis of Lexical Features of Online Postings during a Blended Learning Course

Minoru Nakayama1, Satoru Kikuchi2, Hiroh Yamamoto2

1: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; 2: Shinshu University, Japan

Session 3.2: General Session
Location: Seminar room 4
Chair: Prof. Tony Edward Ward, University of York, United Kingdom
 

A Strategy for Cultivating Practical Exploration Skills by Suggesting the Clues based on the Analysis of Novices’ Unaware Intentions

Ryo Onuma1, Yota Kawawa1, Hiroki Nakayama2, Hiroaki Kaminaga1, Youzou Miyadera3, Shoichi Nakamura1

1: Fukushima University; 2: Waseda University; 3: Tokyo Gakugei University



Development of a Training Data Creation Support Environment for Estimating Programming Learning Situations

Shota Kawaguchi1, Tadashi Nishikawa1, Yoshiki Sato1, Ryo Onuma2, Hiroki Nakayama3, Shoichi Nakamura2, Youzou Miyadera1

1: Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan; 2: Fukushima University, Japan; 3: Waseda University, Japan



Development of a Web-based Support System for Object Oriented Programming Exercises with Graphics Programming

Yuya Asano, Koji Kagawa

Kagawa University, Japan

1:10pm
-
2:15pm
Lunch Day 1
2:15pm
-
3:15pm
Session 4.0: General Session
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Robin Braun, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
 

Makerspaces in Academic Education: An Exploratory Analysis and Design Framework

Hannah Fehringer, Claudia Kaar, Christian Stary

Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria; Institute of Business Informatics - Communications Engineering



Mobile Subject: M-Learning student profile

Laura Krimberg, Anna Helena Silveira Sonego, Leticia Rocha Machado, Ketia Kellen Araújo da Silva, Patricia Alejandra Behar

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil



Raspberry Pi as a Tool to Combine Different Courses Part of University Education

Nikolay Petkov Valov, Irena Marinova Valova

Ruse University, Bulgaria

Session 4.1: General Session
Location: Auditorium 3
Chair: Dr. Donald Bone, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
 

Skilled Manpower Shortage in Microelectronics: a Challenge for the French Education Microelectronics Network

Olivier Bonnaud1, Laurent Fesquet2, Ahmad Bsiesy3

1: University of Rennes 1 & GIP-CNFM, France; 2: Univ. Grenoble Alpes & CIME Nanotech; 3: Univ. Grenoble Alpes & CIME Nanotech



The Item Response Theory Model for an AI-based Adaptive Learning System

Zhen Xue

Squirrel AI Learning Inc., China, People's Republic of



Factors Influencing Plagiarism and Collusion in Programming Assignments

Mahmoud Saleh Abou Naaj1, Mirna Nachouki2, Khalid Ammar2

1: AJMAN UNIVERSITY, United Arab Emirates; 2: AJMAN UNIVERSITY, United Arab Emirates

 
3:15pm
-
4:00pm
Travel 1: Tram to the City for the tour
Location: Cathedral (Dom zu Magdeburg)
4:00pm
-
5:30pm
Touring: City Tour including Cathedral
Location: Cathedral (Dom zu Magdeburg)
5:30pm
-
7:00pm
Travel 2: Return to the hotel by Tram
7:00pm
-
9:00pm
Banquet: Conference Dinner
Location: Dorint Hotel
Date: Friday, 27/Sep/2019
9:45am
-
9:55am
Welcome 3: Welcome to day 2
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Michael A. Herzog, Magdeburg-Stendal University, Germany
Chair: Prof. Okyay Kaynak, Bogazici University, Turkey
9:55am
-
10:25am
Keynote 1: Professor Keith Bowman, Univ. of Maryland Baltimore County, US. "Changing Learner Contexts: Implications for Equity, Inclusion and Career Success"
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Okyay Kaynak, Bogazici University, Turkey
10:25am
-
10:55am
Keynote 3: Matthew W. Ohland, Purdue Univ. US. "Monitoring and improving student team experiencesMonitoring and improving student team experiences"
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Okyay Kaynak, Bogazici University, Turkey
10:55am
-
11:25am
Coffee Break 3
Location: Break room
11:25am
-
12:25pm
Session 5.0: General Session
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Dr. Tone Vold, The Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway
 

Active Learning in Mechanical Engineering Education using Innovative Software Tool Integrated in SolidWorks

Hristo Georgiev, Aleksandar Ivanov

University of Ruse, Bulgaria



Adoption of AI-Chatbots to Enhance Student Learning Experience in Higher Education in India

Nitirajsingh Sandu, Ergun Gide

CQUniversity, Australia



Implementing Online Peer-Assisted Learning for Teaching Case Study Coursework

Mohammed Abushammala

Middle East College, Oman

Session 5.1: PRASAE - 1
Location: Auditorium 3
Chair: Zuzana Kubincova, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Chair: Martin Homola, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic
 

Simulating Massive Open On-line Courses Dynamics

Filippo Sciarrone, Marco Temperini

Sapienza University, Rome, Italy, Italy



Demo Great Library

Johannetta Maria Gordijn, Bertien Broekhans

TUDelft, Netherlands, The



Analyzing Collaborative Research Projects regarding Topic, Methodology and Media

Michael Herzog1, Leonore Franz1, Elisabeth Katzlinger2, Martin Stabauer2

1: University of Applied Sciences, Magdeburg-Stendal, Germany; 2: Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria

 
12:25pm
-
1:40pm
Lunch Day 2
1:40pm
-
2:40pm
Session 6.0: General Session
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Dr. Roland van Oostveen, University of Ontario Insitute of Technology, Canada
 

Flipped Classroom Model And Immersive Learning In The Mechanical Engineering Education

Vasil Veselinov Kozov, Galina Ivanova, Aleksandar Ivanov

University of Ruse, Bulgaria



A Method to Estimate Interest of Learner Based onLeg Condition

Daigo Aikawa, Yasutaka Asai, Hironori Egi

The University of Electro-communications, Japan

Session 6.1: PRASAE - 2
Location: Auditorium 3
Chair: Martin Homola, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Chair: Zuzana Kubincova, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic
 

Improving Peer Review Quality by Grading the Best Contribution of Each Student: Educational Principle and Evaluation Design.

Maria C Busstra1, Franshelis K Garcia1, Kasper A Hettinga1, Luuk Huijgen1, Maria C Gresnigt1, Bas Hintemann2

1: Wageningen University, The Netherlands; 2: Feedbackfruits, Amsterdam, The Netherlands



Peer Assessment and Cooperative learning in Higher Education - Analysis of an Undergraduate Engineering module

Bidyut Jyoti Baruah, Anthony Ward, Noel Jackson

University of York, United Kingdom



PrESTO: A Peer Review and Peer Assessment System with Incentives for High Quality Learning

Pieter Bots, C. Els van Daalen, Sofia Dopper, Joosje Westink

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Video Presentations: Rolling Video Presentations
Location: Coffee Room
 

A Trellis for Novice AI Practitioners

James Guymon, Gordon Wilson Romney

University of San Diego, United States of America



Collaborative RFID Agent Simulation in Dynamic Environment

Jie Liu1, Zenon Chaczko1, Robin Braun1, Gudzbeler Grzegorz2

1: University of Technology, Sydney; 2: University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland



Augmented Reality to support education in Industry 4.0*

Antonio Cazzolla, Rosa Lanzilotti, Teresa Roselli, Veronica Rossano

Department of computer science - University of bari, Italy



Curriculum for Hands-on Artificial Intelligence Cybersecurity

Gordon Wilson Romney1, James Guymon1, Miles D. Romney2, Dennis A. Carlson1

1: University of San Diego, United States of America; 2: eVisit Inc., United States of America



Data Visualisation of Complex Adaptive Systems

Satyendra Sinha, Zenon Chaczko

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

2:40pm
-
3:10pm
Coffee Break 4
Location: Break room
3:10pm
-
4:30pm
Session 7.0: General Session
Location: Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Robin Braun, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
 

Equilibrium-Based Voting : A Strategy for Electing Service Providers in P2P E-Learning

Shereif Eid1, Gábor Kismihók1, Stefan T. Mol2

1: Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology (TIB), Germany; 2: Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam



Evaluation Of A Re-Designed Introductory Course "Programming In C" With Video Support

Katharina Zeuch, Volker Skwarek, Sascha Kaven

Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Session 7.1: ITHET 2019
Location: Auditorium 3
Chair: Dr. Bidyut Jyoti Baruah, University of York, United Kingdom
 

How Educators Design Group Learning Scenarios in Higher Education?

Edmar Welington Oliveira1, Marcos Roberto da Silva Borges2

1: Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil; 2: Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



Introducing the Global Educational Learning Observatory (GELO) and the Global Readiness Explorer (GREx): A framework and dashboard to investigate tech competence and culture

Roland vanOostveen1, Elizabeth Childs2, Wendy Barber1, Maurice DiGiuseppe1, Christian Desjardins3, Jennifer Percival4

1: University of Ontario Insitute of Technology, Canada; 2: Royal Roads University, Canada; 3: Ictinus Inc., Canada; 4: University of Massechusetts Lowell, USA



Self-assessment As Tool For Quality Management Of Educational Institution InTechnology-rich Environment

Tatiana Corejova, Maria Rostasova, Roman Chinoracky

University of Zilina, Slovak Republic



Technology-facilitated Socialised Learning in A Flipped Classroom: Towards A Conceptual Framework

Hanyuning LIN, Mathew Pryor

The University of Hong Kong

 
4:30pm
-
5:00pm
Prizes and Good Bye
Location: Auditorium 2

 
Contact and Legal Notice · Contact Address:
Privacy Statement · Conference: ITHET 2019
Conference Software - ConfTool Pro 2.6.128+TC
© 2001 - 2019 by Dr. H. Weinreich, Hamburg, Germany