ECEL Future and Past

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Hosted by:

University of Brighton, UK
Varley Park Conference Centre and Halls of Residence
Coldean Lane
Brighton BN1 9GR

27 ‚Äď 28 October 2022

Proceedings

The Electronic Proceedings from ECEL are included in your registration and are available to download for conference participants.  They are also available to purchase:

      • Printed Version - ¬£55 plus Postage and Packaging

Purchase Proceedings from previous ECEL Conferences

Winners at ECEL 2022

PhD Winner

Exploring Augmented Reality Affordances for Media Literacy in the EFL Context
Chrysoula Lazou and Avgoustos Tsinakos, International Hellenic University, Greece

Best Poster

A Case Study into the Application of Online Self-Testing in Higher Education
Liesbeth Coppens, Karin Coninx and Katrien Struyven, Hasselt University, Diepenbeek Belgium

Competition Winners

Competition Winners

1st place
open.uom.lk: A Free Online Knowledge Sharing Platform
Vishaka Nanayakkara, Buddhika Karunarathne, Malik Ranasinghe, Amal Shehan Perera, Gayashan Amarasinghe, Sandareka Wickramanayake, Supunmali Ahangama, Kulani Mahadewa, Chathuranga Hettiarachchi, University of Moratuwa, Katubedda, Sri Lanka and Hasith Yaggahavita, 99x Technology, Colombo, Sri Lanka (V)

2nd place
Capsule: Supporting UK Undergraduate Medical Education
Nadia Mahmood, Chee Yeen Fung, Tim Vincent, Juliet Wright, Amir H. Sam, Malcolm Reed, Dawn Hanna, Peter Dennis, David C. Howlett (P)

3rd place
Using e-Learning to Support Entrepreneurs at a Time of Crisis: A South African perspective
Sweta Patnaik and Shamil Isaacs, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa (P)

 

Conference Executives

Conference Chair: Dr Panagiotis Fotaris, University of Brighton
Programme Chair: Dr Andrew Blake, University of Brighton

 Key Note Speakers:   

Phil Ashford
Developing Augmented and Virtual Reality in Training Adults from Underrepresented Groups

 Liz Cable
Broken Games for Learning

Message of Thanks

We extend our thanks to all participants at the conference, both presenters and attendees and gratefully acknowledge the support of University of Brighton, UK along with assistance provided by the Conference and Programme Chairs and keynote speakers. The stream and mini track chairs are to be applauded for their efforts in ensuring that timekeeping requirements were respected by all participants and the chair and discussants of the PhD Colloquium are thanked for their invaluable contribution to this important part of the conference. Finally, we value and unreservedly acknowledge the essential role performed by the executive and programme committees in respect of the double blind review process.

We trust that the overall the conference exceeded your expectations; we welcome your feedback.

Previous ECEL Conferences


ECEL 2021

Hosted by:

University of Applied Sciences
Hochschule f√ľr Technik und Wirtschaft
Berlin (HTW) Berlin Research and Training Center for Culture and Computer Science (FKI) Wilhelminenhofstr. 75A
12459 Berlin Germany
Tel: +49 (0)30 5019 0

28 - 29 October 2021

Conference Executives

Conference Co-Chairs:               
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Carsten Busch, HTW Berlin, Germany
Prof. Dr. Tilo Wendler, HTW Berlin, Germany

Programme Chair: 
Martin Steinicke, HTW Berlin, Germany

Key Note Speakers:   
Dr. Dan Remenyi
University of the Future

Professor Shawren Singh
Reflecting on Higher Education Examinations

Winners at ECEL 2021

PhD Certificates of Merit

Playful Online Learning Environments Promote Student Teachers' Renegotiation of the Learner Roles
Vici Daphne Händel and Mie Buhl, Aalborg University, Denmark

Towards a Framework for Teaching Secure Coding Practices to Programming Students
Vuyolwethu Mdunyelwa, Lynn Futcher, Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa and Johan van Niekerk, Noroff University College, Norway

Expansive Learning During Pandemic Teaching: Collaborative Digital Textbooks in Secondary Biology Courses
Kristi Nourie, University of Cambridge, UK

Masters Certificate of Merit

Studying the Impact of Gamification on Motivation in Remote Programming Education
Lauren Scott and Nick Dalton, Northumbria University, UK

Best Poster

RegioDiff: Digitally fostering reading and regional competencies in Grade 4 students
Lisa Paleczek, University of Graz, Austria, Katharina Prinz, Jessica Berger, Daniela Ender and David Wohlhart, Private University College of the Diocese Graz, Austria and Lorenz Kern, Wohlhart Lernsoftware, Graz, Austria

 

 

Competition Winners

e-Learning Awards

1st place

Web-Based Dementia Care Partner Education using the iGeriCare Platform
Anthony J. Levinson, Stephanie Ayers, Lori Mosca, Alexandra Papaioannou, Sharon Marr and Richard Sztramko

2nd place

Professional Learning for Online Education
Orna Farrell, James Brunton, Catriona Ni She and Eamon Costello

3rd place

Health, Safety and Digital Engagement for Study Abroad
Kate de Blanc, Caroline Kapp, Shannon Krahn and Yeana Lam

ECEL 2020

Hosted by:

University of Applied Sciences
Hochschule f√ľr Technik und Wirtschaft
Berlin (HTW) Berlin Research and Training Center for Culture and Computer Science (FKI) Wilhelminenhofstr. 75A
12459 Berlin Germany
Tel: +49 (0)30 5019 0

28 - 30 October 2020

Winners at ECEL 2020

Best PhD Paper

Re-examining the Theory of Transactional Distance Through the Narratives of Postgraduate Online Distance Learners
Stapleford Katharine and Kyungmee Lee, Lancaster University, UK

Joint Poster Winners

How to Produce and Aquire Regional KNowledge Digitally and in Print: Conceptualisation of the RegioDiff-Project
Paleczek Lisa, University of Graz, Austria

Monsters in the Classroom? How to promote gamification readiness of educators
Fischer Helge, Corinna Lehmann, Matthias Heinz, TU Dresden, Germany

Competition Winners

1st place

Lab/Skill based learning under COVID-19
Ekkehard Altenburger, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong SAR

Joint Runners-Up

Learning to Improve Quality of Teacher Education: Collaboration in Digital Infrastructure, Data and Visualisation
Michele Haynes, Claire Wyatt-Smith, Andrew Smith, Alex Chen, Melanie Spallek, Chantelle Day and Lenore Adie, Australian Catholic University

 V-PAL (Video-based Peer Practice among Language Teachers)
Anne Charlotte Petersen, VIFIN, Denmark Nicolai Seest, & Learning, Lucas Lundbye Cone, Aarhus University and Eva Heesen, AEWB

Conference Executives

Conference Co-Chairs:   
Mie¬†Buhl,¬†Bente¬†Meyer¬†and Rikke¬†√ėrngreen,¬†Aalborg University Copenhagen.

Key Note Speakers:
Dr Anthony 'Skip' Basiel
An Interactive Exploration of Higher Education (HE) Pedagogy Using Game Design Features and Technologies: Towards Next Generation Webinar Learning.

Mie Buhl, Bente Meyer¬†and¬†Rikke √ėrngreen,¬†Aalborg University Copenhagen.
Does IT work? Investigating factors at play in e-learning research.

ECEL 2019

Hosted by:

Aalborg Universitet K√łbenhavn
A.C. Meyers Vænge 15 2450
Copenhagen SV
Denmark

7 -8 November 2019

Winners at ECEL 2019

Poster Winner

Blended Learning Sessions to Improve Job Interview Skills
Michiko Toyama and Yoshitaka Yamazaki

Competition Winners

1st Place:
Transforming Professional Learning with Mobile Technologies
Kevin Burden, Matthew Kearney and Sandy Schuck 

2nd Place:
Team Up!: The use of Student Teams in Online or Large Hybrid  Classes Improves Course Outcomes
Melody Neumann

3rd Place:
YoTeach! A Backchannel Chat App with Machine Learning for Symbol and Math Handwriting Recognition for use in STEM and non-STEM Subjects
Fridolin Sze Thou Ting, Ronnie H. Shroff, Wai Hung Lam and Lok Won

Conference Executives

Conference Co-Chairs:   
Mie¬†Buhl,¬†Bente¬†Meyer¬†and Rikke¬†√ėrngreen,¬†Aalborg University Copenhagen.

Key Note Speakers:
Dr Anthony 'Skip' Basiel
An Interactive Exploration of Higher Education (HE) Pedagogy Using Game Design Features and Technologies: Towards Next Generation Webinar Learning.

Mie Buhl, Bente Meyer¬†and¬†Rikke √ėrngreen,¬†Aalborg University Copenhagen.
Does IT work? Investigating factors at play in e-learning research.

ECEL 2018

Hosted by:

University of West Attica
Athens, Greece

1 - 2 November 2018

Winners at ECEL 2018

PhD Winner:
Computational Thinking and Online Learning: A Systematic Literature Review
Colette Kirwan, Eamon Costello and Enda Donlon, Dublin City University, Ireland

Poster Winner:
Digital Badges: Achievement-based recognition beyond assessment
Zian Ser, Tan and Nurhanim Hassan, Taylor's University, Malaysia

e-Learning Awards

1st place:
Fashion Students Choose how to Learn
Michaella Cavanagh, Durban University of Technology, South Africa

2nd place:
Presentation inControl (iControl)
Lew Sook Ling, et al., Multimedia University, Malaysia

3rd place:
 
Live-Teaching and Live-Learning with alfaview¬ģ: Creating  an Economical, Ecological and Social Shift with Live e-Learning
Nico  Fostirpoulos, Vaia Rapti and Armin Schweinfurth, alfatraining, Germany 

Conference Executives

Conference Chair/Co-Chairs:    
Prof. Klimis Ntalianis, Athens University of Applied Sciences

Programme Co-Chairs
Prof. Antonios Andreatos, Hellenic Air Force Academy and Prof (Mrs) Cleo Sgouropoulou, Athens University of Applied Sciences

Key Note Speakers:
Prof. Michalis Xenos, University of Patras
Everything is blended learning

Dr. Anastassios (Tassos) Mikropoulos, University of Ioannina
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Prof. Dr. Carlos Delgado Kloos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
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ECEL 2017

Hosted by:

Porto Accounting and Business School (ISCAP)
Porto, Portugal

26 - 27 October 2017

Winners at ECEL 2017

Best PhD Paper :
Engagement Driven Massive Online Learning Environment: A Heutagogy-Based MOOC (hMOOC)
Nikoletta Agon√°cs and Jo√£o Filipe Matos, University of Lisbon, Portugal

Best Poster:
Videos & Learning Strategies ‚Äď Screencasts as Participatory Tools in Study
Jacob Christensen , Miloud Yousfi, Michael Jensen and Henriette Vognsgaard, University College Lillebaelt, Denmark and Bente Meyer, Aalborg University, Denmark

Competition Winners

1st Place:
Online Experiential Learning: Bringing the Complexities of the Courtroom to the Classroom
Karen Miner-Romanoff

2nd Place
The Global Teenager Project: from Learner to Leader.
Bob Hofman, Manon van Herwijnen, Anita Townsend, Lisa-Marie Colllimore, Dwayne Pare and Steve Joordens

3rd Place:
Supporting Student Projects Through Feedback from Transnational Peers and Industry Experts in a Mixed-Reality Immersive Environment
Sasha Nikolic, Christian H.Ritz and Peter J. Vial