Dear EDEN Members, Partners, Friends,
We are pleased to invite you to join the 29th EDEN 2020 Annual Virtual Conference on 21-24 June.
The conference will be hosted by the Politehnica University, Timisoara, Romania.
Registration for the Conference is open, you can sign up by clicking HERE.
Conference submissions are still welcome: the Call for Contributions remains open throughout May, which applies to the PhD Symposium as well.
The Conference will be carried out with online presentations using an online platform.
The panel of distinguished keynote speakers has been updated.
Deputy Head of Unit “Innovation and EIT” and Project Team leader of the “Digital Education Action Plan update” at the European Commission
Jesus G. Boticario
Full Professor (CS. and Artificial Intelligence) at the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), who will give his presentation on the topic “Massive Deployment of Artificial Intelligence at Higher Education Institutions”.
Prof. Demetrios Sampson
Professor, Department of Digital Systems, University of Piraeus.
Demetrios Sampson is engaged in teaching and research in the field of Learning Technologies and Digital Learning since 1996. He is the co-author of 350 articles in scientific books, journals, and conferences, and the editor of 15 books, 35 special issues in academic journals and 40 international conference proceedings, with more than 6000 citations.
CEO, Moodle, Australia.
Martin Dougiamas is the founder and CEO of the open-source Moodle software project launched in 1999. He continues to guide and grow the enterprise with the support of 80 employees globally and two major offices in Perth, Australia and Barcelona, Spain.
Prof. Denise Whitelock
Interim Director for the Institute of Educational Technology at The Open University..
Professor Denise Whitelock is the interim Director for the Institute of Educational Technology at The Open University. She is a Professor of Technology Enhanced Learning and has over twenty-five years’ experience in Artificial Intelligence for designing, researching and evaluating online and computer-based learning in Higher Education.
You are also welcomed at the acclaimed,
traditional sections at the Conference such as Plenary sessions, Oxford debate,
Workshops, Posters, Demonstrations, the Synergy brainstorming and the PhD
The syllabus will be rooted in the experiences of EDEN’s currently running, successful webinar series: Education in time of a pandemic. #onlinetogether#covid19.
Conference fees are kept reasonably low and young scholars can apply for waived fees.
The double-blind peer reviewed papers will be published in the electronic Conference Proceedings with ISSN, discovered and linked by Google and Google Scholar, Alma (ProQuest), EBSCO Discovery Services (EDS), with further indexing via the Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL).
We look forward to see you online on 21-24 June!
Please, address the EDEN Secretariat with any further request for information and assistance.