PhD Symposium Timisoara 2020
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The EDEN 2020 PhD Symposium Timisoara will be organized as a virtual event.
The Symposium is co-organized by Politehnica University of Timisoara and EDEN.
The members of the PhD Symposium Committee are:
Josep M Duart, EDEN Vice-president for research, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain
- Airina Volungeviciene, EDEN President, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
- Alan Tait, Professor Emeritus of Distance Education and Development, The Open University, UK
- Wim Van Petegem, K.U. Leuven, Belgium
- Sarah Guri-Rosenblit, The Open University of Israel, Israel
- Albert Sangra, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain
- Radu Vasiu, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania
The PhD Student Symposium aims at fostering the exchange of experiences and knowledge among doctoral students doing research in the broad area of the conference’s theme: “Human and artificial intelligence for the society of the future – Inspiring digital education for the next STE(A)M student generation”, while providing a discussion forum for the advancement of doctoral research.
The Student Symposium will be supported by a panel of international scholars of education and supported by the community of EDEN Fellows.
The aims of the PhD Student Symposium are to:
- Create a community for intellectual exchange and support among doctoral students researching in the area of e-learning and support for learning.
- Provide practical (peer) feedback on research topics, specific problems or concerns about students’ research.
- Create an opportunity to receive feedback on research topics, problems and concerns from international experts in e-learning research and experienced supervisors.
|#||Authors||Title||Session||Time||Panel of Experts|
|26||Francesca Amenduni, Roma Tre University, Italy||ASSESSING CRITICAL THINKING IN OPEN-ENDED ANSWERS: THE AUTOMATIZATION CHALLENGE||C4||11:30 – 13:00||Airina Volungeviciene, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
Alfredo Soeiro, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Portugal
Vladimir Cretu, University Politehnica Timisoara, Romania
|54||Linnéa Carlsson, University West, Sweden||The discrepancy between vision and mission in the context of digitalization: a management perspective||C4||11:30 – 13:00|
|69||Anjaneyulu Jinugu, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, India||Usage of Big data in Official Statistics||C4||11:30 – 13:00|
|95||Victor Holotescu, University Politehnica Timisoara, Romania||BLOCKCHAIN ECOSYSTEM FOR DECENTRALIZED EDUCATION||C4||11:30 – 13:00|
Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
|Digital Assessment Strategies for Learning Orient Assessment||D4||14:00 – 15:30||Wim van Petegem, KU Leuven, Belgium
Sarah Guri Rosenblit, Open Unisversity, Israel
Radu Vasiu, University Politehnica Timisoara, Romania
|39||Irmantas Adomaitis, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania||Collaboration in e-learning Environments: Impact on Education Process||D4||14:00 – 15:30|
|43||Antonella Giacosa, Department of Foreign Languages, University of Turin, Italy||Online Emergency Pedagogy and Students’ Perceptions. A Comparative Study on Teaching and Learning English at University during the Coronavirus Outbreak||D4||14:00 – 15:30|
|45||Leila Ribeiro, Amélia Veiga, FACULDADE DE PSICOLOGIA E CIÊNCIA DA EDUCAÇÃO UNIVERSIDADE DO PORTO, Portugal, and Alfredo Soeiro, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Portugal||Regulation of Distance Higher Education In Portugal||D4||14:00 – 15:30|
|25||Felix Kwihangana, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom||Preservice Teachers’ Digital Identity Development for Technology Enhanced Learning in an Under-resourced Context||E4||16:00 – 17:30||Elena Caldirola, University of Pavia, Italy
Wim van Petegem, KU Leuven, Belgium
Lacramioara Stoicu-Tivadar, University Politehnica Timisoara, Romania
|37||Mahmoud Hawamdeh, Near East University, Cyprus||Cultivating Digital Citizenship by Creating an Effective Roadmap for New Generation of Distance Learning||E4||16:00 – 17:30|
|66||Ramon Gutierrez, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain||How Interactivity and Advocacy Facilitate Customer Value Co-creation Behaviour in Instagram: a Micro-perspective of Unplanned, Voluntary Usage of Hedonic Social Network Sites||E4||16:00 – 17:30|
|94||Oana Alexandr Rotaru, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania||Interactivity and Usability for Creative Industries Applications||E4||16:00 – 17:30|
Current doctoral students in the field of e-learning or educational technology are encouraged to submit short abstracts to present an overview of their research at the PhD Student Symposium. Proposals related to the conference theme topics are especially welcomed. We do encourage to reflect upon how your research may contribute to one of the conference theme topics.
PhD students are currently engaged in doctoral research, i.e. have had their research proposals approved but have not yet defended their thesis. Priority will be given to students who already have collected data.
The abstract should be in English and contain:
- a 300-350-word description of the state of their research (including research title, research objectives/questions and methodology) and
- a problem they would like to address in the symposium.
PhD students are invited to submit abstracts using this form. The panel of international experts will review the abstracts and select students to participate. Notification on the results and PhD students invited to present will be sent by 25 May. Authors will need to prepare a short presentation (between 5-10 slides) for the symposium.
There is no fee for the PhD Symposium. Students will enjoy FREE 2020 Conference pass, but need to be registered.
Symposium presenters will receive a certificate.
The language of the symposium is English.
The selected students will give a brief presentation (between 5-10 slides) which can include one or two questions for the expert panel and/or other students. The presentation is limited to maximum of 10 minutes. At the end of each presentation, there will be a group discussion, approximately 15-20 minutes per presentation, to comment, discuss the questions raised and/or offer research advice.
The PhD Student Symposium is an open-invitation event for all PhD students and their supervisors working in the field of e-learning or educational technology. It is aimed at current doctoral students enrolled in any university, both full-time and part-time. We encourage you to take this opportunity to network with fellow researchers, discuss your research, and receive feedback from international experts and your peers.
All applications must be sent via this form. The list of successful applicants and the final programme will be made public after 2 June 2020.
Please use this template when submitting your application.
In addition to submitting an application to the PhD Symposium, PhD students are also welcome to send submissions to the Annual Conference.
The PhD Symposium Call for Contributions is closed.
Notification of acceptance: 25 May 2020
Confirmation by presenters: 30 May 2020
Publication of PhD Student Symposium programme: 2 June 2020
Submission of participant presentations: 2 June 2020
|WELCOME AND OPENING|
|10:30 – 10:45||Plenary Session Welcome from EDEN President and EDEN PhD Symposium Committee Chair Introduction of experts panels; explanation of themes, symposium programme and rooms|
|10:45-12:15||Thematic Parallel Sessions|
|SESSION A||SESSION B|
A1 Student presentation|
B1 Student presentation|
A2 Student presentation|
B2 Student presentation|
A3 Student presentation|
B3 Student presentation|
|13:15-15:15||Thematic parallel sessions|
A4 Student presentation|
B4 Student presentation|
A5 Student presentation|
B5 Student presentation|
A6 Student presentation|
B6 Student presentation|
A7 Student presentation|
|15:15-16:00||Plenary session: final remarks, lessons learned and closure|
More information about EDEN PhD Symposium is here.