COVID-19 has accelerated the shift to blended or fully online learning environments, enforcing educational institutions to embrace technology and offer their students an online or at least blended learning experience. A large amount of data accessible through different learning environments has been analysed and used to drive future strategies of education. This workshop aims to explore the consequences of emergency remote teaching and learning as well as to tackle the new approaches in creating learning environments that should be smarter, more inclusive, involve emerging technologies that will boost digital skills of students and bring them more personalised experience.
- Digital transformation of educational institutions: digital strategies, quality assurance, models and frameworks, supporting teachers and learners
- Trends and issues in education: emergency remote teaching and learning, development of teachers’ and students’ 21st century skills, diversity issues, digital divide, innovative assessment approaches
- High-performing personalized learning environments: using big data, learning analytics, artificial intelligence, wearables, and student modelling to create smart and inclusive learning environments for blended and online learning
- Learning strategies for smart learning environments: activity driven design, instructional design, learning design, gamification, immediate and personalized feedback starting from an early age
- Emerging technologies in education: flipped classroom, augmented reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, BYOD, new platforms for skills development
Submission deadline – June 30, 2022
Notification of acceptance – July 15, 2022
Early bird registration – July 25, 2022
Registration deadline – September 7, 2022
Conference dates – September 19-20, 2022
All papers and posters should be submitted through the Conference Management System.