EDULEARN21 the 13th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies was virtually held on 5th - 6th of July, 2021.
Title: EDULEARN21 Proceedings
ISBN: 978-84-09-31267-2 / ISSN: 2340-1117
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EDULEARN21 Conference Proceedings contain selected and revised papers from the 13th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies that was virtually held on 5th - 6th of July, 2021.
EDULEARN is an annual international education conference for lecturers, researchers, technologists and professionals from the educational sector. It is a meeting point where experts from all over the world get together to present their projects and share their knowledge on teaching and learning methodologies and educational innovations.
EDULEARN also aims to offer a platform for international strategic networking, where experts present their innovations and projects on education and technology. The main objective of EDULEARN is to promote and disseminate experiences and innovations in Education and Research in all educational areas and disciplines.
EDULEARN21 focussed on education and educational research methodologies and experiences, as well as new learning technologies. The topic areas addressed included COVID19: Distance Learning in Times of Crisis, Experiences in Education, Curriculum Design, Pedagogical Innovations in Education, Career Development and Training, Experiences in Educational Research, Collaboration Projects and Networks, Impact of Education on Development, 21st Century Skills, e-Learning, Computer Supported Collaboration, Emerging Technologies in Education, Educational Software & Serious Games, E-content Management and Development.
Since 2009, EDULEARN conference has been annually held in-person. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions in the participants’ countries, it was finally held online. Despite its virtual format, the conference counted with the participation of delegates from more than 71 different countries, and all continents were represented.
In addition, invited international experts from across the world delivered different keynote speeches, plenary sessions and workshops (videos available at IATED Talks):
Justin Reich - MIT (USA)
Barbara Wasson. Barbara Wasson - University of Bergen (Norway)
Cristobal Cobo - Senior Education Specialist (Chile)
Ronald A. Beghetto - Arizona State University (USA)
Meagan Fallone - Barefoot College International (India)
EDULEARN21 also provided many different networking activities where participants shared and discussed different education perspectives, including teaching, and learning in COVID-19 times.
The International Program Committee consisted of members coming from many different countries and all continents. We thank the programme committee members who conducted a blind peer review process to guarantee the quality of the presentations and contributions. A meticulous job in selecting papers for publication was conducted and the following points were evaluated: information content, general structure, relevance, originality, relation to the conference topics and disciplines. The language of the publication was exclusively English.
Moreover, IATED aims to publish conference proceedings that contain original research articles of high quality meeting the expected ethical standards. Authors publishing in EDULEARN21 have to sign the IATED copyright transfer form. IATED shall guarantee the high technical and professional quality of the publications and that good practice and ethical standards are maintained. More information about the publication ethics of IATED is available at: https://iated.org/publication_ethics
Finally, we wish to thank all members, participants and delegates who were actively involved in this EDULEARN conference and who supported it to make it possible again, specially, during the difficult COVID times.
|Abraham Cerveró Carrascosa||Florida Universitària||SPAIN|
|Alexander Mikroyannidis||The Open University||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Aline Grunewald Nichele||Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Rio Grande do Sul||BRAZIL|
|Ana Lucas||Universidade Europeia / Laureate International Universities||PORTUGAL|
|Ana Paula Lopes||Polytechnic Institute of Oporto||PORTUGAL|
|Anamarija Štefić||Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek||CROATIA|
|Andrew Youde||The University of Huddersfield||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Asako Ohno||Osaka Sangyo University||JAPAN|
|Bob Barrett||American Public University||UNITED STATES|
|Boza Tasic||Ryerson University||CANADA|
|Bozena Mannova||Czech Technical University in Prague||CZECH REPUBLIC|
|Chang-Tik Chan||Monash University Malaysia||MALAYSIA|
|Chiew Hong Ng||National Institute of Education||SINGAPORE|
|Elena Savova||University of Library Studies and Information Technologies||BULGARIA|
|Eulalia Tramuns||Escola Horitzó in Barcelona||SPAIN|
|Fausto Brevi||Politecnico di Milano||ITALY|
|Filomena Soares||Polytechnic of Porto||PORTUGAL|
|Hanna-Riitta Kymäläinen||University of Helsinki||FINLAND|
|Helen Reddy||University of Nottingham||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Iolie Nicolaidou||Cyprus University of Technology||CYPRUS|
|Jacqueline Baxter||The Open University||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Jana Bérešová||University of Trnava||SLOVAKIA|
|Jane Davies||University of Nottingham||MALAYSIA|
|Jorge García Hernández||Universitat Politèncina de Valencia||SPAIN|
|Kathleen O'Sullivan||University College Cork||IRELAND|
|Laura Zizka||Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne / HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland||SWITZERLAND|
|Leonor Silva de Mattos||University of Hertfordshire||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Louise Robson||University of Sheffield||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Manuel Gericota||Polytechnic of Porto||PORTUGAL|
|Maria Luisa Spreafico||Politecnico di Torino||ITALY|
|Maria Susy Rogers||The University of South Wales||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Marion Milton||Unviersity of Notre Dame||AUSTRALIA|
|Martina Bode||University of Illinois at Chicago||UNITED STATES|
|Michelle Flood||Royal College of Surgeons||IRELAND|
|Monika Jakubiak||Maria Curie-Sklodowska University||POLAND|
|Nathalie Wessseling||Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences||NETHERLANDS|
|Polona Gradišek||University of Ljubljana||SLOVENIA|
|Rebecca Allen||University of Cincinnati||UNITED STATES|
|Sean Lancastle||University of Bristol||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Siobhan O'Sullivan||Khalifa University in Medical Education||UNITED ARAB EMIRATES|
|Suzy Connor||Kyushu University||JAPAN|
|Teemu Patala||Context Learning Finland Oy||FINLAND|
|Teresa Cardoso||Universidade Aberta, LE@D||PORTUGAL|
|Thomas Rachfall||Hochschule Merseburg||GERMANY|
|Tunde Szecsi||Florida Gulf Coast University||UNITED STATES|
|Victor Fester||University of Waikato||NEW ZEALAND|
|Victoria Brennan||Liverpool John Moores University||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Wayne Bailey||The University of Huddersfield||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Wendy Gorton||EdTechTeam||UNITED STATES|
Keynote Speeches: (click to navigate to IATED Talks page)