will be held virtually on the 6th and 7th of July.
A selection of keynote speeches
will be delivered online by world-leading inspiring speakers and trainers.
In addition to the live activities, participants will have access to the Technical Program that will contain presentations, poster and videos, classified by topics, that will be available on-demand during and after the conference.
A truly international event
EDULEARN will bring together participants from more than 70 different countries in an engaging virtual environment.
This international forum will provide authors the opportunity for all to share and present their contributions (abstract, paper and presentations), get feedback from other attendees, and contribute to EDULEARN20 Proceedings.
Additionally, participants will have the option to join in a selection of online events. You can have more information here.
Each registered participant will receive the conference package (Proceedings, author/participation certificates and conference material) by courier (DHL) after the conference.
will be produced with all the accepted abstracts and papers.
EDULEARN20 Publication will provide our community with a database of innovation projects in Education and Technology, and an overview of the current situation of education around the globe.
All accepted contributions will be included in the IATED Digital Library
to form part of our database of innovative projects in Education and Technology.
This publication will be submitted for evaluation for its inclusion in Web of Science
(Conference Proceedings Citation Index) as it has been annually done since 2010.
Additionally, IATED is a member of Crossref, a not-for-profit membership organization for scholarly publishing working to make content easy to find, link, cite and assess. Due to this partnership, each published paper in EDULEARN20 Proceedings
will be assigned a DOI number (Digital Object Identifiers) for its easy citation and indexation.
Thank you for your interest in EDULEARN20.
We look forward to your participation.
Eric Mazur at the EDULEARN18 Plenary Session