ICEM 2017 Conference, Naples, Italy

The 2017 ICEM conference took place in the beauteous city of Naples, and was hosted by our friends at the Universita di Napoli Federico II. The conference was one of the most memorable events ICEM members have had the good fortune to experience. It was the high level of professionalism with which it was organized and the personal attention received by all of the ICEM delegates that made such an indelible impression on us all.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

08:30 CEST
Workshop Registration

09:00 CEST
WS1: Designing for Flipped Teaching and Learning: Leveraging the Potential of Learning Analytics and Gamification in MOOCs / Maka Eradze • Alessandra Antonaci • Roland Klemke

WS2: Learning in Clouds. Fusion 360 case study / Anna Grabowska • Łukasz Bolewski • Anna Czaja • Tomasz Kocejko • Ewa Kozłowska • Paulina Palasz

WS4: Achieving the Pedagogic Potential of Video for online learning. 1. Powerful Teaching/Learning Roles for Video / Jack Koumi

WS5: Live Mobile Video Production with iOS – A Production Studio in Your Backpack. Producing Video Content with iOS Devices for Remote Learners. / Otto Benavides • Oliver Breidenbach • John Ittelson • Michael Slade

WS3: Co-creating the future of MOOCs using the art of disruption (all day) / Yannis Angelis

12:00 CEST
WS6: Engagement and Sense of Community in University MOOCs. Platforms, instruments and methods to improve students performance and reduce dropout / Alessandro Bogliolo • Saverio Delpriori • Lorenz Cuno Klopfenstein • Brendan Paolini

WS7: Let’s Vlog! Explore this new way of storytelling in online education / Sanne Mirck • Nick Rensen • Lisanne Teunissen

WS8: Catching the Wave or Drowning in the Surf? Production Efficiency, Quality, and Pedagogical Value of Video Teaching. / Kine Dorum • Terje Bergli • Mark Stenersen

WS9: Play adventure games in a class / Francesco M. Sacerdoti • Sabina Maraffi

13:30 CEST
Lunch Break

15:00 CEST
WS10: Scriptwriting support for educational videos / Monique Snijder

WS11: Open Education, MOOCs and Digital Library in Italy as learning incubators. A Workshop to design lifelong learning with Open Education / Anna Maria Tammaro • Fabio Nascimbeni • Eleonora Pantò • Rosanna De Rosa

WS13: Temporal Participation Patterns in the Discussion Forums of Massive Open Online Courses / Hengtao Tang • Nicole Wang • Wanli Xing

WS3: Co-creating the future of MOOCs using the art of disruption (all day) / Yannis Angelis

WS12: Achieving the Pedagogic Potential of Video for online learning. 2. Pedagogic Design Principles for Video / Jack Koumi

16:30 CEST
WS14: Virtual and Augmented Reality in Education / Leontine van Melle • Thomas Ginn • Thomas Hurkxkens

WS15: How The inclusion of students with disability into University has changed after 17 years: The experience in the University of Naples / Alessandro Pepino • Gennaro Sicignano

WS16: Gaming Horizons. Exploring the impact of games and gamification on learning and society /Marcello Passarelli • Donatella Persico • Francesca Dagnino

Thursday, September 21, 2017

08:30 CEST
Conference Registration

09:30 CEST
Opening session
Institutional Authorities / Otto Benavides

10:30 CEST
Anant Agarwal • Mauro Calise

11:30 CEST
Coffee Break

12:00 CEST
S1: Credentialing: design, assessment and recognition

Jean-Yves Plantec (INSA Toulouse), Mario Calabrese (INSA Rouen): Going beyond MOOCS with the first modular online bachelor in connected objects

Elena Caldirola (University of Pavia), Francesco Svelto (University of Pavia): Making knowledge accessible anytime and anywhere. The MOOCs experience of the University of Pavia

Mairéad Nic Giolla Mhichíl (Dublin City University), Mark Brown (National Institute for Digital Learning, Dublin City University): MOOC Myths and Institutions? Implementation, Observations, Predictions and Hype

Eva Dobozy, Bridget Tombleson, Nigel de Bussy, Katharina Wolf (Curtin University): Transmedia MOOC-ing: Breaking with tradition, for-credit MOOC design

S2: Collaborative learning communities

Cengiz Hakan Aydin (Anadolu University): Analysis of MicroBlogging Posts on MOOCs

Toru Fujimoto, Ai Takahama, Yu Ara, Yuri Isshiki, Kae Nakaya, Yuhei Yamauchi (The University of Tokyo): Designing a MOOC as an Online Community to Encourage International Students to Studying Abroad

Raffaele Guarasci, Alessandro Maisto, Iolanda Sara Iannotta, Pierluigi Vitale, Annibale Elia (University of Salerno): Educational Topics. A multidisciplinary analysis in the online communities

Patricia Huion (UCLL): I am like ‘I am, I’m not’: Witness stories as a support-gathering tool

S3: MOOCs and online learning for K12

Daniela Cuccurullo (ITT Giordani Striano), Letizia Cinganotto (INDIRE): Digital culture, personal learning environments and learning networks in higher education

Björn-Olav Dozo, Jeff Van de Poel, Valérie Centi, Daniel Delbrassine, Vincianne D’Anna, Éric Haubruge (University of Liège): Continuing education with MOOCs: the case of children’s literature in French-speaking world

Maria José Loureiro (University of Aveiro), Filipe T. Moreira (University of Aveiro): Introduction to computational thinking with MI-GO – a friendly robot

13:30 CEST

15:00 CEST
S4: Learning data in online environments

Cristina Davino, Maddalena Molaro (University of Naples Federico II): MOOC learning analytics through an integrated and multivariate approach

Eva Dobozy (Curtin University), David Gibson (Curtin University), Dirk Ifenthaler (University of Mannheim): The synergetic relationship between learning design and learning analytics. A case example

Pia Masiero, Nicola Sanavio (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice): Two Years of Moocs at Ca’ Foscari: An Analytical Perspective

Emmanuel Zilberberg (ESCP Europe): Creating and using learning analytics and synthetics on the fly during large synchronous sessions

S5: Designing videos: formats, pedagogy and impact

Kerstin Liesegang (University of Kaiserslautern – Technische Universität): Can interactive videos help us acquire knowledge? Crafting video quizzes for the Kaiserslauterer Open Online Course

Jeanine Reutemann (Leiden University, Centre for Innovation): To Tease Somebody ? Significant Differences Between Advertised Educational Course Videos and Lecture Videos

Jean-François Van de Poel, Pierre Martin, Thibault Crépin, Samuel Harcq, Dominique Verpoorten (University of Liège): Designing MOOCs videos – A prompt for teachers and advisers’ pedagogical development?

Julie-Ann Sime, Chrysoula Themelis (Lancaster University): ViLi project -Visual experiential learning in MOOCS. Going visual in online education: A study of visual literacies in Higher Education and vocational training.

SS1: The changing faces of educational environments

Pablo Achard (Université de Genève): Massive Open Online Research Exercises

Rory McGreal (Athabasca University): Why Open Educational Resources are essential for MOOCs. From digital locks to licences

Susanna Sancassani, Paolo Marenghi, Daniela Casiraghi (Politecnico di Milano METID-Learning Innovation): The Learning Network: a design tool for fitting teaching styles to learning innovation

16:30 CEST
Coffee Break

17:00 CEST
S6: Teaching in the digital environment: online training and classroom practice

Alessandro Pepino (University of Naples Federico II), Gennaro Sicignano (SiNAPSi University Centre University of Naples), Ersilia Vallefuoco (University of Naples Federico II): “Easy blended” cheap and gradual blended learning into a University course. Implementation into Biomedical Engineering Course at University of Naples

Nan Barker, Susan Tracz, Randall Plaugher, (CalStateTEACH, California State University): Reflections About Teacher Training in a Digital Environment

Maart Laanpere (Tallinn University), Birgy Lorenz (Pelgulinna Gymnasium), Jaak Laanpere: Digital Turn towards BYOD in Estonian Schools. Disseminating innovation via folk-MOOCs

Otto Benavides, Fermín Navaridas-Nalda, Mónica Clavel-San Emeterio, Rubén Fernández-Ortiz (California State University, Fresno): The perception and use of digital educational content in teaching centers in Spain

S7: New forms of assessment for the digital environment

Mario Calabrese (INSA Rouen): Analyzing peer review: when assessment rhymes with collaboration and reflection. Can assessment be used not only to prove, but also to improve knowledge and skills?

Anna Maria Tammaro, Carla Colombati, Elena Giusti (DILL International Master): Determining Assessment Strategies for MOOC. Exploring quantitative and qualitative approaches

Danielle Tran (University of Greenwich, London UK), Alastair Gemmill (Brunel University London): Choosing A Mode Of Feedback Based On The Assessment Context. Strengthening The Relationship Between Feedback And Assessment In Higher Education

S8: MOOCs and educational change

Cheng Chang (Sam) Pan (Nova Southeastern University), Richard A. Cornell (University of Central Florida): Learning in MOOCs: A bumpy road or a smooth ride?

Flavia Santoianni, Alessandro Ciasullo (University of Naples Federico II – DSU): Digital and Spatial Education

Charalambos Vrasidas (CARDET): Strategic eLearning and Educational Transformation. Case studies from EU projects

Miriana Tizzani, Evelina Bruno, Rosa De Vivo (Federica Weblearning Center – University of Naples Federico II): Managing Innovation: the role of the E-Learning Specialist in digital education

S9: Measuring the impact of MOOCs

Eva Dobozy (Curtin University): Curriculum Analytics. A case example of assurance of learning review

Chiara Ferrari (IPSOS), Rosanna De Rosa (University of Naples Federico II): Emerging patterns in a Mooc Environment. The IPSOS experience with Emma

Hengtao Tang, Nicole Wang, Kyle Peck (The Pennsylvania State University): Have Massive Open Online Courses Disrupted Higher Education around the Globe? Exploring the Cultural Perspective

19:30 CEST
Gala Dinner

Friday, September 22, 2017

09:30 CEST
Chance Coughenour • Mark West

11:00 CEST
Coffee Break and Poster Session

11:30 CEST
S10: New models for learning in the online environment

Mark Brown, James Bruton, Eamon Costello, Orna Farrell (National Institute for Digital Learning, Dublin City University): Head Start Online: Plugging a Gap in the Study Lifecycle

Maddalena della Volpe, Francesca Esposito (University of Salerno): Redesigning business education through web tools: from university web-radios to on-line magazines

Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli (University of Florence), Patrizia Ghislandi (University of Trento), Susanna Sancassani (Politecnico di Milano), Maurizio Zani (Politecnico di Milano): Getting started with Physics: integrating MOOCs in preliminary undergraduate education

S11: Global vs local learning environments

Badi IbrahimI (IONIS Education Group), Isabelle Druet (IONISx): When Universities become lifelong learning channels, broadcasting interactive content to varied audiences

Ruth Kerr, Ilaria Merciai (Federica Weblearning Center – University of Naples Federico II): Addressing cultural and linguistic diversity in an online learning platform

Luisa Varriale, Paola Briganti (University of Naples Parthenope): Personality/Learning Styles and Context/Organization: Wich combination for mote effective e-learning platofrms?

Davide Bizjak, Teresa Anna Rita Gentile, Ernesto De Nito, Paolo Canonico (University of Naples Federico II): Understanding University through MOOCs: A Narrative Approach

S12: Gamification in MOOC design and pedagogy

Elena Dell’Aquila, Orazio Miglino, Davide Marocco (University of Naples Federico II): Soft skills training in digital environments

Raffaele Di Fuccio (University of Naples Federico II): Soft-skills training in the higher education: the meeting point between the MOOCs and the Serious Games

Romina Nesti (Department of Education and Pychology, Univesity of Florence): Gamification as instructional design for on line teaching

Julie-Ann Sime (Lancaster University): Developing MOOC Pedagogy. Gamification and Intelligent Tutoring Systems

S13: Integrating MOOCs into on-campus practice

Manuel Leon-Urrutia, Lisa Harris, Nicholas Fair (University of Southampton): Enhancing the Student Experience: integrating MOOCs into Campus-Based modules

Jutta Pauschenwein, Christian Friedl (FH JOANNEUM): BizMOOC for universities. How to integrate MOOCs in traditional university classes

Federica Oradini, Gunter Sauners (University of Westminster): Facilitating blended learning through a basic re-design of the physical classroom space

Daniel Pérez Grande, Manuel Sanjurjo-Rivo, Mario Merino, Filippo Cichocki, David Morante, Gonzalo Sánchez, Manuel Soler, Xin Chen, Eduardo Ahedo (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid): The Conquest of Space: a MOOC and a SPOC for engaging students in STEM careers

13:00 CEST

14:30 CEST
S14: Opening up the language-learning classroom via OER, VLEs and CLIL

Immacolata Ercolino (School of Advanced Studies University of Camerino – MC): Technologies and Multimedia for Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) on the UNICAM Moodle platform

Laura McLoughlin, Francesca Magnoni (National University of Ireland, Galway): New Paradigms in Online Learning: Comparing FutureLearn and Blackboard platforms for online language courses

Anna Mongibello, Katherine E. Russo, Jacqueline Aiello (University of Naples “L’Orientale”): Blurring the Boundaries of EFL: Addressing Motivation and Translocal Identities in Virtual Learning Environments

Thi Phuong Le Ngo, Marie-Françoise Narcy-Combes, Sophie Belan, Rebecca Starkey-Perret (University of Nantes): The integration of a virtual resource center in a task-based blended language learning program in a French university

Maria Perifanou (University of Macedonia): Opening Up Language Education: Deliver a Language MOOC using open source software and OERs

S15: New forms of assessment for digital environment

Antonio Lanzotti, Fabrizio Renno, Maddalena Molaro, Stanislao Patalano, Stefano Papa, Andrea Tarallo (University of Naples Federico II): Federica MOOC (Massive Open Online Course): a blended course in engineering drawing

Valerio Villa (Università degli Studi di Brescia): Integrated approach to innovation in teaching methods

Giorgio Colombo (Politecnico di Milano): User centered design of a MOOC

Maria Grazia Violante (Politecnico di Torino): The impact of interactive ICT-based and web tools in the e-learning scenario

SS2: MOOCs & BOOKs. How publishers are facing the MOOC challenge

Francesca Bonadei (Springer): eLearning at SpringerNature: from Online Courses to the MOOCs & Books project

James Fletcher (Wiley): The Spectrum of Publisher Content Options in Online Learning

Nicola Avanzini (De Agostini): MOOCs and Books: A Possible Collaboration

Andrea Angiolini (Il Mulino): To each his/her own. How analytics and machine learning can

16:00 CEST
Coffee Break

16:30 CEST
S16: Improving e-Skills through MOOCs

Annalisa Buffardi, Samuele Calzone, Claudia Chellini, Gabriella Taddeo (INDIRE): The learning divide. An empirical survey of Italian students and teachers

Antonella Poce, Francesco Agrusti, Maria Rosaria Re (Roma Tre University): Evaluate critical thinking through MOOC: The Roma Tre University
Chih-Hsiung Tu, Cherng-Jyh Yen, Claudia Rodas, Hoda Harati, Laura Sujo-Montes (Northern Arizona University): The Relationship Between Self-regulated Learning (SRL) Skills and Online Accelerated Learning Experiences

S17: Mobile technology and MOOCs

Anastasios Economides, Maria Perifanou (University of Macedonia): Learner-centered mobile MOOCs

Manuel Serrano, Christian Wandeler, Otto Benavides (California State University Fresno): Technology in adoption in higher education: impact of faculty professional development on tablet integration for teaching

Sabina Maraffi (University of Camerino), Francesco M. Sacerdoti (e-voluzione srl): Learning on Gaming with a new digital educational environment

Maria José Loureiro, Lucia Pombo, Margarida Morais Marques, Luís Afonso, Paulo Dias, Joaquim Madeira, Lísia Lopes, Rosa Pinho (University of Aveiro): Technology and innovation in Science Education for authentic learning. EduPARK, a project that explores augmented reality in an urban green park

S18: Visual learning and online pedagogy

Nancy Akhavan (California State University, Fresno): Picting and Picturing as Visual Instructional Tools. Using pictures and video with intentionality to advance student learning beyond what words can produce

Julie-Ann Sime, Chrysoula Themelis (Lancaster University): ViLi project -Visual experiential learning in MOOCS. Going visual in online education: A study of visual literacies in Higher Education and vocational training.

Grégoire Vincke, Raphaël Marée, Valérie Defaweux, Isabelle Salmon, Dominique Verpoorten (University of Liège), Patsy Renard (University of Namur): From campus based practical sessions to MOOC: teaching histology using the web platform Cytomine as a virtual microscope

18:00 CEST
Closing ceremony

Saturday, September 23, 2017

10:00 CEST
Cultural excursion

Photos (Copyright: University of Naples Federico II)