Papers are classified into full papers (F), short papers (S) and posters (P). Presentation instructions can be found at presentation instructions.


Tuesday 21, 9:00 – 9:15. Room Salón de Actos

Keynote I

Tuesday 21, 9:15 – 10:15. Room Salón de Actos

Rethinking Higher Education Teaching and Learning: Quality, Equity and Efficiency
Lim Cher Ping

Session 1a. On-line teaching (I)

Tuesday 21, 10:45 – 13:00. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Karl Moder

(F) Statistics Training for a large number of students
Karl Moder

(F) Rapid and creative course design: as easy as ABC?
Natasa Perovic, Clive Young

(F) Digital support for university guidance and improvement of study results
Alice Barana, Alessandro Bogino, Michele Fioravera, Marina Marchisio, Sergio Rabellino

(F) On systemic perspective and the strategies in E-learning: inquiries in linear algebra
Larissa Sbitneva, Nehemias Moreno, Daniel Rivera, Rogelio Valdez

(F) Inverting the classroom in an introductory material science course
Anja Pfennig

Session 1b. Innovative Teaching Methods (I)

Tuesday 21, 10:45 – 13:00. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Douglas Russell

(F) Opinions on “Classroom Response System” by first-year engineering students
José Luis López-Quintero, Marta Varo-Martínez, Ana Mª. Laguna-Luna, Alfonso Pontes-Pedrajas

(F) Benefits of a testing framework in undergraduate C programming courses
Dieter Pawelczak

(F) Participation for transformative learning in development management: The case of a Master in international development projects in the Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain)
Sergio Belda-Miquel, Jordi Peris Blanes, Iván Cuesta Fernández

(S) An analysis of using flipped learning in Higher Education: ‘How flipping difficult can it be?’
Gareth Bramley

(S) Results of the implementation of a virtual microscope in a course of histology
Antoni Alegre-Martínez, María Isabel Martínez-Martínez, José Luis Alfonso Sánchez, María M. Morales Suarez-Varela, Agustín LLopis González

(S) TED-Ed web-based blended learning to support teaching: An action research project
Douglas Russell

(S) Video-based focus group for chemistry knowledge construction by secondary preservice teachers
Iñigo Rodríguez-Arteche, M. Mercedes Martínez-Aznar

Session 1c. Scientific and Research Education (I)

Tuesday 21, 10:45 – 13:00. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Iván Alhama

(F) Dropout: Demographic profile of Brazilian university students
Luciane Bonaldo, Luis Nobre Pereira

(F) Teaching and learning of fundamental concepts of ground water flow by a specific educational software
Juan Francisco Sánchez Pérez, Ivan Alhama Manteca

(F) Assessing the Role of General Chemistry Learning in Higher Education
Margarida Figueiredo, José Neves, Guida Gomes, Henrique Vicente

(F) Proposals for the improvement of university classrooms: the perspective of students with disabilities
Rosario Lopez-Gavira, Anabel Moriña, Noelia Melero-Aguilar, Victor Hugo Perera-Rodríguez

(F) Effect of using formative assessment techniques on students’ grades
Gil Pla-Campas, Joan Arumí-Prat, Anna M Senye-Mir, Eduard Ramírez

Session 1d. Integration

Tuesday 21, 10:45 – 13:00. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Nathalie Wesseling

(F) A Holistic Understanding Of Integrational Support From University Students’ Perspective Through Appreciative Inquiry
Emmeline Byl, Katrien Struyven, Pieter Meurs, Bieke Abelshausen, Tom Vanwing, Nadine Engels, Koen Lombaerts

(F) When Economics Meets Arts… in the Classroom
María Vidagañ, Raúl De Arriba

(F) Relationship between class attendance and student performance
Anna Lukkarinen, Paula Koivukangas, Tomi Seppälä

(S) Business internships and new technologies: a scenario for growth and innovation
Gisela Sanahuja Vélez, Gabriela Ribes Giner, Ismael Moya Clemente

(F) A tool to translate scores across different systems
Gregoria Mateos Aparicio, Adolfo Hernández, Elena Martínez Rodríguez

(S) Academic and Student Perceptions on the Integration of HIV and AIDS education in an Electrical Engineering Curriculum at a South African University of Technology
Nicolaas Luwes, Lawrence Meda, James Swart

Session 2a. Assessment (I)

Tuesday 21, 14:30 – 15:45. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Cesar Ortega-Sanchez

(F) Skills evaluation at the University: Experiences and reflections in two Geography modules
Maria-Dolores Pitarch Garrido

(F) Written Exams: How Effectively are We Using Them?
Cesar Ortega-Sanchez

(F) Take-home and online timed assessments at an ODL institution
Odette Swart

Session 2b. Scientific and Research Education (II)

Tuesday 21, 14:30 – 15:45. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Anna M. Senye-Mir

(F) Effects of formative assessment on the learning-to-learn skills of teacher training students
Anna M. Senye-Mir, Joan Arumí-Prat, Gil Pla-Campas, Eduard Ramírez

(S) Implementation of International Master’s Programmes in Engineering Education in Germany
Natascha Strenger, Sulamith Frerich

(F) Observing – Treating – Classifying: On the Educational Practice of Human Differentiation
Herbert Kalthoff

Session 2c. Teacher Education (I)

Tuesday 21, 14:30 – 15:45. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: N.C. Shivaprakash

(F) Pursuing the goal of sustainable action in the basic training of teachers
Mercedes Varela-Losada, Xabier Álvarez-Lires, Maria Lorenzo-Rial, Uxio Perez-Rodríguez

(S) The Bologna process: a study about teachers’ perception of their new role and its consequences
Dolores Lagoa-Varela, Begoña Alvarez García, Lucía Boedo Vilabella

Session 2d. On-line teaching (II)

Tuesday 21, 14:30 – 15:45. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Alina Schibelbein

(F) Evaluation Process and Quality Management in a Blended-Learning Bachelor’s Programme
Nina Kälberer, Brigitte Petendra, Cornelia Böhmer, Alina Schibelbein, Eva-Maria Beck-Meuth

(F) Intelligent system of distance education of engineers, based on modern innovative technologies
Galina Samigulina, Zarina Samigulina

(F) Peer-to-peer lecture films – a successful study concept for a first year laboratory material science course
Anja Pfennig,Paul Hadwiger

Session 3a. Computer-based learning (I)

Tuesday 21, 16:45 – 18:15. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Cristina Vilaplana Prieto

(F) The role of ICT for supporting relationships between students. Evidence for Spain
Cristina Vilaplana Prieto

(F) Teaching Nanoscience and thinking nano at the macroscale: Nanocapsules of wisdom
Victor Sebastian, Marta Gimenez

(S) Towards Consistency: Digital Learning Thresholds
William Ashraf, Wayne Barry, Sam Mcfarlane

Session 3b. Assessment (II)

Tuesday 21, 16:45 – 18:15. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Michael Hast

(F) Higher education marking in the electronic age: Quantitative and qualitative student insight
Michael Hast, Caroline Healy

(F) Student perceptions to the use of paperless technology in Assessments- a case study using clickers
Rangith Baby Kuriakose, Nicolaas Luwes

(S) Context-aware assessment in out-of-classroom activities by means of mobile technologies
Josepa Alemany Costa, Xavier Perramon, Ricardo Torres Kompen

Session 3c. On-line teaching (III)

Tuesday 21, 16:45 – 18:15. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Catherine Elizabeth Mcloughlin

(F) Combining Mathematical Revision Courses with Hands-on Approaches for Engineering Education Using Web-based Interactive Multimedia Applications
Daniel Nickchen, Bärbel Mertsching

(F) Nurturing supportive and engaging induction environments for distance-learning students
Konstantina Martzoukou, Vanessa Kemp

(S) Social Media for Networking and Participatory Professional Learning
Catherine Mcloughlin

Session 3d. Gamification (I)

Tuesday 21, 16:45 – 18:15. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Davide Girardelli

(F) Software Engineering Management Education through Game Design Patterns
Nuno Flores, Ana C. R. Paiva, Pedro Letra

(F) iLearnTest – framework for educational games
Ana C. R. Paiva, Nuno Flores, Tânia P. B. Ribeiro, André G. Barbosa

(F) Teachers’ Attitude towards and Actual Use of Gamification
José Martí-Parreño, Diana Seguí-Mas, Elies Seguí-Mas

(S) Gamifying Impromptu Speech for ESL/EFL Students
Davide Girardelli, Patrizia Barroero, Tingting Gu

Session 4a. Innovative Teaching Methods (II)

Wednesday 22, 9:00 – 10:15. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Joanne Therese Joyce-Mccoach

(F) A teaching model for health professionals learning reflective practice
Dr Joanne Joyce-Mccoach, Dr Kylie Smith

(F) The value of peer learning for first-year postgraduate university students’ social and academic integration
Emmeline Byl, Katrien Struyven, Pieter Meurs, Bieke Abelshausen, Tom Vanwing, Nadine Engels, Koen Lombaerts

(F) Boldly going where no higher educators have gone before: a review of the 1st international conference on higher education advances, Valencia, Spain
Sabrina B.Caldwell, Tamás D. Gedeon

Session 4b. Linguistics (I)

Wednesday 22, 9:00 – 10:15. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Mark Landry

(F) How Cultural and Linguistic Considerations Affect the Learning of English in Czech Republic
Mark Landry, Lenka Landryova

(F) Facing challenges in English Medium Instruction through engaging in an innovation project
Elvira Barrios, Aurora López-Gutiérrez, Clotilde Lechuga

(F) Analysing metaphorical political discourse in the L2 academic classroom
Sylwia Izabela Filipczuk-Rosińska

Session 4c. Pedagogy (I)

Wednesday 22, 9:00 – 10:15. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Jennifer Banks

(F) Promoting Change: professional development to support pedagogic change in sessional teaching staff
Jennifer Banks

(F) New models of theoretical and practical education in urban environment: On example of experience-based pedagogy in Slovak towns
Katarína Slobodová Nováková, Zuzana Giertlová

(F) RoboBraille as UDL tool: Evaluation of the service converting printed materials into speech and Braille in Poland
Emilia Śmiechowska-Petrovskij, Marlena Kilian

Session 4d. Teacher Education (II)

Wednesday 22, 9:00 – 10:15. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Gabriella Shwartz

(F) Looking through the eyes of mentors and novice teachers: Perceptions regarding mentoring experiences
Gabriella Shwartz, Yehudit Judy Dori

(F) Ocean acidification education: educational resource analysis
María Lorenzo-Rial, Azucena Arias-Correa, José-F. Serrallé-Marzoa, María M. Álvarez-Lires

(F) Entry to study expectations of STEM postgraduate taught students
Ines Direito, Michelle Morgan

Session 5a. Linguistics (II)

Wednesday 22, 10:45 – 12:00. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Daniela Gil-Salom

(F) Analyzing Students’ Language Learning Experience in an Augmented Reality Mobile Game: an Exploration of an Emergent Learning Environment
Yang Liu, Daniel Holden, Dongping Zheng

(F) Metacognitive strategies as points in teaching reading comprehension
Zhussupova Roza, Kazbekova Meruyert

(F) Student assessment of oral presentations in German as a Foreign Language
Daniela Gil-Salom, Jose-V. Benlloch-Dualde

Session 5b. Teaching and Learning Experiences (I)

Wednesday 22, 10:45 – 12:00. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Juliane Siegeris

(F) Service-learning and higher education:evaluating students learning process form their own percpective
Naiara Berasategi Sancho, Israel Alonso Sáez, Gorka Roman Etxebarrieta

(F) The Women’s Bachelor Programme “Computer Science and Business Administration” and its Consistent Orientation to Practical Training
Juliane Siegeris, Jörn Freiheit, Dagmar Krefting

(F) Assessing innovation-related competences in the MARIHE program: Teacher and student perceptions
Sofya Kopelyan, Ana Godonoga, Işıl Güney, Nowreen Yasmin

Session 5c. Industry and Exclusion

Wednesday 22, 10:45 – 12:00. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Md. Saifuddin Khalid

(F) How effective are business ethics/CSR courses in higher education?
Guillermina Tormo-Carbó, Victor Oltra, Elies Seguí-Mas, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz

(F) Digital exclusion in higher educational contexts: A systematic literature review
Md. Saifuddin Khalid, Mette Jun Lykkegaard Pedersen

(F) Career Opportunities: Connecting Design Students With Industry
M. Genevieve Hitchings

Session 5d. Innovative Teaching Methods (III)

Wednesday 22, 10:45 – 12:00. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Chantal Ferrer

(F) Creative debate as a tool to empower and create disruptive thinking within learning contexts in a university design environment
Tània Costa, Salvador Huertas

(F) Teaching into Context by Video Sketching recording: Academic English with students of Architecture
Paloma Úbeda

(F) Physics demos for all UVEG degrees: a unique project in Spain
Chantal Ferrer-Roca, Ramón Cases Ruiz, César Coll Company, Ana Cros Stotter, José Luis Cruz Muñoz, Nuria Garro Martínez, Pedro González Marhuenda, José Carlos Guirado Puerta, Maria Jesús Hernández Lucas, Juan Carlos Jiménez Muñoz, Domingo Martínez García, Carmen Martínez Tomás, Raquel Niclós Corts, Roberto Pedrós Esteban, Clodoaldo Roldán García, Fernando Silva Vázquez, Enric Valor Micó, Jordi Vidal Perona, Óscar Vives García, Juan Zúñiga Román

Keynote II

Wednesday 22, 12:00 – 13:00. Room Salón de Actos

Is the MOOC experience worth for trainers?
José María García Álvarez-Coque

Session 6a. Economics (I)

Wednesday 22, 14:30 – 15:45. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Beth L. Goldstein

(F) Moderating role of gender in the performance of Moodle questionnaires in an introductory Accounting course
Paloma Merello-Gimenez, Ana Zorio-Grima

(F) Using the Action Research Process to Design Entrepreneurship Education at Cenderawasih University
Beth L. Goldstein, Mesak Ick, Westim Ratang, Halomoan Hutajulu, Jhon Urasti Blesia

(F) The role of education and learning by experience in the performance of Microenterprises
Martin Ramirez-Urquidy, Alejandro Mungaray

Session 6b. Competences (I)

Wednesday 22, 14:30 – 15:45. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Fátima Suleman

(F) Employability skills of higher education graduates: Little consensus on a much-discussed subject
Fátima Suleman

(F) An approach to develop sustainability in a subject of Human Nutrition and Dietetics Degree, a pilot experience
María Ángeles Bustamante, Jonatan Miranda, Edurne Simon, Idoia Larretxi, Itziar Txurruka, Arrate Lasa

(F) Competency Assessment for Branding Programs Development in Thailand’s Higher Education
Porngarm Virutamasen, Kageeporn Wongpreedee, Koraklod Kumsook, Pansiri Phansuwan-Pujito

Session 6c. Engineering (I)

Wednesday 22, 14:30 – 15:45. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Ailish Jameson

(F) Compact Freshmen Welcome Seminar for Engineering Students
Andreas Diehl, Lilli Wolff, Thomas Fuhrmann, Michael Niemetz, Stefanie Mörtlbauer, Sandra Dirnberger

(F) Career choice of undergraduate engineering students
Hagit Mishkin, Niva Wengrowicz, Dov Dori, Yehudit Judy Dori

(F) Emotional intelligence and graduates – employers’ perspective
Ailish Jameson, Aiden Carthy, Colm Mcguinness, Fiona McSweeney

Session 6d. On-line teaching (IV)

Wednesday 22, 14:30 – 15:45. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Jenny Pomino

(F) Raise awareness in society about deafness: A proposal with Learning Objects and Scenarios
José Rafael Rojano-Caceres, Cinthia Morales-Luna, Genaro Rebolledo-Mendez, José Antonio Ortega-Carrillo, Jaime Muñoz-Arteaga

(F) Integrating e-tandem in Higher Education
Jenny Pomino, Daniela Gil-Salom

(F) Selecting a suitable approach to analyze the future of higher education
Laura Márquez-Ramos, Estefanía Mourelle

Session 7a. Economics (II)

Wednesday 22, 16:45 – 18:15. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Angela Wright

(F) Marketing Me: A case study on the evolution of an MBA marketing competence exercise
Andrea D. Scott, Shane A. Scott

(S) Artist Graduates: Are they ready to do Business?
Dr Angela Wright

(F) A Qualitative Inquiry into the Europeanization of Romanian Higher-Education
Loredana Radu, Paul Dobrescu

Session 7b. Competences (II)

Wednesday 22, 16:45 – 18:15. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Magdalena Jiménez Ramírez

(F) Seven ways of designing
Elena Bartomeu Magaña, Oriol Ventura Rodà

(F) Blended learning design: a shared experience
Mieke Clement, Luc Vandeput, Tine Osaer

(F) A Virtual Space for Effective Language Training
Rita Calabrese, Katherine Elisabeth Russo

(F) Pedagogical praxis as a process of developing professional competencies in university education of future teachers
Mariana Sirotová

(S) Training school teachers to the use of ICT – a preliminary study on motivation and attitude to innovation
Giulia Mura, Mirella Ferrari, Davide Diamantini

Session 7c. Engineering (II)

Wednesday 22, 16:45 – 18:15. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Ana Isabel Muñoz Alcón

(F) Evaluation process dimensions to the Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering
Sharifah Nurulhuda Tuan Mohd Yasin, Mohd Fauzi Mohd Yunus, Jamil Abd Baser, Nur Bahiyah Abdul Wahab, Azman Hasan

(F) Who learns from whom? Building up intergenerational bridges through service learning
Ana Isabel Muñoz Alcón

(S) ABET Accreditation: An Engineering Experience from Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Hossam Hassan, Khalifa Al-Jabri

(S) Evaluation on ESQ 165 Training as Spiritual-Engineering-Based Motivation Training in an Attempt to Build the Character of the Members of the Subregional Police of Ciamis
Ira Irawati, Nunung Runiawati

Session 7d. Teaching and Learning Experiences (II)

Wednesday 22, 16:45 – 18:15. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Alain Ulazia

(F) Competency-based learning in a real and multicultural marketing consultancy project
Ana-María Argila-Irurita, Francisco-Javier Arroyo-Cañada, Maria-Lluïsa Solé-Moro

(F) Online Peer Assessment: Method and Digital Technologies
Selma Santos Rosa, Clara Pereira Coutinho, Maria Assunção Flores

(F) The capabilities of automated functional testing of programming assignment
Aleksejs Grocevs, Natalija Prokofjeva

(S) Study of ocean and wind energy potential with R: an innovative experience in the classroom
Alain Ulazia, Gabriel Ibarra-Berastegi

Session 8a. Pedagogy (II)

Thursday 23, 9:00 – 10:15. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Wade Jarvis

(F) An exploration of dis-confirmation of deeper learning expectations using choice theory
Wade Jarvis, Saalem Sadeque, Ingrid Mary O’Brien

(S) Researching Recognition of Prior Learning; the significance of assessor’s values and beliefs within the totally pedagogised society
Phil O’Leary, Ann Ledwith

(S) Visualizing the Critique: Strengthening Quantitative Reasoning Skills Through Design
Kathryn Weinstein

Session 8b. On-line teaching (V)

Thursday 23, 9:00 – 10:15. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Marina Marchisio

(F) Analysing the Effects of Personality Traits on the Success of Online Collaborative Groups
Seyma Kucukozer-Cavdar, Tugba Taskaya-Temizel

(F) L2 Collaborative E-writing
Cristina Pardo-Ballester, Adolfo Carrillo Cabello

(F) Ten good reasons to adopt an automatic formative assessment model for learning and teaching Mathematics and scientific disciplines
Alice Barana, Marina Marchisio

Session 8c. Problem-based Learning (I)

Thursday 23, 9:00 – 10:15. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Consuelo Garcia Tamarit

(F) Project-based learning in virtual groups – collaboration and learning outcomes in a virtual training course for teachers
Consuelo Garcia

(F) Improving effectiveness of teaching large introductory physics courses with modern information technology
Hans Schuessler, Alexandre Kolomenski, Paisley Bunker, Cade Perkins

(F) Re-adjusting the objectives of architectural education
Nadia Charalambous, Natasa Christou

Session 8d. Health (I)

Thursday 23, 9:00 – 10:15. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Rita Calabrese

(F) Diagnostically fit for the future? The students’ perspective.
Tamara Seitz, Henriette Löffler-Stastka

(F) CyTest – An Innovative Open-source Platform for Training and Testing in Cythopathology
Luca Lianas, Marco Enrico Piras, Elodia Musu, Simona Podda, Francesca Frexia, Emanuela Ovcin, Giovanni Bussolati, Gianluigi Zanetti

(S) Peer review and critical thinking in nursing students
Conceiçao Rainho, Maria Joao Monteiro, Alice Mártires, Zita Castelo-Branco, Rita Payan-Carreira

(S) Critical thinking in college students: evaluation of their beliefs in popular psychological myths
Gustavo Gonzalez-Cuevas, Marcos Alonso Rodriguez, Valeria Nogales Cuellar

Session 9a. Scientific and Research Education (III)

Thursday 23, 10:45 – 12:00. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Dominique Parrish

(F) Principles and a model for advancing future-oriented and student-focused teaching and learning
Dominique Rene Parrish

(F) Let the grunts do it! – studying the embedding of a multidisciplinary master education in an educational institution
Christian Koch, Nathalie Nyffeler

(S) Organization of the Ph-doctoral studies on the chemical specialties
Tazhibayeva Sagdat, Mun Grigoryi, Irmukhametova Galiya, Ongarbayev Yerdos, Myltykbaeva Zhannur, Musabekova Altynai

Session 9b. Economics (III)

Thursday 23, 10:45 – 12:00. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Ehsan Gharaie

(F) Co-creation impacts on student behavior
Gabriela Ribes-Giner, Maria Rosario Perello-Marín, Odette Pantoja Díaz

(F) Sequential exercises and Personal Response System in project management courses
Ehsan Gharaie

(F) Massive Open Online Courses for IFRS education: a point of view of Spanish Accounting Educators
Julieth E. Ospina-Delgado, Maria A. Garcia-Benau, Ana Zorio-Grima

Session 9c. Gamification (II)

Thursday 23, 10:45 – 12:00. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Natalia Gerodetti

(F) Reinforcing social media based learning, knowledge acquisition and learning evaluation
Katerina Zdravkova

(F) DiffGame: Game-based mathematics learning for physics
Mads Kock Pedersen, Anette Svenningsen, Niels Bonderup Dohn, Andreas Lieberoth, Jacob Sherson

(F) Making Curveball: Working with Students to Produce a Game that can ‘liven up’ Research Methods and Ethics Teaching in the Social Sciences
Darren Nixon, Natalia Gerodetti

Session 9d. Health (II)

Thursday 23, 10:45 – 12:00. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Jyothi Thalluri

(F) Who Benefits Most From Peer Support Group? – First Year Student Success for Pathology Students
Dr Jyothi Thalluri

(F) Bullying and Harassment of Trainee Teachers
Marie Drüge, Karin Schleider, Anne-Sophie Rosati

(F) Impact of a service learning (SL) experience on the improvement of knowledge in healthy eating habits in teenagers
Joel Brugués, Núria Aranda, Montserrat Giralt, Mònica Chica, Rosa Sola, Victoria Arija, Elisabet Llauradó, Rosa Maria Valls, Marta Romeu

Keynote III

Thursday 23, 12:00 – 13:00. Room Salón de Actos

Using teaching and student based data to answer broad interdisciplinary research questions
Juan Manuel García Lara


Thursday 23, 13:00 – 13:30. Room Salón de Actos

Poster Session (I)

Tuesday 21, 15:45 – 16:45. Faculty Hall

(P) The melodic dictation in the traditions of Russian music education
Lola Dzhumanova

(P) Pedagogy for Conceptual Thinking in the Digital Age: Enhancing Learning Outcomes with Meaning Equivalence Reusable Learning Objects (MERLO) Formative Assessments
Masha Etkind, Uri Shafrir, Ron Kenett, Leo Roytman

(P) Are we assessing correctly our students? Spain versus Finland
María Del Mar Camacho-Miñano, Cristina Del Campo, David Pascual-Ezama, Elena Urquia-Grande, Carlos Rivero, Murat Akpinar

(P) HyperMix: A New Tool for Higher Education of Computer and Remote Sensing Engineers
Antonio Plaza

(P) Boosting critical thinking in a Project Management course: An active learning experience
Jasmina Berbegal-Mirabent, Dolors Gil-Domènech, Clara Gieure

(P) The use of internal audits as a tool to analyze skills and competences
J. Fernandez, M. Cruells, N.Escaja, J. A. Garrido, J. Giménez, M. Llauradó, A. Roca, L.Rodriguez, M. Ll. Sagristà, C. Navarro, J. O. Bernad, P. Barcelona

(P) Collaborative Contagion: A Case Study in Curriculum Development, Distribution, and Adoption
James Harrigan, Ryan Yonk, Neal Mason

(P) Knowledge generation and utilization in wiki supported teamwork – An experiment
Richard Kasa, Balazs Heidrich

(P) Consolidation of a professional approach experience on motivating Computer Engineering students to the application of legal issues
Mayte Lozano, Raquel Trillo-Lado

(P) Methodology based on micro-projects in DIY desktop machines for educational purposes in engineering degrees
Alpha Pernia-Espinoza, Andres Sanz-García, Enrique Sodupe-Ortega, Javier Antoñanzas-Torres, Fernando Antoñanzas-Torres, Ruben Urraca-Valle.

(P) Education for Sustainable Development: a Strategic Tool for Quality Improvement of Higher Education
Kageeporn Wongpreedee, Karnitta Sinsahuang, Janjira Intanakom, Wanlaya Tanechpongtamb, Pansiri Phansuwan-Pujito

(P) Innovative learning design: Experiences from gadget workshops in business informatics classes
Janine Jäger, Safak Korkut, Rolf Dornberger

(P) Teaching Abstraction
Axel Böttcher, Kathrin Schlierkamp, Veronika Thurner, Daniela Zehetmeier

(P) Collaborative learning: implementation of JigSaw technique in a Google environment
Lara Orcos, Rosario Arias, Nuria Aris, Ángel Alberto Magreñán

(P) Assessment of UT (University of Tehran) change management in quality Orientation process based on ADKAR model
Saeed Akbariani, Hamid Farhadirad, Reza Abachian Ghassemi

(P) How academic reforms change the organizational design of universities
Ilse Hagerer

(P) DELAROSE: A Case Example of the Value of Embedded Course Content and Assessment in the Workplace
John S.G. Wells, Michael Bergin, Cathal Ryan

(P) D-Move: A sociotechnical environment to provide experience- based learning to digital natives
Otto Petrovic, Martin Lembeck

(P) A different approach fot training student teachers using Communication and Information Technology (ICT)
Alida Abad, Maria Rassetto

(P) The study program open to new societal needs and challenges of the labour market – on the example of the project “Career guidance open to ecological awareness development of a society”
Aleksandra Kulpa-Puczyńska

Poster Session (II)

Wednesday 22, 15:45 – 16:45. Faculty Hall

(P) Influencing pre-service teachers’ beliefs and practices: a case for an experimental teaching experience.
Bart Deygers, Sibo Kanobana

(P) Gender differences in test anxiety and its impact on higher education students’ academic achievement
María Isabel Núnez-Peña, Macarena Suárez-Pellicioni, Roser Bono

(P) Analysis of a teacher training process through the study of educational interaction
Jorge Chávez, Claudia Jaramillo

(P) Electrónica enREDada: An experience with a webinar program
Cecilia Gimeno, Carlos Sánchez-Azqueta, Santiago Celma, Concepción Aldea

(P) A Descriptive Analysis of Doctoral Studies in Spain: Recent Changes
Magdalena Jiménez Ramírez

(P) Enhanced eBooks in the teaching/learning process of electronics
Carlos Sánchez-Azqueta, Cecilia Gimeno, Santiago Celma, Concepción Aldea

(P) Audiovisual Tool for understanding Audio concepts for being used in bachelor’s degree programmes
Christian Antoñanzas, Pablo Gutierrez-Parera, Mª Angeles Simarro, Jose A. Belloch

(P) Normative controversies in the assessment of faculty in Mexican public Universities.
Pedro Antonio Sánchez-Escobedo, Pedro Canto-Herrera

(P) Improved learning performance based on a flipped classroom concept – a case study
Thomas Rachfall, Soeren Dressler

(P) Towards Learning for Employment: A Study of Effect of Different Variables on Employment Readiness of Students Enrolled in Professional Programmes Delhi-NCR, India.
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