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Nominations for the Best Paper Award of HEAd’20

We would like to announce the list of papers that have been nominated as candidates for the Best Paper Award. The nominated papers were selected based on their review scores.

The final decision will be made during the conference by the best paper committee based on the presentation and Q&A. The award will be announced and conferred during the closing session (Friday, 5th June at 15:45).

Best paper nominees

Perceptions of organizational injustice in French business schools
Lovasoa Ramboarisata, Linda Ben Fekih Aissi

Coercive isomorphism in higher education: Direct pressures from the state to the Turkish universities
Inci Ozturk

U-Behavior: Visual-Form Learning Analytics to Enhance Teaching and Learning
Kelly Mckenna, James Folkestad, Marcia Moraes

Reliability of multiple-choice versus problem-solving student exam scores in higher education: Empirical tests
Eric S Lee, Naina Garg

Projects with added value to increase competitiveness and student satisfaction
Sílvia Espinosa Mirabet, Jordi Serra Simón, Joaquim Majó Fernández











Virtual participation instructions

The conference dates are approaching! An amazing conference program is prepared for near 200 participants.

We have just published the instructions for participating in the conference, virtual for the first time!

Virtual conferences are not as intuitive as the traditional ones, so we need to get prepared for it. A test session is scheduled on June 1st for getting familiar with the platforms and play around.

Instructions are classified according to the session type:

  • Plenary sessions
  • Regular sessions
  • Non-linear sessions
  • Coffee breaks

Click here to access the detailed instructions. Please, read them carefully to have a great HEAd’20 experience!














HEAd’20 goes virtual

The worldwide situation regarding COVID-19 is currently affecting all travel plans around the globe. Although we hope the situation gets better in June, the current uncertainty prevents us from organizing HEAd in the traditional format.

Therefore, the organizing committee has decided to organize it as an online event, to be held in the same dates, 3-5 June. It will have the same format as the traditional ones (keynotes, regular sessions, opening and closing, etc.) to be the usual platform for networking, interaction and discussion.




















Call for workshop papers

The call for papers for the main conference is now closed, but you can still contribute to HEAd’20 by submitting your paper to one of the workshops that are collocated with the conference: