Registration desk will be open on Monday 19 from 14:00 to 18:00 during the pre-conference workshops, and on Tuesday 20 from 8:15.

Papers are classified into Full papers (F), Short papers (S) and posters (P). Instructions can be found at presentation instructions.


Tuesday 20, 9:00 – 9:30. Room Salón de Actos


Tuesday 20, 9:30 – 10:30. Room Salón de Actos

Pedagogical Practices in Large Classes in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities
Anna Logan and Ann Marie Farrell

Session 1a. Evaluation, Feedback & Assessment I

Tuesday 20, 11:00 – 13:15. Room 1
Chair: Willie Golden

(F) Examining university student satisfaction and barriers to taking online remote exams
Maria Aristeidou, Simon Cross, Klaus-Dieter Rossade, Carlton Wood, Patrizia Paci

(F) Measuring Student Development Using Points
Munir Mandviwalla, David Schuff, Laurel Miller, Manoj Chacko

(F) University sustainability assessment and reporting: Preliminary findings from the Italian context
Marta Fundoni, Gianfranco Pischedda

(S) Creating the “Examination Kiosk”: Blended Assessment to Foster Self-Directed Learning in Higher Education
Claudia Albrecht, Anne Jantos, Sebastian Pannasch, Vincent Zipper

(S) Pro-f-quiz: increasing the PROductivity of Feedback through activating QUIZzes
Kris Aerts, Wouter Groeneveld

(S) Adverse effects of personalized automated feedback
Jan Riezebos, N. Renting, R. Van Ooijen, A.J. Van Der Vaart

(S) Authentic Assessment in Higher Education: A Collaborative Approach
Angela Siobhan Wright

Session 1b. Teacher Training

Tuesday 20, 11:00 – 13:15. Room 2
Chair: Sam O’Neill

(F) Mind the Gap: Factors Which Inhibit Supporting Student Teachers to Engage in Action Research While on School Placement
Maria Moore, Dermot O’Donovan, Pauline Logue

(F) Ability of Spanish preservice teachers to differentiate between creative and reproductive activities in the classroom
Eva Izquierdo Sanchis, Joan Josep Solaz Portolés, Antonio Martín Ezpeleta, Yolanda Echegoyen Sanz

(F) Special Needs Pre-Service Teachers Digital Competencies: An Exploratory Study at the University of Foggia
Piergiorgio Guarini, Guendalina Peconio

(F) Advancing Internationalization Agenda Amidst the War in Ukraine: Kindness and Trauma-Informed Teaching Project in Teacher Education
Svitlana Anatoliivna Kuzmina, Sue Fan Foo, Olha Vasylivna Matviienko, Tamara Volodymyrivna Glazunova

(F) How University Teachers Can Support the Linking of Theory and Practice in Lesson Debriefings with Student Teachers
Christine Ladehoff, Jan Pfetsch, Diemut Ophardt

Session 1c. Competencies and Skills

Tuesday 20, 11:00 – 13:15. Room 3
Chair: Inês Barbedo

(F) An Empirical Survey of Employment and MTI Competence in China
Xian Wang, Wenxiang Si, Linxin Ge, Qiuhan Wang

(F) Intercultural interaction modulating implicit attitudes towards disability and cultural competence in higher education
Zijun Li, Ludmila Tokarskaya Valerievna 

(F) Developing Supply Chain Competencies Through Experiential Learning and Games
Heriberto Garcia-Reyes, Sandra Maycotte-Felkel, Elena Isabel Victoria Quijano-Dominguez

(F) Students’ experience of Double Degree programmes: motivations and perceptions of skill acquisition
Elena Borsetto, Chiara Saccon

(S) A Suggested Program for Developing First Year University Students’ Agency
Nevine Mahmoud Fayek El Souefi

Session 1d. e-learning

Tuesday 20, 11:00 – 13:15. Room 4
Chair: Amalia Duch

(F) Information skills instruction in Higher Education students using the 4C/ID model
Consuelo Garcia, Esther Argelagos, Jesús Privado

(F) A Systematic Review: Foundations for Online Course Design in Higher Education
Jacelyn Smallwood Ramos

(F) E-learning and economics: Knowledge dissemination through social networks
Roberto Ivan Fuentes Contreras, Moises Librado Gonzalez, Yadira Zulith Flores Anaya

(F) The Digital Platform for the Unite! alliance: The Metacampus
Jesus Alcober, Farnaz Haji Mohammadali

(F) Nurturing the human connection: Increasing student engagement and personal connection in an asynchronous language course
Scott Despain, Jennifer A Despain

Session 2a. Emerging Educational Technology I

Tuesday 20, 14:30 – 16:00. Room 1
Chair: Dieter Pawelczak

(F) Critical analysis of the potential of social robotics in higher education for the management of illness and bereavement
Laia Riera, Francisco José Perales, Francisca Negre

(F) Enhancing Personalization and Experiential Learning in Higher Education through the VR Mobile Application, I’m IN – HKUST
Kasina Wong

(S) Student Response Systems: Enabler of active learning in a large class
Willie Golden

(S) A Mixed Reality Laboratory for Developing Competencies in Control Engineering
Manuel Navarro-Gutiérrez, Carlos Renato Vázquez, Alejandro Guajardo-Cuellar, Noe Marcelo Yungaicela-Naula

Session 2b. Collaborative Methods

Tuesday 20, 14:30 – 16:00. Room 2
Chair: Maria Kathryn Moore

(F) How Students Manage Peer Feedback Through a Collaborative Activity in a CS1 Course
Géraldine Brieven, Laurent Leduc, Benoit Donnet

(F) Facilitating international transdisciplinary collaboration in a virtual academic exchange project
Martin Leibinger, Alexandra Regan Toland

(F) Introducing a collaborative learning strategy in a hybrid and traditional laboratory for undergraduate computer science students
Sam Ivan O’Neill, Aidan Mooney

(S) School, University and Community Collaboration for Inclusivity: the Turin Experience with the University Courses “Expert in the Processes of Inclusive Education” and “Expert in Educational and Didactic Processes”
Paolo Bianchini, Cecilia Marchisio, Alessandro Monchietto

Session 2c. Innovative Learning and Teaching Experience I

Tuesday 20, 14:30 – 16:00. Room 3
Chair: Elena Borsetto

(F) Experiential learning using short-term global virtual team projects
Stephanie Swartz

(F) Adopting Learning Circle approaches to equip academic staff for Community Engaged Research and Learning practices
Linde Moriau, Réka Matolay, Emma Mckenna, Andrea Toarniczky, Judit Gáspár, Márta Frigyik, Brecht Van Der Schueren, Sinead Mccann, Caroline Mcgowan, Catherine Bates

(F) Interdisciplinary Week in Game Design: A Learning Experience
Bárbara Barroso, Inês Barbedo

(S) “Strategy just isn’t like that”. A case study on the use of a coopetitive game to experience the strategy roller coaster.
Jonathan Fanning

(S) Combining computer-based training, virtual, or augmented reality with peer teaching in medical and biotechnological education
Christian Hanshans, Moritz Mourice Rick Faust

Session 2d. Sustainability I

Tuesday 20, 14:30 – 16:00. Room 4
Chair: Jacelyn Smallwood Ramos

(F) They want to fly! – International students attitudes concerning the climate crisis and their air travel behavior.
Dimitri Prandner

(F) Take the Challenge: Compute the CO2e emissions of your Programming Course
Joaquim Gabarro, Maria Josep Blesa, Amalia Duch, Maria Serna

(F) A Project-Based Learning Approach For Engaging Undergraduate Students In UN SDGs Using GIS
Moustafa Ahmed Baraka

Session p1. Poster session I

Tuesday 20, 16:00 – 16:45. Faculty Hall

(P) Investigating Learners Perceptions of Completion and Certification in MOOCs
Meghan Perdue

(P) An Augmentation Framework for Efficiently Extracting Open Educational Resources from Slideshows
Balthasar Teuscher, Zhouyi Xiong, Martin Werner

(P) ChatGPT in Higher Education: The Good, The Bad, and The University
Marius Schönberger

(P) ChatGPT in the Classroom: Friend or Foe?
Josep Domenech

(P) “Building” knowledge by creating manipulatives with the 3D printer: A course for mathematics student teachers
Tim Läufer, Matthias Ludwig

(P) The complexity of grading student work and the reconstruction of the meaning of criterion-referenced assessment
Liao Liang

(P) Reggio Childhood Studies PhD as a learning community
Marcella Colacino, Roberta Mineo

(P) Financial literacy decision tree game: A system development exposé
Melany Lotter, Chioma Okoro

(P) Fairness matters in higher education: Student classroom justice perceptions and behavioral responses
Rebecca M. Chory

(P) University graduates enrolled in Higher VET in Spain: An upskilling or reskilling choice?
Iván Diego Rodríguez, Juan P. Gamboa

(P) Quality Management in Italian Universities: A Case Study in the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio
Ilenia Colamatteo, Ilenia Bravo, Lucio Cappelli, Patrizia Papetti

(P) Robust estimation method for the economic subsidies to educational institutions in Chile
Valentina Ugalde, Sebastián Dávila-Gálvez, Óscar Vásquez

Session 3a. Lessons from the Pandemic

Tuesday 20, 16:45 – 18:15. Room 1
Chair: Stephanie Swartz

(F) Evolution of academic dishonesty in computer science courses
Katerina Zdravkova

(F) Place-based Teaching amidst a Global Pandemic?
Barbara Cabezal Bruno, Daniela Bottjer-Wilson, Jennifer Engels

(F) Surviving and Thriving in COVID
Mary Jo Parker

(S) A Post-Covid comparison of students’ usage of an online learning platform
Robert A. Phillips

(S) Digital multitasking during academic lectures: Did the Covid-19 lockdown change the students’ behavior?
Rebeca Macedo Mendes, Ana Isabel Veloso

Session 3b. Management of HE I

Tuesday 20, 16:45 – 18:15. Room 2
Chair: Christine Ladehoff

(F) The role of financial aid in college performance: The importance of class attendance, aid amount and type of aid
Isabel De Sivatte, Patricia Gabaldón

(F) Changing Higher Education Governance in Latin America: The Cases of Chile and Ecuador
Mario Alarcón, José Joaquín Brunner

(S) Resource Orchestration and the Higher Education Programme Director
Hans Frederik

(S) Non-formal Faculty Development. Conceptual considerations and implementation in practice
Birgit Hawelka, Regine Bachmaier

Session 3c. New Trends and Debates in HE I

Tuesday 20, 16:45 – 18:15. Room 3
Chair: Daniela Gil-Salom

(F) Teaching olfaction at the time of the ‘sensual turn’. The case of Pierre Bénard
Sandra Cadiou

(F) Internal quality assurance systems in Namibian higher education: Stakeholder perceptions and guidelines for enhancing the system
Marien Alet Graham, Toini Tuyeimo Ndapewoshali Angolo, Celeste Combrinck

(F) Lecturer language: EMI students’ experiences on first- and second-cycle degrees
Jane Helen Johnson, Mariangela Picciuolo

(S) Learning Analytics Dashboard to Support Instructors: A Literature Review
Dhatri Padakanti, Marcia Moraes

(S) Which career should I choose?. Aplication of a pre-university vocational guidance platform based on the Ikigai methodology
Ángel Millán, Jorge García-Unanue, Marta Retamosa

Session 3d. Innovative Learning & Teaching Experience II

Tuesday 20, 16:45 – 18:15. Room 4
Chair: Consuelo García

(F) Quest-based Gamification In A Software Development Lab Course: A Case Study
Nuno H. Flores, Rui Pinto

(F) Retail Design Education. Designing New and Reframed Learning Tools for Experience-based Learning
Mariagiovanna Di Iorio, Alessandra Spagnoli

(F) Analysis of the feasibility of investment projects in real assets with PBL: A very real experience
Isabel Abinzano, Harold Bonilla, Pilar Corredor, Cristina Del Río, Elena Ferrer, Ana González, José Manuel Mansilla, Beatriz Martínez, Luis Muga

(S) A Framework for Developing Mathematical Tasks for Automatic Formative Assessment in Higher Education
Clara Horvath, Andreas Körner, Lana Medo

Session 4a. Linguistics and Language Teaching I

Wednesday 21, 9:00 – 10:30. Room 1
Chair: Danica Mira Solina

(F) Insights from a transgender student in the EFL classroom: from individual perspective to institutional change
Sergio Peñalver-Férez

(S) English for Engineering: Intercultural formal letter writing
Adrián Pla-Ángel, Begoña Bellés-Fortuño

(S) The explicit teaching of vocabulary in French L2: theoretical models, teaching practices and experimental itineraries
Silvia Domenica Zollo

Session 4b. Economics and Business Education

Wednesday 21, 9:00 – 10:30. Room 2
Chair: Dimitri Prandner

(F) Mathematics in Economic and Business Science: how to reach the top without a pathway
Yeray Rodríguez, Ana Munarriz, Maria Isabel Goicoechea, Maria Jesus Campion

(F) The role of education in fostering entrepreneurial intentions among business students
Laila Cekule, Andrejs Cekuls, Margarita Dunska

(F) The learning motives of business students and postponement
Tarvo Niine, Jelena Hartšenko, Merle Küttim, Anna Kornijenko, Juhan Loorits

Session 4c. Emerging Educational Technology II

Wednesday 21, 9:00 – 10:30. Room 3
Chair: Nuno Flores

(F) Online Repository for Facilitating Teaching and Learning of Undergraduate Statistical Modeling Tools
Qing Wang, Xizhen Cai

(F) The MILAGE LEARN+ app on Higher Education
Mauro Figueiredo, Custódia Fonseca, Paula Ventura, Marielba Zacarias, José Inácio Rodrigues

(F) Leveraging AI to Instruct Architecture Students on Circular Design Techniques and Life Cycle Assessment
Toktam B.Tabrizi, Ozgur Gocer, Arash Sadrieh, Anastasia Globa

(F) When a test-taking strategy is better? An approach from the paradigm of scheduling under explorable uncertainty.
Cristóbal Alfredo Mauricio, Sebastian Davila-Gálvez, Óscar Carlos Vasquez

Session 4d. Digital Transformation

Wednesday 21, 9:00 – 10:30. Room 4
Chair: Barbara Mazza

(F) Microcredentials: an opportunity towards the digital transformation
Fernando J. P. Caetano, Diogo G. Casanova, Darlinda M. P. Moreira

(F) Fostering Cooperation Between Lecturers and TLC Staff to Improve Digital Teaching. Experiences with a Pool of Discipline-specific Experts
Petra Panenka, Ann-Christine Hadam, Hans-Martin Pohl

(F) (Digitally) transforming education in a large university
Iris Peeters, Sylvia Grommen, Hans Tubbax

(F) Enhancing Online Teaching: Addressing the Challenges Faced by Early-Career Academics at Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Nghiem Xuan Huy, Tran Thi Hoai, Le Thi Thuong,, Nguyen Thai Ba, Tuan Thu Trang

Session 5a. Health Education

Wednesday 21, 11:00 – 12:15. Room 1
Chair: John Stevens

(F) Steps towards Enabling Health Professionals through Future Skills
Yvonne Sedelmaier, Dieter Landes

(F) “Map ourselves through Digital Storytelling”: Pedagogical tool in the development of self-knowledge skills on Advanced practice psychiatric-mental health nursing
Carlos Laranjeira, João Gomes, Paula Carvalho, Ana Querido

(S) Competency-based education advances in Higher Education in Health
Pau Martinez-Bueso, Olga Velasco-Roldán, Iosune Salinas-Bueno, Inmaculada Riquelme-Agulló, Elisa Bosch-Donate

Session 5b. Employability I

Wednesday 21, 11:00 – 12:15. Room 2
Chair: Kris Aerts

(F) Myth-busters at work: Development of engineering identity and employability through student research
Jeroen Lievens

(F) Development and piloting of a micro-credential programme in research ethics and integrity leadership – an example from Estonia
Anu Tammeleht, Kertu Rajando, Margit Sutrop

(S) Higher education student work placement and employability
Badroonesha Aumjaud, Brinda Ramasawmy, Brigitte Marie Francoise Driver, Deena Ramful-Baboolall

Session 5c. Innovative Learning and Teaching Experience III

Wednesday 21, 11:00 – 12:15. Room 3
Chair: Katrin Herget

(F) When Intercultural Education is Problematic: The Case of Russian as a Foreign Language
Linda Torresin

(F) Digital Pedagogy for the Present: An Artificial Intelligence Methodology for Curriculum Development
Michelle Anne Rufrano, Jean-Ezra Yeung

(S) New Model to Evaluate Values, Beliefs and Assumptions in the Recognition of Prior Learning
Phil O’Leary


Wednesday 21, 12:15 – 13:15. Room Salón de Actos

What Higher Education can learn from Games – more than fun!
Martin R. Wolf

Session 6a. Evaluation, Feedback & Assessment II

Wednesday 21, 14:30 – 16:00. Room 1
Chair: Nicolaas Luwes

(F) Academic rankings as a source of metrics and benchmark tools for continuous improvement at Técnico Lisboa
Carlos Carvalho Carvalho, João Fernandes

(F) Undergraduates as researchers in Humanities and Social Sciences courses: Articulating assessment by means of micro and macro cooperative and integrated tasks
Mireia Trenchs-Parera, Andreana Pastena

(F) Threshold Tests as a way to encourage long-term, self-regulated learners in Engineering
Danica Solina, Chris Wong, Kate Crawford, Elaine Huber

(S) The PASSt Project: Predictive Analytics and Simulation of Studies aimed at Quality Management and Curriculum Planning
Gabriel Wurzer, Shabnam Tauböck, Markus Reismann, Christian Marschnigg, Sukrit Sharma, Karl Ledermüller, Julia Spörk, Maria Krakovsky

Session 6b. STEM Education

Wednesday 21, 14:30 – 16:00. Room 2
Chair: Merle Küttim

(F) An innovative, technology-enhanced instructional approach to address the diverse competencies of STEM students in math classes
Corinna Modiz, Andreas Körner

(F) Development of scientific skills in Higher Education with a flipped classroom-contest approach
Miguel Garcia-Bosque, Carlos Sánchez-Azqueta, Concepción Aldea, Esther Cascarosa, Santiago Celma

(S) The essentials of science communication in a course engaging both for students and professionals
Maurizio Dabbicco, Franco Liuzzi, Sandra Lucente, Massimo Trotta

(S) Teachers of Natural Sciences: some challenges and perspectives in Brazil
Cristina Leite

(S) Designing co-curriculum experiential learning practice in permaculture for studying science classics
Ming Li

Session 6c. Student Engagement

Wednesday 21, 14:30 – 16:00. Room 3
Chair: Custódia Fonseca

(F) The engagement in university students: Preliminary psychometric analyses of the Spanish version of the Engagement vs. Disaffection with Learning Scale.
Alba Aza, Georgina Guilera, Chuen Ann Chai, Juana Gómez-Benito, Estefania Guerrero, Maite Barrios

(F) Increasing student engagement with COIL Padlet
Barbara Therese Miller, Susan Göldi, Meng Hsien (Jenny) Lin

(F) Positive effects of mindfulness practices on academic performance and well-being
Katia G. Karadjova-Kozhuharova, Ruth L. Baker

(F) Relationship between time management and class attendance in university students: clustering techniques for detection of profiles
Santiago Porras Alfonso, Julio César Puche Regaliza, Silvia Casado Yusta, Athénaïs Marianne Sauvée, Paula Antón Maraña, Joaquín Antonio Pacheco Bonrostro

Session 6d. Innovative Learning and Teaching Experience IV

Wednesday 21, 14:30 – 16:00. Room 4
Chair: Iris Peeters

(F) Peer coaching in a leadership development program: The role of developmental relationships
Laura Cortellazzo, Sara Bonesso, Fabrizio Gerli, Chaima Lazreg

(F) The current HE classroom: Promoting new types of learning, executive function processes and strategies to foster students’ motivation and academic success.
Genny Villa

(F) The value of the teaching quality innovation projects in the universities. The case of Quid Sapienza
Barbara Mazza, Elena Valentini, Cristina Sofia

(S) The search for values as a didactic tool – An interdisciplinary perspective
Andrea Fenice, Renzo Mocini

Session p2. Poster session II

Wednesday 21, 16:00 – 16:45. Faculty Hall

(P) Design and manufacturing of a LIGHTBOARD – Combining the peer-to-peer idea with project based teaching
Anja Pfennig

(P) The impact of technology adoption in teaching and learning within ODeL
Thandiwe Bongani Radebe, Ronny Tebeta, Rendani Wilson Maladzhi

(P) Moodle-based e-learning courses for introduction to critical thinking in a multidisciplinary perspective
Jean-François Bodart, Anne-Frédérique Paul-Antoine, Aline Stevenoot, Corinne Vézirian

(P) Tailoring professional development to postgraduate students: It’s not the chicken, it’s the egg
Marianne Elisabeth Savory

(P) Academic dishonesty, essay mills, and Artificial Intelligence: rethinking assessment strategies
Simon Sweeney

(P) Thinking outside the box – Virtual, intercultural labs in engineering education
Julia Salzinger, Ika Kurniawati, Lars Abrahamczyk, Rüdiger Höffer

(P) Students experience of blended teaching formats in pre-calculus courses
Domenico Brunetto, Giulia Bernardi, Caterina Bassi

(P) Should we be afraid of open book exams? Our experience
Antoni Alegre-Martínez, María Isabel Martínez-Martínez, José Luis Alfonso-Sanchez

(P) Adaptation of the Interprofessional Collaborative Competency Attainment Scale for Usage Across Professions
Monja Pohley, Simon Schmitt,  Aldin Strikovic, Eveline Wittmann

(P) PANDORA challenges us all
Maurizio Dabbicco, Francesco Giordano, Francesca Vessia

(P) Experiencing Third Spaces in between University and Society: Transdisciplinary Learning Experiences in a Shopping Center
Thorsten Philipp, Katarina Marej

Session 7a. Innovative Learning and Teaching Experience V

Wednesday 21, 16:45 – 18:15. Room 1
Chair: Genny Villa

(F) Story/No Story: a narrative design exercise for shared ways of seeing.
John Stevens

(F) Collaborative knowledge construction during computational lab activities in Financial Mathematics
Alice Barana, Marina Marchisio, Adamaria Perrotta, Matteo Sacchet

(F) Learning agroecology through the serious game SEGAE in an online lesson: unveiling its impact on knowledge articulation
Mireille De Graeuwe, Lavena Van Cranenbroeck, Rémy Parent, Clément Serdobbel, Yves Brostaux, Kevin Maréchal

(S) Managing European interuniversity collaboration: A bottom-up approach to identify digital education challenges from below
Alvaro Pina Stranger, German Varas, Gaelle Mobuchon

(S) Education 4.0: MiReBooks – Development and Usage of Mixed Reality for Teaching Mining in Higher Education
Mariaelena Murphy, Manuel Labrador Ortega, Peter Moser, Susanne Feiel

Session 7b. Sustainability II

Wednesday 21, 16:45 – 18:15. Room 2
Chair: Petra Panenka

(F) Deep Learning: a Study on Marine Renewable Energy and Sustainability Education in an Irish Context
Pauline Anne Logue, Roisin Nash, Michael Walsh, Michael Faney, Dearcán Ó Donnghaile

(F) Plant and plan, care and grow. A hands-on exercice using the (inner) sustainable development goals to teach research methodology to final year sociology students
Rosalina Pisco Costa

(F) Community intervention model: social entrepreneurship education as a strategy for a sustainable development
Yadira Zulith Flores Anaya, Martín Arturo Ramírez Urquidy, Roberto Iván Fuentes Contreras

Session 7c. Linguistics and Language Teaching II

Wednesday 21, 16:45 – 18:15. Room 3
Chair: Silvia Domenica Zollo

(F) Exploring second language viewers’ use of cognitive strategies in learning Chinese through multimedia learning resources with captions and social annotations
Shuzhou Lin, Ting Wang, Wei Wei, Jiahui Yang, Sara Cañizal Sardón

(F) Diversity in (word) meaning: Reducing the risk of bias in foreign language vocabulary teaching using prototype theory
Anna Malena Pichler

(F) Enhancing Language Self-Efficacy of EFL University Students through Experiential Learning: A Study of the Learning League Project
Fiona Sze Han Ho, Nick Wong, Angie Wing Chi Li, Lo Lau

(S) Data-Driven Project-Based Learning in Specialized Translation Classes – The Case of Comparable Corpora
Katrin Herget, Teresa Alegre

Session 7d. Management of HE II

Wednesday 21, 16:45 – 18:15. Room 4
Chair: Bernd Kleimann

(F) Cultural heritage and its dissemination through linguistic and technical learning in Higher Education
Daniela Gil-Salom, Eliseo Marzal-Calatayud, Damián López-Rodríguez

(F) Institutional influencers and support for tutoring in a South African higher education institution
Chioma Sylvia Okoro, Nelson Bakali Phiri

(F) Globalisation vs diversity in national languages in HE context: Case of Estonia
Peep Nemvalts, Triin Roosalu, Eve-Liis Roosmaa, Helena Lemendik

(S) Bottom-up Curriculum Innovation through Grants for Lecturers
Miriam Ossevoort, Robert Inklaar, Jan Riezebos

Session 8a. Emerging Educational Technology II

Thursday 22, 9:00 – 10:30. Room 1
Chair: Mark Frydenberg

(F) Designing a Metaverse for an Immersive Learning Experience
Mark Frydenberg, Shivam Ohri

(F) Technology-enhanced learning: Cloud Computing to implement cooperation among schools
Paolo Musmarra, Francesco Saverio Tortoriello, Ilaria Veronesi

(S) Inverting the classroom using on-demand lightboard micro lecture films (learning glass)
Anja Pfennig

(S) Let’s Experience Learning in the Metaverse
Eman Abukhousa

Session 8b. Innovative Learning and Teaching Experience VI

Thursday 22, 9:00 – 10:30. Room 2
Chair: Thomas Fuhrmann

(F) Innovation in Education by Design Thinking
Iris Schmidberger, Sven Wippermann

(F) Combining integrated curriculum and project-based learning: A short film case study from media and communication students
Hibai Lopez-Gonzalez, Maria-Jose Masanet, Maddalena Fedele, Sandra Rius, Jaume E. Vilaseca, Lydia Sánchez, Sergio Villanueva Baselga, Adrien Faure-Carvallo, Anna Marquès, Jorge Franganillo, María Ángeles García Asensio

(S) Teamwork and student engagement during practical sessions in laboratories
Chalak Omar, Sarah Plumb

Session 8c. Evaluation, Feedback and Assessment III

Thursday 22, 9:00 – 10:30. Room 3
Chair: Kate Dunne

(F) The Impact of Practical Training on Student Understanding of Plagiarism
Mairéad Hogan

(F) Evolution of a Continuous Assessment and Feedback Concept in a Computer Science 101 Course
Antje Neve, Dieter Pawelczak

Session 8d. Employability II

Thursday 22, 9:00 – 10:30. Room 4
Chair: Miriam Ossevoort

(F) Reflective Practice ePortfolios: A digital teaching tool to enhance third year BA Culinary and Gastronomic Science students’ professional learning experiences
Clare Gilsenan, Marie English

(F) Job Demands and Resources in the Work of University Teachers in Central and Eastern Europe
Klára Kovács, Beáta Dobay, Szabolcs Halasi, Tamás Pinczés

(F) From training practice in the professional world to university: characterization of Vocational Training students to retain them in university studies
Ana Munarriz, Yeray Rodriguez, Maria Isabel Goicoechea, Maria Jesus Campion

(S) An Examination of Significant Factors Influencing College Student Employment Cognition
Qiaoguan Ye, Ningjie Wu, Sandy Chen, Yinggui Qiu, Hongjie Zhang, Xuan Zhang

Session p3. Poster session III

Thursday 22, 10:30 – 11:15. Faculty Hall

(P) Holey Moley Guacamole! Understanding Foreign Currency Exposure
Valeria Martinez

(P) Creating a Bridge to Post-Traditional Male Student Success at a Community College
Theresa Marie Dereme

(P) EPIC in Action, Measuring Entrepreneurial Competencies in Higher Education
Connie O’Regan, Neil Ferguson, Michelle Millar, Jenny Mullery, Natalie Walsh, Tony Hall

(P) The MEM project: 5 years of experiences, challenges, and outcomes of an international double master-level degree
Roberto Montanari, Abdel-Malek Layek, Gino Ferretti, Alessandro Bernazzoli, Eleonora Bottani, Andrea Volpi, Federico Solari, Letizia Tebaldi, Giorgia Casella, Natalya Lysova, Michele Bocelli, Claudio Suppini, Lucia Orlandini, Monia Bertoli, Andrea Pintus

(P) Multiple-Value Governance in (German) Higher Education: a New Paradigm?
Bernd Kleimann

(P) Development of the “Complex Project” course in the Transport engineering education
Gábor Horváth

(P) Digital identity and body identity: the mutation of the university environment in pandemic times
Rosanna Perrone, Lucia Pallonetto, Carmen Palumbo

(P) Reflective practice to bridge the theory-gap practice in Human-Computer interaction classes
Moretlo Tlale-Mkhize, Janet Liebenberg

(P) The use of TAM in evaluating the effectiveness of network simulation tools in Internet Technologies subject
Dina Moloja

(P) Symbiosis between Learning Analytics and digital transformation
Hans Tubbax, Iris Peeters

(P) Six colours for inclusion: results of an explorative activity in a simplexity approach
Alessio Di Paolo, Iolanda Zollo, Michele Domenico Todino, Maurizio Sibilio

(P) Cybersecurity education in European higher education institutions
Mirva Salminen, Niko Candelin, Kaisa Cullen, Sari Latvanen, Marianne Lindroth, Teemu Matilainen

(P) The impact of digital platforms enhancement on global virtual teams’ engagement across selected business schools
Emil Velinov, Juergen Bleicher, Vincent Montenero

Session 9a. Students Perceptions and Experiences

Thursday 22, 11:15 – 12:30. Room 1
Chair: Anja Pfennig

(F) Evaluating the Impact of Strategies on Students’ Perceptions of Digital Transformation – A Case Study of a Swedish Higher Education Institution
Ellen Mårtensson, Carina Ström Hylén, Henning Brink, Sven Packmohr

(F) My First Six Months: Industrial Design Students Perceptions of their First Semester Experience of Learner-Centred Design Studios
Helen Mclean, William Dim, Soumitri Varadarajan, Caroline Francis

(S) Student perceptions of a remotely operated motor-driven generator in engineering education
Nicolaas Johannes Luwes, Leanri Van Heerden, Walter Commerell

Session 9b. Innovative Learning and Teaching Experience VII

Thursday 22, 11:15 – 12:30. Room 2
Chair: Klára Kovács-Nagy

(F) Ideas on Digitally Supported Individualization of Teaching and Learning for Evolving Competency Requirements
Thomas Fuhrmann, Michael Niemetz

(F) Using Technology Innovation and Blended Delivery for Student-centred Learning in Large Undergraduate Classes
Dominik Holzer, Alberto Pugnale

(F) Postgraduate degree program in Social Business as a new knowledge tool in entrepreneurship and social impact
Karina Isabel Salinas Solis, Natanael Ramírez Angulo, German Osorio Novela

Session 9c. Inclusion and Diversity in HE

Thursday 22, 11:15 – 12:30. Room 3
Chair: Mairéad Hogan

(F) Embeddedness of students with special educational needs in higher education
Anett Hrabéczy, Gabriella Pusztai

(S) Black Digital Humanities in Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Teaching on Diversity, Gender, and Sexuality
Magdalena J Zaborowska, Juan J Rodríguez Barrera

(S) Audiovisual and Accessible Translation from a Transdisciplinary Insight: Curriculum Design and Professional Practice for Intercultural Communication
Mercedes Enríquez-Aranda

(S) Setting Learners up for Success: A Universal Design for Learning Approach to Industry Placement Assessment
Kate Dunne, James Corbett

Session 9d. New Trends and Debates in HE II

Thursday 22, 11:15 – 12:30. Room 4
Chair: Clare Gilsenan

(F) The UNIVAC project: Implementing the user journey approach in accessibility research at university
Blanca Arias-Badia, Irene Hermosa-Ramírez, Mar Ogea, Mireia Oliver, Daniel Segura, Ana Tamayo, Sergi Torner

(F) About change: How institutionally aligning online pedagogy, design and technology impacts higher education teachers
Paula Charbonneau-Gowdy, Caro Galdames

(S) Psychometric Properties of the Spanish-Language Version of the Agentic Engagement Scale (AES): A Preliminary Study
Estefania Guerrero, Maite Barrios, Chuen Ann Chai, Juana Gómez-Benito, Alba Aza, Georgina Guilera


Thursday 22, 12:30 – 13:30. Room Salón de Actos

The Trasformation of the University: Contributing to Integral Human Development
Josep Gallifa Roca


Thursday 22, 13:30 – 14:00. Room Salón de Actos