European projects tracks

focus is on:

a) the demonstration of the impact that outcomes of past European projects had or are expected to have in the next future on the technology enhanced education ;

b) the presentation of concepts, prototyping, etc. that are produced by the on-going European project and that are expected to have a relevant impact on the technology enhanced education;

c) critical analysis of past and on-going experiences.


The European project track will be introduced by:

Liina-Maria Munari (TeLearn & DigiCult Unit)

is a senior administrator and project officer at the European Commission, DG Information Society, Unit E3 (technology-enhanced learning and cultural heritage). In addition to project management, she is coordinating the strategy and policy work related to ICT and learning in the unit. She is a political scientist specialised in EU and international politics and has been with the unit since 2006.


Accepted papers


Social Network Analysis of European Project Consortia to Reveal Impact of Technology-Enhanced Learning Projects
Michael Derntl, Ralf Klamma (RWTH Aachen University)

Global Trends and Forecasts for TEL  – some results from the TEL-Map project
Tore Hoel (Oslo and Akershus University)

How Virtual and Augmented Reality Technologies Helped to Improve the Efficiency of the High-Level Manual Work through the Application of Behavior Analysis Principles
Fabio Tosolin, Elena Algarotti (Technology Enhanced Learning Dept. Association for the Advancement of Radical Behavior Analysis, Milan)


MAGICAL: Collaborative game building as a means to foster reasoning abilities and creativity
Rosa Maria Bottino, Jeff Earp, Michela Ott (Institute of Educational Technology, Italian National Research Council)

Games and Learning Alliance (GaLA) Supporting education and training through hi-tech gaming
Francesco Bellotti, Riccardo Berta, Alessandro De Gloria (University of Genoa)

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