Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 08/Apr/2019
8:00am
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8:15am
Bus transportation to AUD Campus
Location: Movenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach

Complimentary bus transportation will be provided for workshop attendees staying in the JBR area, at or near the Rixos Premium Hotel JBR.

 

Meeting Point: Entrance of Movenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach

 

Meeting Point Coordinates: 25°04'49.3"N 55°08'11.3"E

8:30am
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10:00am
WSS-1: Workshop: STEM 1
Location: AUD-C227
Chair: Haitham Solh, American University in Dubai
 

Engaging the Disengaged Student in Algebra, Geometry, and Statistics.

Nelly Belinga

Ministry of Education, UAE

8:30am
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10:30am
WSA-1: Workshop: Assessment 1
Location: AUD-E421
Chair: Mason Marzbali, American University in Dubai
Chair: Khaled Ali, American University in Dubai
 

Transformation of Engineering Education through Project/Design-Based Education

Siva Chandrasekaran

Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

9:00am
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12:00pm
WSC-1: Workshop: Computing 1
Location: AUD-E309
Chair: Vinod Pangracious, American University in Dubai
 

Engaging Students via Physical Computing

Martin Cápay, Nika Klimová

Constatntine the Philosopher University, Slovak Republic

10:00am
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11:00am
Coffee Break
Location: AUD E-Building Rotunda
10:30am
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12:30pm
WSS-2: Workshop: STEM 2
Location: AUD-C227
Chair: Micheline Bejjani, American University in Dubai
 

Creating a spark in K-12 classrooms with fun hands-on activities

Anis Haque

University of Calgary, Canada

11:00am
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1:00pm
WSA-2: Workshop: Assessment 2
Location: AUD-E421
Chair: Salem Haggag, American University in Dubai
 

Supporting ABET Engineering Learning Outcomes with 7 Active Teaching and Learning Strategies

Araceli Martinez Ortiz, Anthony Samuel Torres

Texas State University, United States of America

12:00pm
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2:30pm
Lunch
Location: AUD Campus
1:30pm
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4:30pm
WSC-2: Workshop: Computing 2
Location: AUD-E301
Chair: Salem Haggag, American University in Dubai
 

Finite Element Analysis for Structural, Motion and Topological Optimization Applications

Erik Witwen Larson

Altair Engineering, United States of America

2:00pm
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4:00pm
WSS-3: Workshop: STEM 3
Location: AUD-E309
Chair: Ramin Masoudi, American University in Dubai
 

An Open and Improved VISIR System Through PILAR Federation for Electrical/Electronics Remote Experiments

Felix Garcia Loro, Manuel Castro

UNED, Spain

2:30pm
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4:30pm
WSA-3: Workshop: Assessment 3
Location: AUD-E421
Chair: Ghaleb Ali Ibrahim, American University in Dubai
 

Learning Analytics Impact on Teaching and Instructional Design in Higher Education

Mohammad Khalil1, Saif Rayyan2

1: University of Bergen, Norway; 2: American University of Ras Al Khaimah, UAE

4:30pm
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6:30pm
Welcome Reception
Location: AUD Campus
4:30pm
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8:00pm
Registration
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer

Registration Desk Open from 15:00 to 20:00

Date: Tuesday, 09/Apr/2019
8:00am
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5:00pm
Registration - All Day
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer

Registration Desk Open

8:30am
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10:15am
T1-A: Roundtable: Diversity and Inclusion
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Aruquia Peixoto, CEFET/RJ
Chair: Micheline Bejjani, American University in Dubai

PANELISTS

Boutheina Tlili, RIT Dubai, UAE

Carina González, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain

Hiba Abdel Jaber, Lacasa Architects & Engineering Consultants, UAE

Kemi Fasae, DIGISTEM, Nigeria

Lisa Keller, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany

 

How Can Computer Science Faculties Increase the Proportion of Women in Computer Science by Using Robots?

Lisa Keller, Isabel John

University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany


A Study on the Support for Women in Engineering Courses

Mayara Rodrigues de Carvalho Fernandes, Kamilla da Silva Duarte, Viviane Rodrigues Madeira, Ana Luiza Lima de Souza, Herlander Alegre da Gama Afonso, Aruquia Peixoto

CEFET/RJ, Brazil


Panel: Women in Engineering - Honoring the Pioneers

Aruquia Peixoto1, Micheline Bejjani2

1: CEFET/RJ, Brazil; 2: American University in Dubai

T1-B: Virtual Presentations B
Location: Aquamarine
Chair: Siraj KM, American University in Dubai
 

Designing A Multi-disciplinary Group Project For Computer Science And Engineering Students

Kheng Leong Tan, Wooi Boon Goh

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


How Electrical and Computer Engineering Departments are Preparing Undergraduate Students for the New Big Data, Machine Learning, and AI Paradigm: A Three-Model Overview

Samuel Olugbenga King

Colorado State University, United States of America


Producing “T-shaped” Engineering Graduates: The Impact of Student Clubs as Learning Communities

Samuel Olugbenga King

Colorado State University, United States of America


Barriers To The Integration Of Digital Technologies In The Classroom: A Case Study Of Teachers In Nigeria

Opeyemi Dele-Ajayi2, Victor Ayodele1, Emma Anderson2, Oluwafemi Alufa1, Itoro Emembolu2, Rebecca Strachan2

1: STEMRES Learning Initiative, Nigeria; 2: Northumbria University, United Kingdom


A Research-led Practice-driven Digital Forensic Curriculum to Train Next Generation of Cyber Firefighters

Syed Naqvi

Birmingham City University, United Kingdom


Creative Entrepreneurship - a Proposal to 2030’s Education

Jovani Castelan1, Gustavo De Lucca1, Carlos Ferreira1, Roderval Marcelino2, Luiz Salomão Ribas Gomez2

1: SATC; 2: UFSC


Teaching Emerging DDoS Attacks on Firewalls: A Case Study of the BlackNurse Attack

Zouheir Trabelsi, Safaa Zeidan, Heba Saleous

UAE University, United Arab Emirates


Exploring the Opportunities of Cisco Packet Tracer Tool For Hands-on Security Courses on Firewalls

Zouheir Trabelsi, Heba Saleous

UAE University, United Arab Emirates

T1-C: Virtual Presentations C
Location: Emerald
Chair: Vinod Pangracious, American University in Dubai
 

Assessment of Oral Communication in Senior Engineering Students

Maria Calle1, José Daniel Soto1, Lucy Garcia1, Adela de Castro1, Luis Torres1, John Candelo2

1: Universidad del Norte, Colombia; 2: Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Sede Medellin


Meaningful Learning Through Virtual Tutors: A Case Study

Garis Coronell, Boris Goenaga, Maria Calle

Universidad del Norte, Colombia


A process for extracting knowledge base for chatbots from text corpora

Aliane Loureiro Krassmann, João Marcos Flach, Anita Raquel Cestari da Silva Grando, Liane Margarida Rockenbach Tarouco, Magda Bercht

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Analyzing the Gender Gap in Computing through the Thoughts of the Brazilian Community

Maria Elaine Santos, Tamires Siqueira Rocha, Francisco Gabriel Oliveira, Vilson Lacerda Brasileiro, Cleyton Caetano Souza

IFPB, Brazil


Beyond 2030 Challenges of Engineering Education in an Information Systems Driven World an Extraction based on Research Topics

Matthias Gottlieb1, Matthias Christoph Utesch1,2, Markus Böhm1

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Staatliche Fachober- und Berufsoberschule Technik München, Germany


The Effects of Multi-Sensory Augmented Reality on Students’ Motivation in English Language Learning

Somaiyeh Vedadi1,2, Zaleha Abdullah2, Adrian David Cheok1

1: Imagineering Institute, Malaysia; 2: University of Technology, Malaysia


A Basic Course Model on Information Security for High School IT Curriculum

Zouheir Trabelsi, Ezedin Barka

UAE University, United Arab Emirates


"How to become an entrepreneur?" - Fostering entrepreneurial thinking of engineers

Lana Plumanns, Daniela Janssen, Rene Vossen, Frank Hees, Ingrid Isenhardt

IMA & IfU of RWTH Aachen University, Germany


Organizational and individual factors for training of the manufacturing workforce in digitalization

Lana Plumanns, Daniela Janssen, Rene Vossen, Ingrid Isenhardt

IMA & IfU, Germany

 
10:15am
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10:45am
Coffee Break
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer
10:45am
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12:15pm
G-1: Plenary: Opening Ceremony
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Alaa K. Ashmawy, American University in Dubai

 

DUBAI WELCOMES EDUCON 2019

Tariq Al Hashimi, Dubai Business Events and City Operations

 

HOST WELCOME AND KEYNOTE

Imad Hoballah, Provost, American University in Dubai

 

EDUCON STEERING COMMITTEE KEYNOTE

Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain

 

IEEE-UAE SECTION KEYNOTE

Eesa Bastaki, President, University of Dubai

 

IEEE REGION 8 KEYNOTE

Adeel Sultan, Vice-Chair Member Activities

 

EDUCON 2020 ANNOUNCEMENT

Gustavo AlvesPolytechnic of Porto, Portugal

Maria Teresa RestivoUniversity of Porto, Portugal

 

VIDEO

Dubai: Engineering Meets Innovation

 

Keynote: Engineering Education through Student Engagement, or Engineering Engagement through Student Education?

Şirin Tekinay

Sabancı University, Turkey

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Turquoise Restaurant - Ground Level
2:00pm
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3:30pm
T2-A: SS: IoTEdu'19 - Internet of Things Education
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Manfred Leisenberg, University of Applied Sciences -FHM Bielefeld
Chair: Dario Assante, Università Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO
 

IoT – a solution for Educational Management challenges

Hamid Doost Mohammadian

University of Applied Sciences (FHM), Germany


Implementation of an Arduino Remote Laboratory with Raspberry Pi

Atilano Fernández-Pacheco, Sergio Martin Gutierrez, Manuel Castro

UNED - Spanish University for Distance Education, Spain


Internet of Energy – a solution for Energy Management challenges

Hamid Doost Mohammadian

University of Applied Sciences (FHM), Germany


An educational IoT-based indoor environment monitoring system

Dario Assante, Claudio Fornaro

Università Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO, Italy


Guidelines for Teaching an Introductory Course on the Internet of Things

Mounib Khanafer, Mohammed El-Abd

American University of Kuwait, Kuwait


M2M learning environment for electric applications

Dario Assante, Roberto Crucco

Università Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO, Italy

T2-B: A2 - Active Learning Methods
Location: Aquamarine
Chair: Supaporn Erjongmanee, Kasetsart University
Chair: Yara C. Almanza-Arjona, Tecnologico de Monterrey
 

Alternative Approach to Teach Probability and Statistics for College Engineering Students

Supaporn Erjongmanee

Kasetsart University, Thailand


Research-based approach to undergraduate Chemical Engineering Education

Yara C. Almanza-Arjona1, Berenice Vergara-Porras1, Beatriz E. García-Rivera2, Salvador E. Venegas-Andraca1,3

1: Escuela de Ingenieria y Ciencias, Tecnologico de Monterrey; 2: Instituto de Ciencias Aplicadas y Tecnología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; 3: Writing Lab, TecLabs, Vicerrectoría de Investigación y Transferencia de Tecnología, Tecnologico de Monterrey. Ave. Eugenio Garza Sada 2501, Monterrey 64849, NL, Mexico.


Narrative Based Motivation For Engineering Students

Henrietta Steenkamp, Andre Leon Nel

University of Johannesburg, South Africa


A Systems Engineering Based Effective Approach for Executing Senior Projects for Engineering Students

Hossny Elsherief

University of California Riverside, United States of America


The International Chair - Concept and Benefits of a New Interdisciplinary Faculty Position

Karl Kirschner, Juergen Bode, Dirk Reith

Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany


LearnIt: A Serious Game to Support Study Methods in Engineering Education

Carlos Vaz de Carvalho, Pedro Bessa, Ricardo Costa, Ana Barata, Alexandra Costa

Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal

T2-C: A4 - Programming Education (1)
Location: Emerald
Chair: Kay Berkling, Cooperative State University
Chair: V Anantha Narayanan, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
 

Pair Programming as a Didactial Approach in Higher Education and its Evaluation

Carolin Gold-Veerkamp, Marco Klopp, Joerg Abke

University of Applied Sciences Aschaffenburg, Germany


T{h}inker for Engaging Learning Experience in Computational Thinking and Programming

Anantha Narayanan V., Shyamala C. K., Shunmuga Velayutham C

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India


To be or not to be, that is the recursive question.

Francisco Fernández de Vega

University of Extremadura, Spain


Collaborative learning with COZMO to teach programming in Scratch and Python

Andreas Humpe, Lars Brehm, Holger Günzel, Olav Hinz, Henrike Martius

University of Applied Sciences Munich, Germany


Teaching Java and Object Oriented Programming by Using Children Board Games

Julia Gabaruk, Doina Logofatu, Damian Großkreuz, Christina Andersson

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany


Koding4Kinder: Teaching Computational Thinking and Programming to School Children

Nada Sharaf1, Ghada Ahmed1, Ahmed Adel1, Slim Abdennadher1, Kay Berkling2

1: The German University in Cairo, Egypt; 2: DHBW Karlsruhe

T2-F: A6 - Assessment (1)
Location: Ruby
Chair: David Huang, The University of Western Australia
Chair: Arthur James Swart, Central University of Technology
 

Detailed Comparison of Instructor and Student-based Assessment in Project Based Learning

Agung W. Setiawan

Biomedical Engineering, School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, ITB, Indonesia


A Knowledge Based System for Automated Assessment of Short Structured questions

Teshna Luchoomun, Muhammad Yusuf Chumroo, Vidasha Ramnarain-Seetohul

University Of Mauritius, Mauritius


A case-study of automated feedback assessment

Omid Mirmotahari1, Yngvar Berg1, Stein Gjessing1, Ester Fremstad2, Crina Damsa2

1: Dept. of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway; 2: Dept. of Education, University of Oslo, Norway


Correlating learning outcomes to the graduate attributes of the International Engineering Alliance in a problem-based learning module

Arthur James Swart1, Marietjie Havenga2

1: Central University of Technology, South Africa; 2: North West University, South Africa


Optimization of Quality Assessment and Evaluation Approach for Engineering Program Accreditation

Sidi Mohamed Ahmed Ghaly

AL IMAM University, Saudi Arabia


Communication Technologies Course with Intensive Mode Teaching: a Case Study

David Huang, Lu Jin

The University of Western Australia, Australia

T2-G: A3 - Entrepreneurship
Location: Amber
Chair: Maria del Mar Martinez Diaz, KU Leuven/ EIT InnoEnergy
Chair: Svein Hagen, University of South-Eastern Norway
 

Entrepreneurship Education for Engineering Students -- A Survey of Former Students Self-Employment and Market Attraction

Harald Hasleberg1, Kari H. Voldsund2, Svein Thore Hagen1

1: University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway; 2: Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway


The Entrepreneurship Journey. Fostering engineering students' entrepreneurship by startup creation

Mar Martínez1, Xavier Crusat2

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: Innoenergy, The Netherlands


The effect of computer self-efficacy on entrepreneurial aspirations of students

Ioannis Sitaridis, Fotis Kitsios

University of Macedonia, Greece


Coopetition: Industrial interplay to foster innovative entrepreneurship in energy engineering education

Scarlett Nadir Tokunaga Contreras1, Mar Martinez Diaz1, Xavier Crusat2

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: InnoEnergy

T2-H: A5 - MOOCs
Location: Pearl
Chair: Rafael Jiménez Castañeda, Cadiz University
Chair: Kevin Anthony Jones, Nanyang Technological University
 

MOOCs in Secondary Education - Experiments and Observations from German Classrooms

Thomas Staubitz, Ralf Teusner, Christoph Meinel

Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI), Germany


MOOC Lab, a Massive Online Laboratory with Real Time access

Manuel E. Macias, Elvira Guadalupe Rincón

Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico


Sustaining or disruptive: Future of MOOC innovation in tertiary education still up for grabs

Kevin Anthony Jones1, Ravi Sharma2

1: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 2: University of Canterbury, New Zealand


MoocRec: Learning Styles-Oriented MOOCs Recommender and Search Engine

Saugat Aryal, Nuwan Kodagoda, Kushnara Suriyawansa

Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology, Sri Lanka


Developing Health Technology Innovators: A collaborative learning approach

Marieke Agterbos4, Frank Aldershoff4, Oisin Cawley2, Norbert Jung5, Joseph Kehoe2, Eric Klok4, Andreas Künz3, Jan Harald Nilsen6, Patrick Jost3, Irene Rothe5, Grethe Sandstrak1, Reidun Skar1, Karl-Heinz Weidman3

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology; 2: Institute of Technology Carlow; 3: Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences; 4: Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences; 5: Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg; 6: 3D Motion Technologies


Standardization guide to develop collaborative Massive Open Courses for engineering teaching in DIEGO project

Rafael Jiménez Castañeda1, Manuel Castro Gil2, German Jiménez Ferrer1, Daniella Suger Bedorin3, Lourdes Socarras Mérida3, Gabriel Quiroga Salomon4, Cristian Guzman Quaharre3

1: Cadiz University, Spain; 2: UNED, Spain; 3: Galileo University, Guatemala; 4: National University of Chilecito, Argentina

T2-D: Collaborative & Demo Space
Location: Jade

Available for reservation at the Registration Desk

 
3:30pm
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4:00pm
Coffee Break
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer
4:00pm
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5:30pm
T3-A: Workshop: Educational Robotics
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Aruquia Peixoto, CEFET/RJ
Chair: Viviane Rodrigues Madeira, CEFET/RJ
 

Encouraging Diversity and Inclusion through Educational Robotics and Programming Tools

Pedro Plaza1, Aruquia Peixoto2, Elio Sancristobal1, German Carro1, Manuel Castro1, Mónica Muñoz1, Garcia-Loro Felix1

1: UNED, Spain; 2: CEFET/RJ, Brazil

T3-B: A1 - Lab and Simulation Tools (1)
Location: Aquamarine
Chair: Martin Jaeger, Australian College of Kuwait
Chair: Robin T. Bye, NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology
 

HeatShield: a low-cost didactic device for control education simulating 3D printer heater blocks

Gergely Takács, Martin Gulan, Juraj Bavlna, Richard Köplinger, Michal Kováč, Erik Mikuláš, Sohaibullah Zarghoon, Richard Salíni

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovak Republic


On the Development of Laboratory Projects in Modern Engineering Education

Robin T. Bye, Ottar L Osen

NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway


The Impact of Laboratory Courses in Technical Study Programs – Knowledge Earning or Not Much Learning? An approach from daily observation

Damian Großkreutz, Doina Logofatu, Anna Schott

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany


Deeper theoretical understanding by means of practical experience in electric and electronic circuits for freshmen

Ingo Gross, Dirk Reith, Martina Grein, Iris Gross

Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany


Process Learning Simulator: Trial and Error, Thinking and Learning Effectiveness

Martin Jaeger1, Desmond Adair2

1: Australian College of Kuwait, Kuwait; 2: University of Tasmania, Australia


Learning of high mathematics using computational tools and a Ludic Game - field case of its successful use in two Public Universities of Peru

Guillermo Prudencio1, Hilda Herrera2, Juan Jiménez2, Samuel Armacanqui3, Wilfredo Garcia1, Leonor Zegarra1, Enrique Sarmiento1

1: National University of Engineering, Peru; 2: National University of Ica; 3: International Centre of Innovation - ICI

T3-C: A6 - Data Analytics
Location: Emerald
Chair: Saif Rayyan, American University of Ras Al Khaimah
Chair: Tobias Rohloff, Hasso Plattner Institute
 

Utilizing Web Analytics in the Context of Learning Analytics for Large-Scale Online Learning

Tobias Rohloff, Sören Oldag, Jan Renz, Christoph Meinel

Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany


From heterogeneous activities to unified analytics dashboards

Iván Martínez-Ortiz, Dan Cristian Rotaru, Iván J. Pérez-Colado, Manuel Freire, Baltasar Fernández-Manjón

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain


Market Basket Analysis of Student Attendance Records

Mohammed Hussain1, Abdullah Hussein2

1: Zayed University, United Arab Emirates; 2: University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates


Investigating the Data Science Skill Gap: An Empirical Analysis

Patrick Mikalef, John Krogstie

Norwegian University of Science and Technology


Towards a new adaptive learning scripting model for LMS

Jeanne Pia Malick Sene1, Ndeye Massata Ndiaye2, Gaoussou Camara1, Claude Lishou3

1: Universite Alioune DIOP de BAMBEY(UADB), Senegal; 2: Universite Virtuelle du Senegal(UVS),Senegal; 3: Université Cheikh Anta DIOP de Dakar,Senegal

T3-F: A5 - Remote Learning
Location: Ruby
Chair: Elena Olvera, ITESM
Chair: Galena Pisoni, University of Trento
 

Achievement, engagement and student satisfaction in a synchronous online course

Elena Olvera, Claudia López, Juan Olivares

ITESM, Mexico


Dissemination of Knowledge and Sharing Experiences in Emerging Issues through a Remote Summer School

Ruchira Rohanajith Abeyweera1, Gwenaëlle Guillerme2, Nihal Srikantha Senanayake1, Thanushka Sandaruwan Peiris3, Jeevan Jayasuriya4, Torsten Henry Fransson5

1: The Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL), Sri Lanka; 2: T.I.M.E. Association, Paris, France; 3: Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB), Norochcholai, Sri Lanka; 4: EIT InnoEnergy, Stockholm, Sweden; 5: EIT InnoEnergy, Eindhoven, Netherlands


Real-time distance courses to improve satisfaction and competence - A case study on the performance of students observing their grades.

Martha Elena Núñez1, Juan-Carlos Rojas2, Miguel X Rodriguez-Paz3

1: Tecnologico de Monterrey, Escuela de Arquitectura, Arte y Diseño, Puebla, Mexico; 2: Tecnologico de Monterrey, Escuela de Arquitectura, Arte y Diseño, Monterrey, Mexico; 3: Tecnologico de Monterrey, Escuela de Ingeniería y Ciencias, Puebla, Mexico


Benefits and challenges of distributed student activities in online education settings: cross-university collaborations on a pan-European level

Galena Pisoni1, Maurizio Marchese1, Frederic Renouard2

1: University of Trento, Italy; 2: EIT Digital and University of Rennes, France


What kind of teacher achieves student engagement in a synchronous online model?

Linda Medina Herrera, José Carlos Miranda Valenzuela

Tecnológico de Monterrey, México


The Use of Technology to Support Learning at Western Region Institutes, UAE

Ghassan Frache, Gratchia Mkrttchian, Kostas Stavropoulos, George Tombras

Abu Dhabi Vocational Education and Training, United Arab Emirates

T3-G: A3 - Employability
Location: Amber
Chair: Christian Madritsch, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences
Chair: Dario Assante, Università Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO
 

Innovative Elements for a Balanced and Successful Study and Work Program in Part-time Engineering Education

Wolfgang Werth, Christian Madritsch

Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria


Analyzing Cybersecurity Job Market Needs in Morocco by Mining Job Ads

Ibrahim Rahhal1,2, Ibtissam Makdoun1,2, Ghita Mezzour1, Imane Khaouja1,2, Kathleen Carley3, Ismail Kassou2

1: International University of Rabat, Morocco; 2: Université Mohammed V Rabat, Morocco; 3: Institute for Software Research Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA


Student engagement in cross-domain innovation development and impact it on learning outcomes and career development in Electrical Engineering

Nadezda Kunicina1, Rasa Bruzgiene2, Anatolijs Zabasta1, Antons Patlins1, Neringa Dubauskiene2, Leonids Ribickis1

1: Riga Technical University, Latvia; 2: Kaunas University of Technology


Smart education in the context of Industry 4.0

Dario Assante, Alessandro Caforio, Marta Flamini, Elpidio Romano

Università Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO, Italy


Parents’ views on higher education abroad – a focus group study for launching a new engineering university in Eastern Europe.

Oksana Zhirosh1, Tanya Stanko2, Elena Chernyshkova3

1: Innopolis University; 2: Kazan National Research Technical University named after A.N.Tupolev - KAI; 3: University of Navarra - Spain, Ural State University - Russia

T3-H: SS: IDEE'19 - Inclusion and Diversity in Engineering Education (1)
Location: Pearl
Chair: Carina González, Universidad de La Laguna
Chair: Ruth Schorr, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
 

On Teaching Intercultural Competencies Using Ethnography and Cultural Dimension Theory

Ruth Schorr, Lotte Rose, Martina Voigt

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany


Influence of Student Diversity on Educational Trajectories in Engineering High-Failure Rate Courses that Lead to Late Dropout

Juan Pablo Salazar-Fernandez1,2, Marcos Sepúlveda1, Jorge Munoz-Gama1

1: Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile; 2: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile


Actions to promote diversity in engineering studies: a case study in a Computer Science Degree

Alicia García-Holgado1, Andrea Vázquez-Ingelmo1, Sonia Verdugo-Castro1, Carina González2, Mª Cruz Sánchez Gómez1, Francisco J. García-Peñalvo1

1: GRIAL Research Group, University of Salamanca, Spain; 2: University of La Laguna, Spain


Diversity and inclusion: buzzword or real value?

Letizia Clementi, Riccardo Cavadini, Fabiola Casasopra, Marco Rabozzi, Sara Notargiacomo, Marco Domenico Santambrogio

Politecnico di Milano, Italy


A Low-Cost Autonomous Attention Assessment System for Robot Intervention with Autistic Children

Fady S. Alnajjar1, Abdulrahman Renawi2, Massimiliano Cappuccio2, Omar Mubain3

1: College of Information Technology, United Arab Emirates University; 2: Department of Philosophy, United Arab Emirates University; 3: Human-Centred Computing & Human-Computer Interaction, Western Sydney University


Work in Progress: Curricular STEMification, In-Service Teacher Education, and Course Development in a Semi-Periphery Country: An American and Chinese Collaboration

Douglas Lecorchick1, Bryanne Peterson2

1: North Carolina State University; 2: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

T3-D: Collaborative & Demo Space
Location: Jade

Available for reservation at the Registration Desk

 
Date: Wednesday, 10/Apr/2019
8:00am
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5:00pm
Registration - All Day
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer

Registration Desk Open

8:30am
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10:15am
W1-A: A3 - STEM & K-12 Education (1)
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Martin Cápay, Constantine the Philosopher University
Chair: Sebastian Gross, The MathWorks GmbH
 

Inquiry-based learning and trialogical knowledge-creation approach in Smart Schoolhouse supported by IoT devices kits

Marge Kusmin

Tallinn University, Estonia


Engage Your Students via Physical Computing!

Martin Cápay, Nika Klimová

Constatntine the Philosopher University, Slovak Republic


K-12 school/industry partnership for modelling and simulation

Sebastian Gross1, Eomji Park1, Annette Pickl2, Tim Storck2,3

1: The MathWorks GmbH, Ismaning, Germany; 2: Rupprecht-Gymnasium München, Munich, Germany; 3: Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München, Munich, Germany


Teaching Mobile Application Development in 20 Hours for High School Girls: A Web-Based Approach

Hend Al-Khalifa, Hadil Faisal, Ghadah Al-Gumaei

King Saud University, Saudi Arabia


STEM and educational robotics using Scratch

Pedro Plaza, Elio Sancristobal, German Carro, Manuel Blazquez, Felix Garcia-Loro, Mónica Muñoz, Maria Jose Albert, Belen Moriñigo, Manuel Castro

UNED, Spain


Impact of online education in Jordan: results from the MUREE project

Llanos Tobarra1, Rafael Pastor1, Antonio Robles-Gomez1, Jesus Cano1, Bashar Hammad2, Abdullah Al-Zoubi3, Roberto Hernandez1, Manuel Castro4

1: Department of Comunications and Control, National Distance University (UNED), Madrid, Spain; 2: Mechanical and Maintenance Engineering, German Jordanian University, Jordan; 3: Communication Engineering Department, Princess Sumaya University Technology, Amman, Jordan; 4: Electrical and Computer Engineering National Distance University (UNED), Madrid, Spain

W1-B: A2 - Student Engagement (1)
Location: Aquamarine
Chair: Conrado Rosales Torres, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
Chair: Jorge Membrillo-Hernandez, Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
 

Engaging Part-Time Students in Software Security by Inductive Learning

Egon Teiniker1, Gerhard Seuchter1, William Farrelly2

1: FH JOANNEUM, Austria; 2: Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Ireland


Discovering Students’ Engagement Behaviors in Confidence-based Assessment

Rabia Maqsood1, Paolo Ceravolo1, Sebastián Ventura2

1: University of Milan, Italy; 2: University of Cordoba, Spain


Including Active Learning in an Online Database Management Course for Industrial Engineering Students

Christina Andersson1, Gerald Kroisandt2, Doina Logofatu1

1: Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 2: Htwsaar, Germany


The i-Semester Experience: Undergraduate Challenge-Based Learning within the Automotive Industry

Roberto J. Mora-Salinas, Carlos R. Gijón R., Conrado Rosales Torres, D. H. Castillo, Miguel X. Rodriguez-Paz

Tecnologico de Monterrey, Escuela de Ingeniería y Ciencias, Puebla, México


Student Engagement Outside the Classroom: Analysis of a Challenge-Based Learning Strategy in Biotechnology Engineering

Jorge Membrillo-Hernandez1,2, Rodrigo B. Muñoz-Soto1, Álvaro C. Rodríguez-Sánchez1, Josefina Castillo-Reina1, Patricia Vázquez-Villegas2,3, José A. Díaz-Quiñonez4, Alicia Ramírez-Medrano1

1: Departamento de Bioingeniería, Escuela de Ingeniería y Ciencias. Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Región Ciudad de México.; 2: Writing Lab, TecLabs, Vicerrectoría de Investigación y Transferencia de Tecnología, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Ave. Eugenio Garza Sada 2501, Monterrey 64849, NL, Mexico; 3: Escuela de Ingeniería y Ciencias. Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, México; 4: Instituto de Diagnóstico y Referencia Epidemiológicos, Av. Francisco de P. Miranda 177, Lomas de Plateros, 01480 Ciudad de México, México


Training Reading and Writing through Text-based Games; Step 1: Adapting to Gamer Type.

Nikhil Sharma2, Kay Berkling1

1: Cooperative State University, Germany; 2: Indian Institute of Technology Tirupati

W1-C: SS: OER'19 - Open Education Resources
Location: Emerald
Chair: Riadh Habash, University of Ottawa
Chair: Andrea Schwandt, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences
 

New Open Educational Resources framed in the Microelectronics Cloud Alliances Project: Strengthen the collaboration between the Labor Market and Higher Education

Rosario Gil Ortego1, Manuel Castro Gil1, Francisco Javier Leal Juarez2, Rafael Jiménez Castañeda3, Slavka Tzanova4

1: Spanish University for Distance Education (UNED), Spain; 2: INOMA Renovables SL, Spain; 3: Cadiz University, Spain; 4: Technical University of Sofia (TUS), Bulgaria


Student Active Learning Tool for Producing Open Educational Resources in Microwave Engineering Education

Abdallah Al-Zoubi

Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Jordan, Hashemite Kingdom of


Information retrieval model for Open Educational Resources

Manuel Sucunuta1, Guido Riofrio2, Edmundo Tovar3

1: Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja; 2: Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja; 3: Politecnica de Madrid


Make it open - Improving usability and availability of an FPGA remote lab

Andrea Schwandt, Marco Winzker

Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany


A proposal of Quality Assessment of OER based on emergent technology

Audrey Romero-Pelaez, Veronica Segarra-Faggioni, Nelson Piedra, Edmundo Tovar

Universidad Tecnica Particular de Loja, Loja, Ecuador


g9toengineering: A Virtual Community of Practice in Knowledge Creation

Riadh Habash

University of Ottawa, Canada

W1-F: A4 - Programming Education (2)
Location: Ruby
Chair: Ulrich Schäfer, Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden
Chair: Vianney Lara, Tecnológico de Monterrey
 

Using Brain Computer Interaction in Programming Problem Solving

Ana Rita Teixeira1, Joana Eloy2, António José Mendes3, Anabela Gomes4

1: Coimbra Polytechnic - ESEC & Institute of Electronics and Informatics Engineering of Aveiro – University of Aveiro; 2: Coimbra Polytechnic - ISEC; 3: Centre for Informatics and Systems – University of Coimbra, Portugal; 4: Coimbra Polytechnic - ISEC & Centre for Informatics and Systems – University of Coimbra, Portugal


Teaching Modern C++ with Flipped Classroom and Enjoyable IoT Hardware

Ulrich Schäfer

Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden, Germany


PasOnto: ontology for learning pascal programming language

Baboucar Diatta1, Adrien Basse1, Samuel Ouya2

1: University Alioune Diop of Bambey, Senegal, Senegal; 2: Department Computer Engineering University Cheikh Anta Diop Dakar Sénégal


Pyweekend: Not Your Typical Hackathon

Rafael Ignacio Bonilla, Estefania Lozano, Roger Granda

ESPOL, Ecuador


Introductory Programming Using Non-Textual Modalities - An Empirical Study on Skill Assessment Using Rainfall Problem

Vibha Rao, Thangavelu S., Shymala C. K., Shunmuga Velayutham C.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India


First-year Engineering Students Engagement by Hands-on Experience with Star Wars Robotics

Vianney Lara-Prieto, Jacob de la Cruz-Hinojosa, Eduardo J. Arrambide-Leal, Francisco Palomera-Palacios, M. Ileana Ruiz-Cantisani, Juan Manuel Campos-Sandoval

Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico

W1-G: A5 - Technology-Assisted Learning
Location: Amber
Chair: Miguel X. Rodriguez-Paz, Tecnologico de Monterrey
Chair: Tobias Rohloff, Hasso Plattner Institute
 

From MOOCs to Micro Learning Activities

Max Bothe, Jan Renz, Tobias Rohloff, Christoph Meinel

Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany


Use of an offline video repository as a tool to improve students’ performance in Engineering courses versus real-time long distance courses

Miguel X. Rodriguez-Paz1, Jorge A. Gonzalez-Mendivil1, Juan-Carlos Rojas2, Martha Elena Núñez3

1: Tecnologico de Monterrey, Escuela de Ingeniería y Ciencias, Puebla, Mexico; 2: Tecnologico de Monterrey, Escuela de Arquitectura, Arte y Diseño, Monterrey, Mexico; 3: Tecnologico de Monterrey, Escuela de Arquitectura, Arte y Diseño, Puebla, Mexico


GOAL: Generating Learning Opportunities in Logistics

Ernesto Armando Pacheco-Velázquez, Marlene Aguilar-Abalo

Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Ciudad de México, Mexico


Critical Incidents for Technology Enhanced Learning in Vocational Education and Training

Adrian Wilke, Johannes Magenheim

Paderborn University, Germany


An Effective Framework for Enhancing Student Engagement and Performance in Final Year Projects

Usman Naeem1, Syed Islam2, Arish Siddiqui3

1: Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom; 2: University College London; 3: University of East London


Understanding the Foundations of Electromagnetic Field Theory with Computer Software

N. Fusun Oyman Serteller, Gulten Kari

Marmara University,Turkey

W1-H: A3 - Ethics and Globalization
Location: Pearl
Chair: Khalid Said Rabayah, Arab American university
Chair: Sarma Cakula, Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences
 

Faculty Perception of Engineering Student Cheating and Effective Measures to Curb It

Sami W. Tabsh1, Hany A. El-Kadi2, Akmal S. Abdelfatah1

1: American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates; 2: Zayed University


Technology-Based Communication in the Business Company

Madara Pauga, Sarma Cakula

Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences, Latvia


Multicultural experiences in Global Projects

Pedro Orta, Horacio Ahuett-Garza, Pedro Daniel Urbina-Coronado, Ricardo Ramirez-Mendoza

Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Mexico


Transdisciplinary Learning Community: A model to enhance collaboration between higher education institutions and society

Jorge Lozoya-Santos, Brenda Guajardo-Leal, Adriana Vargas-Martínez, Indira Molina-Gaytán, Rubén Morales-Menéndez, Ricardo Ramírez-Mendoza, Armando Román-Flores

Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico


The Role of Cultural Norms in Defining E-learning Acceptance; A Palestinian Case Study

Khalid Said Rabayah

Arab American university, Palestinian Territories

W1-D: GEDC Meeting
Location: Jade
Chair: Şirin Tekinay, Sabancı University
Chair: Khalid Hussain, University of Wollongong in Dubai

Booked: UAE-EDC Meeting with GEDC Chair Elect

 
10:15am
-
10:45am
Coffee Break
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer
10:45am
-
12:15pm
G-2: Plenary: Keynote Lectures
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Michael Auer, CTI
Chair: Henrique Santos, University of Minho
 

Keynote: Education in the Digital Age – Education for the Digital Age

Helmut Krcmar

Technische Universität München, Germany


Keynote: IFEES and the GEDC Global Attributes

Hans-Jürgen Hoyer

IFEES-GEDC, United States of America

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Turquoise Restaurant - Ground Level
1:30pm
-
3:00pm
W2-A: A1 - Augmented Reality and Virtual Environments
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Carlos Delgado Kloos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Chair: Danielle Stephanie Ceulemans, Delft University of Technology
 

360 degree virtual tour for educational purposes. An exploratory study on the design elements

Danielle Stephanie Ceulemans1,2, Renate G. Klaassen1,2

1: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The; 2: 4TU.Centre for Engineering Education


Virtual Reality Models for Promoting Learner Engagement in Construction Studies

Don Amila Sajeevan Samarasinghe, Suhaimi Abd-Latif, Nilufa Baghaei

Otago Polytechnic Auckland International Campus, New Zealand


FireEscape: a Gamified Coordinative Approach to Multiplayer Fire-Safety Training

Ioana Paula Stroe, Aurelia Ciupe, Serban Meza, Bogdan Orza

Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania


Impact of visuospatial abilities on perceived enjoyment of students toward an AR-simulation system in physics course

María Blanca Ibáñez1, Angela Di Serio2, Diego Villarán1, Carlos Delgado-Kloos1

1: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid; 2: Universidad Simón Bolívar


Automated Assessment in Learning and Teaching Programming Languages using Virtual Learning Environment

Ján Skalka, Martin Drlík, Juraj Obonya

Constantine the Philosopher University, Slovak Republic

W2-B: SS: SEE'19 - Smart Engineering Education (1)
Location: Aquamarine
Chair: Jeffrey P. Bakken, Bradley University
Chair: Vladimir Uskov, Bradley University
 

Innovative InterLabs System for Smart Learning Analytics in Engineering Education

Vladimir Uskov, Jeffrey Bakken, Ashok Shah, Nicholas Hancher, Cade McPartlin, Kaustubh Gayke

Bradley University, United States of America


Engineering Solutions on Multimodal Profiling Tool for Digital Jobs Analysis and Matching of Requirements Competences Framework

Danguole Rutkauskiene, Daina Gudoniene

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania


Automation, Technology Transfer and Managerial Practices for the Organizational Growth of SMEs. An Advanced Smart Curriculum for the Competitiveness

Nunzio Casalino1, Barbara Borin1, Giuliana Pizzolo2, Simone Cavallini2

1: LUISS Business School and Marconi University; 2: LUISS Business School


Crowdsourcing-Based Learning: the Effective Smart Pedagogy for STEM Education

Vladimir Uskov, Jeffrey Bakken, Lavanya Aluri

Bradley University, United States of America


Smart Technologies. Application for International Cooperation in Taxation.

Natalya Vladimirovna Serdyukova1, Ivan Kolpashnikov2

1: the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration of the Russian Federation, Russian Federation; 2: Thomson Reuters


Awareness and Cooperation of Relevant Stakeholders by Improving a Curriculum for SMEs Sustainability and Increasing Competences Related to Green Tourism

Nunzio Casalino1, Barbara Borin1, Giuliana Pizzolo2, Simone Cavallini2

1: LUISS Business School and Marconi University; 2: LUISS Business School

W2-C: A3 - STEM & K-12 Education (2)
Location: Emerald
Chair: Ghassan Frache, Abu Dhabi Vocational Education and Training
Chair: Alexander Gurov, Bauman Moscow State Technical University
 

Promoting and Implementing Digital STEM Education at Secondary Schools in Africa

Denis Gillet1, Bosun Tijani2, Senam Beheton3, Juan Carlos Farah1, Diana Dikke5, Aurelle Noutahi3, Rosa Doran6, Nuno R. C. Gomes6, Sam Rich4, Ton de Jong7, Célia Gavaud8

1: EPFL, Switzerland; 2: CcHub; 3: EtriLabs; 4: eLimu; 5: IMC; 6: NUCLIO; 7: University of Twente; 8: MitoTech


Teachers’ Perceptions about using Serious Games in Formal Education in Jordan: Possibilities and Limitations

Mohammad Assaf1, Jos van Hillegersberg1, Ton Spil1, Nariman Arikat2

1: University of Twente, Netherlands; 2: Bunat Alghad Academy, Jordan


Research and Categorization of Conceptual Difficulties in Electricity’s Concepts and Basic Laws

Ghassan Frache1, Konstantinos Stavropoulos2, Gerasimos G. Vavasis3, Efstratios C. Kapotis3, Gratchia Mkrttchian2, Hector E. Nistazakis3, George S. Tombras3

1: Abu Dhabi Vocational Education & Training Institute, United Arab Emirates; 2: Higher Colleges of Technology, Baynounah Educational Complex, Abu Dhabi, UAE; 3: Department of Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece


Promoting Computational Thinking skills in primary school students to improve learning of geometry

Leovy Echeverría1, Ruth Cobos2, Mario Morales3, Fernando Moreno1, Víctor Negrete1

1: Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia; 2: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, España; 3: Universidad de Córdoba, Colombia


The Influence of Interactive Art of Visual Music on the Creativity of Science and Engineering Students

Hsin-Yun Chang1, Hao-Chiang Lin2, Ting-Ting Wu3, Yueh-Min Huang1

1: National Cheng Kung University; 2: National Tainan University; 3: National Yulin University of Science and Technology

W2-F: A5 - Online Education
Location: Ruby
Chair: Xiaolong Xu, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Chair: Abdallah Al-Zoubi, Princess Sumaya University for Technology
 

Cyber-Training: relations, connections, negative and synergistic reactions

Dorin Isoc, Teodora Surubaru

GRAUR - Group for Reform and University Alternative, Romania, Cluj-Napoca


The e-LIVES project: e-Engineering where and when students need

Manuel Gericota1, Guillaume Andrieu2, Claire Dalmay2, Paulo Ferreira1, Andre Fidalgo1

1: School of Engineering - Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal; 2: University of Limoges, France


Megrez: MOOC-oriented EEG-based Arousal of Brain Detection and Adjustment Scheme

Haoyan Xu, Xiaolong Xu

Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China, People's Republic of


Design and implementation of an online remediation course

Ndeye Massata Ndiaye

Virtual university of Senegal, Senegal

W2-G: A3 - Policy & Society
Location: Amber
Chair: Ruben Morales-Menendez, Tecnológico de Monterrey
 

Development of an Educational Ecosystem that Supports Engineering Research

Varghese Panthalookaran

Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, India


Research Path that Improves the Student Engagement

Ruben Morales-Menendez1, Francisco J Cantu Ortiz1, Nathalie Galeano Ramirez1, James Fangmeyer2, Ana Marcela Hernandez de Menendez1

1: Tecnológico de Monterrey; 2: Catholic University of America, USA


Place and role of K-MOOC in Hungarian and Trans-border Education

Istvan Simonics

Obuda University, Hungary


A system engineering approach in orienting traditional engineering towards modern engineering

Adel Alblawi, AbdulAziz Alsayyari, Mohammad Sadique Nawab

Shaqra University, Saudi Arabia


Media competence: Enable for digitization

Denise Gramss

University of Applied Management, Germany


Work Placement in Higher Education

Robert Immerstein, Harald Hasleberg, Terje Bråthen

University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway

W2-H: SS: IREP'19 - Innovation in Real Engineering Projects
Location: Pearl
Chair: Vinod Pangracious, American University in Dubai
Chair: Songsu Son, American University in Dubai
 

Evaluating project based education for IT-system engineering

Jan Renz, Christoph Meinel

HPI, Germany


Enhancing Electric Energy Systems Final Project through Real Engineering Design Problems

Manuel Travassos Valdez2, Carlos Machado Ferreira2, Fernando Maciel-Barbosa1

1: University of Porto & INESC TEC, PT, Portugal; 2: Departamento de Engenharia Eletrotécnica Coimbra Polytechnic - ISEC Coimbra, Portugal


Predicting Bitcoin Prices using Deep Learning

Maninder Jeet Kaur, S Yogeshwaran, Piyush Maheshwari

Amity University, United Arab Emirates


Project Based Learning methodology to improve electrical efficiency in road lighting

Jorge M. F. Monteiro2, Tiago A. P. Figueiredo2, Rita M. Monteiro Pereira2, Adelino J. C. Pereira2, Fernando Maciel-Barbosa1

1: University of Porto, PT, Portugal; 2: Departamento de Engenharia Eletrotécnica Coimbra Polytechnic - ISEC Coimbra, Portugal


Thermal engine using Nitinol wire

Ghaleb Ali Ibrahim, Salem Haggag, Moon Diab, Hadi Abbas, Laith Al Qassem

American University in Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Integration of Real-World Project Tasks in a Course on Automation and Robot Engineering

Erik Hultman1, Mats Leijon1,2

1: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

W2-D: EDUCON Steering Committee - by invitation only
Location: Jade
Chair: Manuel Castro, UNED
Chair: Michael Auer, CTI
 
3:00pm
-
3:30pm
Coffee Break
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
W3-A: Industry Workshop - Cloud Services for Engineering Education
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Sebastian Gross, The MathWorks GmbH
Chair: Stefano Olivieri, Mathworks
 

Teaching with MATLAB in the Cloud

Sebastian Gross, Stefano Olivieri

The MathWorks GmbH, Germany

W3-B: SS: SEE'19 - Smart Engineering Education (2)
Location: Aquamarine
Chair: Vladimir Uskov, Bradley University
Chair: Jeffrey P. Bakken, Bradley University
 

Machine Learning-based Predictive Analytics of Student Academic Performance in STEM Education

Vladimir Uskov, Jeffrey Bakken, Ashok Shah, Adam Byerly

Bradley University, United States of America


Engaging Control Systems Students with a Pneumatic Levitator Project

Diana Marcela Ovalle, Luis Francisco Combita

UNIVERSIDAD DISTRITAL FRANCISCO JOSE DE CALDAS, Colombia


Adaptable Concept for Projects in Computer Science Degree Programs – An Experience Report

Jens Liebehenschel

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany


Assessing the Reliability of Automated Knowledge Control Results

Natalia Alexandrovna Serdyukova1, Vladimir Ivanovich Serdyukov2,3, Sergey Sergeevich Neustroev3, Svetlana Ivanovna Shishkina2

1: Plekhanov University of Economics, Russian Federation; 2: Bauman Moscow State Technical University;; 3: Institute of Education Management of the Russian Academy of Education


Can Instructors Use Social Media to Enhance Learning in a Smart Course Room and Foster a Culture of Academic Integrity?

Michele T. Cole, Louis B. Swartz

Robert Morris University, United States of America

W3-C: A6 - Assessment (2)
Location: Emerald
Chair: Kay Berkling, Cooperative State University
Chair: Tiffany Cammidge, Khalifa University
 

State-of-the-Art to Measure the TPACK Level of Trainees in Higher Education to Increase the Learnability of the Train-The-Trainer Sessions

Nilüfer Deniz Faizan1, Matthias Gottlieb1, Alexander Löffler1, Matthias Utesch2, Helmut Krcmar1

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Staatliche Fachober- und Berufsoberschule Technik München, Munich, Germany


Transition from Web Forms to .NET MVC - experience in Internet Technology course

Magdalena Kostoska, Bojana Koteska, Goce Armenski

Univ. Sts Cyril and Methodius, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of


Student Proficiency Profiles through the Computing Professional Skills Assessment

Maurice Michael Danaher1, Kevin Schoepp2, Anthony Rhodes3, Tiffany Cammidge4

1: Zayed University, United Arab Emirates; 2: Independent; 3: Zayed University, UAE; 4: Khalifa University, UAE


Bilingual Ontology-Based Automatic Question Generation

Baboucar Diatta1, Adrien Basse1, Samuel Ouya2

1: University Alioune Diop of Bambey, Senegal, Senegal; 2: Department Computer Engineering University Cheikh Anta Diop Dakar Sénégal


Course experience evaluation using importance-performance analysis.

Ioannis Sitaridis, Fotis Kitsios

University of Macedonia, Greece


A Study of Dispositions According to the IEEE Information Technology Curricula 2017 for German Industry and Student Population

Kay Berkling1, Mehmet Ali Incekara3, Tom Wolske2

1: Cooperative State University, Germany; 2: Fiducia GAD IT AG; 3: 1&1 Telecommunication SE

W3-F: SS: GinEE'19 - Games in Engineering Education
Location: Ruby
Chair: Matthias Gottlieb, Technical University of Munich
Chair: Matthias Utesch, Staatliche Fach- und Berufsoberschule Technik München und Technische Universität München
 

A Model to Support Outside Classroom Learning

Boumediene Belkhouche, Heba Ismail, Fatmah Ramsi

United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates


Work in Progress: Enabling learning environments for underprepared engineering students at higher education institutes by blending game-based and project orientated methodologies

Ankie Sophia Robberts, Linda Van Ryneveld

University of Pretoria, South Africa


Conceptual Framework for Developing Cyber Security Serious Games

Menelaos N. Katsantonis, Isavella Kotini, Panayotis Fouliras, Ioannis Mavridis

University of Macedonia, Greece


A Gamification Framework for long-term Engagement in Education based on SDT and TTM

Ulrike Hammerschall

University of Applied Sciences Munich, Germany


Teaching Methods for Simulation Games: The Example of Learning Business Process Change

Alexander Löffler1, Debora Jacoby1, Nilüfer Faizan1, Matthias Utesch2, Harald Kienegger1, Helmut Krcmar1

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Staatliche Fachober- und Berufsoberschule Technik München, Germany

W3-G: A1 - Instructional Technology
Location: Amber
Chair: Kiyohisa Nishiyama, Nagoya University
Chair: Alexander Lehmann, Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts
 

Problem tagging and solution-based video recommendations in learning video environments

Alexander Lehmann

Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany


Exploring Computational Thinking Skills in 3D Printing: A Data Analysis of an Online Makerspace

Christos Chytas1, Alexandros Tsilingiris2, Ira Diethelm1

1: University of Oldenburg, Germany; 2: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Moodle Mobile Plugin for Problem- Based Learning (PBL) in Engineering Education

Anuradha Peramunugamage1, Hakim Usoof2, Janitha Hapuarachchi1

1: University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka; 2: University of Colombo School of Computing, Sri Lanka


Finding Learning and Teaching Content inside HPI School Cloud (Schul-Cloud)

Alexander Kremer, Arne Oberländer, Jan Renz, Christoph Meinel

Hasso-Plattner-Institute, Germany


Development of Universal Research Advising for Engineering Discipline

Kiyohisa Nishiyama1, Leleito Emanuel2

1: Nagoya University, Japan; 2: Nagoya University, Japan


Evaluating the Impact of Personalized Content Recommendations on Informal Learning from Wikipedia

Heba Ismail, Boumediene Belkhouche

UAEU, United Arab Emirates

W3-H: A2 - Collaborative Learning
Location: Pearl
Chair: Jorge Alberto González, ITESM
Chair: Edmundo Tovar, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
 

Measuring the Developing of competences with collaborative interdisciplinary work

Jorge A. Gonzalez-Mendivil, Miguel X. Rodriguez-Paz, Eduardo Caballero, Claudia L. Garay

ITESM, Mexico


Motivation of Computer Science Students at Universities Organized around Small Groups

Daniel Lopez-Fernandez1, Edmundo Tovar2, Laura Raya1, Francisco Marzal1, José Jesús García1

1: U-tad: Technology and Digital Art University; 2: Technical University of Madrid


An inter-institutional and inter-disciplinary collaborative learning to in-silico Motif discovery in Molecular sequences

Salwa Fatima Ali Mohsin1, Smitha Sunil Kumaran Nair1, Saqar Said Nasser Al Maskari1, Mohamed Yousuf Said Al Rawahi1, Shobhy Sosa Andrews2, Jenifer Caroline Johnson2, Sharmila Queenthy2, Akhila Rajan2

1: Middle East College, Sultanate of Oman; 2: Waljat College of Applied Sciences, Sultanate of Oman


Team and collaborative work of the students within subject on Master of Science study

Grzegorz Jodlowski1, Karol Sztekler1, Marta Wojcik1, Jaroslaw Zuwala2

1: AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland; 2: Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal, Zamkowa 1, 41-803 Zabrze, Poland


Collaborative Learning Outcomes for Creation of Industry-oriented Curricular: a Case Study of ERASMUS+ Project Physics

Anatolijs Zabasta, Anastasija Ziravecka, Nadezda Kunicina, Jelena Caiko, Leonids Ribickis

Riga Technical University, Latvia


Student-activation by employing Student Peer Review with Criteria-Based Assessment

Omid Mirmotahari1, Yngvar Berg1, Ester Fremstad2, Crina Damsa2

1: Dept. of Informatics, Universitetet i Oslo, Norway; 2: Dept. of Education, Universitetet i Oslo, Norway

W3-D: Collaborative & Demo Space
Location: Jade

Available for reservation at the Registration Desk

 
6:30pm
-
9:00pm
Conference Dinner and Banquet
Location: Dubai Marina Promenade

DHOW CRUISE IN THE MARINA

Marina Channel, Dubai Marina

Meeting Point Coordinates: 25.071115, 55.130849

Date: Thursday, 11/Apr/2019
8:00am
-
3:00pm
Registration - All Day
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer

Registration Desk Open

8:30am
-
10:15am
R1-A: A5 - V&R Labs
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Felix Garcia Loro, UNED
Chair: Thomas Klinger, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences
 

Collaborative Learning Through Development of Virtual DC Network Laboratory: A case study

Gargi Basu1, Urmila Kar2

1: Jnan Chandra Ghosh Polytechnic, Kolkata-23, INDIA; 2: NITTTR, Kolkata, India


Internet of things remote labs: experiences with data analysis experiments for students education.

Manfred Leisenberg, Madeleine Stepponat

University of Applied Sciences -FHM Bielefeld, Germany


PILAR: Sharing VISIR Remote Labs through a Federation

Felix Garcia-Loro1, Elio San Cristobal1, Gabriel Diaz1, Manuel Castro1, Pablo Orduña2, Wlodek Kulesza3, Kristian Nilsson3, Andre Fidalgo4, Gustavo Alves4, Unai Hernandez-Jayo5, Javier Garcia-Zubia5, Christian Kreiter6, Andreas Pester6, Michael Auer7, Carla Garcia8, Ricardo Tavio8, Kati Valtonen9, Elina Lehtikangas9

1: UNED, Spain; 2: DeustoTech-LabsLand, Spain; 3: BTH, Sweden; 4: ISEP, Portugal; 5: UDeusto, Spain; 6: CUAS, Austria; 7: IAOE; 8: EVM; 9: OMNIA, Finland


Building a Remote Laboratory for Advanced Experiments in Transmission Line Theory

Thomas Klinger, Christian Kreiter, Andreas Pester, Christian Madritsch

Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria


Developing the Next Generation Cluster of Computers Remote Laboratory

Christian Madritsch, Thomas Klinger, Andreas Pester

Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria


Teaching an oscilloscope through progressive onboarding in an Augmented Reality based virtual laboratory

Mesut Alptekin1, Katrin Temmen2

1: University of Paderborn, Germany; 2: University of Paderborn, Germany

R1-B: A1 - Lab and Simulation Tools (2)
Location: Aquamarine
Chair: Ottar Osen, NTNU
Chair: Aurelia Ciupe, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
 

Learning Computer Vision using a Humanoid Robot

Jessica Patrícia Madureira Vital1,2, Nuno Miguel Fonseca Ferreira1,3,4,5, Antonio Valente1,2, Vitor Filipe1,2, Salviano F.S.P. Soares1,2

1: INESC TEC-INESC Technology and Science; 2: University of Tras-os-Montes and Alto Douro; 3: Institute of Engineering of Coimbra / Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra; 4: Knowledge Engineering and Decision-Support Research Center (GECAD) of the Institute of Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Porto; 5: Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science (LIACC)


Learning Agile with Intelligent Conversational Agents

Aurelia Ciupe, Doru Florin Mititica, Serban Meza, Bogdan Orza

Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania


On the Use of Hardware-in-the-Loop for Teaching Automation Engineering

Ottar L Osen

NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway


Towards the Vision of an LMS Integrated, Browser-Based Simulation to Program LEGO MindStorms EV3s in ANSI-C

Pascal Degener, Valentin Haak, Carolin Gold-Veerkamp, Joerg Abke

University of Applied Sciences Aschaffenburg, Germany


Use of a physical water pipe network competition in applied Civil Engineering students’ learning

Mohamed Abdelmoghny Hamouda1,2

1: Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates; 2: National Water Center, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates

R1-C: A2 - Learning Tools and Methodologies
Location: Emerald
Chair: Usman Naeem, Queen Mary University of London
Chair: Birgit Rösel, OTH Regensburg
 

Experiences with a new digitalized concept for teaching control theory as minor subject at a university of applied science

Thomas Köhler1, Birgit Rösel2

1: Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany; 2: OTH Regensburg, Germany


Methodology of teaching and learning antennas in Port Said University.

Heba Soliman

Port Said University, Egypt


Study Centre for IT Foundations at Tallinn University of Technology – Introducing Computer Science Basics to First Year Students

Olga Mironova

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia


Knowledge Generation in Higher Education Institutions

Jorge Lozoya-Santos, Brenda Guajardo-Leal, Adriana Vargas-Martínez, Indira Molina-Gaytán, Rubén Morales-Menéndez, Ricardo Ramírez-Mendoza, Armando Román-Flores

Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico


Pedagogical Approaches to 21st Century Learning: A Model to Prepare Learners for 21st Century Competencies and Skills

Ghassan Frache1, George Tombras2, Hector Nistazakis2, Natoya Thompson1

1: Abu Dhabi Vocational Education and Training, United Arab Emirates; 2: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

R1-F: A3 - STEM & K-12 Education (3)
Location: Ruby
Chair: Christos Douligeris, University of Piraeus
Chair: Viviane Rodrigues Madeira, CEFET/RJ
 

EduApp: A collaborative application for mobile devices to support the educational process in Greek Secondary Education

Eleni Seralidou, Christos Douligeris, Christina Gralista

University of Piraeus, Greece


Holographic Application of Endemic Origami Animals from the Galápagos Islands that Self-Folds

Diana E. Olmedo-Vizueta, José V. Monar-Manzano, Geovanna G. Carrera-Espín, Ramiro Santos-Poveda, Víctor F. Proaño-Brito

Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo, Ecuador


Current Status and Perspectives of Debugging in the K12 Classroom: A Qualitative Study

Tilman Michaeli1, Ralf Romeike2

1: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 2: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany


Engaging Students in Computer Science Education through Game Development with Unity

Oswald Comber, Renate Motschnig, David Haselberger, Hubert Mayer

University Vienna, Austria


A Calculus Project to Support Students that Enter Engineering Courses

Viviane Rodrigues Madeira, Ana Luiza Lima de Souza, Herlander Costa Alegre da Gama Afonso, Aruquia Peixoto

CEFET/RJ, Brazil

R1-G: A6 - Assessment (3)
Location: Amber
Chair: Ali M. Al-Bahi, King Abdulaziz University
Chair: Kay Berkling, Cooperative State University
 

A Framework for Constructing and Assessing Knowledge Management Systems for Engineering Institutes

Abdelfattah Y. Soliman1, Alya A. Badawi2, Manal ElKordy2, Ali M. Al-Bahi1

1: King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia; 2: Alexandria University, Egypt


Assessing Technology Adoption at a University of Technology: A Case Study of Electronic Response Systems

Onalenna Pearl Tsumake-Kabuya, James Swart

Central University of Technology, South Africa;1, 2


Presenting an Open-Source Platform for Supporting Gamified Class Teaching with Peer Reviews

Katja Neubehler, Kay Berkling

Cooperative State University, Germany


Boosting Student Performance with Peer Reviews; Integration and Analysis of Peer Reviews in a Gamified Software Engineering Classroom.

Kay Berkling, Katja Neubehler

Cooperative State University, Germany


Emotional Intelligence as a Success Indicator for Implementing Liberal Arts in Morocco

Ilham Kissani, Awatif Boudihaj

Al Akhawayn University, Morocco

R1-H: SS: IDEE'19 - Inclusion and Diversity in Engineering Education (2)
Location: Pearl
Chair: Fernando Maciel-Barbosa, University of Porto, PT
Chair: Olga Oreshkina, Bauman Moscow State Technical University
 

Solving the problem of limited content accessibility in natural science disciplines for students with hearing impairments at technical university

Olga Oreshkina, Alexandr Gurov

Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russian Federation


Gender Inclusion as Sustainable Human and Economic Development in Academic Institutions. Case of Study: Campus Unitec, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Ela Suyapa Valladares Alvarenga1, Rolando Arturo Silva Quiñonez2

1: UNITEC, Honduras; 2: National University of Forestry Sciences UNACIFOR, Honduras


Thinking Maps in Teaching Analogue Circuits Concepts Applied to Electronic Engineering: A Four-Year Case Study at UESTC, China

Yuanwang Yang, Changjiang You, Hong Ye, Weijian Chen, Yiru Zhang

UESTC, China, People's Republic of


Automatic Sign Language Translation to Improve Communication

Tiago Oliveira1, Emanuel Rocha1, Nuno Escudeiro1, Fernando Maciel Barbosa2, Paula Maria Escudeiro1

1: ISEP, Portugal; 2: FEUP, Portugal


Teaching Writing and Reading to Children with Autism

Martin Cápay1, Jarmila Cápayová2

1: Constatntine the Philosopher University, Slovak Republic; 2: Spojená škola, Mudroňova 1, Nitra, Slovak Republic

R1-D: Collaborative & Demo Space
Location: Jade

Available for reservation at the Registration Desk

 
10:15am
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10:45am
Coffee Break
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer
10:45am
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12:15pm
G-3: Industry Keynote and Panel on Educational Platforms and Software
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Patrick Beyrouti, Flagship Projects

PANELISTS

Hanny Alshazly, Senior Regional Director - Middle East, Blackboard

Tom Lee, Chief Business Development Officer, Quanser

Sanjay Raghavendra, Technical Manager - Gulf Region and Pakistan, ABB

 

Industry Keynote: Integrating MATLAB Grader Assignments into Engineering Math Courses

Bryan Daniels

Higher Colleges of Technology, United Arab Emirates

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Turquoise Restaurant - Ground Level
1:30pm
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3:00pm
R2-A: SS: EeMN'19 - Experiences from the eMadrid Network: Making Educational Technology More Human
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Carlos Delgado Kloos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Chair: Manuel Castro, UNED
 

Increasing engagement in a network security management course through gamification

Sergio Martin, Gabriel Diaz, Manuel Castro, Miguel Rodriguez-Artacho

UNED - Spanish University for Distance Education, Spain


Game Learning Analytics for Educators

Antonio Calvo-Morata, Cristina Alonso-Fernandez, Manuel Freire, Ivan Martinez-Ortiz, Baltasar Fernandez-Manjon

Faculty of Informatics, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain


Moods in MOOCs: Analysing Emotions in the Content of Online Courses with edX-CAS

Ruth Cobos, Francisco Jurado, Álvaro Villén

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain


What Can You Do with Educational Technology that is Getting More Human?

Carlos Delgado Kloos, Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Pedro J. Muñoz-Merino, María-Blanca Ibáñez, Iria Estévez-Ayres, Raquel M. Crespo García

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain


Technology to empower relationships, interactions and emotions in the classroom

Cesar Caceres-Taladriz

Centro de Innovacion en Educacion Digital, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain


Do MOOCs sustain the UNESCO's Quality Education goal?

Edmundo Tovar1, Bernardo Tabuenca1, Ahmed Alzaghoul1, Nelson Piedra3, Carlos Delgado Kloos4, Jim Sluss5, Russ Meier6, África López-Rey2, Elena Ruiz2, Felix Garcia-Loro2, Elio Sancristobal2, Miguel Rodriguez Artacho2, Sergio Martin2, Manuel Castro2

1: UPM, Spain; 2: UNED, Spain; 3: UTPL, Ecuador; 4: UC3M, Spain; 5: UO, USA; 6: MSoE, USA

R2-B: Work in Progress (1)
Location: Aquamarine
Chair: Martin Zagar, RIT Croatia
Chair: Kevin Anthony Jones, Nanyang Technological University
 

Improving Dimensional Accuracy of Fused Deposition Modelling using Taguchi DFSS

Sadegh Babaii Kochekseraii1, Jeff Bowser2, Luke Bennet2, Peter Doiron2

1: American University in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; 2: University of Prince Edward Island, Canada


Work in Progress: Gathering Requirements and Developing an Educational Programming Language

Nikita Dümmel, Bernhard Westfechtel, Matthias Ehmann

University of Bayreuth, Germany


Work in Progress: International Student Cooperation in Capstone Research Project

Martin Zagar1, Stephen Zilora2, Branko Mihaljevic1

1: RIT Croatia, Croatia; 2: RIT, Rochester, NY, USA


Work in Progress: Optimizing Student Engagement During Small Group Activities in Lecture Settings

Kevin Hartman, Shannon Christopher Boesch

National University of Singapore, Singapore


Work in Progress: Self-Directed Approach for Project Based Learning Activity

Boon Seng Chew

Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore


Work in Progress: Use of Interactive Simulations in the Active Learning Model in Physics Education for Engineering Students at the Middle East College, Oman

Senthilkumar R D

Middle East College, Oman


Work in Progress: QUASS —A Dynamic Knowledge Sharing System

Kheng Leong Tan, Kevin Anthony Jones

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

R2-C: Work in Progress (2)
Location: Emerald
Chair: Dimitar Lyubenov Todorov, Utica College
Chair: Martín Llamas Nistal, University of Vigo
 

Work in Progress: Improving Online Higher Education with Virtual and Remote Labs

Mikel Perales, Luis Pedraza, Pablo Moreno-Ger

Universidad Internacional de La Rioja


Work in Progress: Redefining Home through an Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Experience

Dimitar Lyubenov Todorov, Colleen Sunderlin, Richard Panetta

Utica College, United States of America


Work in Progress: Using Simulation as an Experiential Learning Tool for Enhancing Students Learning in Environmental Engineering

Svetoslava Todorova

Syracuse University, United States of America


Work in Progress: Novel Didactic Training Platform for Transistor Devices and Applications

Francisco Javier Zamora

Universidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas, Colombia


QMSFC: A System for Encouraging the Active Participation of Students in Flipped Classroom

Fernando A. Mikic Fonte, Martín Liz Domínguez, Martín Llamas Nistal, Manuel Caeiro Rodríguez

University of Vigo, Spain


Work in Progress: Supersensory box: increase your abilities

René Joaquín Díaz, Rafaela Villalpando, Salvador Salas, Salmen Karrum

TEC de Monterrey, Mexico


Work in Progress: The Intersection of two Underrepresented Groups in Engineering in Brazil

Bianca Celestino Damazio Paiva, Kamilla da Silva Duarte, Mayara Rodrigues de Carvalho Fernandes, Herlander Costa Alegre da Gama Afonso, Ana Luiza Lima de Souza, Aruquia Peixoto, Viviane Rodrigues Madeira

CEFET/RJ, Brazil


Improving learning performance using programming methodology

Ricardo Almeida1, Emília Bigotte1,2, Ana Teixeira3

1: CASPAE, Portugal; 2: Coimbra Polytechnic – ISEC; 3: Coimbra Polytechnic – ESEC

R2-F: SS: EFEM'19 - Educating Future Engineering Managers
Location: Ruby
Chair: Despo Ktoridou, University of Nicosia
Chair: Elli Doukanari, University of Nicosia
 

Gamification and communication: an applied experience in a professional competencies development workshop

Brenda Nelly Santos1, Alejandro Acuña2

1: Tecnológico de Monterrey, México; 2: Tecnológico de Monterrey, México


Business Model Transformation Initiated by the Digital Transformation: A Review of Learning Concepts

Clemens Drieschner, Ioannis Passalidis, Harald Kienegger, Helmut Krcmar

Technical University of Munich, Germany


Student Experiences with Knowledge Management

Vasso Stylianou, Andreas Savva

University of Nicosia, Cyprus


Language Expression Technicality in Technical Report Writing for Technology Major Non-native Students

Epaminondas Epaminonda, Christou Charalambos, Apostolia Michael

University of Nicosia, Cyprus


Challenges in the Transition from Engineering to Management and Suggestions on ow Education Might Assist in Overcoming Them

Epaminondas Epaminonda, Despo Ktoridou

University of Nicosia


Educating the New Generation of Engineer Managers to Stay Relevant in the 21st Century Workforce

Despo Ktoridou1, Elli Doukanari1, Achilleas Karayiannis2

1: University of Nicosia; 2: Aston University

R2-G: A2 - Student Engagement (2)
Location: Amber
Chair: Nuno Pombo, Universidade da Beira Interior
Chair: Claudia Kaar, Johannes Kepler University Linz
 

Adoption of Engineering Education Interventions From a Student Perspective

Reolyn Heymann1, Jacob Jacobus Greeff2

1: University of Johannesburg, South Africa; 2: North-West University, South Africa


Expanding the concept of learning spaces for Industrial Engineering education

David Ernesto Salinas-Navarro, Ericka Zulema Rodriguez Calvo, Claudia Lizette Garay Rondero

Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico


Structuring Academic Education in Makerspaces: Consolidated Findings from the Field

Claudia Kaar, Christian Stary

Institute of Business Informatics - Communications Engineering; Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria


How to Get a Badge? Unlock Your Mind

Nuno Pombo1,2, Nuno Garcia1,2, Pedro Alves3

1: Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal; 2: Instituto de Telecomunicações; 3: Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias


Fostering specific dispositions of Critical Thinking for student engagement in engineering

Patricia Caratozzolo1, Alvaro Alvarez2, Samira Hosseini3

1: School of Engineering, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico; 2: School of Social Sciences, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico; 3: Writing Lab, TecLabs, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico


Evaluating Role Playing Efficiency to Teach Requirements Engineering

Sofia Ouhbi

UAE University, UAE

R2-H: A6 - Assessment (4)
Location: Pearl
Chair: Tamer El-Maaddawy, UAE University
Chair: Martin Jaeger, Australian College of Kuwait
 

Industry Perspectives on Engineering Student Outcomes – A Comparative Study of Kuwait and Kazakhstan

Martin Jaeger1, Desmond Adair2

1: Australian College of Kuwait, Kuwait; 2: University of Tasmania, Australia


A Holistic Approach to Assess Learning Outcome Attainment Levels for Engineering Programs

Dipali Bansal, Naresh Grover, Romika Chaudhary, Rashima Mahajan, Ashish Vats, Ila Chaudhary, Gagandeep Kaur

Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies, India


New Development and Evaluation Model for Self-regulated Smart Learning Environment in Higher Education

Yusufu Gambo, Muhammad Zeeshan Shakir

University of the West of Scotland, United Kingdom


Analysing the learning outcomes for Electronic fundamentals at two universities using Blooms Taxonomy

Arthur James Swart1, Marllene Dăneţi2

1: Central University of Technology, South Africa; 2: Politehnica University Timisoara, Romania


Applying Outcomes-Based Learning in Civil Engineering Education

Tamer El-Maaddawy, Hilal El-Hassan, Hamad Al Jassmi, Lina Kamareddine

UAE University, United Arab Emirates

R2-D: Collaborative & Demo Space
Location: Jade

Available for reservation at the Registration Desk

 
3:00pm
-
3:30pm
Coffee Break
Location: Rixos Conference Center Foyer
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
R3-A: Awards and Closing Ceremony
Location: Diamond Ballroom
Chair: Alaa K. Ashmawy, American University in Dubai

EDUCON 2020 Preview

Gustavo Alves and Teresa Restivo

Awards, Recognitions, and Closing Remarks

Manuel Castro

Date: Friday, 12/Apr/2019
10:00am
-
3:30pm
Cultural Program

Cultural Tours. Check for exact time and location at the Registration Desk


 
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