SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

The Congress aims to stimulate debates on learning innovation processes consistent with current cultural and technological developments. In particular:

Innovation in educational contexts

  • New technologies for learning and teaching
  • The innovation of teaching practices
  • The innovation of evaluation and assessment processes
  • Innovation in school and universities
  • Innovation in the professional training of teachers
  • The innovation of educational research
  • Applications of artificial intelligence in educational settings

Transformation of knowledge building processes

  • Machine learning
  • Educational data mining
  • Global learning communities
  • Virtual learning
  • Experiential learning
  • Social learning
  • Game-based learning
  • Creativity and new technologies

New educational technologies critical aspects

  • Socio-cultural effects of new technologies
  • Psychological effects and addiction
  • Ethical and legal aspects
  • Information literacy
  • Digital divide

However, all the contributions concerning the relationship between educational innovation and new technologies will be considered.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

TYPES OF CONTRIBUTIONS

  • Research presentations: 15 minutes + 5 for any questions. The long abstract (1,400 words, excluding bibliography, Times 12, line spacing 1.5) must respect the following structure: Introduction, Method (Participants, Tools, Procedure, Data Analysis), Results, Discussion, References;
  • Experience presentations: 10 minutes + 5 for any questions. The abstract (700 words; Excluded references; Times 12, line spacing 1.5) must respect the following structure: Object of experience, Theoretical references; Context and Participants; Description of the activity carried out Conclusions; References;
  • Theoretical discussions and review: 10 minutes + 5 for any questions. The abstract (700 words, excluding bibliography, Times 12, line spacing 1.5) must respect the following structure: Introduction; Object; Theoretical references; Contribution to the current state; Conclusions; References;
  • Posters: they are functional to the sharing of researches or interventions in order to obtain feedback and to establish contacts with similar projects. The abstract (500 words; Excluded bibliographic references; Times 12, line spacing 1.5) must respect the following structure: Introduction, Method (Participants, Tools, Procedure, Data Analysis), Results, Discussion, References;
  • The posters will be grouped by themes, a specific time will be foreseen for the vision and, for each group, a discussion will be assigned that will request a brief comparison;
  • Software and show case presentations: they are functional to the demonstration of products and software to inform the public, obtain feedback and establish contacts. The abstract (500 words; Excluded references; Times 12, interline 1.5) must illustrate the proposed product or case and why it is considered relevant. A space and a slot of adequate time will be assigned;
  • Symposia: 2 hours to develop a specific theme with presentations of research and experiences coordinated by the proponent of the symposium. The request must contain: a title of the symposium; an abstract of the introduction of the symposium (300 words, Times 12, interline 1.5) and a minimum of 4 maximum 5 structured contributions following the indications of the research presentations. The authors participating in the symposium must be at least three different universities.

All contributions are subjected to a blind review process and therefore must be sent anonymously, without the names of the authors, or data in the text that allow identification, or metadata of the file referring to the authors.

The Congress is designed to involve:

  • Teachers of all disciplines;
  • University researchers and professors;
  • PhD students, grant holders and trainees;
  • School managers;
  • Trainers;
  • Students of psychological, educational, social and technological fields;
  • Anyone interested in the relationship between education and new media.

AWARDS

  • The best contribution in terms of originality and methodological rigor presented by a PhD student, assignee or trainee enrolled in the CKBG;
  • The best poster in terms of originality and methodological rigor presented by a PhD student, assignee or trainee enrolled in the CKBG.

PUBLICATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS
The accepted abstracts will be published in pdf format on the congress website with ISBN. All authors are invited to send their contributions in an article format to the Qwerty magazine, answering the Call available soon. The contributions sent to Qwerty will follow the normal review process of the magazine.

PARTICIPATION IN THE CONGRESS
For the presentation of a contribution to the Congress it is required that at least one of the authors pay the registration fee by October 15th. In the absence of this condition, the contribution can not be included in the Congress program.

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