SLERD 2022: Paper sessions

time allocated for paper presentations: 15’+ 5′

Session I (60′) – Learning ecosystem in practices and polyphonic experiences
5th July – 11:10 – 12:10
Chair: Francesca Pozzi

• Student smartphone experience narratives mediated by the phygital school library for learning ecosystems
Maria José Fonseca and Óscar Mealha

• Space and time in hybrid teaching and learning environments: two cases and design principles
Teemu Leinonen and Tiina Mäkelä

• The Italian School Ecosystems two years after the lockdown: an overview on the “digital shock” triggered by the pandemic in the perceptions of schools’ principals and teachers
Carlo Giovannella, Licia Cianfriglia and Antonello Giannelli

Session II (60′) – Smart Language World
5th July – 12:20 – 13:20
Chair: Janika Leoste

• Automated Paragraph Detection using Cohesion Network Analysis
Robert Botarleanu, Mihai Dascalu, Scott Crossley and Danielle McNamara

• Assessing Readability Formulas in the Wild
Scott Crossley, Stephen Skalicky, Cynthia Berger and Ali Heidari

• pROnounce: Automatic Pronunciation Assessment for Romanian
Remus-Dan Ungureanu, Stefan Ruseti, Irina Toma and Mihai Dascalu

Session III (60′) – Making learning ecosystems smarter
6th July – 9:30 – 10:30
Chair: Stavros Nikou

• Community pacts and we4SLE as tools to support the implementation of Smart Learning Ecosystems
Irene Urbanetti, Carlo Giovannella, Vincenzo Baraniello and Maria Rosaria Autiero

• Digital Games as Tools of Innovative Pedagogy in Education
Maneesh Dubey and Dr Kunal Sinha

• Environment Challenges of E-learning in Higher Education – the Teachers’ Perspective
Janika Leoste, Larissa Jõgi, Tiia Õun, Ugljesa Marjanovic, Slavko Rakic, Simone Schöndorfer and Zoe Lefkofridi

Session IV (1h 20′) – Methods, Processes and Communities
6th July – 10:50 – 12:10
Chair: Oscar Mealha

• Parents’ voices: inclusion of students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in higher education
Isabel Catarina Martins, Oksana Tymoshchuk, Eulália Albuquerque, Paula Santos and Geert Van Hove

• Deidentification of Student Writing in Technologically Mediated Educational Settings
Langdon Holmes, Scott Crossley, Robert Haynes, Dylan Kuehl, Anne Trumbore and Marius Gabriel Gutu

• Conceptualising Micro-Credentials in the Higher Education Research Landscape. A Literature Review.
Alexandru Carțiș, Janika Leoste, Romiță Iucu, Kaido Kikkas, Kalle Tammemäe and Katrin Männik

• Reaction of the university ecosystem to the pandemics in a mid-east country: the case of IRAQ – A compared analysis of students’ and teachers’ perceptions
Alaa Alkhafaji, Haider Mshali, Marcello Passarelli and Carlo Giovannella