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EMOOCs 2017 CONFERENCE
5th European MOOCs Stakeholders Summit
May 22- 26, 2017
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Leganés, Madrid, Spain)

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Monday, May 22
 

08:30

EMOOCs Registration
EMOOCs Registration

Monday May 22, 2017 08:30 - 09:15
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

09:15

Opening
EMOOCs Opening 

Speakers
avatar for Carlos Delgado&nbspKloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Vice President for Strategy and Digital Education, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Juan Romo

Juan Romo

President, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for José Manuel Torralba&nbspCastelló

José Manuel Torralba Castelló

Director General de Universidades e Investigación, Comunidad de Madrid


Monday May 22, 2017 09:15 - 10:00
A1: Auditorio Padre Soler Bldg

10:00

Plenary Keynote Session
Keynotes 1 and 2

Sir Timothy O'Shea (Principal, University of Edinburgh)
"Strategies for deploying MOOCs in Higher Education"

Abstract:
In this talk I will review ways of using MOOCs drawing heavily on University of Edinburgh experience. I will provide a taxonomy of MOOC types and discuss how MOOC platforms vary. I will conclude by focussing on the various hybrid modes in which we can usefully deploy MOOCs.

 
Javier Hernández Ros (Director, Directorate G, DG CONNECT, European Commission)
"Opening up education with MOOCs: a perspective from the European Commission"

Abstract:
Digital technologies have profoundly transformed our world. But in some areas the benefits of the digital have not been fully exploited. This is the case for education and training.The European Commission is committed to making a change in this regard. MOOCs have a great potential in democratizing education and training and delivering high-quality learning opportunities to all. In recent years several research and innovation projects focusing on MOOCs have been funded to facilitate coordination between involved universities (EMMA project) and on-going work tackles question such as the assessment in MOOCs (TESLA project). The key-note discusses the importance of high-quality education, the opportunities for MOOCs in opening up education, the challenges and the work undertaken by the European Commission to move the field forward. 

Moderators
avatar for Eva Méndez

Eva Méndez

Deputy Vicepresident for Strategy & Digital Education, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
I am an Open Knowledge militant. I believe that Open Education and Open Science are the actual engines to change the XXIst century's Universities.

Speakers
avatar for Javier Hernández&nbspRos

Javier Hernández Ros

Head of Unit G2, Directorate G, DG CNECT, European Commission
Javier Hernández-Ros carried out Civil Engineering studies and holds a Masters in Business Administration. Joined the European Commission in 1986 and was involved in technology transfer and innovation policies. From June 2002 to December 2010 he was Head of the “Access to... Read More →
avatar for Sir Timothy O'Shea

Sir Timothy O'Shea

Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Edinburgh
Professor Sir Timothy O’Shea is currently Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh. He obtained a BSc in Mathematics and Experimental Psychology from Sussex and a PhD in Computer Based Learning from Leeds University. He then worked as a researcher in the Computer Science Department of the University of Texas at Austin, the Bionics Research Lab, Edinburgh and the Systems Concepts Lab, Xerox PARC. He held an Open University personal chair in Information Technology and Education and was later appointed as Pro-Vice-Chancellor. In 1997 he was elected Master of Birkbeck and subsequently appointed Provost of Gresham College and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of London, holding the three posts concurrently before returning to Edinburgh as Principal in 2002. Sir Timothy is currently serving as Chair of: the Scottish Institute for Enterprise; the Board of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society; the Coursera University Advisory Board; and Chair of the Newbattle Abbey College Trust. He is Convener of the Scottish... Read More →


Monday May 22, 2017 10:00 - 11:30
A1: Auditorio Padre Soler Bldg

11:30

Coffee Break and Research Track Work-in-Progress posters
  • Nikoletta Agonács, João Filipe Matos (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal): "Towards a Heutagogy-Based MOOC Design Framework"
  • Monika Andergassen, Gustaf Neumann, Petra Oberhuemer (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria): "From LMS to Open Learning Offerings and Back. One Open-Source Platform, Multiple Learning Scenarios"
  • Aneesha Bakharia (University of Queensland, Australia): "PerspectivesX: A Proposed Tool to Scaffold Collaborative Learning Activities within MOOCs"
  • Erkan Er, Miguel Luis Bote-Lorenzo, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez, Yannis Dimitriadis, Juan Ignacio Asensio-Pérez (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain): "Predicting Student Participation in Peer Reviews in MOOCs"
  • Manuel León Urrutia, Ruth Cobos, Kate Dickens (University of Southampton, UK/Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain): "Internal Perspectives of MOOCs in Universities"
  • Konstantinos Michos, Davinia Hernández-Leo, Manel Jiménez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain): "How educators value data analytics about their MOOCs"
  • Luisa Sanz-Martínez, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristóbal, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Alejandra Martínez-Monés, Yannis Dimitriadis (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain) "Toward Criteria-Based Automatic Group Formation in MOOCs"

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Speakers
avatar for Nikoletta Agonács

Nikoletta Agonács

PhD Student, Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa
avatar for Monika Andergassen

Monika Andergassen

WU - Vienna University of Economics and Business
avatar for Aneesha Bakharia

Aneesha Bakharia

Senior Developer UQx, The University of Queensland
avatar for Ruth Cobos&nbspPérez

Ruth Cobos&nbspPérez

Associate Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Ruth Cobos received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science Engineering from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), Spain, in 2003. She is an Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the UAM. She has been as post-doctoral researcher at the Technical University... Read More →
avatar for Erkan Er

Erkan Er

Universidad de Valladolid
avatar for Davinia Hernández&nbspLeo

Davinia Hernández Leo

Universitat Pompeu Fabra
avatar for Luisa Sanz&nbspMartínez

Luisa Sanz Martínez

Investigador predoctoral, Universidad de Valladolid


Monday May 22, 2017 11:30 - 12:00
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

12:00

Session 1A (Research): Facing Dropouts: Prediction and More
  • José A. Ruipérez Valiente, Ruth Cobos, Pedro J. Muñoz-Merino, Álvaro Andújar, Carlos Delgado Kloos (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain): "Early Prediction and Variable Importance of Certificate Accomplishment" (25 min)
  • Sarra Bouzayane, Inès Saad Weekly (University of Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France): "Predicting the At-risk MOOC Learners Using Dominance-based Rough Set Approach" (25 min)
  • Maxim Skryabin (Stepik, Russia): "Types of Dropout in Adaptive Open Online Courses" (25 min)
  • Ignacio M. Despujol, Carlos Turro, Linda Castañeda, Jaime Busquets (Universitat Politecnica de Valencia/Universidad de Murcia, Spain): "Effect of Free Certificate Discontinuation in Completion Rates of MOOC" (15 min)

Moderators
avatar for Daniel Seaton

Daniel Seaton

Sr. Research Scientist, Harvard University

Speakers
avatar for Sarra Bouzayane

Sarra Bouzayane

PhD student, University of Picardie Jules Verne
avatar for Ruth Cobos&nbspPérez

Ruth Cobos&nbspPérez

Associate Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Ruth Cobos received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science Engineering from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), Spain, in 2003. She is an Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the UAM. She has been as post-doctoral researcher at the Technical University... Read More →
avatar for Ignacio Despujol

Ignacio Despujol

MOOC Platform coordinator, Universitat Politècnica de València
avatar for Maxim Skryabin

Maxim Skryabin

Senior Data Scientist, Stepik
Dr. Maxim Skryabin is a senior data scientist at Stepik where he performs educational data analysis and improves its adaptive learning engine. Before 2016, he was an associate professor at the Department of Higher Mathematics of ITMO University. | He has a Ph.D. degree in Math... Read More →


Monday May 22, 2017 12:00 - 13:30
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

12:00

Session 1B (Experience): Supporting Social Interactions in MOOCs
  • Stian Håklev (EPFL, Switzerland), James D. Slotta (Boston College, USA): "A principled approach to the design of collaborative MOOC curricula" (25 min)
  • Alejandro Ortega-Arranz, Luisa Sanz-Martínez, Susana Álvarez-Álvarez, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristóbal, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Alejandra Martínez-Monés, Yannis Dimitriadis (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain): "From Low-Scale to Collaborative, Gamified and Massive-Scale Courses: Redesigning a MOOC" (25 min)
  • Divina Frau-Meigs (University Sorbonne Nouvelle, France), Adeline Bossu (University Bordeaux Montaigne, France): "Towards e-presence at distance as a way to reach and share e-quality: the case of the ECO sMOOCs" (25 min)
  • Matthias Reischer, Mohammad Khalil, Martin Ebner (Graz University of Technology, Austria): "Does gamification in MOOC discussion forums work?" (15 min)

Moderators
avatar for Mar Pérez-Sanagustín

Mar Pérez-Sanagustín

Associate Professor, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Mar Pérez-Sanagustín is a researcher and Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Mar worked from 2011 until 2014 as a researcher at the Gradient Lab of the Grupo de Aplicaciones y Servicios Telemáticos (GAST) at the... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Adeline Bossu

Adeline Bossu

PhD, Sorbonne Nouvelle/BordeauxMICA
avatar for Stian Håklev

Stian Håklev

EPFL
Collaborative learning, scripting and orchestration, educational workflow systems, CLFPs, collaborative MOOCs, pedagogical scripts and team-based learning in higher education. Open science, Science 2.0.
avatar for Mohammad Khalil

Mohammad Khalil

Ph.D. Candidate, Graz University of Technology
I am a Ph.D. student at the Graz University of Technology. I am defending my dissertation in May 2017 just before the EMOOCs conference. My main interests are Learning Analytics, MOOCs and Ethics. My next step is to start working as a postdoc in CEL TUDelft.
avatar for Alejandro Ortega-Arranz

Alejandro Ortega-Arranz

Universidad de Valladolid



Monday May 22, 2017 12:00 - 13:30
A3: 4.1D03 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

12:00

Session 1C (Business): Successful MOOC Providers Strategies

This panel features a variety of very different MOOC providers with successful strategies.

Moderator:
Thomas Staubitz. Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Germany

Panelists:

  • Eran Raviv, Campus-IL, Israel
  • Michaela Lämmler and Clemens Link, openSAP/SAP SE, Germany
  • Nathalie Cernecka, OpenClassrooms, France
  • Mark Haseltine, edX, USA
  • Nigel Smith, FutureLearn, UK

Moderators
avatar for Thomas Staubitz

Thomas Staubitz

Hasso Plattner Institute

Speakers
avatar for Natalie Cernecka

Natalie Cernecka

Director of Partnerships, OpenClassrooms
avatar for Michaela Laemmler

Michaela Laemmler

Dean of openSAP University, openSAP / SAP SE
avatar for Eran Raviv

Eran Raviv

CEO, Campus-IL
avatar for Nigel Smith

Nigel Smith

Head of Content, FutureLearn


Monday May 22, 2017 12:00 - 13:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

13:30

Social Lunch
Social Lunch Day 1

Monday May 22, 2017 13:30 - 15:00
Cafeteria Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

15:00

Session 2A (Research): Social and Peer Learning
  • François Bouchet, Hugues Labarthe, Rémi Bachelet, Kalina Yacef (Sorbonne Universités, UPMC, France/University of Lille, France/The University of Sydney, Australia): "Who wants to chat on a MOOC? Lessons from a peer recommender system" (25 min)
  • Kalpani Manathunga, Davinia Hernandez-Leo, Mike Sharples (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain/The Open University, UK): "A Social Learning Grid for MOOCs: Exploring a FutureLearn Case" (25 min)
  • Borja Bordel Sánchez, Ramón Pablo Alcarria Garrido, Diego Martín, Diego Sánchez-De-Rivera (Technical University of Madrid, Spain): "Improving MOOC student learning through enhanced Peer-to-Peer tasks" (25 min)
  • Ruiqi Deng, Pierre Benckendorff, Deanne Gannaway (University of Queensland, Australia): "Understanding Learning and Teaching in MOOCs from the Perspectives of Students and Instructors: A Review of Literature from 2014 to 2016" (15 min)

Moderators
avatar for Saif Rayyan

Saif Rayyan

Digital Learning Scientist, MIT

Speakers
avatar for Rémi Bachelet

Rémi Bachelet

Professor, Ecole Centrale de Lille
avatar for Borja Bordel

Borja Bordel

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
avatar for Ruiqi Deng

Ruiqi Deng

University of Queensland
avatar for Davinia Hernández&nbspLeo

Davinia Hernández Leo

Universitat Pompeu Fabra


Monday May 22, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

15:00

Session 2B (Experience): New Pedagogical Approaches with MOOCs
  • María Fernanda Rodríguez Palma, Josefina Hernandez, Mar Pérez-Sanagustín, Julio A Pertuze, Carlos Alario-Hoyos (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile/Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain): "A MOOC-based flipped class: Lessons learned from the orchestration perspective" (25 min)
  • Lucie Dhorne, Jean-Pierre Deflandre, Olivier Bernaert (IFP School, France): "Mentoring learners in MOOCs: a new way to improve completion rates?" (25 min)
  • Daniela Bartalesi-Graf (Wellesley College, USA): "From a Small Liberal Arts College to the World: Our blended courses, SPOC, and MOOCs in Italian Studies" (25 min)

Moderators
avatar for Patrick Jermann

Patrick Jermann

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Speakers
avatar for Daniela Bartalesi-Graf

Daniela Bartalesi-Graf

Lecturer, Wellesley College
avatar for Lucie Dhorne

Lucie Dhorne

Educational Designer, IFP Energies Nouvelles
avatar for María Fernanda Rodríguez&nbspPalma

María Fernanda Rodríguez Palma

PhD Student, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile


Monday May 22, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
A3: 4.1D03 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

15:00

Session 2C (Policy): Institutional MOOC Policies

Surveys into MOOC uptake in HE Institutions across Europe indicate that interest in MOOCs is on the increase, and reveal a more positive attitude towards MOOCs compared to their American counterparts. However, the rationale behind HEI investment in MOOCs varies very much, demonstrating the current challenges regarding positioning of Institutions in a changing and global education market place. Beyond branding and increasing on-campus student enrollments, this session looks at the role MOOCs play in Institutional strategy, including issues like internationalization, flexible educational offering, sustainability and the all-important issue of credentialing.

Moderator: Martin Wirsing (LMU Munich, Germany)

Panelists:


Moderators
avatar for Martin Wirsing

Martin Wirsing

LMU München

Speakers
avatar for Mauro Calise

Mauro Calise

Professor, University of Naples, Federico II
Mauro Calise is Professor of Political Science at the University of Naples Federico II and a Past-President of the Società Italiana di Scienza Politica (2008-10). | He is the founder and Director of federica.eu (www.Federica.eu), the largest worldwide provider of open access m... Read More →
avatar for Halvdan Haugsbakken

Halvdan Haugsbakken

Researcher, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
avatar for Evgeniya Kulik

Evgeniya Kulik

HSE University
avatar for Ulrike Wild

Ulrike Wild

Programme Director Online & Open Learning, WageningenUR
As Programme Director of Open and Online Learning at Wageningen University & Research Ulrike is involved in strategy and policy development around online and open learning. As well she is responsible for the production of online masters, open and online courses and OER. The... Read More →



Monday May 22, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

16:30

Coffee Break and Research Track Work-in-Progress posters
  • Nikoletta Agonács, João Filipe Matos (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal): "Towards a Heutagogy-Based MOOC Design Framework"
  • Monika Andergassen, Gustaf Neumann, Petra Oberhuemer (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria): "From LMS to Open Learning Offerings and Back. One Open-Source Platform, Multiple Learning Scenarios"
  • Aneesha Bakharia (University of Queensland, Australia): "PerspectivesX: A Proposed Tool to Scaffold Collaborative Learning Activities within MOOCs"
  • Erkan Er, Miguel Luis Bote-Lorenzo, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez, Yannis Dimitriadis, Juan Ignacio Asensio-Pérez (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain): "Predicting Student Participation in Peer Reviews in MOOCs"
  • Manuel León Urrutia, Ruth Cobos, Kate Dickens (University of Southampton, UK/Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain): "Internal Perspectives of MOOCs in Universities"
  • Konstantinos Michos, Davinia Hernández-Leo, Manel Jiménez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain): "How educators value data analytics about their MOOCs"
  • Luisa Sanz-Martínez, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristóbal, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Alejandra Martínez-Monés, Yannis Dimitriadis (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain) "Toward Criteria-Based Automatic Group Formation in MOOCs"

See papers in online proceedings

Speakers
avatar for Nikoletta Agonács

Nikoletta Agonács

PhD Student, Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa
avatar for Monika Andergassen

Monika Andergassen

WU - Vienna University of Economics and Business
avatar for Aneesha Bakharia

Aneesha Bakharia

Senior Developer UQx, The University of Queensland
avatar for Ruth Cobos&nbspPérez

Ruth Cobos&nbspPérez

Associate Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Ruth Cobos received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science Engineering from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), Spain, in 2003. She is an Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the UAM. She has been as post-doctoral researcher at the Technical University... Read More →
avatar for Erkan Er

Erkan Er

Universidad de Valladolid
avatar for Davinia Hernández&nbspLeo

Davinia Hernández Leo

Universitat Pompeu Fabra
avatar for Luisa Sanz&nbspMartínez

Luisa Sanz Martínez

Investigador predoctoral, Universidad de Valladolid


Monday May 22, 2017 16:30 - 17:00
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

17:00

Session 3A (Research): Design and Innovation in Educational Content
  • Anne-Mette Nortvig (Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark),  Karsten Gynther (University College Zealand, Denmark): "The Double Classroom: Design Patterns Using MOOCs in Teacher Education" (25 min)
  • Michael Kopp, Ortrun Gröblinger, Claudia Zimmermann (University of Graz/University of Innsbruck, Austria): "Increasing educational value: the transformation of MOOCs into Open Educational Resources" (25 min)
  • José María Alvarez Rodríguez, Antonio Amescua, Javier García-Guzmán, Maribel Sánchez-Segura (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain): "Measuring the degree of innovation in education through the implementation of an indicator based on analyzing MOOC-related activities" (25 min)

Moderators
avatar for Jessica Sandland

Jessica Sandland

Technical Instructor, MIT

Speakers
avatar for Jose María Alvarez

Jose María Alvarez

Visiting Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Anne-Mette Nortvig

Anne-Mette Nortvig

Associate Professor, University College Zealand
avatar for Claudia Zimmermann

Claudia Zimmermann

Researcher, University of Graz


Monday May 22, 2017 17:00 - 18:30
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

17:00

Session 3B (Experience): Experiences with MOOCs in Asia-Pacific
Experiences with MOOCs in Asia-Pacific

Session Chair: Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

Panelists:

  • Keiko Okawa, Keio University, Japan
  • TC Pong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
  • Armin Weinberger, Universität des Saarlandes, Germany 
  • Irfan Naufal Umar, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Abstracts:

  • Keiko Okawa, Keio University, Japan
    Sharing knowledge and experience among people over the Internet is extremely important for the future global society. The Internet speed is getting higher and higher and more people are connected for sure. However, the people with higher demand for learning sometimes need more help in connectivity. We need to design the content and environment to serve such a diverse learners to offer the learning opportunity for all. The University can play an important role in the scheme. I would like to share some experience in SOI Asia project on behalf of our team.

  • TC Pong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
    Education has gone through some transformative changes since the introduction of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). The impacts of MOOCs go beyond just the offering of courses and content. MOOC platforms allow vast amount of data to be collected on the study patterns of students from around the world. Learning analytics on MOOCs allow teachers to better understand how students learn and how the delivery of teaching and learning can be improved for students with diverse cultural and educational background.

  • Armin Weinberger, Universität des Saarlandes, Germany
    Technology-enhanced learning (TEL), and MOOCs in particular, build on the idea that a learning environment can be scaled up to global proportions and easily used across cultures. Problematizing this perspective, MOOCS may have different appeal and impact in different cultures and hence, require culture-sensitive instructional design. On one hand, traditional educational approaches may be insufficient and ultimately disenfranchising, but novel approaches to learning and instruction on the other hand, building on engagement in complex tasks and argumentation, may pose high thresholds and requirements for online learners of different cultures. A synthesis of this debate may be offered by co-designed socially approachable, well-structured online learning arrangements as will be discussed by Armin in the panel.

  • Irfan Naufal Umar, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
    The presentation will be focusing on the MOOCs initiatives in higher education in Malaysia, especially among the public universities. The launching of Malaysia MOOCs by the Ministry of Higher Education in 2014 has sparked interest especially among students and educators of higher learning institutions in the country. As such, this presentation will cover the background of the initiative, the regulation and policy involved, the guidelines for MOOC design and development, as well as some early research findings on the impact of this initiative.

Moderators
avatar for Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Visiting Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Speakers
avatar for Keiko Okawa

Keiko Okawa

Professor, Keio University
I've been working in educational collaboration among Universities in Asia, utilizing communication and information technologies since 2001, project called SOI Asia. I am also in charge of MOOC course development in Keio University, delivered 2 courses and I'm enjoying development... Read More →
avatar for T.C. Pong

T.C. Pong

Professor, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Prof. Pong is a Senior Advisor to the Executive Vice-President & Provost, Director of the Center for Engineering Education Innovation and Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at HKUST. He joined HKUST as a founding faculty member in 1991. Before joining HKUST, he was an As... Read More →
avatar for Irfan Naufal Umar

Irfan Naufal Umar

Universiti Sains Malaysia
Dr. Irfan Naufal Umar is a Professor at the Centre for Instructional Technology and Multimedia, Universiti Sains Malaysia, (USM). He received his Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) (Instructional Design and Technology) from the University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A. in 1999. His research is mainly on the application and impact of ICT/multimedia/e-learning on teaching, learning and training. Of late, his studies are mainly on the use and impact of Learning Management System and mobile learning applications on... Read More →
avatar for Armin Weinberger

Armin Weinberger

Professor, Saarland University
Armin Weinberger is founding professor and head of the Department of Educational Technology and Knowledge Management. His main research interests lie in analyzing and facilitating the generation, construction and sharing of knowledge in small groups of learners, working teams, an... Read More →


Monday May 22, 2017 17:00 - 18:30
A3: 4.1D03 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

17:00

Session 3C (Business): Proctoring and Certification

The main objective of this session is to discuss the different points of view about formal certification for MOOCs with a special focus on the different approaches towards identifying and proctoring the participants throughout courses and exams.

Moderator:
  Brenda Padilla, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León , Mexico

Panelists:

  • Gabi Witthaus, Loughborough University, UK
  • Mikel Labayen, Smowltech, Spain
  • Yves Lehmann, ProctorU, USA

Moderators
avatar for Brenda Cecilia Padilla&nbspRodríguez

Brenda Cecilia Padilla Rodríguez

Researcher, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
I'm a researcher, passionate about online education and learning technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Mikel Labayen

Mikel Labayen

Project Manager, Smowltech
avatar for Yves Lehmann

Yves Lehmann

Partnership Coordinator, Europe, ProctorU
avatar for Gabi Witthaus

Gabi Witthaus

Learning & Teaching Facilitator, Loughborough University
Open education; recognition of open learning; learning design. PhD student at Lancaster University, UK. Part-time Learning & Teaching Facilitator at Loughborough University. Consultant researcher and workshop leader at Art of E-learning.


Monday May 22, 2017 17:00 - 18:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)
 
Tuesday, May 23
 

08:30

EMOOCs Registration
EMOOCs Registration

Tuesday May 23, 2017 08:30 - 09:00
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

09:00

Plenary Keynote Session

EMOOCs Keynotes 3 and 4

Rick Levin (CEO, Coursera):
"Five Years After the Year of the MOOC: Where are we now?"

Abstract:
Five years ago, the MOOC gained global visibility with the emergence of Coursera, edX, Udacity, and other new platforms amid expectations that higher education would soon be transformed. Five years later, higher education has not changed much, but the labor market is undergoing a major transformation as micro-credentials have become a new currency. This talk will assess the current and potential future impact of open online education. 


Simon Nelson (CEO, FutureLearn):
"The Digital Transformation of HE"

Abstract:
Advances in technology are changing the face of many industries with the prolific use of new digital platforms and higher education is no exception. The higher education landscape is changing and it's become more relevant than ever to develop new strategies to meet the changing needs of both students and universities in this evolving era.  

In this keynote, Simon will discuss: 

  • The key challenges currently facing higher education; achieving a credible digital strategy; driving student recruitment and meeting the shared objectives of universities and business in addressing the skills gap amidst the pressure from governments and students to diversify learning delivery
  • How social learning platforms like FutureLearn can help universities meet the digital needs of their students through the launch of our latest series of academic credit MOOCs with leading UK universities as well as professional qualifications 
  • And finally, some thoughts on what the future looks like for edtech.

There will also be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentation.  


Moderators
avatar for Carlos Delgado&nbspKloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Vice President for Strategy and Digital Education, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Speakers
avatar for Rick Levin

Rick Levin

CEO, Coursera
Rick Levin is the Chief Executive Officer of Coursera. In 2013, he completed a twenty-year term as President of Yale University, during which time he played an integral role in growing the University’s programs, resources and reputation internationally. He was named to the Yale faculty in 1974 and spent the next two decades teaching, conducting research, serving on committees and working in administration at the university. Rick served on President... Read More →
avatar for Simon Nelson

Simon Nelson

Chief Executive, FutureLearn
Simon Nelson is Chief Executive of FutureLearn, the social learning platform and first UK-based provider of massive open online courses (MOOCs). Simon founded the Open University-backed initiative in December 2012 and has quickly established it as a high quality entrant to the emerging online learning market. The FutureLearn site went live in September 2013; since then, we have attracted over 5 million registered learners studying over 12 million courses between them. In May 2015, FutureLearn delivered the biggest single run of a MOOC ever, with a record of more than 440,000 people signing up for the IELTs course from the British Council. To date, FutureLearn has partnered with over 62 UK and international universities, and 40 specialist education providers and centres of excellence, including the British Council, European Space Agency and the National Film... Read More →


Tuesday May 23, 2017 09:00 - 10:30
A1: Auditorio Padre Soler Bldg

10:30

Session 4B (Experience): Success Stories with MOOCs
  • Rocael Hernández Rizzardini, Hector R. Amado-Salvatierra (Universidad Galileo, Guatemala): "Towards Full Engagement for Open Online Education. A practical experience for a MicroMaster" (25 min)
  • Rosanna de Rosa, Chiara Ferrari, Ruth Kerr (University of Naples, Federico II/IPSOS, Italy): "The E.M.M.A. experience: emerging patterns and factors for success" (25 min)

Moderators
avatar for Nicolas Sennequier

Nicolas Sennequier

Director of Digital Learning, IMT

Speakers
avatar for Rocael Hernández&nbspRizzardini

Rocael Hernández Rizzardini

Director GES, Universidad Galileo
avatar for Rosanna De Rosa

Rosanna De Rosa

prof., University of Naples Federico II


Tuesday May 23, 2017 10:30 - 11:30
A3: 4.1D03 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

10:30

Session 4C (Business): Automated Translation

Moderator: Thomas Staubitz, Hasso-Plattner-Institut Potsdam, Germany

Panelists:

  • Davor Orliç, Knowledge4All Foundation/TraMOOC, UK/Slovenia
  • Gonçal Garcés Díaz-Munío, Machine Learning and Language Processing, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Moderators
avatar for Thomas Staubitz

Thomas Staubitz

Hasso Plattner Institute

Speakers
avatar for Gonçal Garcés&nbspDíaz-Munío

Gonçal Garcés Díaz-Munío

MLLP research group, Universitat Politècnica de València
avatar for Davor Orlic

Davor Orlic

COO, Knowledge 4 All Foundation


Tuesday May 23, 2017 10:30 - 11:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

10:30

Session 4A (Policy): National Policies on MOOCs

This session will address the potential of MOOCs to respond to the challenges relating to changing societal needs in a global and digital economy, and to the modernization of Higher Education. On a European level, although differences are observed between certain countries, it seems that strong European involvement in MOOCs is widespread. However, the strongest involvement is seen in those regions with supportive policies and structures. Institutional policies at national and regional level seem to be a determinant factor in the uptake of MOOCs. Prominent questions to be addressed are, amongst others: why should governments (not) care about MOOCs, what are the reasons for governments to stimulate MOOCs, what are the potential benefits to society from a MOOC-based strategy, etc.


Moderators
avatar for Darco Jansen

Darco Jansen

EADTU
Since 2012 Darco Jansen is Programme manager of EADTU, responsible for development of different long term themes for EADTU (-members) on Online Education, MOOCs and OER, Employability and Open and social Innovation (e.g. with (small) businesses). | Darco’s fields of expertis... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for María Jesús García

María Jesús García

Head of the Online Teacher Training and Social Networks Unit, INTEF, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte
avatar for Juriaan van Kan

Juriaan van Kan

Senior Policy Officer, Dutch Ministry for Education, Culture, and Science
avatar for Catherine Mongenet

Catherine Mongenet

Directrice, GIP FUN MOOC
Catherine Mongenet is professor in Computer Science. From 2009 to 2012, she has been vice-president of the University of Strasbourg in charge of the digital strategy. In May 2013, she was appointed Policy Officer at the French Ministry of Higher Education in charge of the project... Read More →
avatar for Hans Pongratz

Hans Pongratz

Chief Information Officer, Technical University of Munich
Hans Pongratz is Senior Vice President for IT-Systems & Services and the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Technische Universität München (TUM) in Germany. Since 2011 he is responsible for the implementation of TUM's IT-Strategy 'Digital University' and set up e.g. TUM's MOOC program. He is member of several program committees (e.g. Bavarian Virtual University, www.vhb.org/en), reviewer groups, boards and was thematic sponsor of the expert group "new business models, technologies and lifelong learning" of the German Forum for Higher Education in the Digital Age (Hochschulforum Digitalisierung, https://hochschulforumdigitalisierung.de/en), an initiative by Centrum... Read More →


Tuesday May 23, 2017 10:30 - 11:30
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

11:30

Coffee Break and Experience Track Work-in-Progress posters
  • Min Lan, Jingyan Lu (The University of Hong Kong): "Assessing the Effectiveness of Self-Regulated Learning in MOOCs using Macro-level Behavioural Sequence"
  • Elena Martín-Monje, Timothy Read, Elena Barcena (UNED, Spain): "The importance of forum interaction and success rates in Language MOOCs"
  • Vassiliki Michou, Sabine Bottin-Rousseau, Antoine Rauzy (Sorbonne Universités, France): "Deploying a SPOC creation strategy at UPMC"
  • Ana Moura Santos, Pedro Ribeiro (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal): "Assessment in an Online Mathematics Course"
  • Alejandro Ortega-Arranz, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristóbal, Alejandra Martínez-Monés, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Juan I. Asensio-Pérez (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain): "Gamifying Collaborative Activities in MOOCs"
  • Karina Piersig, Marc Egloffstein, Martina Pumpat, Andreas Eckhardt, David Wagner (German Graduate School of Management and Law/Mannheim Business School, Germany): "Designing SPOCs for student engagement – experiences from Management Education"
  • Vicky Roy (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada): "Digital Storytelling for Start-Ups: A Work In Progress Design Experience"

See papers in online proceedings

Speakers
avatar for Min Lan

Min Lan

The University of Hong Kong
avatar for Elena Martín-Monje

Elena Martín-Monje

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
avatar for Vassiliki Michou

Vassiliki Michou

Project Manager, Instructional Engineer, UPMC - Sorbonne Université
avatar for Alejandro Ortega-Arranz

Alejandro Ortega-Arranz

Universidad de Valladolid
avatar for Karina Piersig

Karina Piersig

Digital Learning Manager, German Graduate School of Management and Law
avatar for Vicky Roy

Vicky Roy

Professor, School of Business, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Dr. Vicky Roy was born in the beautiful and historic city of Quebec. She earned her BBA from HEC in Montreal, as well as an MBA and PhD in Educational Technologies from the University of Sherbrooke, Canada. | | Furthermore, she has extensive senior management experience wo... Read More →
avatar for Ana Moura Santos

Ana Moura Santos

MOOC Técnico Coordinator, Instituto Superior Técnico


Tuesday May 23, 2017 11:30 - 12:00
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

12:00

Session 5A (Research): Learner Intention and Success
  • Monika Hamori (IE Business School, Madrid, Spain): "The Drivers of Employer Support for Professional Skill Development in MOOCs" (25 min)
  • Karel Kreijns, Marco Kalz, Jonatan Castaño-Muñoz, Yves Punie (OUNL, Netherlands/Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Human Capital and Employment Unit, Sevilla, Spain): "Implementation intention and how it affects goal achievement in MOOCs" (25 min)
  • Maartje Henderikx, Karel Kreijns, Marco Kalz (OUNL, Netherlands): "To Change or not to Change? That’s the Question… On MOOC-Success, Barriers and their Implications" (15 min)
  • Rémi Bachelet (Ecole Centrale Lille, France), Rawad Chaker (Université Lumière Lyon 2, France): "Towards a typology of MOOC activity patterns: learners who never rest?" (15 min)

Moderators
avatar for John Zornig

John Zornig

Director UQx, The University of Queensland
John Zornig is Director of UQx at University of Queensland (UQ). Located in the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation (ITaLI), UQx represents UQ’s engagement in edX the non-profit MOOC platform and provides online learning expertise across the institution. John has over... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Rémi Bachelet

Rémi Bachelet

Professor, Ecole Centrale de Lille
avatar for Monika Hamori

Monika Hamori

Professor, IE Business School
avatar for Maartje Henderikx

Maartje Henderikx

PhD student, Open Universiteit
avatar for Karel Kreijns

Karel Kreijns

Associate professor, Open University


Tuesday May 23, 2017 12:00 - 13:30
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

12:00

Session 5B (Experience): Addressing Learners' Needs
  • James Brunton, Mark Brown, Eamon Costello, Orna Farrell, Conor Mahon (Dublin City University, Ireland): "Giving flexible learners a head start on higher education: Designing and implementing a pre-induction socialisation MOOC" (25 min)
  • Ana Gimeno, Ignacio Despujol, Cristina Navarro (Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain): "Additional functionalities to convert an xMOOC into an xLMOOC" (25 min)
  • Susanna Sancassani, Paola Corti, Valeria Baudo (Politecnico di Milano, Italy): "An international collaboration in the design experience of a MOOC series" (25 min)
  • Wolfgang Petzold, Martin Gosset (European Committee of the Regions, Brussels): "Innovation in EU communication: MOOCs from the European Committee of the Regions" (15 min)

Speakers
avatar for Paola Corti

Paola Corti

Instructional Designer, Politecnico di Milano - METID
I'm an instructional designer and I'm involved in different MOOC projects at present time. I'm responsible the MOOCs for Teachers series (devoted to didactical innovation) on Polimi Open Knowledge platform (www.pok.polimi.it). Our last MOOC in this series, "Using OERs in Teaching... Read More →
avatar for Eamon Costello

Eamon Costello

Head of Open Education, Dublin City University
avatar for Ana Gimeno

Ana Gimeno

Professor, Universitat Politècnica de València
avatar for Martin Gosset

Martin Gosset

Administrator, European Committee of the Regions



Tuesday May 23, 2017 12:00 - 13:30
A3: 4.1D03 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

12:00

Session 5C (Policy): Quality Assurance and Recognition of MOOCs

MOOCs do not automatically imply a better access to the higher education system. Without any formal credits for MOOC completion, MOOCs are just in-/nonformal learning. Moreover, access to higher education system requires in addition that those credits do count as part of a formal degree. Gradually we see a shift from producing MOOCs based on regular courses to a mode where open education offering is becoming a part of formal degrees (for example with Micromasters and Nanodegrees).

Recognition of MOOC credits is for some part hindered by the lack of adequate legislation for regulating open and online education, both by HEI and by regulations regarding national accreditation. Next recognition requires trust between HEIs about the quality of MOOCs offered. Quality Assurance ranges from systems which check compliance to norms and standards, to systems that aim at quality enhancement by focusing on (institutional) process. This panel will reflect and discuss on these Quality assurance and recognition of MOOCs issues.



Moderators
avatar for Mauro Calise

Mauro Calise

Professor, University of Naples, Federico II
Mauro Calise is Professor of Political Science at the University of Naples Federico II and a Past-President of the Società Italiana di Scienza Politica (2008-10). | He is the founder and Director of federica.eu (www.Federica.eu), the largest worldwide provider of open access m... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Johannes Heinlein

Johannes Heinlein

VP of Strategic Partnerships, edX
Johannes Heinlein is vice president of strategic partnerships for edX, leading university partnership and collaboration initiatives. In this role, Johannes works directly with the edX president and board on identifying and executing strategy. Prior to joining edX, Johannes served... Read More →
avatar for Annechien Helsdingen

Annechien Helsdingen

course developer, EPFL


Tuesday May 23, 2017 12:00 - 13:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

13:30

Social Lunch
Social Lunch Day 2

Tuesday May 23, 2017 13:30 - 15:00
Cafeteria Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

15:00

Session 6A (Research): Learning Analytics and Assessment
  • Catherine Zhao, Sonal Bhalla, Joanne Travaglia, Lesley Halliday, Julia Kennedy (UNSW/University of Technology Sydney/YourTutor/St Vincent's Hospital Sydney, Australia): "Exploring the Role of Assessment in Developing Learners’ Critical Thinking in Massive Open Online Courses" (25 min)
  • Ismail Duru, Ayse Saliha Sunar, Gulustan Dogan, Su White (Yildiz Technical University, Turkey/Southampton University, UK): "Challenges of Identifying Second Language English Speakers in MOOCs" (25 min)
  • Daniel Jaramillo-Morillo, Mario Solarte Sarasty, Gustavo Ramírez González, Mar Pérez Sanagustín (Universidad del Cauca, Colombia/Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile): "Follow-up of learning activities in Open edX: a case study at the University of Cauca"(15 min)
  • Eamon Costello, Mark Brown, Binesh Nair, Mairéad Nic Giolla Mhichíl, Jingjing Zhang, Theo Lynn (Dublin City University, Ireland/Beijing Normal University, China): "#MOOC Friends and Followers: An Analysis of Twitter Hashtag Networks" (15 min)
  • Victor Dyomin, Galina Mozhaeva, Olesya Babanskaya, Ulyana Zakharova (National Research Tomsk State University, Russia): "MOOC Quality Evaluation System: Tomsk State University Experience" (15 min)

Moderators
avatar for Vicent Botti

Vicent Botti

Vice-Rector for the Development of ITC, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

Speakers
avatar for Eamon Costello

Eamon Costello

Head of Open Education, Dublin City University
avatar for Ismail Duru

Ismail Duru

Yildiz Technical University
avatar for Galina Mozhaeva

Galina Mozhaeva

Director at Institute of Distance Education, Tomsk State University
avatar for Mario Solarte

Mario Solarte

PhD candidate, Universidad del Cauca
avatar for Catherine Zhao

Catherine Zhao

UNSW Sydney


Tuesday May 23, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

15:00

Session 6B (Business): MOOCs for Companies

The main objective of this session is to discuss how the potential of MOOCs can be leveraged for companies. Either by providing their own MOOCs or by using existing MOOCs to train their employees. The session will be started by an introduction to the BizMOOC project, which explores the potential of MOOCs within companies and is the publisher of the MOOC Book.

Moderator:
Karina Piersig, Germany

Panelists:

  • Christian Friedl, FH Joanneum Graz, Institute of International Management/BizMOOC, Austria
  • Valli Rajagopal, ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), UK
  • Francesca Bonadei, Springer Italia, Italy
  • Monika Hamori, IE Business School Madrid, Spain
  • Sasha Norkin, edX, USA


Moderators
avatar for Karina Piersig

Karina Piersig

Digital Learning Manager, German Graduate School of Management and Law

Speakers
avatar for Francesca Bonadei

Francesca Bonadei

executive editor, Springer Verlag Italia s.r.l.
avatar for Christian Friedl

Christian Friedl

Lecturer, Researcher, Project coordinator, FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences
avatar for Monika Hamori

Monika Hamori

Professor, IE Business School
avatar for Sasha Norkin

Sasha Norkin

VP Marketing and Communication, edX.org
About edx.org and the in-demand and valuable courses and programs edx.org offers.
avatar for Valli Rajagopal

Valli Rajagopal

Head of Learning, ACCA


Tuesday May 23, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
A3: 4.1D03 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

15:00

Session 6C (Policy): Social Inclusion

The (initial) philosophy of MOOCs is to open up quality higher education to a wider audience. As such, MOOCs are an important tool to achieve Goal 4 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This panel session will address the possibilities of how MOOCs can facilitate equality and inclusion and in some cases, specifically target increased social mobility and broader access to the critical thinking, multi-cultural and digital skills necessary for today’s workforce. The panel will discuss the promises behind MOOCs in general, address the opportunities they offer for society, and examine how they may impact society and those people who are (potentially) left behind.

Moderator and introducer:
Vincent Zimmer (Kiron, Germany)

Panelists:


Moderators
avatar for Vincent Zimmer

Vincent Zimmer

CEO and Co-Founder, Kiron University
Vincent Zimmer is a Co-Founder of Kiron Open Higher Education, a blended learning educational platform for refugees. He completed two master’s degree study programmes, “International Economics” at the Georg-August-University Göttingen and “Public Policy and Administration” at the London School of Economics. Vincent Zimmer has a lot of experience in the startup area, and has been already involved in several foundings. Furthermore he worked in a consultancy... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jonatan Castaño

Jonatan Castaño

Researcher, European Commission - Joint Research Centre
avatar for Axelle Devaux

Axelle Devaux

Deputy Head of Brussels Office, RAND Europe


Tuesday May 23, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

16:30

Coffee Break and Experience Track Work-in-Progress posters
  • Min Lan, Jingyan Lu (The University of Hong Kong): "Assessing the Effectiveness of Self-Regulated Learning in MOOCs using Macro-level Behavioural Sequence"
  • Elena Martín-Monje, Timothy Read, Elena Barcena (UNED, Spain): "The importance of forum interaction and success rates in Language MOOCs"
  • Vassiliki Michou, Sabine Bottin-Rousseau, Antoine Rauzy (Sorbonne Universités, France): "Deploying a SPOC creation strategy at UPMC"
  • Ana Moura Santos, Pedro Ribeiro (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal): "Assessment in an Online Mathematics Course"
  • Alejandro Ortega-Arranz, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristóbal, Alejandra Martínez-Monés, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Juan I. Asensio-Pérez (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain): "Gamifying Collaborative Activities in MOOCs"
  • Karina Piersig, Marc Egloffstein, Martina Pumpat, Andreas Eckhardt, David Wagner (German Graduate School of Management and Law/Mannheim Business School, Germany): "Designing SPOCs for student engagement – experiences from Management Education"
  • Vicky Roy (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada): "Digital Storytelling for Start-Ups: A Work In Progress Design Experience"

See papers in online proceedings

Speakers
avatar for Min Lan

Min Lan

The University of Hong Kong
avatar for Elena Martín-Monje

Elena Martín-Monje

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
avatar for Vassiliki Michou

Vassiliki Michou

Project Manager, Instructional Engineer, UPMC - Sorbonne Université
avatar for Alejandro Ortega-Arranz

Alejandro Ortega-Arranz

Universidad de Valladolid
avatar for Karina Piersig

Karina Piersig

Digital Learning Manager, German Graduate School of Management and Law
avatar for Vicky Roy

Vicky Roy

Professor, School of Business, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Dr. Vicky Roy was born in the beautiful and historic city of Quebec. She earned her BBA from HEC in Montreal, as well as an MBA and PhD in Educational Technologies from the University of Sherbrooke, Canada. | | Furthermore, she has extensive senior management experience wo... Read More →
avatar for Ana Moura Santos

Ana Moura Santos

MOOC Técnico Coordinator, Instituto Superior Técnico


Tuesday May 23, 2017 16:30 - 17:00
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

17:00

Plenary Panel Session: The ten questions you would not like us to ask

Many debates about MOOCs have been geared towards potential futures. Now, with 5 years experience, let’s focus on what our community achieved. As gurus have left the field and over-expectations have vanished, panelists can now be very concrete about their successes and failures, about their perception of the field as compared to these expectations at the first EMOOCs conference in 2013.  I will ask 5 questions to the panelists that I won’t disclose in advance. I invite the audience to send me questions before EMOOCs 2017 simply by an email with subject « 10Q » sent to pierre.dillenbourg@epfl.ch


Moderators
avatar for Pierre Dillenbourg

Pierre Dillenbourg

Professor, EPFL

Speakers
avatar for Anant Agarwal

Anant Agarwal

CEO, edX
Anant Agarwal is the CEO of edX, an online learning destination founded by Harvard and MIT. Anant taught the first edX course on circuits and electronics from MIT, which drew 155,000 students from 162 countries. He has served as the director of CSAIL, MIT's Computer Science and A... Read More →
avatar for Carolina Jeux&nbspConde

Carolina Jeux Conde

CEO, Telefónica Educación Digital
Carolina Jeux es CEO de Telefónica Educación Digital, compañía del Grupo Telefónica especializada en soluciones integrales on line para la educación y la formación. | Carolina se incorporó a Telefónica en 2001, como CEO de Educaterra (hoy Telefónica Educación Digital). Su reto actual es posicionar... Read More →
avatar for Rick Levin

Rick Levin

CEO, Coursera
Rick Levin is the Chief Executive Officer of Coursera. In 2013, he completed a twenty-year term as President of Yale University, during which time he played an integral role in growing the University’s programs, resources and reputation internationally. He was named to the Yale faculty in 1974 and spent the next two decades teaching, conducting research, serving on committees and working in administration at the university. Rick served on President... Read More →
avatar for Simon Nelson

Simon Nelson

Chief Executive, FutureLearn
Simon Nelson is Chief Executive of FutureLearn, the social learning platform and first UK-based provider of massive open online courses (MOOCs). Simon founded the Open University-backed initiative in December 2012 and has quickly established it as a high quality entrant to the emerging online learning market. The FutureLearn site went live in September 2013; since then, we have attracted over 5 million registered learners studying over 12 million courses between them. In May 2015, FutureLearn delivered the biggest single run of a MOOC ever, with a record of more than 440,000 people signing up for the IELTs course from the British Council. To date, FutureLearn has partnered with over 62 UK and international universities, and 40 specialist education providers and centres of excellence, including the British Council, European Space Agency and the National Film... Read More →


Tuesday May 23, 2017 17:00 - 18:30
A1: Auditorio Padre Soler Bldg

20:00

Gala Reception
Gala Reception

Tuesday May 23, 2017 20:00 - 23:00
Círculo de Bellas Artes Calle de Alcalá, 42 (entrance through Calle del Marqués de Casa Riera) 28014 Madrid (www.circulobellasartes.com)
 
Wednesday, May 24
 

10:00

Plenary Keynote Session (with Open edX Conference)
Speakers
avatar for Anant Agarwal

Anant Agarwal

CEO, edX
Anant Agarwal is the CEO of edX, an online learning destination founded by Harvard and MIT. Anant taught the first edX course on circuits and electronics from MIT, which drew 155,000 students from 162 countries. He has served as the director of CSAIL, MIT's Computer Science and A... Read More →


Wednesday May 24, 2017 10:00 - 10:45
A1: Auditorio Padre Soler Bldg

10:45

State of Open edX (with Open edX Conference)
Speakers
avatar for Joel Barciauskas

Joel Barciauskas

Engineering Manager, Open edX, edX
Engineering manager for the Open edX team here at edX, looking forward to talking to the community about what you all are doing with the platform and how we can work together to build the best platform for online education in the world!


Wednesday May 24, 2017 10:45 - 11:45
A1: Auditorio Padre Soler Bldg

11:45

Coffee Break
Wednesday May 24, 2017 11:45 - 12:30
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

11:45

Workshops Registration
EMOOCs Workshops Registration

Wednesday May 24, 2017 11:45 - 12:30
B0: Library Vestibule Library, Ground Floor

12:30

Workshop 1: HybridEd: Blended Learning (1 of 2)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

HybridEd Workshop: Innovations in Blended Learning with MOOCs
Saif Rayyan (MIT), Mar Pérez-Sanagustín (PUC Chile), Jessica Sandland (MIT), Carlos Delgado Kloos (UC3M)

http://educate.gast.it.uc3m.es/hybrided2017/

  • 12:30-13:05: Introduction and Panel
    Moderator: Saif Rayyan (MIT)
    Panelists: Sheryl Barnes (MIT), Carlos Delgado Kloos (UC3M), Julie Goff (Davidson College), Daniel Seaton (Harvard University)
  • 13:05-13:20 Invited Talk
    Georg Rieger (UBC): "Using edX for blended learning in physics at UBC"
  • 13:20-13:35
    Mar Pérez-Sanagustín (PUC Chile): "Presentation of the H-Framework"
  • 13:35-14:00 Paper Presentations
    Moderator: Jessica Sandland (MIT) 
  1. Ilya Musabirov, Alina Bakhitova, Paul Okopny, Stanislav Pozdniakov, Alena Suvorova (National Research University Higher School of Economics/Uppsala University): "Teaching Basics of Data Science to non-STEM undergraduates. A Hybrid Learning Approach" (5 min)
  2. Mohammad Khalil (Delft University of Technology): "Why Undergraduates Enroll in MOOCs?" (5 min)
  3. Lasse Jensen, Helle Mathiasen (University of Copenhagen): "Thesis project feedback from MOOC learners - A case study" (5 min)
  4. Discussion (10 min)

Moderators
avatar for Carlos Delgado&nbspKloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Vice President for Strategy and Digital Education, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Mar Pérez-Sanagustín

Mar Pérez-Sanagustín

Associate Professor, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Mar Pérez-Sanagustín is a researcher and Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Mar worked from 2011 until 2014 as a researcher at the Gradient Lab of the Grupo de Aplicaciones y Servicios Telemáticos (GAST) at the... Read More →
avatar for Saif Rayyan

Saif Rayyan

Digital Learning Scientist, MIT
avatar for Jessica Sandland

Jessica Sandland

Technical Instructor, MIT

Speakers
avatar for Sheryl Barnes

Sheryl Barnes

Director, Digital Learning in Residential Ed, MIT, Office of Digital Learning
avatar for Carlos Delgado&nbspKloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Vice President for Strategy and Digital Education, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Julie Goff

Julie Goff

Director of Engagement / Digital Learning, Davidson College
avatar for Mohammad Khalil

Mohammad Khalil

Ph.D. Candidate, Graz University of Technology
I am a Ph.D. student at the Graz University of Technology. I am defending my dissertation in May 2017 just before the EMOOCs conference. My main interests are Learning Analytics, MOOCs and Ethics. My next step is to start working as a postdoc in CEL TUDelft.
avatar for Mar Pérez-Sanagustín

Mar Pérez-Sanagustín

Associate Professor, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Mar Pérez-Sanagustín is a researcher and Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Mar worked from 2011 until 2014 as a researcher at the Gradient Lab of the Grupo de Aplicaciones y Servicios Telemáticos (GAST) at the... Read More →
avatar for Georg Rieger

Georg Rieger

Instructor, University of British Columbia
avatar for Daniel Seaton

Daniel Seaton

Sr. Research Scientist, Harvard University



Wednesday May 24, 2017 12:30 - 14:00
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

12:30

Workshop 2: Learning Analytics to Overcome Language Barriers (1 of 2)
Limited Capacity seats available

Leveraging Learning Analytics to Identify and Overcome Barriers to MOOCs in a Foreign Language
Ayse Saliha Sunar*, Gulustan Dogan**, Adriana Wilde*, Ismail Duru** (* The University of Southampton, UK, ** Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey)

https://moocprediction.wordpress.com

Programme of Part 1
12:30-12: 45: Welcome
12:45-13:10: Introduction (Ayse Sunar)
13:10-13:40: Use of LA in a MOOC research (Ismail Duru)
13:40-13:55: Q&A and discussion
13:55-14:00: Closing the session

In our workshop, we are going to discuss how we can identify the MOOC participants whose first language is different from the language used in a course. We are going to share our analysis on these learners’ behaviours in MOOCs. The other very relevant themes are Educational Data mining in MOOCs and Tools / Methods for processing large amounts of MOOC data. We plan to show how we used numbers of technological tools to mine the MOOC data and produce sensible analysis on MOOCs participants. The workshop is also secondarily relevant to Adaptivity and Personalization Studies since platforms may use our analyses to enhance the user experience of foreign language speakers in an English speaking MOOC.

Our objective is to raise attention of researchers on international participants in MOOCs. Therefore, we plan to do discuss the topic with the attendees and we will present the ideas raised in the workshop in the workshop’s blog. This workshop will also help us to shape our research based on the discussions of the workshop. As the topic is a multidisciplinary topic, we will get the different views of the audience from different backgrounds.

This workshop has 3 parts.

1. First part- Introduction:
Introductory part gives the attendees an overview of how learning analytics are used in general and specifically in MOOCs. We are planning to give examples from the recent literature.

2. Second part- Sharing our experience:
In this part of the workshop, we are going to share how we leveraged on learning analytics to identify the MOOC participants of whom their first language is different from the language of the course. We are going to share the results of our analysis and to highlight the challenges that we have faced along the way.

3. Third part- Brain storming with the attendees over given cases:
The last part of the workshop will be an interactive session. The attendees will be given a case scenarios which include the challenges that we have addressed in the previous part. We are expecting that the attendees will do brain storming about which technique they would have used or which approach they would have taken to solve the stated issues in the scenarios.


Moderators
avatar for Ismail Duru

Ismail Duru

Yildiz Technical University
avatar for Ayse Saliha Sunar

Ayse Saliha Sunar

University of Southampton
avatar for Adriana Wilde

Adriana Wilde

University of Southampton

Wednesday May 24, 2017 12:30 - 14:00
B2: Meeting Room in Library 3.3.B.01 (Library, 3rd Floor)

14:00

Snacks
Coffee Break

Wednesday May 24, 2017 14:00 - 14:45
B2: Meeting Room in Library 3.3.B.01 (Library, 3rd Floor)

14:00

Snacks
Coffee Break

Wednesday May 24, 2017 14:00 - 14:45
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

14:45

Workshop 1: HybridEd: Blended Learning (2 of 2)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

HybridEd Workshop: Innovations in Blended Learning with MOOCs
http://educate.gast.it.uc3m.es/hybrided2017/

  • 14:45-15:15 Paper presentations
    Moderator:  Carlos Delgado Kloos (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
  1. Laia Albó, Davinia Hernández-Leo (Universitat Pompeu Fabra): "Breaking the walls of a campus summer course for high school students with two MOOCs" (5 min)
  2. Laia Albó, Cristina Gelpí (Universitat Pompeu Fabra): "From a FutureLearn MOOC to a blended SPOC: the experience of a Catalan Sign Language course" (5 min)
  3. Ulrike Wild (WageningenUR): "MOOCs in blended/hybrid education" (5 min)
  4. Discussion (15 min) 

 
  • 15:15-16:15: H-framework activity
    Moderator: Mar Pérez-Sanagustín (PUC Chile) 

Moderators
avatar for Carlos Delgado&nbspKloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Vice President for Strategy and Digital Education, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Mar Pérez-Sanagustín

Mar Pérez-Sanagustín

Associate Professor, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Mar Pérez-Sanagustín is a researcher and Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Mar worked from 2011 until 2014 as a researcher at the Gradient Lab of the Grupo de Aplicaciones y Servicios Telemáticos (GAST) at the... Read More →
avatar for Saif Rayyan

Saif Rayyan

Digital Learning Scientist, MIT
avatar for Jessica Sandland

Jessica Sandland

Technical Instructor, MIT

Speakers
avatar for Laia Albó

Laia Albó

Universitat Pompeu Fabra
avatar for Ulrike Wild

Ulrike Wild

Programme Director Online & Open Learning, WageningenUR
As Programme Director of Open and Online Learning at Wageningen University & Research Ulrike is involved in strategy and policy development around online and open learning. As well she is responsible for the production of online masters, open and online courses and OER. The... Read More →



Wednesday May 24, 2017 14:45 - 16:15
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

14:45

Workshop 2: Learning Analytics to Overcome Language Barriers (2 of 2)
Limited Capacity seats available

Leveraging Learning Analytics to Identify and Overcome Barriers to MOOCs in a Foreign Language
https://moocprediction.wordpress.com 

See description at part 1.

Programme of Part 2
14:45-14:50: Introduction of the session
14:50-15:50: Interactive group discussion
15:50-16:10: Summary of group discussions
16:10-16:15: Closing the workshop
 

Moderators
avatar for Ismail Duru

Ismail Duru

Yildiz Technical University
avatar for Ayse Saliha Sunar

Ayse Saliha Sunar

University of Southampton
avatar for Adriana Wilde

Adriana Wilde

University of Southampton

Wednesday May 24, 2017 14:45 - 16:15
B2: Meeting Room in Library 3.3.B.01 (Library, 3rd Floor)
 
Thursday, May 25
 

09:00

Workshops Registration
EMOOCs Workshops Registration

Thursday May 25, 2017 09:00 - 09:30
B0: Library Vestibule Library, Ground Floor

09:30

Workshop 3: MOOC Design Method (1 of 2)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Designing your MOOC Design Method
Annemieke van den Bijllaardt, Monique Snijder (Centre for Innovation, Leiden University)

The three main objectives of this workshop are:

  • Sharing knowledge and insight about course design methods
  • Exchanging best practices
  • Co-creating a course design method

The workshop relates to the topics:
  • Design methods for MOOCs & SPOCs
  • Participatory and interdisciplinary design
  • Engaging teachers in MOOC design and production
  • Learning by doing (within the production process)
  • Pedagogical and didactical quality assurance & quality assessment models
  • Consultancy skills & powerful questions

This hands-on workshop relates strongly to both the topics and the style of the eMOOCs 2017 conference, focusing on the production process of MOOCs and delivering a tangible outcome to its participants. The participants will learn from the experience of Leiden Uni- versity, as well as from each other. Together we will exchange best practices and come up with an ‘ideal design method’, which the participants can apply directly to their daily practices.

A good start is half the battle. Taking a step back to set up a course design will result in a smooth development process and a coherent course. This is why the Online Learning Lab takes at least two days for every course, working together with the instructors to create a well thought out course design. With the start of product development being so important, this workshop is an opportunity to engage with our audience. Sharing our knowledge, we can co-create the best possible course design method. We will introduce our audience to the course design method we normally use to create our online learning experiences at Leiden University. This workshop will be a design session to create a design method.

At the end of the day, we will have a co-created course design method. During the course of next year, we would like our participants to try out this design and return to us with feed- back. At eMOOCs 2018, we will use the feedback to reflect on our course design method, further adjusting and refining it. We would like to report our findings in an article, focusing on the best practices of online course design methods. 

 


Moderators
avatar for Annemieke Van Den Bijllaardt

Annemieke Van Den Bijllaardt

Instructional designer, Leiden University
avatar for Monique Snijder

Monique Snijder

Instructional designer, Leiden University

Thursday May 25, 2017 09:30 - 11:30
B2: Meeting Room in Library 3.3.B.01 (Library, 3rd Floor)

09:30

Workshop 4: Green Keen? (1 of 2)
Limited Capacity filling up

Green Keen? Engaging Mini-Lectures With Green Screen Technology
Gabi Hurlen, Aslak Ormestad, Emma Vestli (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, HiOA)

Our topic is how to create mini lectures using green screen technology. Our objective is to engage a variety of participants; academics, administrative and business employees. We will let them experience how to make innovative use of green screen technology and how the entire production process can be streamlined. We are using NewTek ́s portable studio TriCaster Mini. This enables us to organize video production in offices, dedicated studios, a classroom or when traveling. It is a small with a variety of features for recording and streaming purposes and is affordable even for smaller educational institutions.

The topic of our workshop will be the change in the lecturing paradigm that many institutions of higher learning are experiencing. We move from an exploratory phase of MOOCs combined with flipped classroom approaches through a domestication process towards integral production models for all kinds of courses, seminars and even organizational procedures. 


Moderators
avatar for Gabi Hurlen

Gabi Hurlen

Adviser, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences
avatar for Aslak Ormestad

Aslak Ormestad

Senior adviser, Oslo and Akershus University College
avatar for Emma Vestli

Emma Vestli

Advisor, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences


Thursday May 25, 2017 09:30 - 11:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

09:30

Workshop 7: Cultural Diversity (EMMA)
Limited Capacity seats available

Representing cultural diversity in a massive environment. The role of EMMA in the MOOC environment
Rosanna de Rosa (University of Naples), Ruth Kerr (EMMA project)

Multilingual and cultural diversity skills are viewed as a communicative proficiency that is necessary for people to fully function in 21st century learning. The Emma Project is responding to this challenge through provision of an Automatic Transcription Translation System thanks to the expertise of the Universitat Politècnica of Valencia.

Bridging the need for multilingualism with the need for respecting cultural diversity in a digital platform, which, by its very nature, tends towards standardisation is very challenging. Participants in the workshop will be invited to explore how the concept of cultural diversity can be addressed in a MOOC platform. 

 

Moderators
avatar for Ruth Kerr

Ruth Kerr

University of Naples
avatar for Rosanna De Rosa

Rosanna De Rosa

prof., University of Naples Federico II

Thursday May 25, 2017 09:30 - 11:30
B3: Language Room in Library Library, 1st Basement

11:30

Coffee Break
Coffee Break

Thursday May 25, 2017 11:30 - 12:00
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

12:00

Workshop 3: MOOC Design Method (2 of 2)
Limited Capacity filling up

See description at part 1.

Moderators
avatar for Annemieke Van Den Bijllaardt

Annemieke Van Den Bijllaardt

Instructional designer, Leiden University
avatar for Monique Snijder

Monique Snijder

Instructional designer, Leiden University

Thursday May 25, 2017 12:00 - 13:30
B2: Meeting Room in Library 3.3.B.01 (Library, 3rd Floor)

12:00

Workshop 4: Green Keen? (2 of 2)
Limited Capacity filling up

See description at part 1.

Moderators
avatar for Gabi Hurlen

Gabi Hurlen

Adviser, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences
avatar for Aslak Ormestad

Aslak Ormestad

Senior adviser, Oslo and Akershus University College
avatar for Emma Vestli

Emma Vestli

Advisor, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

Thursday May 25, 2017 12:00 - 13:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

12:00

Workshop 8: Global Public Health
Limited Capacity seats available

What do we need more to setup a Massive Open Online Program in Global Public Health?
Anneliese Depoux1, Khamsa Habouchi1, Jennifer Fatni2, Arnaud Fontanet2, Antoine Flahault1,3 (1=Centre Virchow-Villermé for Public Health Paris-Berlin, Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, France. 2=Institut Pasteur, France. 3=Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva, Switzerland)

The Workshop Dialogue on "What do we need more to set up a MOOC Program in Global Public Health?" will aim at gathering researchers, practitioners from pedagogical sciences and deans from Schools and Programs of Global Public Health to discuss current innovative experiences and future directions, challenges, and visions for setting a MOOP (Massive Open Online Program) in Global Public Health.

According to the World Health Report, there is an urgent need for trained healthcare workers in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs) (Withers M. et al., 2015). To keep costs down, the World Health Organization recommended using regional resources and IT (WHO, 2006). MOOPs represent a huge potential for advancing Global Public Health training through online courses.

Earning a certificate in the Global Public Health field by successfully completing MOOCs is an important opportunity for the MOOC audience: a lifelong learning opportunity particular in regions lacking access to such degrees. The implementation of a MOOP in Global Public Health is a real challenge (modalities of certification, structuration of the curricula, potential for internship or thesis, validations, economic model)

This workshop is led by Université Paris Descartes (Centre Virchow-Villermé for Public Health Paris-Berlin), the Institut Pasteur, and the University of Geneva (Institute of Global Health) with major stakeholders of MOOC production such as the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), University Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal, University Houphouet Boigny, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, University of Ouagadougou and Center for Global Health, Burkina Faso, and University of Yaoundé, Cameroun. 

Centre Virchow-Villermé for Public Health is currently the European leader for MOOCs in public and global health, with 19 MOOCs being produced by its own MOOC factory, in collaboration and/or coproduction with international partners.

The Institut Pasteur is actively involved in the development of online teaching, and in particular in the production of 7 MOOCs and is benefiting of a wide network in regions where implementing these curricula would be needed.

University of Geneva has also an expertise in the development of 4 MOOCs in Global Health, and has also integrated some of them as part of its PhD in global health.

With
  • Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH), is currently the world leader in Public Health MOOCs and has already implemented a part-time/ online MPH Program.
  • EPFL is involved in innovative education practices in developping countries. The EPFL-MOOCs collaboration in Africa is working toward creating collaboration between North and South around common MOOC programs.
  • University Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal, University Houphouet Boigny, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, and University of Yaoundé, Cameroun 

Moderators
avatar for Antoine Flahault

Antoine Flahault

Director, Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva
avatar for Arnaud Fontanet

Arnaud Fontanet

Institut Pasteur
avatar for Khamsa Habouchi

Khamsa Habouchi

Deputy Director and MOOC Factory Manager, Centre Virchow-Villermé/ Université Paris Descartes

Thursday May 25, 2017 12:00 - 13:30
B3: Language Room in Library Library, 1st Basement

13:30

Social Lunch
Social Lunch EMOOCs Workshops

Thursday May 25, 2017 13:30 - 15:00
Cafeteria Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

15:00

Workshop 5: Framing the Talking Head (1 of 2)
Limited Capacity seats available

A tale of thousand and one frames: How media design can help the educator to communicate: Framing the ‘Talking Head’
Jeanine Reutemann (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Basel, FHNW, Switzerland)

Workshop objective
  • Facilitate an active, engaging and ‘hands-on’ group work about‘Talking Heads’ in educational MOOC videos.
  • Implementing very short ‘Talking Head’ (TH) video tests to visualize different media design strategies.
  • Raise educators and production teams awareness on production styles and media design strategies relevant for framing a ‘Talking Head’
Topic

Last year, when we analyzed 448 MOOC videos, the ‘Talking Head’ was outstanding with 74% as the most used video format for the communication of educational content (please see: Reutemann J: “Differences and Commonalities”, EMOOC16 or the accompanying research video: https://youtu.be/5VEHBuuRKXI).

Despite this questionable uniformity of presentation, there are multiple possibilities to frame a ‘Talking Head’ in a surrounding space. Using a standardized video format might not be the optimal solution for every head as each educator has an unique way of teaching, performing and transferring their specific scientific content into narra- tives of speeches, gestures and images. One speaker might be shyer than another, a different one slightly hyperactive, with the corresponding increased use of gestures. It’s also a question about managing the empty spaces, choosing corresponding sur- rounding spaces, or using the right camera lenses. Knowledge created in what now amounts to almost a century of applied film studies and media sciences can be used as a fundament for supporting educators on their individual presentation style.In this workshop, I will first give some deeper insights into these issues (part of our ongoing MOOC research study). Second, we’ll work in small groups on case study examples (preferable: bring your own example and challenges) and will do some hands-on work. 

Moderators
avatar for Jeanine Reutemann

Jeanine Reutemann

Research Associate, Lecturer & Filmmaker, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW
Science communication, excellence in film and animation, digital education, VR, gesture theory, multimodal communication.

Thursday May 25, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
B2: Meeting Room in Library 3.3.B.01 (Library, 3rd Floor)

15:00

Workshop 6: Speaking on Camera (1 of 2)

Speaking on Camera: How to Enhance MOOC Performances
Laura Penn (The Public Speaking School, Founding Director, Gland, Switzerland)

The MOOC filming studio presents a starkly different environment from the classrooms, boardrooms or auditoriums which MOOC speakers (speakers) may be used to. A live audience, which normally delivers emotional feedback, is replaced by an inanimate camera lens; the generous space often available in teaching environments, is more restricted in a filming studio, limiting a speaker’s ability to “speak” with their bodies; and the use of a teleprompter can make a speaker’s gaze look frozen and lifeless. Furthermore, not all speakers have on-camera performance skills, which can limit the quality of what is filmed. Taken together, these varied elements can affect the quality of MOOC performances, resulting in content that may not be as good as it could be.

This groundbreaking, hands-on workshop intends to provide a forum to discuss, a platform to experience and a formula to solve how to help speakers perform at their best in front of the camera.


Moderators
avatar for Laura Penn

Laura Penn

Founding Director, The Public Speaking School
Speaking on Camera, How to enhance MOOC performances, public speaking, rehearsing for MOOC performances

Thursday May 25, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

15:00

Workshop 9: The Art of Disruption (1 of 4)
Limited Capacity filling up

Co-creating the future of MOOCs using the art of disruption
Yannis Angelis (Beyond Storytelling, Bad Homburg, Germany)

In a fast developing and highly disruptive digital-herded era, it has become evident that education, learning and their elements couldn’t have stayed unaffected both by the hype and the need for transformation. At the same time, education experts find themselves being enmeshed as they try to create a sustainable learning environment for their learners in what appears to be, today, a very complex educational and social domain. It becomes even harder to predict what kind of impact disruption will have, in the next 5-10 years, on this new digital learning ecosystem.

The hypothesis, which forms the basis of this highly interactive workshop, is that predicting the future cannot happen without experiencing, “playing,” and getting more familiar with the disruption itself and its consequences. MOOCs and the way they entered the field of education have been considered a significant disruptive intervention.

This workshop aims to predict the future of MOOCs by experiencing disruption and providing a safe environment for the participants to do so.

Participants in Workshop 9 are kindly requested that they take all 4 parts, both on Thursday 25 and Friday 26, and not only some of them, so that the dynamics of the workshop work properly. The workshop is designed in such a way that disruptive interventions are taking place throughout the whole duration of it, from the way participants introduce themselves to the way they conduct a group and work together up to the final creation and mapping of the desired outcome

Key information about the workshop here
.

Moderators
avatar for Yannis Angelis

Yannis Angelis

Consultant, Beyond Storytelling
I am working for the last 25 years in the organizational environment in different roles, mainly Training & Learning Management, and Marketing Communication. I have a background in Gestalt Organizational Development and my field of interest is Learning and the change that technolo... Read More →

Thursday May 25, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
B3: Language Room in Library Library, 1st Basement

16:30

Coffee Break
Coffee Break

Thursday May 25, 2017 16:30 - 17:00
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

17:00

Workshop 5: Framing the Talking Head (2 of 2)
Limited Capacity seats available

See description at part 1.

Moderators
avatar for Jeanine Reutemann

Jeanine Reutemann

Research Associate, Lecturer & Filmmaker, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW
Science communication, excellence in film and animation, digital education, VR, gesture theory, multimodal communication.

Thursday May 25, 2017 17:00 - 18:30
B2: Meeting Room in Library 3.3.B.01 (Library, 3rd Floor)

17:00

Workshop 6: Speaking on Camera (2 of 2)
See description at part 1.

Moderators
avatar for Laura Penn

Laura Penn

Founding Director, The Public Speaking School
Speaking on Camera, How to enhance MOOC performances, public speaking, rehearsing for MOOC performances


Thursday May 25, 2017 17:00 - 18:30
B1: Video Studio in Library 3.S1.08 (Library, Basement)

17:00

Workshop 9: The Art of Disruption (2 of 4)
Limited Capacity filling up

See description at part 1.

Moderators
avatar for Yannis Angelis

Yannis Angelis

Consultant, Beyond Storytelling
I am working for the last 25 years in the organizational environment in different roles, mainly Training & Learning Management, and Marketing Communication. I have a background in Gestalt Organizational Development and my field of interest is Learning and the change that technolo... Read More →

Thursday May 25, 2017 17:00 - 18:30
B3: Language Room in Library Library, 1st Basement
 
Friday, May 26
 

09:00

EMOOCs Spanish Track Registration
EMOOCs Spanish Track Registration

Friday May 26, 2017 09:00 - 09:30
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

09:30

Spanish Track Opening and Keynote Session
EMOOCs Spanish Track Opening, Keynote 5 and Keynote 6

Carolina Jeux (Telefónica Educación Digital):
"Los MOOCs transformarán rápidamente el entorno de aprendizaje corporativo"
"MOOC quickly transforming the corporate learning environment"

Resumen:

Las plataformas MOOCs abiertas y los nuevos procesos de certificación abren nuevas oportunidades a las universidades  para llegar al mercado corporativo de formación.

Los MOOC se están convirtiendo rápidamente en el estándar de eLearning para universidades y entornos corporativos de capacitación en línea. No solo el éxito del formato está generando SPOC y pequeñas plataformas MOOC (como Learn4Sales o DataAcademy), sino que es una manera sencilla para las empresas de acceder a la siempre creciente oferta de cursos universitarios en plataformas como Miríada X. La clave para las universidades es abordar correctamente la demanda de formación cualificada en nuevos conocimientos, centrándose en el posicionamiento y la calidad, y ofrecerla a través de los nuevos procesos de certificación.


Abstract:
New opportunities for Universities as open MOOC platforms and new certification schemes empowers them to reach the corporate training market.

MOOC are quickly becoming the eLearning standard for universities and online corporate training environments. Not only the success of the format is generating SPOC (small private online curses) and in-house MOOC platforms (as Learn4Sales or DataAcademy), but is an easy way for corporations to access the always growing offer of university courses in platforms such as Miríada X. The key for Universities is to address correctly the demand for qualified training in new knowledge, focusing on positioning and quality, and offer it along new certification schemes.

 

Armando Fox (Professor, University of California at Berkeley)
"Salvar el mundo», proyecto a proyecto" 
 
Resumen:
En 2012, el profesor David Patterson y yo lanzamos un experimento para ampliar la escala de la enseñanza de la ingeniería de software ágil, empezando con nuestros propios estudiantes en UC Berkeley y finalmente desarrollando uno de los primeros Cursos Masivos Abiertos en Línea (MOOCs) llamado Engineering Software as a Service o ESaaS.

Estamos satisfechos de que ESaaS haya alcanzado desde entonces a cientos de miles de estudiantes individuales alrededor del mundo. Pero falta un ingrediente vital: el software de hoy se desarrolla en equipo. Es por eso que los estudiantes de nuestro curso de UC Berkeley trabajan en «equipos de 1-pizza» para crear o mejorar las aplicaciones SaaS para clientes reales. Desde 2012, nuestros estudiantes han entregado más de 100 aplicaciones SaaS a organizaciones sin fines de lucro y ONGs, como la Iniciativa de Ciencias Ambientales, Codeando México, Khan Academy Birmano, Cruz Roja de California, e Ingenieros Sin Fronteras. Estos proyectos requieren no sólo la coordinación del equipo en tareas técnicas, sino también «habilidades blandas» (“soft skills”) tales como comunicación intra-equipo, trabajo con clientes no técnicos, y aprender a revisar y criticar el trabajo técnico de otros. Para ayudar a los estudiantes a desarrollar estas habilidades, los equipos de proyecto son entrenados durante las reuniones frecuentes con docentes.

Entonces nos preguntamos:  ¿Se pueden enseñar estas habilidades a escala MOOC? ¿Cómo puede la tecnología ampliar la influencia de los docentes (profesores, ayudantes, mentores profesionales) de igual forma como los «auto-graders» (revisores automatizados) han podido ampliar la influencia de los docentes individuales? Una vía prometedora es el uso omnipresente de herramientas de colaboración basadas en la nube para apoyar tanto las actividades técnicas como las no técnicas, desde el estilo y calidad de la base de código hasta la comunicación del equipo y la gestión de proyectos. En esta presentación describiré nuestra investigación inicial sobre el uso de la telemetría disponible de tales servicios como indicadores del comportamiento del equipo, permitiendo que los mentores del proyecto supervisen a muchos equipos y amplíen la enseñanza basada en proyectos a la escala MOOC.
 

Moderators
avatar for Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Visiting Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Carlos Delgado&nbspKloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Vice President for Strategy and Digital Education, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Rocael Hernández&nbspRizzardini

Rocael Hernández Rizzardini

Director GES, Universidad Galileo

Speakers
avatar for Armando Fox

Armando Fox

Professor, University of California at Berkeley
Armando Fox fox@cs.berkeley.edu is a Professor in Berkeley’s Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department and the Faculty Advisor to the UC Berkeley MOOCLab. He co-designed and co-taught Berkeley’s first Massive Open Online Course, “Engineering Software as a Service”, which over 10,000 students worldwide have completed and inspired the highly-rated textbook of the same name. He also serves on the Technical Advisory Committee of EdX, helping to set the technical direction of the OpenEdX MOOC platform. He has received numerous awards for teaching, mentoring, and research, including the 2015 ACM Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award for the impact of his online education work. He has addressed the California legislature, the China Ministry of Education, and the Japan Top Global University Project, among others, on topics related to online and hybrid education. His current research in online education includes automatically helping students improve their coding style and improving engagement and learning outcomes in MOOCs. He is particularly interested on how MOOC and classroom education can mutually support each other. His degrees are from MIT (BS in EECS), the University of Illinois (MS in EE), and UC Berkeley (PhD in CS). He is also the author of... Read More →
avatar for Carolina Jeux&nbspConde

Carolina Jeux Conde

CEO, Telefónica Educación Digital
Carolina Jeux es CEO de Telefónica Educación Digital, compañía del Grupo Telefónica especializada en soluciones integrales on line para la educación y la formación. | Carolina se incorporó a Telefónica en 2001, como CEO de Educaterra (hoy Telefónica Educación Digital). Su reto actual es posicionar... Read More →


Friday May 26, 2017 09:30 - 11:30
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

11:30

Coffee Break
Coffee Break

Friday May 26, 2017 11:30 - 12:00
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

12:00

Session 7A (Spanish Track, Investigación): Estado actual de la investigación en MOOCs (I): adopción, perfiles de participantes y calidad
Presidente de sesión: Iria Estévez Ayres (UC3M, España)
  • Ronald Pérez Alvarez, Jorge Maldonado, Ricardo Rendich, Diego Sapunar, Mar Pérez-Sanagustin (Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile): "Observatorio MOOC UC: La adopción de MOOCs en la Educación Superior en América Latina y Europa" (20 min)
  • Maria Dolores Castrillo de Larreta-Azelain, Jorge Mañana-Rodríguez (UNED/CSIC, España): "Evolución del perfil sociodemográfico del participante en MOOC (2013-2016): estudio de un caso en lenguas extranjeras" (20 min)
  • Alejandra Meléndez, Mariela Román, Mar Pérez-Sanagustín, Jorge Maldonado (Universidad Panamericana, Guatemala/Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile): "Calidad en Cursos Abiertos Masivos y en Línea. Revision de literatura del 2012-2016" (20 min)

Moderators
avatar for Iria Estévez-Ayres

Iria Estévez-Ayres

Associate Professor, uc3m

Speakers
avatar for María Dolores Castrillo

María Dolores Castrillo

Senior Lecturer, UNED
Senior Lecturer in the areas of German Studies and CALL (Computer-Assisted Language Learning). Member of the ATLAS (Applying Technology to LAnguageS) group, her research interests include Computer-Mediated Communication, Elearning, MALL, OERs and MOOCs. She has won two prizes rel... Read More →
avatar for Ronald Antonio Pérez Álvarez

Ronald Antonio Pérez Álvarez

PhD student, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Ronald Pérez Álvarez es profesor adjunto de la carrera de Informática Empresarial en la Universidad de Costa Rica, Sede del Pacífico. Es Máster en Computación e Informática por la Universidad de Costa Rica. Ha sido director de la carrera de Bachillerato en Informática empresarial por cuatro... Read More →
avatar for Mariela Roman

Mariela Roman

Directora Upana Virtual, Universidad Panamericana
Se ha desempeñado como catedrática universitaria, auditora de calidad para la educación, autora de cursos e-learning, empresaria, directora de Pre-Primaria y Primaria en un reconocido colegio de Guatemala, pero sobre todo educadora de corazón y de vocación. | Hoy día Directora de UPANA Virtual, en Universidad Panamericana y Directora... Read More →


Friday May 26, 2017 12:00 - 13:00
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

12:00

Session 7B (Spanish Track, Experiencias): Experiencias sobre herramientas, formatos y preferencias de aprendizaje en MOOCs
Presidente de sesión: Miguel Morales (Universidad Galileo, Guatemala)
  • Francisco Cruz (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, España): "Flip-App o cómo incorporar gamificación a asignaturas 'Flipped Classroom' basado en la plataforma Open edX" (20 min)
  • Pedro Solana, Sergio Martinez, Iván Sarmiento (Universidad de Cantabria, España): "Nuevos enfoques y experiencias en el formato audiovisual para el desarrollo de MOOCs" (20 min)
  • Mario Solarte, Gustavo Ramirez, Mar Pérez-Sanagustín (Universidad del Cauca, Colombia/Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile): "¿Es equitativo el diseño tradicional de los MOOC respecto a las preferencias de aprendizaje de los estudiantes en cursos con reconocimiento académico? Un caso de estudio en la Universidad del Cauca" (20 min)

Moderators
avatar for Miguel Morales

Miguel Morales

Director of eLearning, Universidad Galileo
Miguel has an Electronic Engineering degree by Galileo University of Guatemala, Master in e-Learning at University Carlos III of Madrid and Ph.D. candidate by University of Alcalá. He is Sub-Director of IVN (Institute Von Neumann – www.galileo.edu/ivn), responsible for managem... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Francisco Cruz&nbspArgudo

Francisco Cruz Argudo

Multimedia and Learning Innovation, UC3M
avatar for Sergio Martínez

Sergio Martínez

Director de la Unidad de Apoyo a la Docencia, Universidad de Cantabria
avatar for Mario Solarte

Mario Solarte

PhD candidate, Universidad del Cauca


Friday May 26, 2017 12:00 - 13:00
A3: 4.1D03 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

12:00

Workshop 9: The Art of Disruption (3 of 4)
Limited Capacity seats available

See description at part 1.

Moderators
avatar for Yannis Angelis

Yannis Angelis

Consultant, Beyond Storytelling
I am working for the last 25 years in the organizational environment in different roles, mainly Training & Learning Management, and Marketing Communication. I have a background in Gestalt Organizational Development and my field of interest is Learning and the change that technolo... Read More →

Friday May 26, 2017 12:00 - 14:00
A4: 4.1D01 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

13:00

MOOCs en el ámbito iberoamericano
Iberoamérica es un territorio cultural en donde la educación encuentra condiciones excelentes para reafirmar su función transformadora de la sociedad. La unidad y la diversidad entrelazadas, que caracteriza Iberoamérica, hacen que la educación en red, como los MOOC, se muestre extraordinariamente idónea para aprovechar este potencial. La mesa redonda tratará sobre cómo responder al reto de instalarse en esta situación las principales plataformas MOOC.

Moderators
avatar for Antonio Rodríguez&nbspde&nbsplas&nbspHeras

Antonio Rodríguez de las Heras

Catedrático, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Dirijo el Instituto de Cultura y Tecnología de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid y desde ahí me intereso por estudiar los efectos que el mundo digital está produciendo en la cultura y en la educación. Y en esta línea, el trabajo en producción de MOOC y SPOC lo considero como... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Giovanni Dubois

Giovanni Dubois

Head of Global Partnerships, Coursera
avatar for Yuma Inzolia

Yuma Inzolia

head of Social Impact & Special Projects, Telefónica Educación Digital
Llevo más de 15 años diseñando soluciones tecnológicas dirigidas a potenciar el aprendizaje social, a partir de un modelo constructivista basado en el intercambio dentro de diferentes comunidades de conocimientos. | Desde el 2013 lidero la estrategia de MOOCs dentro de Tel... Read More →
avatar for Caroline Mol

Caroline Mol

Senior Content Manager, edX


Friday May 26, 2017 13:00 - 14:00
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

14:00

Social Lunch
Social Lunch EMOOCs Spanish Track

Friday May 26, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
Cafeteria Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

15:30

Session 8A (Spanish Track, Investigación): Estado actual de la investigación en MOOCs (II): reutilización, motivación y colaboración
Presidente de sesión: Carlos Alario Hoyos (UC3M, España)
  • Brenda Cecilia Padilla Rodríguez, Francisco Javier Rocha Estrada, Mª Concepción Rodríguez Nieto (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México): "Razones para estudiar un curso en línea masivo y abierto (MOOC) de habilidades de estudio" (20 min)
  • Sara García-Sastre, Miriam Idrissi-Cao, Alejandro Ortega-Arranz, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristóbal, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez (Universidad de Valladolid, España): "Marco para el Análisis de la Colaboración y la Gamificación en MOOC" (20 min)
  • Carlos Santiuste, Jesús Pernas-Sánchez, José Alfonso Artero-Guerreo, David Varas (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, España): "Diseño de aprendizaje basado en Flipped Classroom utilizando SPOCs en una asignatura de ingeniería" (20 min)

Moderators
avatar for Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Visiting Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Speakers
avatar for Sara García&nbspSastre

Sara García Sastre

Universidad de Valladolid
avatar for Brenda Cecilia Padilla&nbspRodríguez

Brenda Cecilia Padilla Rodríguez

Researcher, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
I'm a researcher, passionate about online education and learning technologies.
avatar for Carlos Santiuste

Carlos Santiuste

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid


Friday May 26, 2017 15:30 - 16:30
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

15:30

Session 8B (Spanish Track, Experiencias): Buenas prácticas en el diseño de MOOCs
Presidente de sesión: Rocael Hernández Rizzardini (Universidad Calileo, Guatemala)
  • Manuel Sanjurjo-Rivo, Mario Merino, Filippo Cichocki, Xin Chen, David Morante, Daniel Pérez Grande, Gonzalo Sánchez Arriaga, Manuel Soler, Eduardo Ahedo (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, España): "The Conquest of Space: un MOOC y un SPOC en ingeniería aeroespacial" (20 min)
  • Germán Montoro, Olympia Muruzábal, Gabriela Sandoval, Camilo Wee (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, España): "7 pasos para diseñar un MOOC de calidad: una propuesta para la colaboración entre profesores y diseñadores de aprendizaje" (20 min)
  • Otilia Maria Alejandro Molina (ESPOL, Ecuador): "Creación de MOOC en una Universidad Latina. Una experiencia de aciertos y errores" (20 min)

Moderators
avatar for Rocael Hernández&nbspRizzardini

Rocael Hernández Rizzardini

Director GES, Universidad Galileo

Speakers
avatar for Otilia Maria Alejandro&nbspMolina

Otilia Maria Alejandro Molina

Professor, Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral
MOOCs, photography, and datamining :)
avatar for Germán Montoro

Germán Montoro

Delegate of the President for Education Technologies, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
avatar for Manuel Sanjurjo&nbspRivo

Manuel Sanjurjo Rivo

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid


Friday May 26, 2017 15:30 - 16:30
A3: 4.1D03 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

15:30

Workshop 9: The Art of Disruption (4 of 4)
Limited Capacity seats available

See description at part 1.

Moderators
avatar for Yannis Angelis

Yannis Angelis

Consultant, Beyond Storytelling
I am working for the last 25 years in the organizational environment in different roles, mainly Training & Learning Management, and Marketing Communication. I have a background in Gestalt Organizational Development and my field of interest is Learning and the change that technolo... Read More →

Friday May 26, 2017 15:30 - 16:30
A4: 4.1D01 Torres Quevedo Bldg, 1st Floor

16:30

Coffee Break
Coffee Break

Friday May 26, 2017 16:30 - 17:00
A0: Auditorio Vestibule Auditorio Bldg, Ground Floor

17:00

Mesa redonda: MOOCs y televisiones de servicio: Alianza para el futuro. El caso de Iberoamérica: RTVE y ATEI
Mesa redonda:
MOOCs y televisiones de servicio: Alianza para el futuro. El caso de Iberoamérica: RTVE y ATEI


¿Pueden aportar algo las televisiones al desarrollo de los MOOCs? ¿Pueden aportar los MOOCs algo a la misión educativa de las televisiones de servicio público. Aunque las estrategias son diversas y las tradiciones en ambos ámbitos son bien distintas, es posible crear un campo de cooperación que sea fructífero para todos. La mesa planteará las posibilidades de cooperación entre el el mundo MOOC y el mundo de la televisión en Iberoamérica con participación de la Asociación de Televisiones Educativas Iberoamericana y Radio Televisión Española, uno de los servicios públicos de televisión más importantes del área.

Moderador:
Francisco Utray, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, España

Participantes:

  • Juan Antonio Martínez, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, España
  • José Manuel Pérez Tornero, ATEI, España
  • Nuría Fernández, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, España

Moderators
avatar for Francisco Utray

Francisco Utray

Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Media Production for e-learning | SPOC UC3Mx Video Postproduction

Speakers
avatar for Nuria Fernández

Nuria Fernández

Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
avatar for Juan Antonio Martínez&nbspCarrascal

Juan Antonio Martínez Carrascal

IT Planning Unit Manager, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Working with technology for over 20 years, my goal is finding where technology can help companies to improve their overall performance, and in particular in higher education environments. | | As one of my responsibilites, I deal with strategic adoption of technlogy, integration... Read More →


Friday May 26, 2017 17:00 - 18:15
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor

18:15

Clausura del congreso

Clausura del congreso


Moderators
avatar for Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Visiting Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Carlos Delgado&nbspKloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Vice President for Strategy and Digital Education, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Rocael Hernández&nbspRizzardini

Rocael Hernández Rizzardini

Director GES, Universidad Galileo
avatar for Daniel Segovia

Daniel Segovia

Dean of Engineering School, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Friday May 26, 2017 18:15 - 18:30
A2: Salón de Grados Padre Soler Bldg, 1st Floor