Presentation

The increasing presence and use of information and communications technologies in teaching at all educational areas and levels has made mobile devices become essential tools among students to track different subjects.In this sense, mobile devices and applications are no longer seen as purely recreational communicative elements to become allies for autonomous practice of skills, considering that people live and interact in various areas that directly and indirectly influence at all aspects of life. The countless technological resources that we have access to, nowadays driven by the so-called “digital society”, has resulted in new models and communication systems and production as well as different ways to understand and comprehend the realities that occur and arise in multiple environments where anyone currently operates (close and distant teaching). We start from the premise that learning should be a process to be carried just over a lifetime without being relegated to classroom space and time, as well as the orientation of learning personal, digital and professional competences. That is to say, this situation requires learning to prepare students for tasks to which they will have to face in their life in a safe, transparent and legally and ethically responsible way. We believe that this matter requires a deep and academic reflection by all the professionals involved, which we hope to do in this forum.

Topics

  • Ubiquitous learning
  • Online Learning and Teaching Methodologies
  • Digital Learning Tools
  • Hardware / software interfaces’ analysis and design
  • Theory, methods and models for Mobile Learning
  • Computer-supported cooperative work
  • Collaborative computing
  • Web-based interaction, 2.0. Education
  • Collaborative learning
  • Computers and education
  • Mobile devices as educational resources in Primary, Secondary and Higher Education
  • Digital literacy
  • MOOCs
  • Computer-assisted teaching
  • Computer-assisted assessment

Track Scientific Committee

Ana Iglesias Rodríguez (University of Salamanca, Spain) – Chair

Blanca García Riaza (University of Salamanca, Spain) – Chair

Ana Pérez Escoda (University of Salamanca, Spain) – Chair

Francisco Javier Jiménez Moreno (University of Salamanca, Spain)

Ana García-Valcárcel Muñoz-Repiso (University of Salamanca, Spain)

Azucena Hernández Martín (University of Salamanca, Spain)

María Yolanda Martín González (Universidad de Salamanca)

Inés Ruiz Requies (University of Valladolid, Spain)

Laurentino Salvador Blanco (University of Cantabria)

David Fonseca Escudero (La Salle, Ramón Llull University, Barcelona, Spain)

Vicent Beltrán Palanques (University Jaume I, Castellón, Spain)

Mª Carmen Campoy Cubillo (University Jaume I, Castellón, Spain)

Cristóbal Suárez Guerrero (University of Valencia, España)

Julieta Solórzano Salas (University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica)

Lady María Meléndez Rodríguez (UNED of Costa Rica, Costa Rica)

Eusébio Ferreira Da Costa (Escola Superior de Tecnologias de Fafe, Portugal)

Nuno Gonçalves Antunes (Escola Superior de Tecnologia do Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave, Portugal)

Viviane Devriesere (Institut Superieure Catholique d’Enseignement, ISFEC Aquitaine, Bordeaux)

Fabrice Fresse (Expert at the International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030 -UNESCO-)