OT4ME!
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1ST CONFERENCE ON
ONLINE TEACHING FOR MOBILE EDUCATION

22-25 November, 2021 (virtual)

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About OT4ME!

Best Award Paper

The Best Award Paper wento to:

Interactive and Adaptive Learning Content Authoring Framework for an M-Learning Toolkit

Intention to Utilize Mobile Game-Based Learning in Nursing Education From Teachers' Perspective: A Theory of Planned Behavior Approach

Developing Data Literacy Competences at University: The Experience of the DEDALUS Project

About OT4ME!

OT4ME! 2021 is the 1st conference on online teaching for mobile education, organized as a final event of the ErasmusX project, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme together with Sepie.

The objective is to provide an open and international environment for teachers to share their best online practices.

The conference will consist of a set of keynotes and article presentations. All authors are encouraged to submit their original articles and they will be published in the conference proceedings for free (accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements).
The conference will have no registration fee either.

Finally, if you have any suggestions or want to contribute to the conference somehow, please feel free to contact us via email.

Online sessions:

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  • When

    Monday to Thursday
    22-25 November, 2021

    Where

    ~ Virtual ~
    Hosted by University of Alcala, UAH
    (Spain)

    Important dates
    Article submission due:
  • July 26, 2021
  • August 16, 2021
  • September 2, 2021 (last call!)

  • Article review feedback:
  • September 27, 2021

  • Final articles due:
  • October 18, 2021
  • Info for Authors

    Final manuscript

    Revise your manuscript according to comments and produce the final version.

    Copyright clearance code

    Include the copyright clearance code at the bottom of the first page:

  • For papers in which all authors are employed by the US government, the copyright notice is: U.S. Government work not protected by U.S. copyright
  • For papers in which all authors are employed by a Crown government (UK, Canada, and Australia), the copyright notice is: 978-1-6654-2814-9/21/$31.00 ©2021 Crown
  • For papers in which all authors are employed by the European Union, the copyright notice is: 978-1-6654-2814-9/21/$31.00 ©2021 European Union
  • For all other papers the copyright notice is: 978-1-6654-2814-9/21/$31.00 ©2021 IEEE
  • IEEE PDF eXpress format check

    Check the final version with IEEE PDF eXpress at: https://ieee-pdf-express.org/ The conference record number is: 53559X

    EDAS - Registration, presenter, copyright and submit

    Then, go back to EDAS and register and choose the presenter of your article. Also fill in the online IEEE copyright form by clicking on the “+” sign corresponding to the “copyright form” field. Finally, upload your manuscript, and that should be it!

    Call for Papers!

    OT4ME! 2021 seeks for original, unpublished work in the field of education, not currently under review by other conferences or journals. Papers submitted to OT4ME! 2021 will be assessed based on originality, technical soundness, clarity and interest to a wide audience.

    Important dates:
    Article submission due: September 2, 2021 (firm deadline) ⬤ Article review feedback: September 27, 2021 ⬤ Final articles due: October 18, 2021

    Three types of submissions are expected: full (up to 8 pages), short (up to 5 pages) and tiny (up to 2 pages). Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements.
    One best paper distinction will be awarded per each of the three types of submissions.

    All submissions must be written in English and must follow the standard IEEE two-column conference template, available for download here: IEEE templates
    Paper will be submitted only in PDF format via EDAS through this link: https://edas.info/N28697

    Areas of interest and topics include, but are not limited to:

  • E-learning/Online teaching/education ⬤ Erasmus+ Mobility Program ⬤ ICT in Education (infrastructures, software tools, data analytics, etc.) ⬤ Higher Education ⬤ Adult Education ⬤ STEM/STEAM Education ⬤ Global Issues in Education and Research ⬤ Inclusive Education ⬤ Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment ⬤ Course Management ⬤ Curriculum Development ⬤ Competence Development ⬤ Educational Foundations ⬤ Education Policy and Leadership ⬤ Active methodologies (Flipped Classroom, Gamification, etc.) ⬤ Business and Education ⬤ Case studies ⬤ Creative track ⬤

  • ⬤ Online CfP flyer can be found here: OT4ME! CfP flyer (PDF)

    Event Speakers

    Five keynotes and one workshop

    Speaker 3

    Monica Zuccarini

    University of Naples Federico II (Italy)

    Speaker 5

    Dorota Piotrowska

    The Lodz University of Technology (TUL) (Poland)

    Speaker 1

    Mª Camino Bueno-Alastuey

    Public University of Navarre (Spain)

    Speaker 4

    Linda Daniela

    University of Latvia

    Speaker 2

    Soraya Garcia-Esteban

    University of Alcalá (Spain)

    Workshop 1

    Workshop: Personalized Learning Technologies

    Universiti Putra Malaysia (Malaysia)

    Event Schedule

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  • Updated agenda 09/11/2021 (all times are CET)

    November 22, 2021

    O

    Opening Ceremony

    The conference will be opened on 22nd November 2021 by the Deans of the Universidad de Alcalá: Dr. Garcia Laborda, Faculty of Education, Dr. Rivera Galicia Luis Felipe, Faculty of Economics and Dr. José Antonio Portilla Figueras, Director of the EPS.

    Keynote 1

    Keynote 1 Monica Zuccarini

    F1

    Session F1 Learning environments

    ➦ Chair: Mercedes Burguillo
  • Lecturers' Intention to Use Online Video Conferencing Tools: The Role of Perceived Severity.
  • Effects of Online Heutagogy Learning Environment Towards Students' Creativity in English Presentation.
  • Mobile Bookkeeper: Personal Financial Management Application With Receipt Scanner Using Optical Character Recognition.
  • B

    Break

    S1

    Session S1 Teaching innovation in engineering

    ➦ Chair: Virginia Hernanz
  • Remote Electronic Engineering Teaching During Lockdown: Lessons Learned.
  • Investigating Threshold Concept and Troublesome Knowledge in Cyber Security.
  • Case Study: The Use of Trello for Collaborative Work in Laboratory Practice on Engineering Subjects.
  • Keynote 2

    Keynote 2 Dorota Piotrowska

    November 23, 2021

    Keynote

    Keynote Prof. Dr. Camino Bueno-Alastuey

    F2

    Session F2Alternative approaches for teaching innovation (1/2)

    ➦ Chair: Soraya García-Esteban
  • Personalized Learning Based on Learning Analytics and Chatbot.
  • Prediction of Electronics Engineering Student's Learning Style Using Machine Learning.
  • The Role of Pronunciation English Learning Applications in Vietnam: An Experimental Study.
  • B

    Break

    S2

    Session S2 Online teaching strategies

    ➦ Chair: Pedro Juez
  • On Line Teaching Revolution are We Ready for It?.
  • Developing Online English Training for Indonesian Female Home Workers.
  • Theories Integrated With Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) in Online Learning Acceptance and Continuance Intention: A Systematic Review.
  • S3

    Session S3 Alternative approaches for teaching innovation (2/2)

    ➦ Chair: Elisa Rojas
  • Effects of Hybrid Education in Pre-Service EFL and Bilingual Primary Teachers' Digital Literacy.
  • Multiple Intelligence Theory for Gamification of Online STEM Modules.
  • Application of the Illustrated Didactic Guide of Guadalajara Museum in Blended Higher Education.
  • November 24, 2021

    S4

    Session S4 Technology and education: a good match (1/2)

    ➦ Chair: Isaías Martínez-Yelmo
  • Education Sector Robo Advisory: Does Specialization of Study Affect Awareness?.
  • Technology Acceptance Model Analysis of User Behavioral Intentions on IoT Smart Board Devices.
  • Comparisons of Student's Self-Learning Performances Using Java and Kotlin Languages in Android Programming Learning Assistance System.
  • Keynote 4

    Keynote 4 Linda Daniela

    S5

    Session S5 Virtual reality and gamification applied to teaching.

    ➦ Chair: Juan A. Carral
  • Design of the Seven Stages of Educational Game to Generate Gamification.
  • Intention to Utilize Mobile Game-Based Learning in Nursing Education From Teachers' Perspective: A Theory of Planned Behavior Approach.
  • A Preliminary Investigation on Learning Basic Chemistry Using Virtual Reality.
  • B

    Break

    P

    Poster session

    ➦ Chair: Elisa Rojas
  • Developing Data Literacy Competences at University: The Experience of the DEDALUS Project.
  • Measuring Satisfaction Levels of Business Management Students Using Multiple Types of Technologies in an e-Learning Environment.
  • Effectiveness of Virtual Lab Teaching in Developing Higher Order Thinking Skills.
  • Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Activity: How the Use of Personal Experiences, Art, History, ICT and Team Work Enhance Motivation.
  • Honest Dashboards: Weekly Course Status for Continuous Monitoring.
  • Online and Offline Learning and Evaluations - A Comparative Study.
  • F3

    Session F3Technology and education: a good match (2/2)

    ➦ Chair: Alejandro Viuda-Serrano
  • Analytics and Predictive Models of Student's Activity in Off/On-Line Learning Environments.
  • Using VR in Education: The Current Situation in the UK.
  • A Novel, Fully Modular Educational Robotics Platform for the Internet of Things Applications.
  • Predicting the Performance of Mathematics' Students Through Data Mining Techniques for Enhanced Education Systems.
  • November 25, 2021

    V

    Special welcome by the Vice President for International Relations

    Dr. Julio Cañero, Vice President for International Relations at Universidad de Alcalá, will briefly welcome and thank all conference participants.

    E

    ErasmusX expert panel

    The expert panel is comprised by representatives from ErasmusX team: Dr. Kristīne Bērziņa; Dr. Ettore Napoli; Dr. Aleksandra Januszkiewicz, Ing. Wiktor Wandachowicz, Ing. Tiago Simões, Dr. Mercedes Burguillo, Dr. Soraya Garcia, Dr. Elisa Rojas. Dr. Julio Cañero, Vice President for International Relations at Universidad de Alcalá will join and chair the session.

    W

    Workshop -

    Workshop - "Personalized Learning Technologies"

    A workshop on “Personalized Learning Technologies” delivered by members from the Universiti Putra Malaysia (Malaysia)

    Keynote 5

    Keynote 5 Soraya García-Esteban

    B

    Break

    P

    Poster session

    ➦ Chair: Elisa Rojas
  • Developing Data Literacy Competences at University: The Experience of the DEDALUS Project.
  • Measuring Satisfaction Levels of Business Management Students Using Multiple Types of Technologies in an e-Learning Environment.
  • Effectiveness of Virtual Lab Teaching in Developing Higher Order Thinking Skills.
  • Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Activity: How the Use of Personal Experiences, Art, History, ICT and Team Work Enhance Motivation.
  • Honest Dashboards: Weekly Course Status for Continuous Monitoring.
  • Online and Offline Learning and Evaluations - A Comparative Study.
  • F4

    Session F4

    ➦ Chair: Kristīne Bērziņa
  • Interactive and Adaptive Learning Content Authoring Framework for an M-Learning Toolkit
  • The Digital Testing of Undergraduate Students' Awareness of Business English Vocabulary
  • ClassRoute: Bridging the Digital Academic-Content Divide
  • C

    Closure

    The conference will close on 25th November 2021 with some words from the ErasmusX project coordinators.

    Event Venue

    Event venue location info and gallery

    University of Alcalá ⬤
    Universidad de Alcalá ⬤
    UAH (Spain)

    Originally founded in 1499, the University of Alcalá (UAH) is one of the oldest in the world, as it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998. UAH has around 30,000 students from diverse fields (humanities, sciences, technology, etc.) and hosts around 6,000 international students every year.

    Sponsors & Patrons

    OT4ME! is supported by the Erasmus+ Programme together with Sepie and IEEE Spain,
    as well as the whole consortium of the ErasmusX project.

    Patrons:

    Sponsors:

    Organizing & Scientific Committee

    General Co-Chairs:
  • Elisa Rojas
  • Soraya Garcia-Esteban
  • Mercedes Burguillo
  • TPC Co-Chairs:
  • Aleksandra Januszkiewicz
  • Kristīne Bērziņa
  • Sira Palazuelos
  • Keynote and Panel Co-Chairs:
  • Larisa Dunai
  • Soraya Garcia-Esteban
  • Publication Co-Chairs:
  • Diego López-Pajares
  • Elisa Rojas
  • Web Chair:
  • Joaquín Álvarez-Horcajo
  • Technical Support Co-Chairs:
  • José M. Arco
  • Isaías Martínez-Yelmo
  • Juan A. Carral
  • Publicity Chair:
  • Mithileysh Sathiyanarayanan
  • It's free!

    Thanks to the ErasmusX project (Erasmus+ Programme together with Sepie),
    all accepted articles will be included in the conference proceedings for free
    and any participant can attend the conference for free as well.

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