Proceedings online at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1238/
Please refer to the proceedings as
Milos Kravcik, Alexander Mikroyannidis, Viktoria Pammer, Michael Prilla, Thomas Ullmann, Fridolin Wild (Eds.): Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology Enhanced Learning. In conjunction with the 9th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning: Open Learning and Teaching in Educational Communities. Graz, Austria, September 16, 2014. Available online at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1238/
Call for papers
4th Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology-Enhanced Learning (ARTEL 2014)
to be held in the context of EC-TEL 2014, Graz (Austria): September 16 (Tuesday), 2014.
Workshop webpage: http://teleurope.eu/artel14
Twitter hashtag: #artel14
Tweetalytics report: http://crunch.kmi.open.ac.uk/people/~fwild/services/tweetalytics-artel14.Rmw
Enhancing “awareness” of learners and other participants involved in learning processes by technology means augmenting formal or informal learning experiences, typically in real-time, with information on progress, presence, outcomes, workspace, and the like.
Supporting “reflection” means enabling learners to capture, adapt, re-evaluate, and share experience in anticipation of future situations it will prove relevant to. Reflection supported digitally is a creative act, adding sense and meaning to experiences made.
Combining support for “awareness” and “reflection” bears huge potential for improving the learning and training with respect to utility, self-regulation, usability, and user experience.
This 4th ARTEL workshop brings together researchers and industry from different backgrounds to discuss and advance support of awareness and reflection for learning. This year’s workshop will run under the headline “application in practice”, additionally emphasising feasibility and sustainability aspects in education and in the workplace.
The workshop seeks to attract both research results and work in progress in order to chart out the current state-of-the-art and to define main enablers and future challenges. Naturally, it will serve as a forum for establishing new collaborations.
The workshop will therefore include both presentations and discussions of research insights (papers), as well as a demo and prototype slam. Using presentations as catalyst for continuing post-talk debate, the workshop will conclude the day with an open discussion exchanging ideas, summing up, and defining a medium to long-term research agenda.
The main findings and highlights of the workshop will be presented back to the full EC-TEL plenary in the wrap up session (see main programme, once available).
Proceedings of the predecessor workshops are available via http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-790/ (2011), http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-931/ (2012), and http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1103/ (2013).
Workshop schedule (Tuesday 16th of September)
Morning session (9-12:30)
Introduction to the workshop
Full papers presentations (25 min presentation and 5 min discussion):
Maurizio Megliola, Gianluigi Di Vito, Roberto Sanguini, Fridolin Wild, Paul Lefrere. Creating awareness of kinaesthetic learning using the Experience API: current practices, emerging challenges, possible solutions
Fridolin Wild, Peter Scott, Paul Lefrere, Jaakko Karjalainen, Kaj Helin, Ambjorn Naeve, Erik Isaksson. Towards data exchange formats for learning experiences in manufacturing workplaces
Andreas Janson, Sissy-Josefina Ernst, Katja Lehmann and Jan Marco Leimeister. Creating awareness and reflection in a large-scale IS lecture – the application of a peer assessment in a flipped classroom scenario
Angela Fessl, Gudrun Wesiak and Granit Luzhnica. Application overlapping user profiles to foster reflective learning at work
Afternoon session (13:30-16:30/17:30)
Short paper presentation (15 min presentation and 5 min discussion):
Michael Prilla, Oliver Blunk, Jenny Bimrose and Alan Brown. Reflection as support for career adaptability: A concept for reflective learning in public administration
Demo session (10 min presentation and 5 min discussion):
Milos Kravcik, Kateryna Neulinger and Ralf Klamma. Boosting informal workplace learning in small enterprises
Nils Faltin, Simon Schwantzer and Margret Jung. Activity recommendation app – software to evaluate the usefulness of improvement recommendations created in a team
Min Ji, Christine Michel, Elise Lavoué and Sebastien George. DDART: an awareness system to favor reflection during project-based learning
Sven Charleer, Jose Luis Santos, Joris Klerkx and Erik Duval. LARAe: Learning Analytics Reflection & Awareness environment
Closing plenary discussion
Topics of interest
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to contributing original theories, methods, evaluation studies, design and application (case) studies in and on:
- Reflective writing and knowledge maturing
- Analytics, text- and data mining
- Integration of reflection support into other approaches of learning
- Social and group virtual and super-real presence
- Scaffolding approaches and techniques
- Real-time awareness and reflection
- Personalisation and Social Technologies
- Awareness and reflection in inquiry-based learning
- Augmented reality, wearable, pervasive applications
- Collaborative reflection
- Social network analysis
- Visual analytics, dashboards
- Models, ontologies, and annotation
- Processes and workflows
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished work as either a full paper (limit: 15 pages), research note (limit: 7 pages), or demo (limit: 3 pages). Full papers thereby report on novel theoretical, empirical, or development work, including a significant contribution to the field. Research notes report work in progress to share early insights with the community. Demos describe novel prototypes, design studies, or tools, which can be shown and further discussed during the workshop.
All contributions will be peer reviewed by at least two members of the programme committee evaluating their originality, significance, and rigour. The papers will be published in the CEUR workshop proceedings (http://ceur-ws.org). Submissions should use the Springer LNCS template (http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0).
ARTEL14 will award the best paper and demo submitted.
Please submit your paper via EasyChair:
30.06.2014 Submission deadline
10.07.2014 Extended submission deadline
11.08.2014 Notification of acceptance
30.08.2014 Camera-ready papers due
Milos Kravcik, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Alexander Mikroyannidis, The Open University, United Kingdom
Viktoria Pammer, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Michael Prilla, University of Bochum, Germany
Thomas Ullmann, The Open University, United Kingdom
Fridolin Wild, The Open University, United Kingdom
Riina Vuorikari, European Commission JRC IPTS, Spain
Philippe Dessus, Université Pierre-Mendès-France, France
Stefano Bianchi, SOFTECO, Italy
Ines Di Loreto, UTT- Université de Technologie de Troyes, France
Carsten Ullrich, DFKI, Germany
Peter Sloep, Open Universiteit Nederland, Netherlands
Denis Gillet, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Swiss
Paul Lefrere, CCA, UK
Stefan Trausan-Matu, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania
Jaakko Karjalainen, VTT, Finland
Joris Klerkx, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
John Cook, University of West of England, UK
Marcus Specht, Open University of the Nethderlands, Netherlands
Xavier Ochoa, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Ecuador
Kaj Helin, VTT, Finland
Alexander Nussbaumer, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Monica Divitini, IDI-NTNU, Norway
Kinshuk, Athabasca University, Canada
Peter Kraker, Know-Center, Austria
Simon Knight, The Open University, United Kingdom
MIRROR: Reflective Learning at Work: http://www.mirror-project.eu/
LEARNING LAYERS: Scaling up Technologies for Informal Learning in SME Clusters: http://learning-layers.eu/
TELLME: Technology enhanced learning livinglab for manufacturing environments: http://tellme-ip.eu/
weSPOT: Propagating scientific inquiry for science learning and teaching: http://wespot-project.eu
EmployID: Scalable & cost-effective facilitation of professional identity transformation in public employment services: http://employid.eu
BOOST: Business perfOrmance imprOvement through individual employee Skills Training: http://www.boost-project.eu/
To stay tuned, consider joining the ARTEL social space on TELeurope: http://teleurope.eu/artel
It is easy to join. First register an account on http://teleurope.eu and then join the group on Awareness and Reflection in Technology-Enhanced Learning.
The workshop will take place as part of the 9th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL), will take place in Graz, Austria, September 16-19, 2014. The motto for this year is “Open Learning and Teaching in Educational Communities”. The European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL) is a unique opportunity for researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to address current challenges and advances in the field. Through EC-TEL, established and emerging researchers as well as practitioners, entrepreneurs, and technology developers explore new collaborations, strengthen networks, and complement their core expertise. For more information visit http://www.ec-tel.eu