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Full Title: International Workshop on Evidenced-based Technology Enhanced Learning

      
Short Title: ebTEl 2013
Location: Salamanca, Spain
Start Date: 22-May-2013 - 24-May-2013
Contact: Ivana Marenzi
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting URL: http://ebtel.usal.es
Meeting Description: Research on Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) investigates how information and communication technologies can be designed in order to support pedagogical activities. The Evidence based Design (EBD) of a system bases its decisions on empirical evidence and effectiveness. The evidence-based TEL workshop (ebTEL) brings together TEL and EBD. The workshop aims at collecting contributions concerning evidence-based TEL systems, as well as success stories or best practices that educators, education stakeholders or educational psychologists used to improve their students’ learning experience, in particular for students with specific difficulties (e.g. poor/slow readers, students living in impoverished communities or families).

The previous edition of ebTEL collected TEL contributions from computer science, artificial intelligence, evidence-based medicine, educational psychology and pedagogy. Like the previous edition, the international ebTEL’13 edition aims at being a forum in which TEL researchers and practitioners alike can discuss innovative ideas, projects, and lessons related to TEL. The meeting will be held in Salamanca on May 22-24, 2013, in parallel with the PAAMS’13 International Conference.

Acknowledgments:

ebTEL has been launched under the collaborative frame provided by the TERENCE project (http://www.terenceproject.eu/). The TERENCE project, n. 257410, is funded by the European Commission through the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development, Strategic Objective ICT- 2009.4.2: ICT: Technology-enhanced Learning.
Linguistic Subfield: Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics
Subject Language: None
LL Issue: 23.3769


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