Call for Article Submissions
Authors are invited to send original works reporting on original academic or industry research in the area of Learning Analytics that have not been submitted to or published in any other conference or journal. This conference will accept complete submissions including finished papers, working papers with preliminary results, and position papers that report new, inspiring, and intriguing ideas. Documents should have a minimum of 5 pages and maximum of 10 pages and contain a description of an original work that has not been published or accepted for publication previously and is not currently in a state of revision. These documents will be subject to a review process, and those that are accepted will be presented orally during the conference and published in the conference proceedings.
The program will only include works with at least one author signed up for the conference prior to the final version deadline. Articles that are accepted and presented will be published in CEUR under ISBN and will be sent for indexing in SCOPUS.
Submission of PapersDocuments should be a minimum of 5 pages and a maximum of 10 pages and be written in Spanish, Portuguese, or English. Please send your work here.
The conference covers, but is not limited to, the areas listed below:
TRACKABILITY OF LEARNING AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES
- Search for features
- Learning metrics
- Data storage and exchange
UNDERSTANDING TEACHING AND LEARNING
- Data-driven learning theories
- Information on particular learning processes
IMPROVING TEACHING AND LEARNING
- Feedback and decision-making support systems
- Empirical evaluation of learning analytics
- Personalized and adaptable learning
ADOPTION AND SUSTAINABILITY OF LEARNING ANALYTICS
- Values, ethics, and law
Keynote speaker: Carlos AlarioAssociate Vice Rector of Digital Strategy and Education at UC3M, Visiting Professor at UC3M.
Carlos Alario Hoyos is a telecommunication engineer and Doctor of Information and Communication Technology (Universidad de Valladolid, 2007 and 2012, respectively). In October 2012 he joined the Department of Telematics Engineering at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) with a postdoctoral contract under the “4 Universities Alliance” program. In 2015 he received a “Juan de la Cierva – Formation” grant from the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. In 2017 he received a “Juan de la Cierva – Incorporation” grant from the same ministry, as well as taking on the position of Visiting Professor in the Department of Telematics Engineering, a position which he still holds today. His role as a professor and researcher is balanced with work in the subdirectorate of the UNESCO Chair “Scalable Digital Education for All” of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. His abilities and experience include research and development of MOOCs and SPOCs, social networks, collaborative learning, and evaluation of learning experiences. He has published more than 80 scientific articles related to educational technology, and he has participated in more than 20 research and knowledge transfer projects at regional, national, and international (European) levels.
Keynote speaker: Tinne De LaetPresident of the Leuven Engineering and Science Education Center (LESEC), Associate Professor KU Leuven.
Dr. Tinne De Laet is an associate professor in the Faculty of Engineering Sciences, KU Leuven. She obtained a Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering with Specialization in Robotics in 2010 at KU Leuven, Belgium, supported by a scholarship from Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO). In 2013 she began a professorship centered on engineering education and student support and advising, with special focus on the transition from secondary to higher education. She is the Director of Tutorial Services for Engineering Sciences and in charge of providing students with first-hand experience in the transition from secondary to higher education. Her research revolves around the use of learning analysis, conceptual learning in mechanics, multiple choice exams, and the academic success of STEM students. She is the president of the Leuven Engineering and Science Education Center (LESEC) and the developer of the ABLE and STELA projects of Erasmus + Learning Analytics at KU Leuven, as well as being a co-developer of LALA.She is a member of the board of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) and currently chairs the SEFI work group devoted to research on engineering education.