Previous Invited Speakers
The researchers below were distinguished invited speakers at previous CSEDU conferences.
We are indebted to them for their contribution to heighten the conference level.
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The Complex Process of Scaling the Integration of Technology Enhanced Learning in Mainstream Classrooms Alison Clark-Wilson, University College London, United Kingdom Quality and Evaluation in Higher Education Francisco Arcega, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain Dropout Rates of Regular Courses and MOOCs Leon Rothkrantz, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Today and Tomorrow - Can ICT Assist Learning and Living? Margaret Ross, Southampton Solent University, United Kingdom Reinventing the University in the XXI Century - The Internet and the "New Buildings of the University"Maria Amata Garito, Representative of ICDE ON MEDSE, Italy
When the Sharing Economy, IT and Education Collide Glenn Wintrich, Dell, United States How to Teach Humans (with Machines) Rob Koper, Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands Digital Technology and Higher Education - Delivering Benefits for Student Education Neil Morris, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Open Education Practices as Answer to New Demands of Training in Entrepreneurship Competences Edmundo Tovar, Madrid Polytechnic University, Spain Learnings From Singapore: Reflecting on the Use of Mobile Devices as the Catalyst from Pedagogical Change Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan, United States
Computer Supported Education - The Human Factor José Carlos Lourenço Quadrado, ISEL - Lisbon Superior Engineering Institute, Portugal and IFEES - International Federation of Engineering Education Societies, United States Digital Age Learning - The Changing Face of Online Education Steve Wheeler, Plymouth Institute of Education, Plymouth University, United Kingdom Mathematics Teaching - Is the Future Syncretic? Larissa Fradkin, London South Bank University, Brunel University and Sound Mathematics Ltd., United Kingdom Team Learning in Engineering Education Erik de Graaff, Aalborg University, Denmark How are MOOCs Disrupting the Educational Landscape? Hugh C Davis, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
The Educational Software Gold Rush - How the Learning Sciences and Advanced Technology Can Lead the Way Bruce M. McLaren, Carnegie Mellon University, United States New Challenges in Engineering EducationMichael E. Auer, Carinthia Tech Institute, Austria What Is: Pedagogy, Education, Intelligence, Knowledge, Learning, Teaching, Information, Etc. and Why Do We Care about What They Are, and How Do They Interact? Rob Reilly, MIT, United States Tech-Savvy Students? Maybe Not … Susan Zvacek, University of Denver, United States
CREATIVE INQUIRY AND IMMERSIVE LEARNING Joseph Trimmer, Ball State University, United States ENHANCING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN E-LEARNING - A Theoretical Perspective David Kaufman, Simon Fraser University, Canada INSTITUTIONAL PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS – Paradise or Paradox? Hugh C. Davis, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
CLOUD COMPUTING IN EDUCATION - The Intersection of Challenges and Opportunities Ivan Ivanov, SUNY Empire State College, United States COMPUTER EDUCATION JOURNALS - Leading or Following Research Trends Rachelle Heller, The George Washington University, United States WHY, WHAT AND HOW ARE WE DOING OUR RESEARCH? Lauri Malmi, Aalto University School of Science and Technology, Finland AUGMENTED KNOWLEDGE COMMUNICATION SPACES Friedrich Hesse, Knowledge Media Research Center, Germany
DESKTOP TO LAPTOP TO CLOUD - Challenges for Teaching and for Administration Michael Gould, ESRI, United States COMPUTATIONAL THINKING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM - The Power and the PerilRobert M. Panoff, The Shodor Education Foundation, United States "HOW MUCH TECHNOLOGY?" IS THE QUESTION Hermann Maurer, Graz University of Technology, Austria
LEARNING ISSUES IN OPEN-ENDED GROUP PROJECTSMats Daniels, Uppsala University, Sweden INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND EDUCATIONAL EMPOWERMENT - A Humanistic Perspective Thao Le, University of Tasmania, Australia NEW FRONTIERS IN COMPUTER SUPPORTED EDUCATION Itiel Dror, University College London, United Kingdom QUALITY POLICIES CONFORMED WITH ABET IN A SPANISH ENGINEERING SCHOOL Edmundo Tovar, Madrid Polytechnic University, Spain INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORTING LEARNING Manuel Castro Gil, National University for Distance Education, Spain HOMO ZAPPIENS, LEARNING IN A DIGITAL AGE Wim Veen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands