Programa

 

Miércoles, 25 de Junio - Workshops en Inglés

Mañana - LAMS Beginner Workshop (half day - am) - Leanne Cameron and Debbie Evans to present

Tarde- LAMS Advanced Workshop (half day - pm) - Leanne Cameron and Debbie Evans to present

 

Miércoles 25 de Junio - Presentaciones en Castellano

Hora
Sesión
Lugar
8.30 - 9.30am

Acreditación y entrega de documentación
(Registration)

Foyer
9.30 - 10.00am

Inauguración Oficial

(Official Opening)James Dalziel, MELCOE & LAMS Foundation and Eduardo Blanco Ollero
Vicerrector de Tecnologías de la Información e Innovación Docente
(Vice-chancellor IT and Academic Innovation)
Universidad de Cádiz

Theatre
10.00- 10.45am

Plenaria: "¿Qué es LAMS y como funciona?"
(Plenary 1 - "An Overview of LAMS")
Ernie Ghiglione, MELCOE, Australia

Theatre
10.45-11.15am

Plenaria: "Lo que LAMS no es"
(Plenary 2 - "LAMS and other e-Learning Systems")
Ernie Ghiglione, MELCOE, Australia

Theatre
11.15-11.45am

Café/ Descanso y Sesión de Pósters

Foyer
11.45-12.25pm

Luces y sombras de LAMS en la evaluación del aprendizaje universitario
(Advantages and Disadvantages of using LAMS in University Learning evaluation)
Maria Soledad Ibarra Sáiz, Gregorio Rodríguez Gómez & Miguel Ángel Gómez Ruiz, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain

Room 1
11.45-12.25pm

Gestión de las adaptaciones curriculares del aprendizaje en destrezas en entornos de simulación y virtuales
(Management of curricula adaptations of learning skills in simulation and virtual environments)
Marco A. Márquez Sánchez, Alejandro Márquez Vázquez & Enrique Montero Montero

Room 2
12.30-12.55pm

Propuesta de integración de LAMS en el marco conceptual del espacio de aprendizaje socio-constructivista E-Ling
(A LAMS integration proposal in the conceptual frame of the socio-constructivist learning environment E-Ling)
Covadonga López Alonso, Elena de Miguel & Ana Fernández-Pampillón, Lingüística General, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Room 1
12.30-12.55pm

LAMS en una asignatura de la Universidad de Cádiz: La perspectiva de los estudiantes de la asignatura optativa Control de Calidad y Fiabilidad
(LAMS in a Cadiz University subject: the “Quality and Reliability Control” elective subject students’ point of view)
Álvaro León Rodriguez, Antonio Franscisco Martín Romero, Rafael Amigueti Camerino, Francisco Javier Santacruz Lope-Cepero  Luis Miguel Marín Techera & Antonio Gámez Mellado, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain

Room 2
12.55- 1.10pm

Descanso

Foyer
1.10- 1.35pm

Diseños de aprendizaje en LAMS y la enseñanza de la mecánica básica
(Learning Designs in LAMS and basic mechanics teaching)
Luis Álvarez-González, Luis Ojeda-Gallegos & Cristian Cifuentes-Salazar, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile

Room 1
1.10- 1.35pm

El uso de Learning Design en colegios australianos
(Using Learning Design in Australian schools)
Debbie Evans, ICT Innovation Centre, Dept of Education & Training, NSW,  Australia & Elena de Miguel, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Room 2
1.40- 2.00pm

Evaluación de la reusabilidad de las secuencias de actividades en LAMS
(Evaluation of LAMS activity sequences reusability)

Javier Sanz Rodríguez, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid & Juan Manuel Dodero & Mercedes Ruiz Carrerira, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain

Room 1
1.40- 2.00pm

La perspectiva de los estudiantes universitarios sobre la utilidad de LAMS en su proceso de aprendizaje.
(University students’ perspective about using LAMS in their learning process)
Gregorio Rodríguez Gómez & Miguel Ángel Gómez Ruiz, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain

Room 2
2.00-3.00pm

Almuerzo

Foyer
3.00 - 3.25pm

Del Diseño de Recorridos de Aprendizaje a su Evaluación: Innovaciones en los beneficios prácticos del Learning Design
(From planning learning paths to assessment: Innovations to the practical benefits of Learning Design)
Davinia Hernandez-Leo, Ayman Moghneih, Toni Navarrete, Josep Blat, Sandra Gilabert, Patricia Santos & Mar Perez-Sanagustín, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Room 1
3.00 - 3.25pm

¿Puede LAMS ayudar a reducir el alto índice de fracaso de los estudiantes de 1° año de Ingeniería
(How can LAMS help reduce the drop out rate with 1st year Engineering students?)
Erick Araya, Carolina Flores & Miguel Valásquez, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile

Room 2
3.30 - 3.55pm

La Integración de servicios genéricos en GRAIL y entornos de Learning Design en .LRN
(Integrating generic services in GRAIL, the Learning Design Run-Time Environment in .LRN)
Luis de la Fuente Valentín, Abelardo Pardo & Carlos Delgado Kloos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

Room 1
3.30 - 3.55pm

to be announced

Room 2
4.00 - 4.30pm

Café/Descanso

Foyer
4.30 - 5.00pm

Usando IMS-LD para diseñar escenarios pedagógicos en Ingeniería Informática
(Using IMS-LD to design pedagogical scenarios in Computing Engineer)
Rocio Garcia Robles, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

Room 1
4.30 - 5.00pm

Incorporación de Expresiones Matemáticas en Secuencias de Aprendizaje Usando Métodos Alternativos a jsMath
(How to add mathematics expressions in LAMS sequences without using jsMath)
Erick A. Araya, Carolina Flores & Miguel A. Velásquez, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile

Room 2
5.00-5.45pm

Panel Session: Los retos de la integración LAMS/Moodle
(Next steps with the LAMS / Moodle integration)

Theatre
5.45-6.00pm

Sumario del día
(Wrap up)
Ernie Ghiglione, MELCOE, Australia

Theatre

 

 

 

Jueves, 26 de Junio - Presentaciones en inglés

Time
Session
Venue
8.30 - 9.30am

Registration open

Foyer

9.30 - 9.45am

Welcome
James Dalziel, MELCOE & LAMS Foundation, Australia

Theatre

9.45 - 10.30am

Keynote 1 : - Stephen Downes
What Learning Design could be

Theatre

10.30-11.15am

Keynote 2 : - Grainne Conole
Innovative approaches to Learning Design – putting the pedagogy back in

Theatre

11:15-11:45am

Morning Tea and Poster Session

Foyer

11.45-12.25pm

Could a LAMS pedagogical planner be a useful learning design tool for university lecturers?
Leanne Cameron, Macquarie University, Australia

Room 1

11.45-12.25pm

Awareness of execution in designing in learning activities with LAMS and IMS LD
Juan Manuel Dodero, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain & Jorge Torres, Tecnológico de Monterrey, México

Room 2

11.45-12.25pm

Evaluation of combined collaborative and problem-based approach in a web-based distance education course
George Pentaris, Konstantinos Antonis & Petros Lampsas, Technological Educational Institute of Lamia, Greece &  Spyros Papadakis, Hellenic Open University, Greece

Room 3

11.45-12.25pm

Engaging the millennial learner through a humanist-oriented social approach to learning in first-year teacher education classes: a preliminary case study
Eva Dobozy & Romana Pospisil, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Room 4

12.30-12.55pm

From planning learning paths to assessment: Innovations to the practical benefits of Learning Design
Davinia Hernandez-Leo, Ayman Moghneih, Toni Navarrete, Josep Blat, Sandra Gilabert, Patricia Santos & Mar Perez-Sanagustin, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Room 1

12.30-12.55pm

Integrating generic services in GRAIL, the Learning Design Run-Time environment in .LRN
Abelardo Pardo & Carlos Delgado Kloos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

Room 2

12.30-12.55pm

Using LAMS to facilitate an effective blended learning project at University of Szczecin
Adam Stecyk, University of Szczecin, Poland

Room 3

12.30-12.55pm

Engaging pedagogy using LAMS
Debbie Evans, ICT Innovation Centre, Dept of Education & Training, NSW, Australia

Room 4

12.55-1.10pm

Short Break

Foyer

1.10- 1.35pm

Understanding the potential of learning design to support university teachers’ design processes
Sue Bennett, Shirley Agostinho, Lori Lockyer, Rob Koper & Barry Harper, University of Wollongong, Australia

Room 1

1.10- 1.35pm

to be announced

Room 2

1.10- 1.35pm

A learning framework for facilitating organizational change and continuous improvement programs
Liam Brown & Eamonn Murphy, University of Limerick, Ireland & Vincent Wade, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Room 3

1.10- 1.35pm

An Overview of the CETIS Support project for the Design For Learning Programme
Sheila McNeill

Room 4

1:40-2.00pm

Outcomes from the JISC Design for Learning Programme
Sarah Knight, Programme Manager, JISC e-Learning Programme

Room 1

1:40-2.00pm

to be announced

Room 2

1:40-2.00pm

Do accountants tell it how it is? Do marketers like to solve open ended problems? A comparative reflection on learning design
Matt Bamber & Kath Mutter, University of Wales, Newport, UK

Room 3

1:40-2.00pm

Engaging Generation Google with LAMS
Debbie Evans, ICT Innovation Centre, Dept of Education & Training, NSW, Australia

Room 4

2.00-3.00pm

Lunch

Foyer

3.30 - 3.55pm

CompendiumLD – a tool for effective, efficient and creative learning design
Andrew Brasher, Gráinne Conole, Simon Cross, Martin Weller, Juliette White & Paul Clark, The Open University, UK

Room 1

3.00 - 3.25pm

Practical experiences of reusing LAMS pedagogical templates
Lorenzo Sommaruga, University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland, Switzerland, Nadia Catenazzi, Labi-Varese, Italy & K. De Angelis, Training 2000, Italy

Room 2

3.00 - 3.25pm

Web-scenarios – building on reality and supporting the problem-based learning structure at an undergraduate medical programme
Hakan Hanberger, Anne-Christine Persson & Bjorn Bergdahl, Linkoping University, Sweden

Room 3

3.00 - 3.25pm

Using LAMS to Visualise Learning Design with Pre-Service Teachers
Leanne Cameron, Macquarie University, Australia

Room 4

3.30 - 3.55pm

Mapping a landscape of Learning Design: Identifying key trends in current practice at the Open University
Simon Cross, Gráinne Conole, Paul Clark, Andrew Brasher & Martin Weller, The Open University, UK

Room 1

3.30 - 3.55pm

Enhancing critical thinking by providing cognitive skill-based question wizards in LAMS activities
Spyros Papadakis, Hellenic Open Univerisity, Greece & Ernie Ghiglione, MELCOE, Australia

Room 2

3.30 - 3.55pm

Teaching of human liver anatomy with learning designs
Luis Alarez-Gonzalez, Sergio Trivinos-Villanueva, Sandra Bucarey-Arriagada, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile

Room 3

3.30 - 3.55pm

Design of learning sequences for VET community using LAMS experience from the Leonardo da Vinci project MECCA
Erik Engh, Quality Management Software AS, Oslo, Norway

Room 4

4.00 - 4.30pm

Afternoon Tea

Foyer

4.30 - 5.00pm

Panel Session:
James Dalziel, Stephen Downes, Gráinne Conole and Gregorio Rodriguez Gomez

 Theatre

5.00-5.45pm

Keynote 3 : - James Dalziel
Are we ready for mass adoption of Learning Design?

Theatre

5.45-6.00pm

Wrap Up

Theatre

 

Jueves, 26 de Junio - Talleres en Castellano

LAMS Taller para Principiantes(medio dia) - en Castellano – Ernie Ghiglione

 

Jueves, 26 de Junio - Cena de la Conference

Detalles serán disponibles pronto. Para más información contáctenos.

 

Viernes, 27 de Junio

Jornada sobre Planificadores Pedagógicos (todo el día y en inglés)

Taller técnico LAMS / LAMS Technical Workshop (Castellano e inglés) (medio día) – Ernie Ghiglione

Online Pedagogy for Educators (en inglés) – Debbie Evans