Friday, October 10



Welcome Address
Teresa Guasch, Dean of Psychology and Education Studies on behalf of UOC, the eLene2learn coordinator and manager, Alessandra Tomasini (METID - Politecnico di Milano) and Gerard Casanova (Université de Lorraine) and the project consortium


Emergent technologies and the concept of disruptive innovation
Keynote from the Scientific Committee
Gráinne Conole, Professor of Learning Innovation and Director of the Institute of Learning Innovation, University of Leicester, United Kingdom


Capitalising on 3 years of work - the eLene2learn Lessons Learned report
Olympia Befa, English teacher at Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece. See recording


Warm up session: Short presentation of the eLene2learn project and the conference participants


Coffee break

17:45-18:30 Introduction of Sister Initiatives, projects and practices relevant for eLene2learn stakeholders, followed by questions and answers

Saturday, October 11



Round table 1: A practical example examined on the spot

See recording

Collaborative learning in an anonymous group using Google Docs
Ari Ranki (teacher) and his pupil Matti Virkkunen, Tikkurila Upper Secondary School, Vantaa, Finland. Presentation

Implementation of an ePortfolio in secondary education
Joel Gaillard, Universite de Lorraine, France. Presentation

Using a wiki to support adult learners and their engagement with feedback from tutors​
Dr Susie Schofield, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK. Presentation


 Coffee break


Round table 2: Practical examples examined on the spot

See recording

Open video resources making mathematics simpler and more attractive
Maria Pisaroni, Liceo Scientifico Banfi - Vimercate, Italy. Presentation

Gamification in Internet Marketing Course
Andrzej Wodecki, Maria Curie Sklodowska University, Poland. Presentation

Student engagement with ePortfolios and peer tutoring
Dr. Andra Thiel & Jennifer Uhlig, Thomas Bernhardt, University of Bremen, Germany. Presentation


Life in the e-lane: collaboration, communities and competencies
Closing address from one of the founders of the eLene project family
Deborah Arnold, Deputy Director for digital pedagogy, Centre for Information Systems and Digital Practices (PSIUN), University of Burgundy, France

Official closing and Farewell
Teresa Guasch, Dean of Psychology and Education Studies on behalf of UOC and the eLene2learn project