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9:30 – 11:15

Plenary Session 12: New Dialogism: Clicking and Keying Our Way to Community

Salon Des Roses A

Moderator: Despo Ktoridou, University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Using Mobile Technology to Develop the Pre-service Teacher Practicum

Leanne Cameron, Australian Catholic University; Chris Campbell, University of Queensland; and Lynn Sheridan, University of New South Wales, Australia

Using Clicker Technology to Expand the Roles of Educator and Student

Evangeline Marlos Varonis, The University of Akron, USA

Camell-Author: An Authoring Tool for Computer-Assisted Multiple Language Learning

Maria Virvou and Christos Troussas, University of Piraeus, Greece

Virtual Worlds and Course Dialogue

Nikolaos Tapsis, Konstantinos Tsolakidis, and Chryssi Vitsilaki, University of the Aegean, Greece

Assessing the Impact of In-class Laptop Use on Student Participation and Performance

Bogdan Daraban, Shenandoah University, USA


Plenary Session 13: New Tools and Learning Styles: Innovative Practices

Nefeli A

Moderator: Iain McPhee, University of the West of Scotland, UK

Employers’ Perceptions of Online Education

Nick Linardopoulos, Drexel University, USA

Generation Y, Learner Autonomy and the Potential of Web 2.0 Tools for Language Learning and Teaching

Liam Morgan, University of Technology, Australia

Development of Lectures on Computer Tools for Postgraduate Studies in Design Engineering Oriented to Colombian Industry Needs

David Rios-Zapata, Gilberto Osorio-Gomez, and Ricardo Mejia-Gutierrez, EAFIT University, Colombia

Modeling Assessment Processes across a University and Introducing Technology-based Innovations

Stephen Bostock and Matthew Street, Keele University, UK

Virtual Classroom: Reflections of Online Learning

Kathy Michael, Victoria University, Australia


11:15 – 11:45 Coffee

11:45 – 1:15 Plenary Sessions

Plenary Session 14: Catching Students in a Social Net(work)

Salon Des Roses A

Moderator: Ġorġ Mallia, University of Malta, Malta

Engaging and Retaining Students — Supporting Student Transition through Social Media

Carolyn Woodley and Catherine Meredith, Victoria University, Australia

From Social Communication to Mathematical Discourse in Social Networking: The Case of the Facebook

Nimer Baya’a, Al-Qasemi Academic College of Education and Ministry of Education, Israel and Wajeeh Daher, Al-Qasemi Academic College of Education and An-Najah National University, Palestine

Dynamic Connections through the Use of Social Networking Tools in a Multi-disciplinary Business Capstone Unit

Marianne Grey, Meropy Barut, Eryadi Masli, and Eleneth Woolley, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Facebook: Perceptions of Purpose — Learning From the Experience of Retailers

Sue Greener and Harriet Grange, University of Brighton, UK


Plenary Session 15: Virtual Learning Groups

Nefeli A

Moderator: J Ola Lindberg, Mid Sweden University, Sweden

Can All Learners Learn with Cognitive Tools? The Case of Computer Modeling Tools and Cognitive Style

Charoula Angeli and Nicos Valanides, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Virtual Friendship: Contribution of Intervention to the Self-image of Mentally Disabled Children

Zuhaira Najjar and Esmael Salman, The Arab Academic College for Education in Israel, Israel

Possibilities and Limitations in Implementing Group-based Role Play Activity in an Online Course to Enhance Learning of Inter-cultural Factors in Global Ventures

Nargis Abraham, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Canada

Facilitating a Space for a Diverse Group of Academic Practitioners to Innovate

Kay Salehi and Llewellyn Mann, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia


Plenary Session 16: Learning Tools, New Technologies and Topics in Medicine

Nefeli B

Moderator: Kostas Tsolakidis, University of the Aegean, Greece

OpenStreetMap as a Tool for Environmental Noise Awareness Education — A Pilot Project

Christopher Barlow, Juan Battaner-Moro, Margaret Jones, Nick Whitelegg, and Paul Wright, Southampton Solent University, UK

A New Online Interactive Problem-based Learning Programme in Medicine: A Tutor’s Perspective

Ella Iskrenko, Trupti Jivram, and Terry Poulton, St. George’s University of London, UK

Investigating Formative and Summative Assessment Methods for Technology Enhanced Learning of Dental Clinical Skills

Arash Shahriari-Rad, Jonathan P San Diego, Margaret J Cox, and Mark Woolford, King’s College London, UK

A Case Study Involving an Internship in Biomedical Science

Rachel Boulay and Alex Parisky, University of Hawaii, USA; Chris Campbell, The University of Queensland, Australia; and Peter Leong, University of Hawaii, USA


1:15 – 2:00

Closing Ceremonies

Salon Des Roses A

UFV Grad Student Paper Prize

Greg Anderson, Chair, ICICTE Scientific Committee

Awards, recognitions, and closing remarks

Nancy Pyrini, ICICTE Conference Director,

Ġorġ Mallia, ICICTE webmaster and publications designer,

Ken Fernstrom, Chair, Publications and Promotions Committee;

Friends of the Conference recognition awards: Tony Whitefield, Mary Snow, Richard Snow.

7:00 Greek Night

Venue: alexis4seasons restaurant

Artistotelous 33 Medieval Town

Eat Greek food to your heart’s content and dance the night away! The Greek way!



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