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Proceedings of the International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS) International Conference on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in Digital Age (14th, Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal, October 18-20, 2017)

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These proceedings contain the papers of the 14th International Conference on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in the Digital Age (CELDA 2017), 18-20 October 2017, which has been organized by the International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS) and endorsed by the Japanese Society for Information and Systems in Education (JSISE). The CELDA 2017 Conference received 72 submissions from more than 25 countries. Out of the papers submitted, 27 were accepted as full papers for an acceptance rate of 38%; 23 were accepted as short papers and 2 were accepted as reflection papers. In addition to the presentation of full, short and reflection papers, the conference also includes one keynote presentation from an internationally distinguished researcher, "Classroom Orchestration: From Practical Tips to Formal Models" (Pierre Dillenbourg). Full papers include: (1) Are Learning Logs Related to Procrastination? From the Viewpoint of Self-Regulated Learning (Masanori Yamada, Misato Oi and Shin'ichi Konomi); (2) Asymmetry in the Perception of Friendship in Student Groups (Luigi Lancieri); (3) Exploring Teacher Use of an Online Forum to Develop Game-Based Learning Literacy (Amanda Barany, Mamta Shah and Aroutis Foster); (4) Educational Assessment of Students in Primary School in Tunisia (Wiem Ben Khalifa, Dalila Souilem and Mahmoud Neji); (5) Impact of Early Numeracy Training on Kindergartners from Middle-Income Families (Carla Meloni, Rachele Fanari, Andrea Bertucci and Sara Berretti); (6) 360 Degree Videos within a Climbing MOOC (Michael Gänsluckner, Martin Ebner and Isidor Kamrat); (7) Cultivating Students' Reading Literacy Using Digital Textile-Based Reading in a Chinese Primary School (Patricia Norte, Joao Negreiros and Ana Correia); (8) How to Flip a Classroom and Improve Student Learning and Engagement: The Case of PSYC1030 (Pedro Isaias, Blake McKimmie, Aneesha Bakharia, John Zornig and Anna Morris); (9) Early Numerical Competence and Number Line Task Performance in Kindergartners (Rachele Fanari, Carla Meloni and Davide Massidda); (10) Exploring the Impact of the Informational Value of Feedback Choices on Performance Outcomes in an Online Assessment Game (Maria Cutumisu); (11) Refining Presentation Documents with Presentation Schema (Yuki Obara and Akihiro Kashihara); (12) The Knowledge Development Model: Responding to the Changing Landscape of Learning in Virtual Environments (Nan B. Adams); (13) Mobile Learning Analytics in Higher Education: Usability Testing and Evaluation of an APP Prototype (Matthias Kuhnel, Luisa Seiler, Andrea Honal and Dirk Ifenthaler); (14) Digital Competence Model of Distance Learning Students (Ketia Kellen A. da Silva and Patricia A. Behar); (15) How Dispositional Learning Analytics Helps Understanding the Worked-Example Principle (Dirk Tempelaar); (16) Pushing Buttons: A Sociomaterial Exploration of the Distributed Lecture (Anna MacLeod, Paula Cameron, Olga Kits and Cathy Fournier); (17) Multimodal Teaching and Learning with the Use of Technology: Meanings, Practices and Discourses (Vasiliki Papageorgiou and Petros Lameras); (18) Contrasts in Openness toward Mobile Learning in the Classroom: A Study of Elementary, Middle and High School Teachers (Rhonda Christensen and Gerald Knezek); (19) Classification of Learning Styles in Virtual Learning Environment Using J48 Decision Tree (Renato R. Maaliw, III and Melvin A. Ballera); (20) Using Short Videos as Testing Elements in Skill Matching--Test Design in the SMART Project (Marc Beutner and Frederike Anna Rüscher); (21) I Might Not Be as Tech as You Think: Collegiate Print versus Digital Preferences (Joan Ann Swanson, Susan L. Renes and Anthony T. Strange); (22) A Visualization System for Predicting Learning Activities Using State Transition Graphs (Fumiya Okubo, Atsushi Shimada, Yuta Taniguchi and Shin'ichi Konomi); (23) OCRA, A Mobile Learning Prototype for Understanding Chemistry Concepts (Tenku Putri Norishah Tenku Shariman and Othman Talib); (24) Teaching Strategies and Methods in Modern Environments for Learning of Programming (Slobodanka Djenic and Jelena Mitic); (25) A Lecture Supporting System Based on Real-Time Learning Analytics (Atsushi Shimada and Shin'ichi Konomi); (26) Characteristics of Effective Pedagogical Strategies for Self-Regulated Learning in Technology-Enhanced Environments: Towards Improving Learning Outcome (Ian S. McGowan); and (27) Pseudo-Haptic Feedback for Promoting Narrative Comprehension (Kazuaki Umetsu and Akihiro Kashihara). Short papers include: (1) Development of a Support Application and a Textbook for Practicing Facial Expression Detection for Students with Visual Impairment (Hirotaka Saito, Akinobu Ando, Shota Itagaki, Taku Kawada, Darold Davis and Nobuyuki Nagai); (2) Teaching Media Design by Using Scrum. A Qualitative Study within a Media Informatics Elective Course (Ines Herrmann, Sander Münster, Vincent Tietz and Rainer Uhlemann); (3) An Architecture to Support Wearables in Education and Wellbeing (Fernando Luis-Ferreira, Andreia Artifice, Gary McManus and João Sarraipa); (4) Differentiated Learning Environment--A Classroom for Quadratic Equation, Function, and Graphs (Emre Dinç); (5) Leveraging the Affordances of Mobile Learning for Vocabulary Gains (Michael Bowles); (6) Towards a Framework of Using Knowledge Tools for Teaching by Solving Problems in Technology-Enhanced Learning Environment (Sergei Kostousov and Dmitry Kudryavtsev); (7) Exploring Students' Learning Journals with Web-Based Interactive Report Tool (Yuta Taniguchi, Fumiya Okubo, Atsushi Shimada and Shin'ichi Konomi); (8) The Framework of Intervention Engine Based on Learning Analytics (Muhittin Sahin and Halil Yurdugül); (9) On the Use of E-TPCK for Situated Teacher Professional Development (Maria Mama Timotheou, Andri Christodoulou and Charoula Angeli); (10) Narb-Based Analysis of Tweets Related to United Airlines Controversy: Learning Beyond the Media (Ananda Mitra); (11) Learners' and Teachers' Perceptions of Learning Analytics (LA): A Case Study of South Hampton Solent University (SSU) (Osama Khan); (12) Issues of IT-Professionals Training in Traditional Educational Process (Farid Eminov and Irina Golitsyna); (13) The Isolation Emotion: An Emotional Point of View on Teaming and Group Tools in E-Learning Environments (Tarek Boutefara and Latifa Mahdaoui); (14) Development of Critical Thinking with Metacognitive Regulation and Toulmin Model (Yasushi Gotoh); (15) A Preliminary Investigation into Parents' Concerns about Programming Education in Japanese Primary Schools (Yukiko Maruyama, Hiroko Kanoh and Kinya Adachi); (16) Designing Philadelphia Land Science as a Game to Promote Identity Exploration (Amanda Barany, Mamta Shah, Jessica Cellitti, Migela Duka, Zachari Swiecki, Amanda Evenstone, Hannah Kinley, Peter Quigley, David Williamson Shaffer and Aroutis Foster); (17) Juxtapose: An Exploration of Mobile Augmented Reality Collaborations and Professional Practices in a Creative Learning Environment (Darren Menorath and Laurent Antonczak); (18) Gender, Games and Space (Suzanne de Castell, Hector Larios and Jennifer Jenson); (19) The Contribution of Collective Intelligence for the Analysis of the Phenomenon of Students Overcrowding (Dikagma Bassagou and Luigi Lancieri); (20) Integrated Collaborative E-Learning for the Global Management Education in the 21st Century (Barbara W. K. Son); (21) Relations between Cognitive Resources and Two Types of Germane Load for Learning (Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai and Yosuke Mizuno); (22) A Framework for People Re-Identification in Multi-Camera Surveillance Systems (Sirine Ammar, Nizar Zaghden and Mahmoud Neji); and (23) Connecting the Dots: Linking Creativity, Synthesis Skills, and the Students' Anxiety about the Future (Ioan Susnea, Emilia Pecheanu, Luminita Dumitriu and Adina Cocu). The two reflection papers are: (1) Localising Content for an XMOOC in the UAE (Jenny Eppard and Preeya Reddy); and (2) Academic Reading on a Collaborative, Online Platform (Jenny Eppard and Preeya Reddy). An author index is included. Individual papers contain references.


Sampson, D.G., Spector, J.M., Ifenthaler, D. & Isaías, P. Proceedings of the International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS) International Conference on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in Digital Age (14th, Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal, October 18-20, 2017). Retrieved November 22, 2019 from .

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