EDEN 2022 Annual Conference 20-22 June 2022
“Shaping the digital transformation of the education ecosystem in Europe”
Online Participants can follow the live streaming through Worksup using the code or event ID received in their mail
Dr. Nicole Johnson is the Executive Director of the Canadian Digital Learning Research Association where she leads annual, longitudinal research…Read More
Karl Vilhelm Valter
BIO Karl Vilhelm Valter is a Computer Science Bachelor student in the University of Tartu. He is leading the Estonian…Read More
Bio Lesley Gourlay is a Professor of Education in the department of Culture, Communication and Media at the Institute of…Read More
Bio Kyungmee Lee, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University, Lancaster, United Kingdom. Kyungmee Lee is a Senior Lecturer in the…Read More
Bio Mart Laanpere is professor in mathematics and computing education in the Centre for Educational Technologies, Tallinn University, Estonia. He…Read More
Bio Dr. Vuorikari is the lead investigator for DigComp 2.2. Her work focuses on developing better understanding of knowledge, skills…Read More
EDEN Digital Learning Europe is delighted to announce that the Annual Conference will be hosted by Tallinn University, Estonia, on 20-22 June 2022 in hybrid mode. We hope to see the majority of the participants face-to-face in Tallinn, but virtual participation will also be an option.
The digital ecosystem of education has experienced both challenges as well as innovation boosts within the last two years in Europe. This situation is a potential for EDEN as the hub of professionals dealing with digital transformation of educational organisations.
EDEN has a long history of supporting educators in online and distance education, providing a forum for discussion, learning, and refinement of best practices in this area. This pandemic has been no exception.
This yearʼs conference is intended as a continuation of the efforts of EDEN to support educators by providing a space to explore the issues and insights that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Main Topics of the Conference
- Digital ecosystem for education: visions, issues, innovative practice, case studies
- The evolution of online and distance learning (ODL, ODeL, blended, hybrid, hyflex)
- The transformation of face-to-face teaching, through online, to blended learning
- Digital transformation in educational organisations: redefining “the new normal”
- Best practices for transitioning from emergency remote teaching to next-gen online learning
- Digital competence of educators and learners, digital literacy, digital citizenship
- Diversity and social inclusion in higher education
- Ongoing developments in the continued adoption of Artificial Intelligence
- Methodological advances (microlearning, social-emotional learning, gamification, experiential learning)
- Health and wellness in online education
- Digital competences of educators, including digital learning, teaching and assessment
- Digital STEM and STEAM education
- Topics related to the EU Digital Education Action Plan (2021-2027).
- Application of micro-credentials and alternative digital credentials in higher education
- Reflections on the resilience of the education community during the pandemic – well being of teachers and students in online environment
- Evolution of online: Has online education finally been accepted as equal to face-to-face education?
Contributions are invited which are addressing by own research, project achievements, case studies, theoretic and conceptual work the conference theme and tracks and the creative use of educational technology.
Submissions – taking into account the conference theme and related to at least one of the conference topics – are welcome in the following formats: full paper, poster, workshop, demonstration, synergy session, training session.
Networking and interactivity, sharing and discussion will be core aspects of the conference, focusing on what you can learn from and with your peers.