The researchers of the eMadrid network, awarded at EDUCON 2019

{ Madrid, May 4, 2019 } It's a great pleasure for us to share with our followers the awards received during the last IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON 2019), organized between 9 and 11 of April in Dubai. Both the eMadrid network team that participated in this leading congress, as well as some of the network researchers, have been distinguished for the quality of the works presented in the following categories:

  • Best Paper Awards 

1. Infrastructure and Technologies for Engineering Education area: "What can you do with educational technology that is getting more human?", by Carlos Delgado Kloos, Carlos Alario Hoyos, Pedro J. Muñoz Merino, María Blanca Ibáñez, Iria Estévez Ayres y Raquel M. Crespo García (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)

2. Virtual and Remote Labs (V&RL) in Engineering Education area: "Implementation of an arduino remote laboratory with Raspberry Pi", by Atilano Fernández Pacheco, Sergio Martin Gutiérrez y Manuel Castro (UNED, Spanish University for Distance Education, Spain)

  • Best Student Paper Award

1. "Promoting computational thinking skills in Primary School students to improve learning of geometry", by Leovy Echeverría, Ruth Cobos, Mario Morales, Fernando Moreno y Víctor Negrete (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)  

eMadrid researchers have participated in a special session at EDUCON, with several presentations related to the idea of developing a more human educational technology («Experiences from the eMadrid network: making educational technology more human»). 

Under these lines you can review all the eMadrid presentations: 

  • «Game learning analytics for educators» («Analíticas de aprendizaje de juegos para educadores»). Antonio Calvo Morata, Cristina Alonso Fernández, Manuel Freire Morán, Iván Martínez Ortiz y Baltasar Fernández Manjón. Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM).   
  • «Do MOOCs sustain the UNESCO's quality education goal?» («Mantienen los MOOCs el objetivo de calidad de la educación de la UNESCO?»)Edmundo Tovar (1), Bernardo Tabuenca (1), Ahmed Alzaghoul (1), Nelson Piedra (3), Carlos Delgado Kloos (4), Jim Sluss (5), Russ Meier (6), África López Rey (2), Elena Ruiz (2), Félix García Loro (2), Elio Sancristóbal (2), Miguel Rodríguez Artacho (2), Sergio Martín (2), Manuel Castro (2). UPM (1), UNED (2), UTPL (3), UC3M (4), UO (5) y MSoE (6).


11_04_2019 Sesión especial de eMadrid en EDUCON





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