The present proceeding collects twenty-seven papers exposed during the scientific meeting SIREM 2013 “ICT in Higher Education” held on November 14th and 15th, 2013 in Bari, Italy. There are another ten full papers presented at the conference that were collected within the Volume VI, no. 1, June 2014 of REM - Research on Education and Media Journal. The conference engaged in an interesting interdisciplinary debate about the role of technology in higher education and lifelong learning, presenting an accurate analysis on new strategies for instructional design, innovative teaching approaches methods, and effective assessment systems. The conference also enabled SIREM scholars to collect the state of the art of the Italian scientific research and the best teaching experiences on the following topics: ! Technologies in higher education ! Digital skills and lifelong learning ! Technological innovation and vocational training ! Digital literacy and adult education ! Technologies for lifelong learning ! Innovative methods and techniques for e-learning ! Models and assessment tools of e-learning ! Mobile learning environments (M-learning) for adult education ! Social learning and lifelong learning. The conference has been a very important scientific event to establish a dialogue among scholars from several Italian universities. During the conference, they met to examine and discuss emerging issues in the educational field, presenting different but complementary points of view and studies, aiming to map an evolving scene. This proceeding is divided into three main sections, representing three categories in which contributions were organized during the conference: - - - Full Paper: contributions referred to results of an original research work. Short Communication: information about research projects not fully completed. Experience: innovative educational experiences. All contributions collected here represent an important record of the interesting ongoing research courses and live cultural debate around educational technology and media education in the national scientific context. In addition, many of the researches presented here demonstrate how collaboration and openness to international environments can bring significant benefits in terms of intercultural development, in order to weave paths with unprecedented and innovative thinking. Diana Laurillard, a scholar from the Institute of Education in London, participated in the conference with her keynote presentation “Teaching as a design Science: investigating the integration of technology with pedagogy” and with this contribution opened the space for international research and reflection about innovative strategies in learning design. The annual conference organized by SIREM represents a fruitful discussion about new frontiers on media research in the national and international scene with a significant openness to innovative lines and research horizons.
|Titolo:||ICT in Higher Education and Lifelong Learning. SIREM 2013 Conference Proceedings, November 14th-15th, Bari (Italy). Bari: Progedit.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||7.1 Curatela|