En el marco de las actividades formativas organizadas por las comisiones académicas de los programas de postgrado MIPE y DIPE, el Dr. Per Bergamin, de la Swiss Distance University of Applied Sciences (FFHS), impartirá la conferencia titulada:
“Technology based Adaptive Instructional Designs – Developments between realistic experience and fictional promises”
- Fecha: martes, 9 de mayo de 2017
- Hora: 12:00 a 14:00h
- Lugar: Sala de Grados de la Facultad de Psicología, Campus Mundet, UB.
- Inscripciones: email@example.com
Sobre la conferencia
Technologies supposedly change the way we learn. Continuously and within the shortest possible intervals new seminal innovations in technology are introduced into our lives. But do they really change our learning? What do they in fact change? Do they eventually enhance the learning situation and the behaviour of the student? If that is the case, what must be considered when implementing such technologies?
Technology-based personalised and adaptive learning concepts are one of the hot topics discussed since the last two decades. But where are we today? Exemplary findings and insights from our own as well as from other research projects are presented. Looking ahead to future developments and options will conclude the talk.
Santos, O. C. (2016). Emotions and personality in adaptive e-learning systems: an affective computing perspective. In Emotions and Personality in Personalized Services (pp. 263-285). Springer International Publishing.
Vandewaetere, M., Desmet, P., & Clarebout, G. (2011). The contribution of learner characteristics in the development of computer-based adaptive learning environments. Computers in Human Behavior, 27(1), 118-130.
Sobre el Dr. Bergarmin
Per Bergamin is professor for Didactics in Distance Education and E-Learning at the Swiss Distance University of Applied Sciences (FFHS). He is also the director of the Institute for Research in Open-, Distance- and eLearning (IFeL) where he works on Self-Regulated Learning, Media Literacy for E-Learning and Innovative Learning Environments. As a researcher, he cooperates with or leads different national and international projects and contributes to the Swiss Advisory Boards for E-Learning development. As a teacher, he covers the topics of Educational Psychology and E-Didactics. Furthermore, he is the founder and president of the Executive Board of a company for E-Business and Learning Applications.