NB! Local time in Estonia is used in the agenda below, it belongs to EET time zone (with Helsinki, Athens, Kairo etc), which is +1 hour compared to Central European Time.

Wednesday, 6 October

13:00 Opening of the conference

13:30 Keynote talk. From physical to digital: What is good for children is good for all of us Teemu Leinonen

14:30 Panel discussion: Mobile Learning Pedagogies (Aga Palalas, David Parsons, Stavros A Nikou and Selwyn Rodulfo)

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 Session A: Emerging Technologies in Mobile and Blended Learning

  • Invited talk: The story of the MES educational community, told using network analysis and agent-based modeling (Evgeny Patarakin)
  • Towards assessment with automatically generated concept maps (Oleg Shvaikovsky, Priit Reiska and Mart Laanpere)
  • Digital Media Ethics:Benefits and Challenges in School Education (Torbjörn Ott and Marco Tiozzo)

17:30 Break

18:00 Virtual reception & social event

Thursday, 7 October 

9:00 Keynote talk. Harnessing Learning Analytics with Mobile Learning: Opportunities and Challenges. Mohammad Khalil

10:00 Coffee break

10:30 Session B: Mobile learning in/with mixed and virtual reality

  • Panel discussion: Integrating Mobile Mixed Reality to Enhance Learning Before, During and After Physical Field Trips (David Parsons, Katrhyn MacCallum)
  • Exploring virtual reality: A student-centred approach (Neil Cowie and Mehrasa Alizadeh)
  • Integrating Mobile Mixed Reality to Enhance Learning Before, During and After Physical Field Trips (Kathryn MacCallum and David Parsons)

13:00 Lunch and poster session

14:00 Session C: Mobile learning for adults

  • Considerations of Game Dynamics and Mechanics in College Students’ use of Mobile Games for Learning (Pengiran Shaiffadzillah Pengiran Omarali)
  • Web-based multiprofessional joint eSimulation between educational institutions in Finland (Johanna Kero, Virpi Salo, Piiku Pakkanen, Sini-Charlotta Kamberg, Krista Toivonen, Päivi Sanerma and Anniina Tohmola)
  • MirrorMe@work: a theory-informed methodology to support novice teachers’ individual and collective professional development at the workplace (Ellen Rusman and Jeroen Storm)

15:35 Coffee break

16:00 Session D: Mobile learning pedagogies

  • Invited talk: Outdoor mobile learning games (Terje Väljataga, Kadri Mettis)
  • Evaluating Students’ Experiences of a weekly ‘Hour of Code’: Cookies or Cake? (Marguerite Koole and Kaleigh Elian)
  • Student Emotion Detection in Teaching Feedback Systems: A Literature Survey (Farshad Farahnakian, Janika Leoste and Fahimeh Farahnakian)

18:00 End of the conference, an important announcement about mLearn 2022.