Workshop on Technology-enhanced Learning to Improve Quality of Life (TELIQOL 2017)
Third International Workshop on Technology-enhanced Learning to Improve Quality of Life - TELIQOL 2017
Learning is the main leverage in knowledge creation and skills acquisition, backbones of modern societies.
People have to continuously acquire and develop knowledge and skills to face the challenging requests of their environment. Innovative methods, environments and devices for teaching and learning have been developed and recognized as useful by educational researchers. Together with the traditional forms of learning and education, modern forms are available: continuous education, education at work, competence-oriented education, online education, collaborative education, virtual training environments, etc.
This workshop explores current research on the design, implementation and validation of technology-enhanced learning environments and tools to support special categories of learners seeking to improve the quality of their lives: elderly people, people with disabilities, unemployed adults, minorities, adults willing to change/boost their career path.
Topics of interest:
The workshop's topics include (but are not limited to):
• Technology enhanced learning for elderly persons;
• Technology enhanced learning for people with disabilities (assistive and rehabilitative learning);
• Technology enhanced learning to overcome psychological issues (e.g. phobias, addictions, complexes);
• Lifelong learning and well-being;
• Communities of practice / collaborative e-learning;
• Platforms helping the unemployed adults to re-qualify professionally;
• Online tools to engage professionals to improve their knowledge related to their field of activity & related fields;
• Facilitating the access of elderly or people with disabilities to regular learning environments;
• Platforms for knowledge transfer between elderly people and younger professionals;
• Medical e-learning;
• Evaluations of the results of e-learning for all abovementioned categories of people;
• Surveys on e-learning for particular categories of users.
Alin Moldoveanu, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest – firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria-Iuliana Dascalu, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest – email@example.com
Constanta-Nicoleta Bodea, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies – firstname.lastname@example.org