eMadrid at IEEE EDUCON 2016

During the days from 10 to 13 April will take place EDUCON (IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference) annual congress. This year will be held in Abu Dhabi (UAE) and is entitled "Smart Education in Smart Cities".

Members of the universities eMadrid network participate in a special session called "Designing Educational Material" in which different works that revolve around this common theme will be presented.

Specifically, after a special session overview, which will be conducted by Carlos Delgado Kloos as Session Chair, the project groups will present the following contributions:

  • From Software Engineering to Courseware Engineering

Carlos Delgado Kloos, Mª Blanca Ibáñez, Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Pedro J. Muñoz-Merino, Iria Estévez-Ayres, Carmen Fernández-Panadero, Julio Villena.

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain.

  • Computer Science MOOCs: a Methodology for the Recording of Videos

Mercedes Alonso-Ramos(1), Sergio Martín(1), María José Albert(1), Belén Moriñigo(1), Miguel Rodríguez(1), Manuel Castro(1), Dario Assante(2);

(1)UNED, Spain; (2) UniNettuno, Italy.

  • An Approach to Gamify an Adaptive Questionnaire Environment

Pablo Molins-Ruano, Francisco Jurado, Pilar Rodríguez, Santiago Atrio, Sacha Gómez.

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.

  • Comparing Computational Thinking Development Assessment Scores with Software Complexity Metrics

Jesús Moreno-León(1), Gregorio Robles(2), Marcos Román-González(3).

(1)Programamos; (2)Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain; (3) Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

  • Integrating OER in the design of educational material

Nelson Piedra(2), Janneth Chicaiza(2), Jorge López(2),Edmundo Tovar(1).

(1)Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain; (2)Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja.

  • Tools and Approaches for Simplifying Serious Games Development in Educational Settings

Dan Cristian Rotaru, Antonio Calvo Morata, Manuel Freire, Baltasar Fernández-Manjón.

FDI, UCM, Spain.




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