ICELW 2016 Program

The ICELW 2016 program includes:

  • An opening keynote speech by Clark Quinn, Ph.D., world-renowned learning technology expert and Executive Director at Quinnovation.
  • A keynote speech by Columbia professor and prominent cognitive science and educational technology researcher John Black, Ph.D.
  • A panel discussion on "New Technologies and the Future of Learning Experiences," moderated by conference chair David Guralnick, Ph.D.
  • Invited talks from David Kelly, Senior Vice President & Executive Director at The eLearning Guild, and Columbia professor and expert in the uses of artifical intelligence in education Ryan Baker, Ph.D.
  • Presentations given by experienced presenters from around the world.
  • The announcement of the winners of the International E-Learning Awards - Business Division.

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

Location:
Faculty House at Columbia University, on 116th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Morningside Drive.

Directions:
Enter the Columbia campus through the gates at 116th St. and Broadway, near the 116th St. subway stop on the "1" train. Continue walking through the campus, past Amsterdam Avenue towards Morningside Drive. You'll see Jerome Greene Hall on the left; just after Jerome Greene Hall, you will see a courtyard on your left called the Wien courtyard. Enter the courtyard through the gates. Walk through the courtyard, back and around to the right. Faculty House will be the last building on the right.

12:30-1:45 PM
Registration
3rd Floor ("Presidential Level") Reception Area
1:45-3:00 PM
Opening Session
3rd Floor
1:45-2:00 PM
ICELW 2016 Welcome Address
Conference chair David Guralnick, Ph.D., Kaleidoscope Learning, New York, New York, USA
2:00-3:00 PM
Opening Keynote Address
"Serious Shoestrings: Deep eLearning within Pragmatic Constraints"
Clark Quinn, Ph.D., Executive Director, Quinnovation, Walnut Creek, California, USA
3:00-3:45 PM
Coffee Break
1st Floor - Ivy Lounge
3:45-5:45 PM
Parallel Sessions
Session 1A
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 1
Session Chair: JC Kinnamon, Practising Law Institute, New York, New York, USA
3:45-4:45 PM

60-minute session

What’s Next for Learning, Technology, and Our Profession
David Kelly, The eLearning Guild, East Rockaway, New York, USA
4:45-5:45 PM

60-minute session

Creating a Basic, Low-Cost Platform to Deliver Performance Support and Micro-Learning to the Workspace
Hal Christensen, QuickCompetence, New York, New York, USA
Session 1B
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 2
Session Chair: Mary Ann Saurino, CornerHouse Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation and Training Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
3:45-4:15 PM
An Insider's View of Choosing a Localization Vendor: When One Size Does Not Fit All
Cecilia Iros, SumaLatam, Cordoba, Argentina
4:15-4:45 PM
The Importance of e-learning as a Teaching and Learning Approach in Emerging Markets
Amy Wong, GlobalNxt University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Karin Sixl-Daniell, MCI - Management Center Innsbruck, University of Applied Sciences, Innsbruck, Austria
4:45-5:45 PM

60-minute session

Single-sourcing Complicated Content for Multiple Output Types: Mobile, HTML5, and PDF
Jennifer Hess, DTCC, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Session 1C
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 3
Session Chair: Austin Kenny, EmpowerTheUser, Dublin, Ireland
3:45-4:45 PM

60-minute session

A Web-Based Tool for Collaboration and Transdisciplinary Learning Design in Communities of Practice
Erik Vestergaard, Helle Storm, and Gitte Riis Hansen, University College Zealand, Roskilde, Denmark
4:45-5:45 PM

60-minute session

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Case Study for Implementing Digital Learning
Jan Rijken, CrossKnowledge, ’s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands
5:45-6:45 PM
Conference Drinks
1st Floor - Ivy Lounge
Thursday, June 16th, 2016

Location:
Faculty House at Columbia University, on 116th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Morningside Drive.

Directions:
Enter the Columbia campus through the gates at 116th St. and Broadway, near the 116th St. subway stop on the "1" train. Continue walking through the campus, past Amsterdam Avenue towards Morningside Drive. You'll see Jerome Greene Hall on the left; just after Jerome Greene Hall, you will see a courtyard on your left called the Wien courtyard. Enter the courtyard through the gates. Walk through the courtyard, back and around to the right. Faculty House will be the last building on the right.

10:00-11:00 AM
Plenary Session
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 1
10:00-11:00 AM
Keynote Address
Full-Bodied Learning: Applying Grounded Embodied Cognition to Improve Learning
John Black, Ph.D.
Cleveland E. Dodge Professor of Telecommunications and Education
Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York, USA
11:15 AM-12:45 PM
Parallel Sessions
Session 2A
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 1
Session Chair: Hal Christensen, QuickCompetence, New York, New York, USA
11:15 AM-12:15 PM

60-minute session

Bloomberg: 10 Surprising E-Learning Lessons Learned the Hard Way
Rob Langrick, Joy Lowenwirth, and Katharina Gromotka, Bloomberg, New York, New York, USA
12:15-12:45 PM
Work-embedded Learning for Employees who Work for Child Allowance Agencies
Michaela Herrmann, Teleteach GmbH, Geretsried, Germany
Session 2B
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 2
Session Chair: Cecilia Iros, SumaLatam, Cordoba, Argentina
11:15-11:45 AM
4 Key Benefits of Converting a Virtual ILT Program to a Simulation with BNY Mellon
Declan Dagger, EmpowerTheUser, Dublin, Ireland
11:45 AM-
12:15 PM
Using Simulation-Based Education to Increase the Retention Rates of Female Engineering Students
Jong Tae Youn and Song Ah Choi, Pukyong National University, Busan, Republic of Korea
12:15-12:45 PM
Lessons Learned: First steps with a new product – supported by eLearning in ten languages!
Birgit Kuefner, Siemens AG, Nuernberg, Germany
Session 2C
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 3
Session Chair: Taina Patmore, Kaleidoscope Learning, New York, New York, USA
11:15-11:45 AM
xAPI and Privacy: How the Personal Data Locker Can Solve this Issue
Gerhard Schwed, Danube University Krems, Krems, Austria
11:45 AM-
12:15 PM
A as in Audio: Facilitating the Automatic Generation of Audio Lectures
Milen Petrov, Asen Asenov, and Adelina Aleksieva-Petrova, Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria
12:15-12:45 PM
The Performance of Mobile Devices Running HTML5-designed Learning Objects
Agostino Marengo and Alessandro Pagano, University of Bari, Bari, Italy
12:45-2:00 PM
Lunch
2nd Floor
2:00-3:30 PM
Parallel Sessions
Session 3A
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 1
Session Chair: Declan Dagger, EmpowerTheUser, Dublin, Ireland
2:00-3:00 PM

60-minute session

Modeling Complex Skill with Educational Data Mining
Ryan Baker, Columbia University, New York, New York, USA
3:00-3:30 PM
eLQe: A Cool Tool for Simply Evaluating Your eLearning Course Development
Erwin Bratengeyer and Gerhard Schwed, Danube University Krems, Krems, Austria
Session 3B
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 2
Session Chair: Erik Vestergaard, University College Zealand, Roskilde, Denmark
2:00-2:30 PM
The Design of MOOCs for Health Education
Thomas Lausten and Britt Højgaard Steen, UCSJ, Næstved, Denmark
2:30-3:00 PM
openSAP: Evaluating xMOOC Usage and Challenges for Scalable and Open Enterprise Education
Jan Renz, Florian Schwerer, and Christoph Meinel, Hasso Plattner Institut, Potsdam, Germany
3:00-3:30 PM
Effects of Feedback by Multiple Peers on Students’ Task Revision in a Collaborative Online Environment
Willem Koops, Máxima Medical Center, Veldhoven, The Netherlands
Session 3C
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 3
Session Chair: Jerry Hooton, First Interstate BancSystem, Billings, Montana, USA
2:00-3:00 PM

60-minute session

The Creative Process: Developing Innovative E-Learning in a World of Templates
Brittany Horner, Caveo Learning, Schaumburg, Illinois, USA
3:00-3:30 PM
Bridging Academic and Workplace Environments: Preparing Business School Students for eLearning in the Workplace
Jaclyn Conner and Grace Bizzell, Emory University, Goizueta Business School, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
3:30-4:15 PM
Coffee Break
3rd Floor
4:15-5:45 PM
Parallel Sessions
Session 4A
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 1
Session Chair: Cecilia Iros, SumaLatam, Cordoba, Argentina
4:15-5:15 PM

60-minute session

The Role of Story and Emotion in Online Learning
David Guralnick, Kaleidoscope Learning, New York, New York, USA
5:15-5:45 PM
Interactive Tutorials and Live Holograms in Continuing Medical Education: Case Studies from the e-REAL Experience
Fernando Salvetti and Barbara Bertagni, LKN-Logos Knowledge Network, Lugano, Switzerland
Session 4B
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 2
Session Chair: Taina Patmore, Kaleidoscope Learning, New York, New York, USA
4:15-4:45 PM
The State of Virtual Meeting Spaces at Stanford University
Tim Storck, Stanford Center for Professional Development, Brooklyn, New York, USA
4:45-5:15 PM
E-Mentoring: The Key to a Lasting and Cost-Efficient Tool for Support and Knowledge Management?
Valerie Stehling and Katharina Schuster, IMA/ZLW of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
5:15-5:45 PM
Empowering Emerging HR Professionals to Create Innovative e-Learning Modules: Challenges, Opportunities and Reflections
Barbara Smith, Niagara College, Niagara, Canada
Session 4C
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 3
Session Chair: Kimberly Lin Bova, Kaleidoscope Learning, New York, New York, USA
4:15-5:15 PM

60-minute session

Creating a Culture of Learning Innovation
Michael Nastanski and Jeff Borden, Saint Leo University, Saint Leo, Florida, USA
5:15-5:45 PM
Innovation Capability, Knowledge Management and Emergent Data Analytics Technology
Maria Lambrou, University of the Aegean, Chios, Greece
8:00 PM
Conference Dinner

Location:
Rue 57
60 W. 57th Street (corner of 6th Avenue/Avenue of the Americas)
212.307.5656, www.rue57.com

Directions:
By subway:
Take the 1 train to 59th Street - Columbus Circle
Then walk south 2 blocks on 8th Avenue
Turn left on 57th Street; Rue 57 will be 2 blocks away on your right-hand side.

By taxi:
Taxis are generally easily available. Taxi fare from the conference hotels to Rue 57 is approximately $15 including tip; from Columbia to Rue 57, the fare is approximately $25 including tip.

Friday, June 17th, 2016

Location:
Faculty House at Columbia University, on 116th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Morningside Drive.

Directions:
Enter the Columbia campus through the gates at 116th St. and Broadway, near the 116th St. subway stop on the "1" train. Continue walking through the campus, past Amsterdam Avenue towards Morningside Drive. You'll see Jerome Greene Hall on the left; just after Jerome Greene Hall, you will see a courtyard on your left called the Wien courtyard. Enter the courtyard through the gates. Walk through the courtyard, back and around to the right. Faculty House will be the last building on the right.

10:00-11:30 AM
Parallel Sessions
Session 5A
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 1
Session Chair: Christine Levy, Kaleidoscope Learning, Chicago, Illinois, USA
10:00-11:00 AM

60-minute session

From eLearning to Digital Business Transformation: What are the Implications for the Learning Function?
Sabine Seufert and Christoph Meier, swiss centre for innovations in learning (scil), St. Gallen, Switzerland
11:00-11:30 AM
In Search of Elements to Organize Assessments in Distance Learning More Efficiently
Jean Claude Callens, VIVES, Kortrijk, Belgium
Session 5B
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 2
Session Chair: Kimberly Lin Bova, Kaleidoscope Learning, New York, New York, USA
10:00-10:30 AM
A Practical Guide to Nano-Learning
Vincent Flango, General Dynamics, Orlando, Florida, USA
10:30-11:00 AM
Virtual Environments in Higher Education – Immersion as a Key Construct for Learning 4.0
Daniela Janssen, Christian Tummel, Anja Richert, and Ingrid Isenhardt, IMA/ZLW at RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
11:00-11:30 AM
Innovation in Education through Competency Based Education (CBE): The relationship between online development skills and CBE development
Diana Gilmer Echols, Brandman University, Fairburn, Georgia, USA and Patricia Neely, Neely Consulting, Pounding Mill, Virginia, USA
Session 5C
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 3
Session Chair: Maria Lambrou, University of the Aegean, Chios, Greece
10:00-11:00 AM

60-minute session

Innovative Applications of Blended Learning at a Children’s Advocacy Center: CornerHouse Advanced Forensic Interview Training
Mary Ann Saurino and Patricia Harmon, CornerHouse Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation and Training Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
11:00-11:30 AM
Using Semantic Technologies in E-Learning Platforms: A Case Study
Paolo Bouquet and Andrea Molinari, University of Trento, Trento, Italy
11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Plenary Session
3rd Floor
11:30 AM-
12:30 PM
Panel Discussion
New Technologies and the Future of Learning Experiences

Panel Chair: David Guralnick, Kaleidoscope Learning, New York, New York, USA

Panelists:
Ryan Baker, Columbia University, New York, New York, USA
David Kelly, The eLearning Guild, East Rockaway, New York, USA
Clark Quinn, Executive Director, Quinnovation, Walnut Creek, California, USA
Fernando Salvetti, LKN-Logos Knowledge Network, Lugano, Switzerland
12:30-1:45 PM
Lunch
2nd Floor
1:45-2:45 PM
Parallel Sessions
Session 6A
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 1
Session Chair: Fernando Salvetti, LKN – Logos Knowledge Network, Bern, Switzerland
1:45-2:45 PM

60-minute session

Modern Tools for Creating Skills: How to Create Professional Employees in the Scandinavian Financial Industry
Niklas Andersson and Per Brahm, Contento Wassum Academy AB, Stockholm, Sweden
Session 6B
3rd Floor - Presidential Room 2
Session Chair: Christine Levy, Kaleidoscope Learning, New York, New York, USA
1:45-2:15 PM
An Authoring Platform for the Design, Authoring, and Efficient Production and Supply of Interactive Educational Products
Ursula Suter, Avallain AG, Lustmühle, Switzerland
2:15-2:45 PM
Too Old to Learn? The Specific Needs of Senior Learners
Tobias Haertel and Dominik May, TU Dortmund University, Dortmund, Germany
2:45-3:15 PM
Closing Session
Announcement of the Winners
2016 International E-Learning Awards, Business Division
3rd Floor
Conference chair David Guralnick, Kaleidoscope Learning, New York, New York, USA

The ICELW 2016 conference will be held from June 15-17, 2016, at Columbia University in New York.