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MATEL 2014 : 5th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MOTIVATIONAL AND AFFECTIVE ASPECTS IN TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING (MATEL)

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Link: http://matel14.professional-learning.eu/
 
When Sep 16, 2014 - Sep 16, 2014
Where GRAZ, AUSTRIA
Submission Deadline Jul 6, 2014
Notification Due Jul 28, 2014
Final Version Due Aug 31, 2014
Categories    education   motivation   emotions   techology enhanced learning
 

Call For Papers

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CALL FOR PAPERS

5th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MOTIVATIONAL AND AFFECTIVE ASPECTS
IN TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING (MATEL)
(MATEL 2014 – http://matel14.professional-learning.eu/)

CO-LOCATED WITH EC-TEL 2014 and I-KNOW 2014

GRAZ, AUSTRIA, SEPTEMBER 16, 2014

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JULY 06, 2014

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In this workshop we bring together different perspectives on the topic to foster the formation of a community between psychology, sociology, pedagogy, human resources, CSCW and computer science.
The MATEL workshop has a successful history with its first edition at EC-TEL 2010 and continued to provide an engaged forum for the subject area, which helped to form a community around the topic.
This year, we want to develop the MATEL format further towards creating an structured experience base. The foundations for this experience base are participants’ concrete examples, including both, prototypes and systems as well as experience reports from the introduction and usage of approaches, services and tools that address motivational and affective aspects in technology enhanced learning. Together with participants we want to take these contributions as starting point for further discussions and sharing of good and bad practice from different contexts. Similar to other engineering disciplines, we want to explore how patterns as aggregation and systematic descriptions of good practices can help to sustain and systematize these experiences for reuse. These socio-technical patterns will comprise practices to inform both tool design as well as strategies for adoption.

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IMPORTANT DATES
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Submission deadline: July 6, 2014
Review notification: July 28, 2014
Final manuscript due: August 31, 2014

All accepted submissions will be published in the open access workshop proceedings.

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WORKSHOP SCOPE
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Within a one day workshop, we plan to complement one session on full research papers, position statements and experience reports, with a second session on tool demonstrations where participants analyse and discuss the motivational and affective aspects of those tools. More or less in-depth evaluation results by the presenters are welcome, but not a prerequisite. The participants should be given the opportunity for an intense moderated discussion, leading to first motivational socio-technical patterns as one of the outcomes from the collaborative sharing of experiences within the group. Where possible, we encourage presenters of tools to provide access to the tools prior to the workshop to allow workshop participants to prepare themselves. As a concluding session of the workshop, we want to synthesize the discussion results and further develop research priorities from last year’s edition of the workshop.

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TOPICS
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Topics for Position Statements and Scientific Contributions


· Experience reports and lessons learnt from introduction/usage of tools related to learning or knowledge development/engineering (success and failures), e.g.,

o Knowledge management and workplace learning

o Semantic technologies

o CSCL, CSCW and Web 2.0

o Enterprise 2.0

o Serious games

o MOOCs in educational and workplace learning contexts

o E-Coaching and other areas of technology-enhanced consultation

· Pattern-based capturing of design knowledge of soft factors, particularly related to motivation and affective factors, but also in adjacent areas



· Design methodologies for incorporating motivational and affective factors

o Experiences with participatory design

o Engineering socio-technical systems

o Experiences with concrete research instruments

o Indicators for evaluation

· Approaches, services, or tools to address motivational and affective aspects

o Feedback mechanisms

o Organizational incentives

o Detecting affective states via sensors

o Exploiting curiosity

o Life logging and Quantified Self inspired approaches

o Learning about emotions (e.g., coping strategies) through reflection and resource activation

o Gamification and playful design

· Organizational aspects

o Role of context (social, cultural) on motivation to learn or share knowledge

o Role of affective aspects for daily work routines

· Models for understanding motivational and affective aspects/emotions from disciplines like pedagogy, psychology, human resources management and economics, sociology, usability engineering (e.g., joy of use driven approaches), or computer science (e.g., context ontologies for affective and motivational factors)



Topics for Tool Demos and Discussions

We invite developers and researchers of tools and systems in the area of Technology Enhanced Learning to
present them under the perspective of motivational and affec-tive aspects, such as::
· Tools for supporting individual or team reflection

· Quantified Self approaches and use of sensors

· Mobile learning support apps, e.g., for e-coaching, e-learning

· Personal Learning Environments

· Tools for informal learning and knowledge management in organizations

· Innovative enterprise social media approaches

· Serious games



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ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
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The organization committee consists of individuals from various disciplines (psychology, CSCW, sociology, human resources management, and computer science) to ensure and promote the interdisciplinary perspective on the topic.
· Teresa Holocher-Ertl (ZSI Center for Social Innovation, Vienna, Austria)

· Christine Kunzmann (Pontydysgu, UK)

· Verónica Rivera-Pelayo (FZI Research Center for Information Technology, Germany)

· Andreas Schmidt (Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

· Carmen Wolf (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)




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PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
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· Graham Attwell, Pontydysgu, UK

· Alan Brown, University of Warwick, UK

· Sandra Burri Gram Hansen, Aaalborg University, Denmark

· Barbara Kieslinger, ZSI Center for Social Innovation, Austria

· Derick Leony, University Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

· Simone-Nadine Löffler, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

· Steffen Lohmann, University of Stuttgart, Germany

· René Peinl, Hof University of Applied Sciences, Germany

· Abelardo Pardo, University of Sydney, Australia

· Michael Prilla, Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany

· Andrew Ravenscroft, University of East London, UK

· Alexander Richter, Uni-BW Munich, Germany

· Cüneyt Sandal, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

· Jose Luis Santos Odriozola, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

· Alexander Stocker, Joanneum Research, Austria

· Christian Voigt, ZSI Center for Social Innovation, Austria

· Gudrun Wesiak, Graz University of Technology, Austria

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