Conference programme


Monday, February 2, 2009

12h00 - 13h30 Lunch
13h30 - 13h35 Welcome by SWITCH
Thomas Brunner, SWITCH
13h35 - 14h05 Keynote: Swiss e-Learning Community eduhub
Ulrich Woermann, UNIBE
14h05 - 15h30

Short presentations

  • Educational Technology Working Group (ETWG)
    Patrick Jermann, EPFL
  • eduhub
    Rolf Brugger & Andreas Röllinghoff, SWITCH
  • SWITCHcast
    Fabio Vena, SWITCH
  • Learning object repository
    Christian Rohrer & Renato Furter, SWITCH
  • AAA and e-learning
    Christoph Witzig, SWITCH
15h30 - 16h00 Coffee break
16h00 - 17h00

Interactive discussion sessions (3 x 15 min.)

Topic 1: Visions, trends, technology, OER

  • PLE for language learning: sharing expectations
    Céline Restrepo-Zea & Nadia Spang-Bovey, UNIL
  • Multimedia learning on mobile phones – Does size matter?
    Anita Holdener, UZH
  • Distributing podcasts for learning: Is iTunesU the solution?
    Marc Sohrmann, UNIL

Topic 2: Creation of Special Interest Groups (SIG)

  • Games and Learning
    Luca Botturi, SUPSI
  • Open Educational Resources (OER)
    Ricarda T. D. Reimer, UZH; Matthias Scheidl, ETHZ
  • e-Assessment
    Cornelia Rüdel, UZH; Brigitte Schmucki, ETHZ
  • Educational Trendspotting
    Andreas König, ZHAW
  • New national research programs and other funding opportunities for e-learning
    Stefano Tardini, USI


Evening programme

  • Welcome: Denis Berthiaume, UNIL; Rolf Brugger, SWITCH
  • Cocktail and dinner at the Kultur- und Kongresszentrum TRAFO, Baden



Tuesday, February 3, 2009

09h00 - 09h30

Presentation of AAA projects

  • e-Assessment system SIOUX
    Markus Dahinden, ETHZ
  • Piik: social network for e-learning news and collaborative activities
    Hervé Platteaux & Sergio Hoein, UNIFR
09h30 - 10h15

Interactive discussion sessions (3 x 12 min.)

AAA projects: searching ideas and partners

  • DICE - digital copyright in e-learning
    Luca Botturi, SUPSI
  • e-Assessment system SIOUX
    Markus Dahinden, ETHZ
  • Piik: social network for e-learning news and collaborative activities
    Gérald Collaud & Jacques Monnard, UNIFR
  • Online courses and learning objects lifecycle management based on the Fedora platform
    Patrick Roth, UNIGE
  • Simple and efficient online authoring
    Werner Randelshofer, ETHZ
  • Connect Adobe Connect
    Claudia Schlienger, ETHZ
  • Electronic and print publishing portal (ela3p)
    Andreas König, ZHAW
10h15 - 10h45 Coffee break
 10h45 - 11h30

Interactive discussion sessions (3 x 12 min.)

Topic 3: Pedagogical methods, good practice examples, quality

  • Quality management and e-learning
    Willi Bernhard, FFHS
  • How do we help education participants think and act more innovatively using the Internet?
    Frank Calberg, other
  • Podcasts and what change they brought to teaching
    Emmanuel Fernandes, UNIL
  • The lost "war" against the printer in an online course
    Chandra Holm, FHNW
  • SMS in education
    Alessandro Inversini, USI
  • iTools
    Martin Studer & Marcel Raimann, UNIBE
  • Moodle café
    Gerd Josten, BFH; Miriam Fischer, other
  • edulap: navigating through online resources via cognitive maps
    Roland Streule & Damian Läge, UZH
11h30 - 12h00 Keynote: Some lessons to learn from the OER movement?
Per Bergamin, SUPSI
Chair: Hansruedi Born, SWITCH
12h00 - 13h30 Lunch
13h30 End of eduhub days 2009


Side event

13h30 - 16h00 Meeting of the Educational Technology Working Group (ETWG)

  • Chair: Patrick Jermann, EPFL
  • Secretary: Rolf Brugger, SWITCH