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Pascal Debordes, CEGOS, France

Pascal Debordes est Directeur Business Unit au sein de CEGOS. Il dirige une unité de 70 consultants spécialisés dans la conduite des grands projets de formation et pilote l’offre e-learning du groupe Cegos.Il est diplômé en gestion et sciences politiques. Avant de rejoindre la Cegos, il a travaillé chez Andersen et Ernst & Young.

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Fulup Ar Foll, SUN, France

Fulup Ar Foll, master architect at SUN Microsystems (France), is a specialist in digital identity and will address this topic from an international perspective. Before joining Sun, Fulup was a research engineer for the French Department of Defence and taught at South Brittany University. For Sun he has been the lead Internet Architect for many European projects. In the recent past he has helped governments to move toward Liberty Alliance Federated model. Fulup is currently inside Sun global software practice and focus on federated identity issues. He represents Sun global software practice inside the Liberty Alliance Technology Expert Group standardization committee and works as lead architect for major identity projects at a world wide level.

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Dr Elizabeth Hartnell-Young, University of Nottingham, UK

Dr Elizabeth Hartnell-Young, research fellow in the Learning Sciences Research Institute at The University of Nottingham, England, will talk on “Mobile-plus learning: creative tensions and hopes for the future. Elizabeth is co-author of Digital Portfolios: Powerful Tools for Promoting Professional Growth and Reflection. She founded women@the cutting edge, an early ePortfolio professional development project in Australia in the 1990s, and has also worked with young people in schools using mobile phones to collect portfolio evidence. Elizabeth is researching the impact of ePortfolios on learning for the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (Becta) and is a member of its ePortfolio Reference Group. She has written many articles for a range of audiences.

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Daniel Kaplan, FING, France

Daniel Kaplan is founder and Director of Fondation Internet Nouvelle Génération (FING), an open and collaborative research project focused on the usages, applications and services of tomorrow's Internet. He will share with delegates the results of this work. As member of the European Chamber of Experts for e-Europe, of the commission of the Strategic Council for Information Technologies of the French Prime Minister (CSTI), as well as the French chapter of the Internet Society, Daniel Kaplan is highly committed to the development and evolution of the Internet. He has written or edited 13 books on the Internet, mobility, e-Commerce, e-Education and electronic media. He is also the President of EIfEL

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Fabrizio Cardinali

Fabrizio Cardinali, CEO, Giunti Labs, Italy, will provide an overview of the current European eLearning industry from a worldwide perspective. Fabrizio heads up one of Europe's leading companies in eLearning research and development and standardisation activities with more than 30 active R&D Projects in the field of eLearning future, content management and 3rd generation publishing devices and more than 100 bespoke projects for European leading Corporations, Universities and Public Bodies. He is Chair of the European eLearning Industry Group and a regular consultant on eLearning content strategies for the European Commission. He is an active member of IMS, SCORM and OKI technology specification bodies.

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Serge Ravet, EIfEL, France

Serge Ravet, Chief Executive of the European Institute for E-Learning (EIfEL), will present his vision of the contribution of learning technology to 21st century learning. EIfEL is a cross-sectoral professional body, whose mission is to support the development of a knowledge and learning society. EIfEL is at the forefront of the ePortfolio movement in Europe, setting as objective that in 2010, every citizen will have access to an ePortfolio. Serge is also Vice-President of the European Foundation for Quality in E-Learning (EFQUEL). Combining both technological and pedagogical expertise (20 years experience in training and human resources development) with working experience in Europe and the US, he is retained as an expert and a consultant in learning technology projects. He has published books and articles on eLearning, competencies, quality, learning technologies and ePortfolios.

 

Deborah Arnold

Deborah Arnold works as project manager at Videoscop, the audiovisual and multimedia production department of Université Nancy 2. She specialises in the development and coordination of transnational eLearning projects, in particular for the eLene network (www.elene-centre.net). She brings to these projects a range of competencies and experience in teaching and instructional design, audiovisual production for education and team management. Deborah was a member of the expert panel for the 2004 and 2005 consultation workshops organised by the European Commission to support the eLearning programme and represents Vidéoscop in the EDEN and EuroPACE networks.

 

Bodil Ask

Bodil Ask is a professor of ICT at University of Agder, Dept. of Technology, in Grimstad, Norway, with long experience from teaching, e-learning and international projects, including service as a national expert at the European Commission in Brussels (1995-96). He is for the time being engaged by the United Nations University - Global Virtual University (UNU-GVU) as developer and tutor of e-learning courses and seminars.

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Giovanna Avellis

Giovanna is senior researcher in ICT, e-learning and m-learning in particular at TECNOPOLIS CSATA. She is manager of several R& D European projects in software engineering, multimedia educational software, and mobile telecommunications. She has a degree in Computing and has taught masters courses in ICT at the University of Bari. Giovanna spent 20 years in industrial research and 2 years in academic research at Imperial College, Dept. of Computing, London funded by a Marie Curie fellowship. She is a Board member of the Marie Curie Fellow Association and founding member of mobile Women in Science Engineering and Technology (m-WiSET) and ITalian Women Innovators and Investors Network (ITWIIN).

 

Luís Barreto

Luís Barreto is Vice‐President of the Direction Board of Escola Superior de Ciências Empresariais and Coordinator of the Business Computing Course. Manager of different R&D Projects: NetStart, CSI‐ Cooperarion Servicing Innovation, Seele‐ Seeking Learning Evaluation. Luís holds a master degree in Networking Systems and Security. His main interests: E‐learning, Evaluation, Web 2.0, Informal and Formal Learning, Networking protocols, Wireless Security.

Christophe Batier

Christophe Batier a navigué dans plusieurs mondes : premièrement dans la recherche appliquée dans un centre de recherche à EDF sur système de traitement du signal et d'image au début des années 90, ce qui l'a amené vers la recherche plus fondamentale à l'université de Lyon en 1992. En 1995, il crée sa société à Lyon spécialisée dans les technologies de l'Internet. Il possède un savoir reconnu notamment par l'attribution d'un trophée Microsoft en 1998 pour la mise en place de la première plate forme de e-commerce en France. Il vend sa société en 2000 et retourne à l'Université Lyon 1 où il est depuis devenu responsable des développements informatiques spécialisés dans le eLearning.

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Martin Belton

Martin Belton has been involved in e-learning and software for over 10 years. Currently Sales and Marketing Director of e2train, the leading provider of learning and performance technologies, Martin was previously EMEA Business Development Director with Questionmark, working in diverse locations including France, the Middle East and Japan.

Martin presents at leading conferences and events including Learning Technologies and World of Learning, and is a regular contributor to publications such as e-learning Age and industry organisations including the e-learning Network. He is also the author of several whitepapers on e-learning.

 

Claude Bertrand

Claude Bertrand est Maître de Conférences à l'université de Provence, IUFM et il mène mes activités de recherche au sein de l'UMR ADEF (Apprentissages, Didatiques, Education et Formation) plus particulièrement autour de la question de l'instrumentalisation des pratiques des enseignants avec les TIC et de leur formation. Il est chef de projet à la Sous Direction des TICE au MEN où il travaille sur un dispositif national de formation continue à distance des enseignants.

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Luca Bisognin

Luca Bisognin est consultant scientifique chez Symetrix/X-PERTeam.

Rattaché au pôle R&D, il travaille sur la spécification d'outils innovants permettant de répondre aux contraintes technologiques, pédagogiques, et organisationnelles du processus d'ingénierie pédagogique et de la conception collaborative.

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 Marie-France Brundseaux

Licenciée-agrégée en Philologie romane, Marie-France Brundseaux a enseigné notamment le français langue étrangère en Italie, en Grèce et en Belgique pendant plusieurs années. En 2002, elle a rejoint l'équipe du LabSET (Laboratoire de Soutien à l'enseignement télématique) de l'Université de Liège où elle s'occupe de projets régionaux et européens liés à l'e-learning et à la sensibilisation aux TIC. Parmi ses tâches, citons la conception des modules de formation et de matériel pédagogique, la formation de formateurs, l’animation d’ateliers de formation et de sensibilisation, l’animation de communautés de pratique, la gestion de plusieurs projets.Elle continue également à se former enpermanence tant sur les nouveautés techniques que pédagogiques.

 

Giuseppina (Giusy) Cannella

Giusy is currently part of the Indire’s Dept. Of Documentation and Training which works on the design of blended elearning model with the Virtual Learning Environment Puntoedu for the Italian teachers’ training. This is done by providing advice, organising training courses for e-tutors and teachers at a national level. Her particular responsibilities includes designing Learning Objects prototyes, working with University and school teachers to find learning activities; researching specific metadata standards for the learning Objects produced by the Italian teachers. One of the projects she handles deals with exploring the use of VLE in school using network of applications such as blogs, wikis and other softwares to improve writing and mathematics skills within education. Giusy has a degree in European Foreign Languages (English and German) and a master degree in Instructional Designer for On-line Learning (2004). She has worked as literary translator and taught in a lower secondary school. She also worked for the European Consortium EUN.

Maria Grazia Celentano

Maria Grazia Celentano (1974) is a Ph. D. Engineer. She is a member of SIe-L (Società Italiana di e-Learning). She has also participated in several research projects to design and model online learning environments and to develop systems to produce real-time multimedia contents. At present, she is a research engineer for the Department of Pedagogic, Psychological and Educational Science of the University of Salento. She focuses mainly on knowledge management and e-learning.

 

Patrick Chevalier

Patrick Chevalier a dirigé le service Enseignement à Distance du CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers: 100.000 auditeurs) puis l’ORAVEP (Observatoire français pour les ressources multimédias, devenu ALGORA). En 2001 il a contribué au lancement d’EIFEL.

Il est depuis 2004 également Professeur Associé à l’Université de Lille 1 ou il intervient dans le Master IPM (Ingénierie Pédagogique multimédia) et dans les activités de recherche du laboratoire Trigone.

 

Gina Chianese.

Gina is a PhD Student at Free University of Bolzano-Bozen. She worked for many years as free lance in training and educational field. She is currently working as a Learning Consultant on the project "Learning with technologies". She is also a teacher at the Free University of Bolzano-Bozen for a course on working in groups.

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Agnieszka Chrzaszcz

Agnieszka graduated from Sociology and European Studies. She works at AGH – University of Science and Technology in Krakow, in the e-Learning Centre, where she is responsible for managing e-learning projects. Her main areas of interest are social software and ePortfolios, teacher training and implementation of innovative methods in teaching and learning.

 

Catherine Claus-Demangeon

Directrice Recherche et Développement de projets à Vidéoscop-Université Nancy 2 et membre du comité de direction. 17 ans d’expérience dans le montage de projets on ligne et off ligne, dans le management d’équipe et dans la conception médiatique de produits pour l’enseignement et la formation. Expert auprès de l’Agence Europe Education Formation France.

Salvatore Colazzo

Salvatore Colazzo (1960) is an Associate Professor of Experimental Education at the University of Salento. He is founder of SIREM (Società Italiana di Ricerca sull’Educazione Mediale). He has published articles and monographs on topics related to multimedia teaching strategies and on theoretical and methodological problems of eLearning.

Pr Joël X. Corberand

Médecin, Professeur d'Hématologie à la Faculté de Médecine de Toulouse - Rangueil, Joël X. CORBERAND est chef de service du Laboratoire d'Hématologie du Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Toulouse.

En ce qui concerne la formation médicale continue, il a mis en place une action dans le domaine de l'hématologie destinée aux spécialistes de la biologie clinique dès 1982. C'est en 1997, dans sa fonction de président de l'association FCBM, qu'il a créé en France avec le soutien de l'organisme de gestion de la formation continue des biologistes français d'exercice libéral (BIOFORMA) et celui des caisses d'assurance maladie (dont la CNAM) le premier programme de formation continue interactive par Internet. La diffusion de ce programme s'est progressivement étendue au monde professionnel de la francophonie, avec des milliers d'utilisateurs répartis sur 16 pays.

C'est dans ce contexte et sur cette base qu'il a proposé et coordonné le programme européen Leonardo da Vinci (e-HEMATimage) destiné à permettre aux professionnels de différents pays de participer chacun dans sa langue à une même formation continue. C'est cette expérience européenne qui est l'objet de la présentation faite à iLearning Forum 2008.

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Christina Costa

Cristina Costa is a French teacher, currently Coordinator of a New Opportunities Centre in Pombal (Portugal). She is a Multimedia in Education Master student from the University of Aveiro. Her main interests are Lifelong Learning, ePortfolios, e-Learning and the social web.

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Steve Curtis

Steve Curtis is currently the Business Consulting Director for Plateau, and has spent over 22 years in IT, with 10 years of that working within HR, and roles with Barclays Bank, BIS Banking Systems, SSA, Microsoft, and PeopleSoft. Steve is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, and has spent many years working with large enterprise companies to implement and advise on HR and Learning Strategies.
 

Gérard Delacour

SDiplômé d’Enseignement Supérieur de Philosophie, Psychologue clinicien, Sociologue des Organisations, et diplômé d’Etudes Supérieures en Sciences de l’Education, Gérard Delacour est passionné par le rapport du Savoir humain aux objets techniques. Il a enseigné et utilisé, sur le terrain concret de l’entreprise, l’application de ses méthodes dans le vaste champ du Knowledge Management. Pionnier dans les TICE pour la transmission des savoirs et des savoir-faire, il poursuit ses recherches appliquées portant non seulement sur les techniques de pointe : pilotage d’avion qu’il a pratiqué pendant 30 ans, photographie et image numérique, machines virtuelles, mais aussi sur les métiers manuels : bâtiment, travaux publics, petite industrie, artisanat. Il développe depuis quinze ans des applications nouvelles en didactique et en stratégie de la transmission des savoirs, dans le cadre du concept de Patrimoine Immatériel.

Gérard Delacour, après avoir résidé à New York, a été Directeur à l’Institut National de Formation et de Recherche en Education Permanente, puis a dirigé pendant quatre ans le laboratoire de recherche et développement de WIDIL (Industries du Savoir). Il est expert NTIC, TICE et en nanotechnologies pour des projets de l’Union Européenne. Depuis le début de sa retraite, il étudie au sein du Laboratoire du CNAM en Sciences de l’Education, dans le champ de la Didactique Professionnelle. Il consacre ses travaux actuels à la didactique du formateur et de l’apprenant dans le eLearning.

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Vincent Dupin

Vincent Dupin consultant e-learning chez Symetrix / X-PERTeam pilote la mise en place des outils de learning game et est chargé d’étudier l’articulation entre les demandes clients et les nouvelles possibilités pédagogiques innovantes.

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Sabina Furgoł

Sabina graduated from Silesia University in Polish Philology. She completed postgraduate studies in Evaluation in Education (University of Gdańsk, 2000) and Education Management (Education Center, 2002). She is currently a trainer in the Teacher Trainer Center and teacher in a Teacher Training College in Bielsko-Biala. Her experience includes the implementatin of e-education, constructivist pedagogy and use of new didactic methods, management in education, project evaluation and didactic measurement.

Ada Giannatelli

Ada Giannatelli has been working for 10 years at the METID Centre (Metodi E Tecnologie Innovative per la Didattica – Innovative Methods and Technologies for Learning) of the Politecnico di Milano – Italy.

She is an e-learning project manager and an instructional designer. She also deals with research in the field of Web 2.0 tools for learning and with testing, monitoring, and certification of e-learning services.

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Stephan Graf

Stephan is currently Research Assistant at the Technische Universität München, involved in the “elecTUM” project (www.tum.de/electum). He is also a PhD student at TUM and has a Diploma in Computer Science, equivalent to an equals M.Sc). Since 1999 he has worked as a freelance in the areas of software engineering, homepage design and development, training, installation and support. He is also a freelance journalist.

 

Harald Haugen

Harald Haugen is a retired, former professor of ICT in Education at Stord/Haugesund University College, at Stord, Norway, now associated to the research foundation TISIP in Trondheim, Norway. He has experience from teacher training, e-learning and international projects, and as coordinator of former EU-projects. ). He is for the time being engaged by the United Nations University - Global Virtual University (UNU-GVU) as developer and tutor of e-learning courses and seminars.

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Lechoslaw Hojnacki

Lechoslaw Hojnacki is a teacher trainer, lecturer, responsible for implementing e-education in the Teacher Training College, Bielsko-Biala, Poland, and a member of a committee of representatives of higher schools of pedagogy responsible for implementing e education. He works with students, teachers and trainers on implementing methods of e-education in schools and their development in this area. His academic interests include research and experiments in the area of online education, mobile education, constructivist pedagogy and Information Era pedagogy in general. He combines a technological background (MSc in electronics, computer science graduate) with pedagogical expertise (many years of teaching and training, candidate for a PhD degree at the Educational Research Institute, Warsaw).

 

 

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Petar Jandric

Petar took his BSc in Physics from Zagreb University in 2003. After a short engagement in geophysical explorations (raw data processing), he joined the Croatian Academic and Research Network where he respectively worked as Expert Associate and Specialist for Education.
Petar’s main research interests are curriculum design, course design and project management for e-Learning. In 2005, he completed the E-Learning Academy for e-Learning Course Design at the Croatian Academic and Research Network. He has published more than 10 conference/workshop papers, edited two e-books and over a dozen of e-Learning courses, participated in programme committees of various schools and conferences, designed and taught graduate courses on ICT in education at Zagreb University and has spoke frequently on e-Learning for a variety of audiences. In 2007, he obtained an MSC in Education from Edinburgh University. Petar is currently employed as National e-Science Trainer at the National e-Science Centre at the University of Edinburgh.

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 Françoise Jérome

Françoise Jérôme est licenciée en philologie germanique et docteur en littérature allemande moderne. Elle a enseigné l'allemand (langue étrangère,analyse et histoire littéraire) et l'anglais (langue étrangère) dans le supérieur universitaire et non universitaire. Après un séjour prolongé à l'étranger, elle a rejoint en septembre 2006 l'équipe du LabSET (Université de Liège, Belgique) et assume des tâches ayant trait à la pédagogie de l'enseignement supérieur et à l'eLearning.

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Dr. Manfred Kaul

Dr. Manfred Kaul is professor for software engineering at the University of Applied Sciences at Bonn-Rhein-Sieg since 1999. Before that he was engaged in research on distributed multi media systems development, web development and databases. Today, his research focus is on software engineering and e-learning, deriving mutual benefits for both. Besides lecturing on software engineering, he designs, implements and tests different kinds of e-learning systems, CSCL tools and new methods of teaching at his work.

 

Leila KHELIL

Leila Khelil est Chargée de mission, Responsable du Projet Libres Savoirs à la Direction des Formations Professionnelles, Direction générale Formation Education de la Région Centre. Elle est Diplômée de la Sorbonne Université et Titulaire d’un Doctorat en Etudes féminines. Elle a fait des travaux de recherche sur les notions d’unité nationale et de culture nationale – Ecriture au féminin. Elle est également titulaire d’un DEA en Civilisations Américaine et du Tiers Monde Anglophone (Travaux de recherche : Kenya : luttes sociales et littérature).

 

Alan Largey

Alan Largey taught for many years in an school in Belfast Northern Ireland where the young people had been affected more than most as a result of the so called "Troubles' that took place over more than 30 years. During that time he developed a very successful pedagogy based on interactive multimedia. On Leaving education he was a consultant and later Director of a Multimedia Company. He now works for Co-operation Ireland where he is tasked with integrating their programmes into an online/virtual environment whilst still maintaining their mutual understanding and reconciliation purpose.

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Neil Lasher

Managing Director of Trainer1, Neil is one of the leaders in the field of eLearning in the UK. With many years of learning and training experience, Neil has been one of the big promoters of the modern eLearning world. In the late 1970’s he was a pioneer of digital communications building data networks across the globe with the Radio Society of Great Britain. With a technical and engineering background he has brought a number of disciplines together and formed a technical training company. In the 1990’s importing the first US created authoring tools for CBT and offering them to corporates to become self sufficient in their own creation of eLearning, Neil quickly became an authority for the DIY eLearning market.

A regular author of ground breaking papers, and a lively sought after speaker for learning conferences, Neil has a regular ‘Opinion’ column in Human Capital Management magazine and has been published as the ‘expert’ in Chief Learning Officer magazine. Neil is always found pushing the limits and challenging every rule to ensure success for his many high profile clients. A modern day instructional design specialist, coach and eLearning expert, Neil facilitates highly successful training conferences and seminars for those wishing to provide performance improvement - while using the computer as the delivery tool. He is President of the Global Network UK for the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD), Vice Chairman of the eLearning Network (eLN) and a Freeman of the City of London.

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Christelle Mariais

Christelle Mariais est consultante e-learning chez Symetrix / X-PERTeam et plus spécifiquement responsable du Learning Game. Titulaire d’un Master en Ingénierie de la Formation Multimédia et passionnée de jeux vidéos, elle cherche à répondre aux nouveaux besoins qui se font jour en s’intéressant à l’apport du jeu dans l’apprentissage.

 

Sean McMinn

Sean is an ESL teacher at the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (HKUST). He has been podcasting since late 2005. On December 11 2007, Sean was honoured with an Award for Excellence in Teaching Innovation for his work with podcasts and education. His fiction podcast, Dismay was a finalist for last year's The Podcast Peer Awards and also the Parsec Awards. Sean has produced the English One podcast and his latest venture is a student group produced podcast magazine by HKUST students for their peers called Campus Beat. Sean has also co-taught a couple of podcasting workshops for students at HKUST. One was on subscribing and listening to podcasts (including how to get them synced onto a Windows Mobile device) and a follow-up on creating podcasts (using Audacity as it needs to be free software for our students)

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Debra Marsh

Debra Marsh was Head of eLearning at the University of Hull, UK until July 2002 and project managed the development and implementation of Merlin, the University of Hull's own virtual learning environment. She now works as a freelance eLearning consultant and is based near Montpellier, France. She is currently working for the University of Cambridge, UK in a major eChina project. Her specific interest and expertise lies in the pedagogical issues raised when designing for and implementing eLearning and she has recently co-authored a practical resource book for online tutors.

 

Nicolas Michinov

Nicolas Michinov est enseignant chercheur à l’université de Poitiers, titulaire d’un Doctorat en psychologie sociale cognitive et d’une Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches. Actuellement directeur d’une Equipe de Recherche Technologique ‘Ingénierie des Ressources Médiatiques pour l’Apprentissage’ et membre du Centre de Recherches sur la Cognition et l’Apprentissage (CeRCA, UMR CNRS 6234). Spécialiste dans l’étude des processus de groupe dans les environnements d’apprentissage en face-à-face et/ou à distance. Auteur (ou co-auteur) de plusieurs publications dans des revues internationales.

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Adelina Moura

Adelina Moura est actuellement inscrite à l'Université du Minho pour obtenir le dégrée de Docteur en Education, dans le domaine des Technologies Educatives - Apprentissage Mobile. Elle a une Maîtrise en Education - Supervision Pédagogique de l' Enseignement du Portugais - Université du Minho, Portugal. Elle a également un Diplome d'Études Supérieures Spécialisées en Administration Scolaire - Instituto Superior de Educação e do Trabalho (ISET) – Porto, Portugal, ainsi qu’un Licence en Enseignement du Portugais / Français, par l' Université du Minho, Portugal

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Rachel Panckhurst

Rachel Panckhurst is a maître de conférences (senior lecturer) in computational linguistics at the University of Montpellier 3, France. She was director of the University METICE centre for open, distance and virtual education (1999-2001). Her current research interests include computer-mediated communication and evaluation for lifelong learning. She is co-author of an introductory book on information and communication technologies which was published in 2000, and she is co-editor of two books: one on autoevaluation and guided self-learning (2002) and the other on evaluation in eLearning (2004

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 Sophie Phillippart

Ingénieur chimiste et des industries agricoles (bioingénieur), Sophie Philippart s'est orientée vers le monde de la formation après avoir travaillé en microbiologie alimentaire et qualité. En effet, pendant six années, elle a travaillé comme responsable de projet au sein d'un organisme de formation sectorielle en Belgique. Elle a rejoint l'équipe du LabSET (Laboratoire de Soutien à l'enseignement télématique) de l'Université de Liège en avril 2007 où elle s'occupe prioritairement de la coordination du portail Internet Learn-on-line.

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Pierre Prével

Pierre Prével est responsable de la coordination des projets de e-learning et de knowledge management à la Direction des Ressources Humaines du Groupe Crédit Agricole SA. Pierre a acquis une expérience de plus de dix ans dans la conduite de projets de formation, et de construction de systèmes de développement de la compétence.

Par ailleurs, il contribue à l’animation de plusieurs communautés de e-learning et de knowledge management.

Pierre est diplômé du Centre d’Enseignement Supérieur de Banque (Institut d’Etudes politiques – Paris)

 

Dominique Saint Martin

Dominique est concepteur et réalisateur multimédia. Musicien et formateur, il est auteur de publications autour de l’écoute et de la création électroacoustique (livres –CD /CD-ROM).

Il est Chef de projet au Groupe de Recherches Musicales de l’Ina depuis 1997.

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Martin Rodriguez

Martin Rodriguez is one of the Project Managers of the e-learning department at IE Business School in Madrid. On the one hand, he works closely with IE professors and managers from different companies to develop multimedia case studies and technical notes. On the other hand he works directly with the production team (designers and programmers) on every project coordinating them to ensure that the multimedia documentation is developed following the specifications and rules defined by professors and managers. He also carries out research. A further responsibility is to encourage other professors to use the multimedia resources in their classes and to develop new products. He also writes in Ideas (one of the IE’s publications) about e-learning.
Martin finished his engineering studies in 2000 and in 2005 he completed a Master in Business Administration (MBA) at Instituto de Empresa Business School. The majority of his previous work experience is in different technical areas related with the energy sector.

 

Dirk Schneckenberg

Dr. Dirk Schneckenberg is Assistant Professor at ESC Rennes and Head of the Strategy & Marketing Department. Until September 2007 he worked as project manager of a number of EU research projects in the field of eLearning and innovation at the University of Dortmund. His corporate work experience includes project management in the virtual university of the eLearning company imc, Inc. in Saarbrücken and assistance to the head of department at Smartforce Prokoda, Inc. in Cologne. Dirk Schneckenberg studied Social Sciences, History, Educational Sciences and Romance Languages at the University of Cologne and the University of Sevilla and gained his Doctorate in Educational Sciences at the University of Duisburg-Essen.

 

Elisabeth Unterfrauner

Elisabeth Unterfrauner received her master’s degree in psychology from the University of Vienna, Austria, in 2004. As an expert in learning psychology and psychological assessment she was involved in various projects in these fields. Unterfrauner has been a lecturer at the University of Vienna for several years and works as researcher at the Centre for Social Innovation, an extra-faculty research institution based in Vienna, in the Department of Technology and Knowledge. Currently she is involved in a project, funded by the European Union, that concerns technical enhanced learning for students with disabilities in the higher and adult education sector.

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Emmanuelle Villiot-Leclercq

Emmanuelle Villiot-Leclercq est consultante e-learning R&D chez Symetrix/X-PERTeam. Ph.D.en Sciences de l'éducation de l'Université de Montréal et Dr. en Information, Cognition et Apprentissage de l'Université Joseph Fourier, ses intérêts de recherche portent ,au sein du service R&D, sur les méthodes de scénarisation et sur la modélisation d'outils innovants pour les communautés et les réseaux sociaux.

 

 

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