Accepted Papers

This page lists all the accepted papers – paper numbers are in brackets which you can cross reference with the programme

A case of institutional PLE: integration of VLE and e-portfolio for students. (113), Catalina Escandell, Victoria Marin, Jesus Salinas. Keyword: institutions

A Core Conversation about Motivation in learning with PLEs. (122), Annette Q Pedersen. Keyword: students

A framework for the adoption and diffusion of Personal Learning Environments in commercial organisations: An Exploratory Study in the learning and development sector in the UK. (130), Arunangsu Chatterjee, Effie Lai-Chong Law, Glyn Owen, Karen Velasco, Alexander Mikroyannidis. Keyword: framework

An Environment for School-based Mobile Learning. (158), Tobias Nelkner, Florian Schulte. Keyword: mobility

An exploratory study for the implementation of a techno-pedagogical personal learning environment. (108), Laurent Moccozet, Omar Benkacem, Bineta Ndiaye Mbaye, Vjollca Ahmeti, Patrick Roth, Pierre-Yves Burgi. Keyword: pedagogy

Awareness and Reflection in Personal Learning Environments. (151), Wolfgang Reinhardt, Thomas D. Ullmann. Keyword: research

AWESOME: A Widget-based Dashboard for Awareness-Support in Personal Research Environments. (123), Wolfgang Reinhardt, Christian Mletzko, Hendrik Drachsler, Peter B. Sloep. Keyword: widgets

Beyond the closed e-portfolio: Designing for the digital curation of professional identities for lifelong learning. (150), Alex Fenton. Keyword: portfolio

Challenges of Designing and Evaluating Usability and User Experience for PLEs (U2X-4-PLE). (146), Effie Law, University of Leicester, UK, Graham Attwell, Pontydysgu, UK. Martin Wolpers, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany Katrien Verbert, KUL, Belgium. Keyword: users

Competences Mapping for Personal Learning Environment Management. (103), Malinka Ivanova, Mohamed Amine Chatti. Keyword: competences

Creating (Any Device) Apps. (111), Scott Wilson, Sheila MacNeill. Keyword: Mobile

Design of a Cloud-Based, Distributed, Technology Agnostic Architecture to Support “Flocks” of Personal Knowledge Integrators. (120), David C White. Keyword: cloud

Designing to PLEaSE: A case study of personalizing learning for a Malaysian secondary school. (155), Mimma Sayuti Mat Khalid, Raja Maznah Raja Hussain. Keyword: secondary

Developing pedagogically sound PLEs – a practical introduction. (110), Martin Friedrich, Dominik Renzel, Erik Isaksson, Evgeny Bogdanov, Jose Luis Santos. Keyword: pedagogy

Digital literacy and participatory learning cultures among university students. (157), Tracy Simmons, Palitha Edirisingha. Keyword: inclusion

Do and how we understand the needs of our students,? (153), Mostafa Akbari, Hendrik Thüs. Keyword: students

Eportfolios and PLEs in Teacher Education. First results. (112), Gemma Tur Ferrer. Keyword: portfolios

eProfessional: from PLE to PLWE. (134), Enrique Rubio, Manuel Galán, Javier Sánchez, David Delgado. Keyword: workplace

Evaluating the affordances of an iPLE Network in an undergraduate level online course. (107), Oskar Casquero, Javier Portillo, Ramón Ovelar, Jesus Romo, Manuel Benito. Keyword: institutions

Flexible Personal Learning Environments, developed with netbook computers, to enhance learning in fieldwork learning spaces.. (135), W Brian Whalley Derek France Julian Park Katharine Welsh David Favis-Mortlock. Keyword: computers

From institutional repositories to personal collections of learning resources. (149), Julià Minguillón, Jordi Conesa. Keyword: institutions

From PLE to crisis. Thoughts of a teacher. (152), Martin García, Rafael. Keyword: teachers

How university students perceive the PLE concept? (167), Fernando Albuquerque Costa, Cristina Costa, José Mota. Keyword: students

Institutional PLEs. Paradise or Paradox? (132), Hugh Davis and Su White. Keyword: institutions

Introducing the HIPLE: Hybrid Institutional-Personal Learning Environment. (148), Ismael Peña-López. Keyword: institutions

Is iGoogle useful as Personal Learning Environment? (165), Sylvana Kroop. Keyword: aggregators

Learning beyond the curriculum: PLE and the development of soft-skills. (138), Mónica Aresta, Luís Pedro, António Moreira, Carlos Santos. Keyword: curriculum

Listening to the user voice to support personalised learning. (133), Neil Witt, Anne McDermott, Rob Stillwell. Keyword: users

Mahara ePortfolio – An Open Source Solution. (114), Stacey Walker and Meredith Henson. Keyword: portfolio

Map Services and AR for Mobile PLE. (154), Mostafa Akbari, Stefan Herle, Simon Heinen. Keyword: mobility

May I suggest? Three PLE recommender strategies in comparison. (131), Felix Mödritscher, Barbara Krumay, Sandy El Helou, Denis Gillet, Sten Govaerts, Erik Duval, Alexander Nussbaumer, Dietrich Albert, Ingo Dahn, Carsten Ullrich. Keyword: recommendation

Measuring the Usability of an Integrated Personal Learning Environment and Electronic Portfolio Assessment Management System. (115), Kevin Chris Marcelo, Daniel Lachica Jr., Michelle Lee Moscatel, Ma. Rowena C. Solamo, Rommel Feria. Keyword: usability

Merging Learning Management Systems and Personal Learning Environments. (105), Miguel A. Conde, Francisco J. García, Marc Alier, María J. Casany. Keyword: technology

Mobile Personal Environment for Higher Education. (159), Mostafa Akbari, Hendrik Thüs. Keyword: mobility

Modelling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement (PLEaSE). (124), Raja Maznah Raja Hussain. Keyword: students

Networking to Learn & Learning to Network: Skills, Values and Technology. (136), Kamakshi Rajagopal Cristina Costa. Keyword: students

OPUS 2 – An Intelligent Personal Learning Environment Framework, based on the PENTHA ID Model, using dynamically assembled, profile controlled “Reusable Learning Objects”.. (100), Dr. Attilio Pedrazzoli, Dr. Luisa dall’Acqua. Keyword: technology

Personal Learning Environment as a Landscape for Developing Social Connectivity: A Networked Learner’s Experiences. (160), Mohsen Saadatmand. Keyword: learners

Personal Learning Environments – A Comparative Research Study. (141), Ilona Buchem, Graham Attwell, Ricardo Torres. Keyword: definitions

Personalised and Peer-Supported Learning: The Peer-to-Peer Learning Environment (P2PLE). (156), Joseph Corneli, Alexander Mikroyannidis. Keyword: peers

PLE and the creation of systems supporting continuous online professional development. (102), Ove Jobring. Keyword: lifelong learning

Preferred style of learning in the process of knowledge construction algorithms using mobile devices. (144), Ricardo J S Barcelos and Liane M R Tarouco. Keyword: mobility

Putting the life back into life long learning. (143), Tom Kirkham, Angela Smallwood, Kirstie Coolin, Sandra Winfield. Keyword: lifelong learning

PwLE: Port(wine) Learning Environment. (129), Carlos Santos, Luís Pedro, Mónica Aresta. Keyword: Workshop

RadioActive – ‘Jam Hot!’ Personalised radio ciphers through augmented social media for the transformational learning of disadvantaged young people. (163), Andrew Ravenscroft, Graham Attwell, David Blagbrough and Dirk Stieglitz. Keyword: inclusion

Rethinking the marketing curriculum for the social media age. (101), Harris, Lisa Harrigan, Paul. Keyword: curriculum

Rich and personal revisited: translating ambitions for an institutional personal learning environment into a reality. (127), Su White and Hugh Davis. Keyword: institutions

Role of Teacher in Personal Learning Environments. (121), Zaffar Ahmed Shaikh, Shakeel Ahmed Khoja. Keyword: teachers

Sapo Campus: what users really think about an institutionally supported PLE. (128), Carlos Santos, Luís Pedro, Fernando Ramos, António Moreira. Keyword: institutions

Social Networking in Second Language Learning. (119), Maria Luisa Malerba. Keyword: peers

Social Networking in Second Language Learning. (119), Maria Luisa Malerba . Keyword: language

Students’ Readiness for Personal Learning Environments. (140), Teemu Valtonen, Jari Kukkonen. Keyword: students

The construction of knowledge in personal learning environments. A constructivist perspective.. (106), Alexandra Saz, César Coll, Alfonso Bustos, Anna Engel. Keyword: pedagogy

The Flavors of PLEs: A review. (137), Barbara Krumay Felix Mödritscher. Keyword: research

The Implementation of a Semantic Web Infrastructure for Integrating Distributed Personal Learning Environments. (104), Emerico H. Aguilar, Rommel P. Feria. Keyword: technology

The Large Class Experience: Teacher’s Instructional Role in Collaborative Management for a Sustainable Personalised Learning Environment (PLE). (139), HUEY ZHER, NG RAJA MAZNAH, RAJA HUSSAIN. Keyword: teachers

The Madhouse of ideas: stories about networking and learning with twitter. (117), Linda Castañeda, Cristina Costa, Ricardo Torres-Kompen. Keyword: Twitter

The PELICANS project: learners’ experiences in building and developing PLEs. (161), Torres Kompen, Ricardo Edirisingha, Palitha. Keyword: HE

The potential of PLEs in Visual Incapacity providing Augmentative skills Communication. (125), Luísa Maria Pires Miguel. Keyword: curriculum

The Social Workshop as PLE: Lessons from Hacklabs. (162), Jeremy Hunsinger. Keyword: workshop

The Socializing Context of Mobile Learning: Sharing Personal Learning Environments. (142), Joel Mitchell. Keyword: mobility

Towards an Institutional PLE. (118), David E. Millard, Hugh C. Davis, Yvonne Howard, Patrick McSweeney, Heidi Solheim and Debra Morris. Keyword: Institutions

Tweetstorming PLNs: Using Twitter to Brainstorm about Personal Learning Networks. (116), Rory Sie, Eleni Boursinou, Kamakshi Rajagopal, Nino Pataraia. Keyword: twitter

Using Scrutable Learning Models to Support Personal Learning Objectives on Mobile Devices. (109), Wen-Pin Chen, David E. Millard, Gary B. Wills. Keyword: mobility

Widgets for Personal Learning Environments adaptable to the needs of disabled students. (126), Elaine Pearson, Franck-Olivier Perrin. Keyword: widgets