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Digitalization and Educational Changes

Digitalisation et mutations éducatives

الرقمنة والتحولات التربوية

International Conference on Digitalization, Education, Training & Innovation (DEFI’22)

Colloque international en Digitalisation, Éducation, Formation & Innovation (DEFI’22)

المؤتمر الدولي- الرقمنة والتربية والتكوين والابتكار

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Published on Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Abstract

The main interest of this meeting lies in its ability to create "a space for reflection and action" on this subject and to offer an open window on national and international experiences. The conference will allow researchers to share their experiences, exchange their points of view and discuss the relationship between digitalization and the changes generated in the field of education and training.

Announcement

The Higher School of Education and Training of the Mohammed Premier University-Oujda is organizing an international conference: Digitalization Education, Training and Innovation (DEFI’22) under the theme: "Digitalization and Changes in Education".

Argument

Over the past decade, the rapid emergence and the massive introduction of digital technologies in the various areas of our societies have led to major changes in the world of education and training. Digital transformation in education has taken a new turn with the Covid-19 health crisis. It was more than ever necessary to invest in the digitalization of the education sector as well as in ICT training, which gave rise to certain structural trends that had begun to emerge. According to the report of the Special Commission on the Development Model (CSMD, 2021) digitalization represents a real lever for change and development, and it should be given special interest for structuring and high-impact transformations.

With these digital mutations, the teacher is no longer the only “holder” of knowledge and skills. Thanks to increasingly connected objects, access to knowledge, information and training opportunities go far beyond the framework of the institution. The range of strategies and working methods of the teacher widens without replacing it. Perhaps the most crucial issues in the use of digital technologies are those that are changing the way we teach and, more importantly, the way learners develop their skills. Shouldn't we think about and bring out new pedagogical approaches in line with the current and future environment of learners? How can digital technologies be used to innovate in education?

This digital transformation, nevertheless, raises strong questions about the appropriation of technologies by learners, namely taking into account more finely their uses which can sometimes be out of step with their perceptions, accessibility, acceptability, etc. Other issues related to this digital transformation are also raised, namely: ethical issues, digital evaluation, the use of digital tools for scientific research, etc.

Today, in addition to the necessary adaptation to the current context, research work is multiplying to explore meaningful experiences for all education stakeholders and to meet the growing need in terms of digitalization.

In this context, the Higher School of Education and Training of the Mohammed Premier University -Oujda is organizing an international conference: Digitalization Education, Training and Innovation (DEFI’22) under the theme: "Digitalization and Changes in Education". The main interest of this meeting lies in its ability to create "a space for reflection and action" on this subject and to offer an open window on national and international experiences. The conference will allow researchers to share their experiences, exchange their points of view and discuss the relationship between digitalization and the changes generated in the field of education and training.

Conference themes

We invite communications in the following areas:

  1. Infrastructures, Strategies & Digital Transformation Challenges

  • Accessibility, Acceptability, Digital Inclusion, Connectivity, Information Security Strategy, confidentiality, technical challenges and obstacles, etc.
  • Effective strategies and policies for digital integration in education and training
  • Ethical issues: Intellectual property, ethics, legislation; Roles and statutes of educational actors; Professional autonomy, copyright and broadcasting rights, security, ergonomics, etc.
  1. Digital and Educational Innovation

  • Emerging technologies in education and training: Simulations, ExAO, serious games, MOOC, SPOC, Big Data, Cloud, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, Brain imaging and neuro-education, Artificial Intelligence, Educational adaptive hypermedia, etc.
  • Innovative pedagogical approaches: flipped pedagogy, collaborative learning, project-based learning, problem-based learning, etc.
  • Digital technologies in assessment: Methods and type of assessment; formative, diagnostic, summative, self-assessment, peer assessment, etc. Standardized tests, Adaptive tests, MCQs, QCUs, Surveys, e-portfolio, Item bank (creation, revision, metadata), Online tests, Remote monitoring, Dashboard, ...Digital evaluation: Strategies, Design, Tools, performance, Feedback, etc..
  1. Digitization, Training systems & professional development for teachers

  • M-Learning, e-Learning, blended learning, FAD, FOAD, learning management systems (SGA/LMS), intelligent tutorial systems, analytics learning, deep learning, machine learning, etc.
  • Digital skills frameworks, training, support, communities of practice, effective ICT integration policies, etc.
  1. Digitization and scientific research in education and training

Technologies at the service of scientific research: Information search, data collection, qualitative data processing, quantitative data processing, technological watchfulness and curation, bibliographic management tools, etc.

Submission guidelines

Contributions may be presented in the form of oral communications, workshops, symposia or posters.

Oral communications, grouped posteriori into workshops by the organizing committee, can be presented by one or more people. Twenty minutes are devoted to each presentation. The workshops will be led by a moderator.

The contributions of a symposium are articulated around a common problem and a framework text written by the organizer. Each symposium brings together authors from different institutions.

All proposals are to be written in English, French or Arabic, in two pages. The first page will include the title of the intervention, identification of the author, name of the university, organization, institution or affiliated company, email address, postal address, telephone/fax number, the chosen axis ( select one among the four axes proposed above), type of proposal (individual communication, workshop,). The second, entirely anonymous page will include the title of the intervention, 5 key words, a summary of a maximum of 350 words presenting the subject of the contribution, the methodological framework, the corpus of data analyzed and the results expected or obtained.

The symposium leaders must submit a presentation text of 500 words maximum which will highlight the coherence of the problem and the logic of articulation between the different communications forming a symposium. We thank you for sending your proposals, before October 25, 2022 to the following email: DEFI2022@gmail.com. Please mention in the subject of the email: “DEFI2022 communication proposal”

The selected proposals will eventually be subject to modifications or revisions requested by the scientific committee.

For the symposium, the person responsible for coordination is responsible for collecting the various proposals for the various interventions (with the names of the authors) as well as the framing text and the type of intervention. These documents will be made anonymous by the conference organizer to authorize the expertise. Authors who communicate in the context of a symposium should not submit their communication directly.

Presentation modes

  • hybride
  • The time allocated to each communication is 20 minutes.
  • Short symposium (90 minutes – 3 communications) or long symposium (180 minutes – 5 or 6 communications).
  • The lectures will last 30 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of questions and discussions.

Evaluation criteria

Individual proposals and symposia will be evaluated anonymously by two members of the scientific committee according to the following criteria:

  • Relevance and originality of the intervention or research (coherent with the theme of the colloquium);
  • Problematization (theoretical framework, questions, objectives, key references);
  • Methodology (collection, corpus, instruments, analyses);
  • Contributions (results, observations, perspectives).

Fees and registration

  • Registration fees are €100 for teacher-researchers and €50 for students with proof of university registration.
  • Fees are payable locally.
  • This price includes participation in the colloquium, coffee breaks, lunches and proceedings.
  • Travel and accommodation costs are the responsibility of the participants.
  • A choice of hotels will be offered later.

Publication

The final articles are to be sent for publication after the conference by November 30, 2022 as final deadline. Publication is due 2023.

Dates

  • Call for papers : August 18, 2022
  • Submission deadline : October 25, 2022

  • Notification : 01 November 2018
  • Organization of the symposium: November 16 and 17, 2022
  • Submission of papers : November 30, 2022

Scientific committee

  • Rachid HAJBI, Université Mohammed Premier, MAROC
  • Khalid AHAJI, COPE, MAROC
  • Jouad ALEM, Université  de laurentienne, CANADA
  • Franck AMADIEU, Université de Toulouse, FRANCE
  • Hocine AOURAGH, Université Mohamed V, MAROC
  • Fievez AURÉLIEN, Haute École Spécialisée -SUISSE
  • Abdesslam AYOUJIL, CRMEFO, MAROC
  • Georges Louis BARON, Université Paris Descartes, FRANCE
  • Mokhtar BEN HENDA, Université de Bordeaux, FRANCE
  • Nadia BENJELLOUN, Université Sidi Mohamed ben Abdellah , MAROC
  • Mustapha BENNOUNA, Université Euro-méditerranéenne, MAROC
  • Abderrahmane BENRHERBAL, Université Mohamed 6, MAROC
  • Sephora BOUCENNA, Université de Namur, BELGIQUE
  • Eric BRUILLARD, Université Paris Descartes, FRANCE
  • Pierre André CARON, Université de Lille, FRANCE
  • Jean-François CECI, Université de PAU, FRANCE
  • Jean-François CERISIER, Université de Poitiers, FRANCE
  • Simon COLLIN, Université du Québec à Montréal, CANADA
  • Modibo COULIBALY, Université Abdou Moumouni, NIGER
  • Hassan DARHMAOUI, Université Al Akhawayn, MAROC
  • Omar DARHOUCHE, Université Abdelmalek Saadi, MAROC
  • Colin DE LA HIGUERA, Université Nantes, FRANCE
  • Christian DEPOVER, Université de Mons, BELGIQUE
  • Aziz DEROUICH, Université sidi Mohamed ben Abdellah , MAROC
  • Philipe DESSUS, Université Grenoble, FRANCE
  • Nathalie DESCHRYVER, HEP de Lausanne, SUISSE
  • Bruno DEVAUCHELLE, Université de Poitiers, FRANCE
  • Amadou DIAWARA, Université Virtuelle du MALI
  • Mohamed DROUI, Université Mohammed Premier, MAROC
  • Abdelkrim EL HAJJAMI, Université sidi Mohamed ben Abdellah, MAROC
  • Aziz ETTAHIR, CNRST, MAROC
  • Alvaro Pérez GARCÍA, Université de la rioja, ESPAGNE
  • Abderrahim GHASSOUB, COPE , MAROC
  • André GIORDAN, Université de Genève, SUISSE
  • Christophe GREMION, HEFP, SUISSE
  • Abdelkrim HASNI, Université de Sherbrooke, CANADA
  • Abdessamad JADDAR, Université Mohammed Premier, MAROC
  • Rachid JANATI IDRISSI, Université Abdelmalek Essaadi, MAROC
  • Alladatin JUDICAEL, Université Mohamed 6, MAROC
  • Abdelali KAAOUACHI, Université Mohammed Premier, MAROC
  • Fatiha KADDARI, Université Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, MAROC
  • Mohamed LAAFOU, Université Abdelmalek Essaadi, MAROC
  • Christelle LISON, Université de Sherbrooke, CANADA
  • Janice MAK, Arizona State University, USA
  • Alia MAALOUL, ISET Gabès-TUNISIE
  • Elena MOSCHINI, London Metropolitan University, UK
  • Samuel NOWAKOWSKI, Université de Lorraine, FRANCE
  • Brahim OUAHBI, Université Mohammed Premier, MAROC
  • Mohammed OUDRHIRI, Université Mohamed V, MAROC
  • Mustapha OURAHAY, Université Cadi Ayyad, MAROC
  • Cathia PAPI, Université TELUQ, CANADA
  • Daniel PERAYA, Université de Genève, SUISSE
  • Tanya PINKERTON, Arizona State University, USA
  • Patrick PLANTE, Université TELUQ, CANADA
  • Bruno POELHUBER, Université de Montréal, CANADA
  • Paz PRENDES ESPINOSA, Universidad de Murcia, ESPAGNE
  • Mohamed RADID, Université Hassan 2, MAROC
  • Manal RAOUI, CRMEF Casablanca, MAROC
  • Eric SANCHEZ, Université de Genève, SUISSE
  • Isabelle SAVARD, Université TELUQ, CANADA
  • Najemeddin SOUGHATI, Université Ibn Tofail, MAROC
  • Emmanuel SYLVESTRE, Université de  Lausanne, SUISSE
  • André TRICOT,  Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, FRANCE
  • Jesus Vazquez-Abad, Université de Montréal, Canada
  • Abdel karim ZAID, Université de Lille, FRANCE
  • Moncef ZAKI, Université Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, MAROC

Places

  • Ecole Supérieure de l’Education et de Formation Oujda
    Oujda, Kingdom of Morocco (60000)

Event attendance modalities

Hybrid event (on site and online)


Date(s)

  • Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Keywords

  • digitalisation, éducation, formation, innovation

Contact(s)

  • Mohamed Droui
    courriel : conf [dot] defi2022 [at] gmail [dot] com

Information source

  • Mohamed Droui
    courriel : conf [dot] defi2022 [at] gmail [dot] com

License

CC0-1.0 This announcement is licensed under the terms of Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal.

To cite this announcement

« Digitalization and Educational Changes », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, October 11, 2022, https://doi.org/10.58079/19nm

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