How will the sessions take place?

All accepted papers must have submitted a video of maximum 5 minutes following the instructions provided, which will be uploaded to the Youtube channel of the conference.

And, in addition, at least one author per paper must participate in the session that corresponds to him during the conference (online or in person) to present his paper. Each session will run as follows:

  • Session chairs welcome.
  • Each attendee will introduce themselves (online or in person). Each will have 2 minutes to introduce themselves and summarise their contribution, WITHOUT slides.
  • Discussion led by the session chairs.

Authors participating online will receive instructions on how to connect via Microsoft Teams and all sessions will be broadcast openly through the conference's YouTube channel. Links to each of the broadcasts will be available in this program before the conference.



The sessions will be held in Spanish, except in the sessions reserved for non-Spanish-speaking authors (whose language will be English).


Wednesday 28 September

16-19 CET-7 Hackaton. Strategy Hack. UNIR (ITED). PRESENTIAL.


Thursday 29 September


09:00 - 09:30 CET-7   Reception


09:30 - 10:00 CET-7  Opening


10:00 - 11:00 CET-7   Inaugural conference: Are we really experiencing a digital transformation?. 


Speaker: Daniel Burgos.


11:00 - 11:30 CET-7  Coffee break


11:30 - 13:00 CET-7 Face-to-face session (Spanish). Chair: Pamela Tupayachi.

  • Paper 255 - Attitude towards Computational Thinking of in-service teachers. 
    Adriana Maria Laime-Choque, Héctor Cardona Reyes, Cesar Gonzalo Vera-Vasquez, Jorge Gilbert Mamani-Calcina and Maria del Pilar Ponce-Aranibar
  • Paper 258 - Toward the Development of writing conference papers skills in Engineering students - COVID 19 implementation experience.
    Elizabeth Vidal, Alberto Garcia and Klinge Orlando Villalba-Condori
  • Paper 2628 - Getting acquainTEC.
    Fernando Pantoja
  • Paper 2719 - Level of the dimensions of the digital competence in university students from different academic areas.
    Margie Valeria Salas Delgado, Caterine Lucy Chara Barreda, Alejandro Mauricio Turpo Rodríguez and Evelyn Eliana Portilla Vilca
  • Paper 3101 - TED Talks as support for improving Student's Speaking Skills.
    Alberto García, Elizabeth Vidal and Klinge Villalba-Condori
  • Paper 3733 - Problem-based learning during the covid 19 pandemic "someone call a doctor, please!".
    Martiê Ramón Guillén Huanqui
  • Paper 4206 - Professional Roles, Skills And Competences Of Female Engineers In The ICT Industry: A Case Study In Chile.
    Ana Bustamante, Jaime Díaz and Jorge Hochstetter
  • Paper 6066 - Digital Competencies in in-service teachers, a post-pandemic analysis.
    Alan Gonzalo Huillca-Huillca, Héctor Cardona Reyes, Cesar Gonzalo Vera-Vasquez, Jorge Gilbert Mamani-Calcina and Maria del Pilar Ponce-Aranibar
  • Paper 8709 - Design of a Mobile Application to encourage Women's participation in STEM careers.
    Valentina Ahumada, Rita Peñabaena-Niebles, Sebastian Amaris and Julian Saltarin
  • Paper 9016 - Mirror classes as a tool for international educational development.
    Peggy Gina Delgado del Carpio
  • Paper 9316 - Virtual experiences: Visiting the school without leaving home.
    Fernando Pantoja


II International Conference on educational innovation with a gender perspective

13:00 - 14:00 CET-7   Round table Gender and Diversity


Chairs: Alicia García-Holgado, Carina González


Adriana Gewerc. Gender biases in educational technology in Spanish universities

Sonia Verdugo Castro. The gender gap in STEM higher education: How do motivations and referents influence?


14:00 - 16:00 CET-7  Lunch break


16:00 - 17:00 CET-7   Online session “Diversity, equity and gender in digital education”. II International Conference on educational innovation with a gender perspective (Spanish). Chair: Carina González, Alicia García-Holgado


  • Paper 9272 - A preliminary study about gender gap perception in informatics studies in Spain.
    Alicia García-Holgado, Carina Gonzalez-González, Inmaculada García Fernández and Lourdes Moreno López
  • Paper 6749 - Digital competencies in seniors: benefits, opportunities and limitations.
    Lorena Colombo-Ruano and Carina Gonzalez-González
  • Paper 3469 - Analysis of the contributions to the SDGs of university students by degrees.
    Lara Ferrando, Aleix Alcacer, Atanasia Lloria, Marina Martínez-García, Belén Martínez-Serrano, Adrián Pérez-Suay and Irene Epifanio
  • Paper 4166 - Digital Competencies for Content Curation in the Open Education Framework.
    Susana Del Río Urenda, Nicia Guillén Yparrea, Estefanía Lema Moreira, Manuelita Cauich Uicab and Antonio Ganzález Grez
  • Paper 5347 - Universal Design for Learning at the university: training and technological resources applied.
    Alejandro Lorenzo Lledó and Asunción Lledó Carreres
  • Paper 5597 - Providing female role models in STEM higher education careers, a teaching experience.
    Encina Calvo-Iglesias, Eva Cernadas García and Manuel Fernández-Delgado 
  • Paper 5981 - Use of ICT Tools in Higher Education in Peru during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
    Diego Vergara, Norberto U. Roman, Ronald Melgarejo, Álvaro Antón, Pablo Fernández and Manuel P. Rubio
  • Paper 7603 - Didactic use of humor resources and memes in higher education.
    María Nieto, Álvaro Antón, Manuel P. Rubio, Diego Vergara, Pablo Fernández and Ana I. Gómez


17:00 - 18:00 CET-7 Online session (English). Chair: César A. Collazos.


  • Paper 1723 - COVID-19 and Distance Learning. 
    Hanae Aoulad Ali, Mohamed Chrayah, Abdelhamid Bouzidi and Fatima Ezzahraa El Habti
  • Paper 1867 - Blended Learning Platform Model. 
    Fatima Ezzahraa El Habti, Mohamed Chrayah, Abdelhamid Bouzidi and Hanae Aoulad Ali
  • Paper 2429 - Dynamics of Online Learning During COVID-19 in Indonesia: Bibliometric Analysis and Future Research Agenda.
    Zalik Nuryana, Wenbin Xu, Shiqi Lu, Zulherman Zulherman, Andri Pranolo and Alfian Ma'Arif
  • Paper 3006 - A Study on Students’ Online Learning Performance and Satisfaction During the Pandemic: The Case for TVET Education Institution in Borneo Malaysia.
    Nur Adibah Raihan Affendy, Timotius Petrus Ayi and Muhammad Sufyan Safwan Mohamad Basir
  • Paper 3092 - YouTube and Learning Media During COVID-19: A Case Study on Primary School Education.
    Muh. Alif Kurniawan, Zalik Nuryana, Yusuf Hanafiah, Yazida Ichsan, Fandi Akhmad and Fadhlurrahman Fadhlurrahman
  • Paper 3154 - Online Learning Platform for Students with Disabilities: Possible Path to Progress.
    Onintra Poobrasert
  • Paper 6736 - Challenges of E-learning in Covid 19 Pandemic.
    Hanae Aoulad Ali, Mohamed Chrayah and Abdelhamid Bouzidi
  • Paper 7164 - Higher education response to the COVID-19: Do students feel comfortable studying with distance learning?.
    Rifky Dora Wijayati, Zalik Nuryana, Andri Pranolo, Alfian Ma'Arif, Sularso Sularso and Suyadi Suyadi
  • Paper 8071 - The u-index: an alternative metric to measure academic impact.
    Roberto Dillon


18:00 - 18:30 CET-7  Martín Wolpers AWARD award ceremony



Friday 30 September


09:30 - 10:00 CET-7   Reception

10:00 - 11:00 CET-7    Online session “New educational scenarios in the face of COVID-19 (I)” (Spanish). Chair: Francisco J. García-Peñalvo.


  • Paper 1344 - From traditional to home-confined learning: a case study in a school involved with ICT.
    Iratxe Lejarreta, Alberto Corbi, Natalia Padilla-Zea and Daniel Burgos
  • Paper 1718 - When mentors hide information from mentees: An exploratory proposal.
    Harold Tinoco-Giraldo
  • Paper 1833 - Perception of young university students on the acceptance of gamification in the learning process.
    Carlos Arturo Torres Gastelú, Alexis Olguin Barrera and Joel Angulo Armenta
  • Paper 2558 - Analysis of teaching Experimental Physics in Guayaquil using online education.
    Jorge Encalada-Huayamave, Barros Victor, Enrique Javier Caballero Barros and Segundo Camaton
  • Paper 3397 - Teaching practice in remote education program.
    Lilliam Enriqueta Hidalgo Benites and Gema Palmira Gálvez Hidalgo
  • Paper 3648 - The motivation and commitment of the professor mediated by strategies to teach and learn with Kahoot!.  
    Sandra Chicaña-Huanca, Giuliana Calliñaupa-Quispe and Olger Gutierrez-Aguilar
  • Paper 5309 - Communication skills through technological and reflective skills and recognition of the advantages and benefits of the podcast in educational strategies.
    Olger Gutierrez-Aguilar, Sandra Chicaña-Huanca and Angela Calisaya-Gutierrez
  • Paper 4057 - E-activities as a didactic situation for the calculation of areas.
    Tannia Acosta, Daisy Criollo, Christian Pavon and Carla Silvera
  • Paper 5127 - The teacher and his practice in a remote classroom: a case of education in the face of the emergency.
    Claudia Camacho and Elba Patricia Alatorre Rojo
  • Paper 3900 - Teachers' perceptions on the use of Augmented Reality in students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
    Alba Gilabert-Cerdá, Gonzalo Lorenzo Lledó and Asunción Lledó Carreres


11:00 - 11:30 CET-7    Coffee break


11:30 - 12:30 CET-7    Online session “New educational scenarios in the face of COVID-19 (II)” (Spanish). Chair: Rubí E. Morales Salas.


  • Paper 5567 - Promoting communicative interactions in virtual environments: a methodological approach.
    Sandra Isabel Arango and Bell Manrique Losada
  • Paper 5662 - Results about the use of Oracle Application Express for IoT Projects.
    Antonio Carlos Bento, Daniel Couto Gatti and Marcelo Galdino
  • Paper 5751 - Continuous assessment through asynchronous activities in virtual campuses.
    Claudia Russo, Mónica Sarobe, Tamara Ahmad and Natalia Sinde
  • Paper 5763 - Hybrid university education in COVID-19 times: resources used by teachers.
    Alejandro Lorenzo Lledó, Elena Pérez Vázquez and Nuria Antón Ros
  • Paper 6650 - Impact of virtuality on students' perception of university quality.
    César Sapaico Del Castillo, Fredy Delgado, Fernando Farfán, Karen Barrientos, Kristel Medina and Elizabeth Mamani
  • Paper 7116 - Evaluation of a SPOC for online teaching.
    María Sánchez González, Ildefonso Martínez Marchena, Alejandro Carrasco Muñoz and Francisco José Ruiz Rey
  • Paper 310 - Student perceptions of the virtualization of teaching by COVID-19: the case of the Master's Degree in Tourism at the University of Huelva.  
    Alfonso Infante-Moro, Juan C. Infante-Moro, Julia Gallardo-Pérez, Francisco J. Martínez-López and Mercedes García-Ordaz
  • Paper 7769 - The use of online teaching tools in the Tourism Master of the University of Huelva after the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Alfonso Infante-Moro, Juan C. Infante-Moro, Julia Gallardo-Pérez, Francisco J. Martínez-López and Mercedes García-Ordaz
  • Paper 3077 - The penetration of Learning Management Systems (LMS) in Virtual Campuses in Spanish companies and institutions: a comparative analysis with videoconferences.
    Álvaro Martínez-García, Francisco J. Martínez-López, Mercedes García-Ordaz, Alfonso Infante-Moro, Juan C. Infante-Moro, Julia Gallardo-Pérez and Catalina Guerrero-Romera
  • Paper 7250 - Development of a teaching model based on lifelong learning through active methodological strategies.
    F. David Trujillo-Aguilera, E. Beatriz Blázquez-Parra, Julián Calderón-Almendros, Antonio Martí-Campoy and Inmaculada Plaza-García


12:30 - 14:00 CET-7    Online session “Quality and Innovation” (Spanish). Chair: Fernando Moreira.


  • Paper 1319 - Bee-bot robot in the use of executive functions in students with ASD: a pilot study.
    Elena Pérez Vázquez, Gonzalo Lorenzo Lledó and Alba Gilabert Cerdá
  • Paper 3157 - Rubric to evaluate educational resources produced by teachers after visual literacy training.
    Catalina Huilcapi-Collantes, Azucena Hernández Martín and Juan Pablo Hernández
  • Paper 3860 - Educational resources as learning strategies in the Flipped Classroom Methodology.
    Carla Torres and Liliana Enciso
  • Paper 4429 - Scientific initiation in the undergraduate process of business administration students: UTPL case study.
    Ana Gabriela Ojeda Vivanco, Ingrid Weingärtner Reis, María Isabel Loaiza Aguirre, Glenda Edith Ponce Espinosa and Jhoana Elizabeth Paladines Benitez
  • Paper 4949 - Improvement in educational performance through wearable-based flow predictive models.
    David Rosas, Daniel Burgos and Natalia Padilla-Zea
  • Paper 5851 - Examples of good practices in teacher training through Erasmus+ projects.
    María Goretti Alonso de Castro and Francisco José García Peñalvo
  • Paper 6595 - Analysis of the study subject in Science, Technology and Innovation.
    Hilda Angélica Del Carpio Ramos, Pedro Antonio Del Carpio Ramos, Francisco José García-Peñalvo, Jose Carlos Montes Ninaquispe, Valicha Cuadra Morales and Sergio Rafael B. Del Carpio Hernández
  • Paper 7252 - A Teacher Education Model for the Digital Era: Linking Educational Innovation and Research.
    Celia Paola Sarango-Lapo, Juanjo Mena, María Soledad Ramírez-Montoya and Eulogio Real
  • Paper 7535 - University Teachers' Assessment of Virtual Education Quality.
    César Sapaico Del Castillo, Fernando Farfán, Karen Barrientos, Fredy Delgado, Kristel Medina and Elizabeth Mamani
  • Paper 9220 - Research hotbeds for teachers using active learning methodologies educational tool, to generate research culture at the Universidad Hispanoamericana of Costa Rica.
    Cynthia Lopez Valerio
  • Paper 9484 - Dual training: A key to create shared value.
    Matias Escabini
  • Paper 9787 - The escape room as a teaching tool in the university virtual classroom: perceptions and learning results.
    Marta Magadán-Díaz and Jesús I. Rivas-García
  • Paper 9850 - The Future Teacher Facing the Challenge of Teaching
    Nuria Antón


14:00 - 16:00 CET-7    Lunch break


16:00 - 17:30 CET-7    Online session “Engineering of e-learning and digital content” (Spanish). Chair: Pablo Torres.


  • Paper 207 - Students perceptions about the use of Studium as a tool for implementing Blended Learning.
    Judit García-Martín and Sheila García-Martín
  • Paper 2571 - Towards an ethical data literacy proficiency: a Moodle logs analytical tool.
    Daniel Amo-Filva, Belén Donate Beby, Francisco José García Peñalvo and Jiahui Chen
  • Paper 3097 - Generation of multimedia videos under the concept of Flipped Classroom for E- Learning y B-Learning.
    Liliana Enciso
  • Paper 3330 - Assessing the Impact of Using Short Videos for Teaching at University Level.
    Valero Laparra, Maria Piles, Adrián Pérez-Suay, Jordi Muñoz-Marí, Julia Amorós, Roberto Fernández-Moran, Miguel Ángel Fernández-Torres and José E. Adsuara
  • Paper 5207 - Study of the academic behavior of participants in a MOOC course on Energy Sustainability using Principal Component Analysis (PCA).
    Gioconda Riofrío and María-Soledad Ramírez-Montoya
  • Paper 5800 - Simulators and virtual laboratories in online engineering education: A student perspective.
    Guadalupe Maribel Hernández-Muñoz, Leslie Sofía Rodríguez Flores, Fernando Montemayor Ibarra and Angél Rolando Rivas Velazquez
  • Paper 7791 - Training of engineering educators for teaching creativity through a knowledge management system.
    Jose Luis Martin Núñez, Cristina Núñez Del Río, Ana Jiménez Rivero, Alexandra Míguez Souto, Agustín Molina García and César García Aranda
  • Paper 8704 - Trello: a management strategy in project-based learning.
    Alex Lema and Liliana Enciso
  • Paper 8744 - Learning about Student Performance from Moodle logs in a High Education Context.
    Adrián Pérez-Suay, Steven Van Vaerenbergh, Maria Piles, Valero Laparra, Ana B. Pascual-Venteo, Ana B. Ruescas, Roberto Fernandez-Moran, Marina Martínez-García, Jose Adsuara, Julia Amoros Lopez, Jordi Munoz, Irene Epifanio and Miguel Ángel Fernández-Torres
  • Paper 9270 - Automatic detection of students at risk of dropping out of school using mRMR and Late Fusion.
    Daniel Zapata Medina, Jovani A. Jiménez Builes and Albeiro Espinosa Bedoya
  • Paper 9951 - Simulation of the Boeing TakeOff Warning System.  
    Daniel Alexander García Rey, Gabriel Sebastián Inca Yajamín, Rodrigo Cristóbal Buatista Zurita and Esteban Andrés Arévalo Rodríguez


17:30 - 18:00 CET-7 Best Articles Awards Ceremony and Closure



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