Conference Programme

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IFIP TC3.4 working conference in collaboration with other TC3 WGs
25th – 27th April, 2019, Zanzibar

Wednesday 24.4.2019  
19:00Registration & Get together -eventSea Cliff Resort & Spa

Thursday 25.4.2019Sea Cliff Resort & Spa 
08:30 – 09:00Registration
09:00 – 09:30Welcome session: organizers and chairs
09:30 – 10:30 Key note: Sustainable Development
of ICT and Education by Amos Nungu,
Director General of the Tanzania
Commission for Science and Technology
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee/tea break & networking
11:00 – 12:30 Session 1: papers 17, 32 & 37
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 15:30 Session 2: (4),9,20,41 Session 3: 12, 15, 25 ,16
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee/tea break & networking
16:00 – 18:00 Session 4: papers 7, 11, 13, 38

Friday 26.4.2019  
09:00 – 10:00 Key Note: Mobile learning - successful
cases from developing countries
by Mr. Aape Pohjavirta,
Funzi Ltd, Finland
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee/tea break & networking
10:30 – 12:00 Session 5: papers 1,3,23 Session 6: 18,21,31
12:00 – 14:00 Lunch and a longer break
14:00 – 16:00 Session 7: papers 27,28,29,33 Session 8: 8,14, 30,40
16:00 – 16:30 Coffee/tea break & networking
16:30 – 17:30 Use of Virtual Reality -
case Bangladesh-Finland,
Erkki Rötkönen
19.00Conference dinnerSea Cliff Resort & Spa

Saturday 27.4.2019Main Campus of State University of Zanzibar 
09:00 – 9:30Bus transportation from the
Sea Cliff Resort & Spa hotel
to the main campus of the university
10:00 – 11:00 Welcome by the State University
Zanzibar and Key Note TBA
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee/tea break & networking
11:30 – 13:00 Session 9: papers 22, 24,36 Session B: cases and panel discussion TBA
13:00 – 13:30 Closing session
15:00IFIP TC3 AGM; gathering
& 1st day at Sea Cliff Resort & Spa

Sunday 28.4.2019  
IFIP TC3 AGM; gathering
& 2nd day at Sea Cliff Resort & Spa

Session 1:
Chair: Mikko Ruohonen
Emma Nkonoki, Ville Taajamaa, Antero Järvi and Lauri Hooli
Promoting innovation by adding entrepreneurial education to a natural sciences curriculum, case: Tanzania
Ana A. Carvalho
Using Mobile Devices and ICT to Promote Students’ Learning
Anne-Marie Mosbech Jensen, Umayra El Nabahany, Mwanajuma Suleiman and Said Yunus
A transformation into digitally supported education – Case from the State University of Zanzibar

Session 2:
Chair: Ana Carvalho
Josephine Gabi and Nicholas Mavengere
Making use of e-portfolios to enhance learning
Bent Andresen
Sustainable e-learning – case study on the pros and cons of certification
Olayele Adelakun, Adam Fleischer and Mildred MG Olivier
Using Telehealth to Educate Medical Professionals in Patient’s Care in Developing Countries
Simon Ernest and Andrew Mushi
eHealth as the trigger initiative that may foster development in health care delivery in Tanzania

Session 3:
Chair: Johannes Magenheim
Sue Cranmer
How teachers’ inclusionary and exclusionary pedagogical practices manifest in disabled children’s uses of technologies in schools.
Lawrence Williams and Lloyd Mead
A pilot project, “Keeping Safe”, exploring the use of “Scratch 3” coding files, and music files created in “Sibelius” to support young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities at Lambeth College, south London.
Rosa Bottino, Augusto Chioccariello, Laura Freina and Mauro Tavella
Digital games in primary schools for the development of key transversal skills
Christophe Reffay and Phuwadol Viroonluecha
Computer Thinking nurturing Meta Knowledge skills and inspiring pedagogy for sustainable education in the 21st century

Session 4:
Chair: Nicholas Mavengere
Arthur Tatnall
Researching Computers and Education through Actor-Network Theory
Masami Hagiya, Kosuke Fukuda, Yoshinori Tanabe and Toshinori Saito
Automatically Generating Programming Questions Corresponding to Rubrics Using Assertions and Invariants
Jaana Holvikivi
Design sprint in learning software development
Carlos Delgado Kloos, Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Pedro J. Muñoz-Merino, Cristina Catalán-Aguirre and Nuria González-Castro
Principles for the Design of an
 Educational Voice Assistant for Learning Java

Session 5:
Chair: Rosa Bottino
Joshua Ndiege and Patrick Wamuyu
Improving capacity for knowledge management in county governments: Perspectives from selected counties in Kenya
Endrit Kromidha
Institutional Project-Based Learning: Evidence from a Multi-Actor e-Government Reform
Umayra El Nabahany and Said Juma
Integrating information and communication technology in pre-service teacher education in Zanzibar: status, challenges and opportunities

Session 6:
Chair: Javier Osorio
Nicholas Blessing Mavengere and Mikko Ruohonen
Enhancing virtual learning by improving the learning environment and user experience
Raya Ahmada, Ali Abdulla, Said Yunus and Maryam Ismail
Teachers’ Perception on Using KioKit to Enhance Teaching and Learning to STEM subjects in Zanzibar
Sherphard Pondiwa and Margaret Phiri
Challenges and opportunities in the Management of social Media Records at the Midlands State University, Gweru, Zimbabwe

Session 7:
Chair: Lawrence Williams
Mikko Ruohonen, Najmul Islam and Nicholas Mavengere
IT Professionals from India and Finland –are they different?
Javier Osorio and Julia Nieves
Antecedents of sustainable vocational education and training in ICT
Ralf Romeike
The Role of Computer Science Education for Understanding and Shaping the Digital Society
Said Yunus, Umayra El Nabhany, Ali Abdulla, Raya Ahmada and P. Malliga
The Integration of Web 2.0 in Teaching-Learning in Tanzania Higher Learning Institutions: The Case of The State University of Zanzibar (SUZA)

Session 8:
Chair: Arthur Tatnall
Jaana Holvikivi
Will the visualization of internet affect languages of education?
Fernando Toro
The Introduction of ICTs in Chilean Schools – An Analysis of the Various Initiatives Since Enlaces and The Issues Faced by The Mapuche
Maina Gioko and Rosemary Waga
Digital Literacy Enhancement Status in Kenya’s competency-based curriculum
Daniel Burgos
The Innovation Cycle for Sustainable ICT Education

Session 9:
Chair: Said Yunus
Maryam Ismail, Mwanajuma Mgeni, Said Yunus and Ali Abdulla
Awareness of Open Education Resources (OER) in Higher Learning Institutions: Perspectives from Undergraduate Students from the State University of Zanzibar (SUZA)
Erkki Rötkönen, A.K.M. Najmul Islam and Erkki Sutinen
Toward Pedagogy Centered Virtual Learning Space Design
Nasiru Yakubu, Muhammadou Kah and Salihu Dasuki
Student’s Acceptance of Learning Management Systems: A Case Study of The National Open University of Nigeria