Accepted abstracts

MOOC, MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Assessing and recovering students’ initial preparation at university through online testing and MOOCs Marco Mezzadri Università di Parma, Dip. Discipline Umanistiche, Sociali e delle Imprese culturali (IT)

Simone Torsani Università di Genova, Dipartimento di Lingue e Culture Moderne (IT)
CX MOOLCs and the Flipped Classroom approach: redefining ‘social autonomy’ in language learning Giuseppe Balirano Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale (IT)

Margaret Rasulo Università della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli (IT)
Diversity of learning resources and their impact on the learner experience: design and evaluation of a Czech language MOOC Ivan Šmilauer PLIDAM, Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (FR)
English for Academic Purposes: a “strategic” MOOC for the MOVE-ME PROJECT on the FutureLearn Platform. Some considerations after the “pilot”. Francesca Magnoni National University of Ireland, Galway (IE)

Alessia Plutino The Open University (UK)
Informal peer feedback in an Italian language MOOC: the Open University’s Italian for Beginners programme Anna Proudfoot The Open University (UK)
Innovation in language teaching and learning: What do we need to make a MOOC course genuinely innovative? Veruska De Caro-Barek Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO)
Investigating the potential of a MOOC on technologies for CLIL in teacher training Letizia Cinganotto INDIRE (IT)

Daniela Cuccurullo Itt Giordani Striano di Napoli (IT)
Language learning on the fringes: Juggling mobile learning, massive open online courses and formal education Elena Martín Monje Dpto. Filologías Extranjeras - Facultad de Filología Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (ES)
Mathematical modelling, observing measuring, and modelling in science: Two self-paced MOOCs for training teachers and learning in CLIL methodology Anna Brancaccio MIUR - Direzione generale per gli ordinamenti scolastici e la valutazione del sistema nazionale di istruzione (IT)

Massimo Esposito MIUR - Direzione generale per gli ordinamenti scolastici e la valutazione del sistema nazionale di istruzione (IT)
Social and cognitive collaboration in a MOOC Christelle Hoppe University of Nantes (FR)
Spanish in a day NANOMOOC, a social media practice fostering social inclusion, mobility and multilingualism Antonio Ramos Álvarez Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (ES)

Beatriz Sedano Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (ES)
The educational challenge of MOOCs Laura Menichetti Università degli Studi di Firenze (IT)
User strategies in a language teacher training MOOC François Mangenot Université Grenoble Alpes (FR)

Montiya Phoungsub Chiang Mai University Faculty of Humanities. (THAI)






E-LEARNING SOLUTIONS FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING
Title of Abstract Name Institution
An Exploration of French Pronunciation Learning Strategies of Distance Learners Daniel Bosmans University Campus Oldham (UK)
Archaeoschool for the future: teaching modern languages on ancient roots Caterina Carpinato Università Ca' Foscari, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici (IT)

Eugenia Liosatou Università Ca' Foscari, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici (IT)
Autonomous enhancement of communication skills in foreign languages – a blended learning approach Irina David Department of Modern Languages and Business Communication, Bucharest University of Economic Studies (RO)
Database of diminutives and augmentatives as a tool for Russian language learners Anastasia Melnik National Research University High School of Economics (RU)
ESP Teaching and Learning in the Modern Digital World Alina Balagiu 'Mircea cel Batran' Naval Academy (RO)

Dana Carmen Zechia 'Mircea cel Batran' Naval Academy (RO)
ICT as the ‘miracle med’ for Civic Integration in the Netherlands: an ethnographic insight Massimiliano Spotti Centre for the Study of Superdiversity Dept. of Culture Studies Tilburg University (NL)
Intercultural education in the virtual class: the case of the IEREST project Claudia Borghetti University of Bologna (IT)
INTERMOVE: Combining Intercomprehension of language and Intercultural training to improve the quality of International mobility Davide Orlandini IFOA (IT)
Learner engagement with automated writing evaluation (AWE) feedback on academic writing Victor Zhang Zhe Centre for Applied English Studies , The University of Hong Kong (CN)
Multilingualism and Language Learning in Romanian Higher Education Area Quality Assurance in Higher Education Language Policy Camelia Sanda Dragomir Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale" and Romanian Language Institute Bucarest (RO)

Elmira Chengiali Institut francais de Bulgarie (BG)
Online library Raffaella Fiorini Université Paul-Valéry (FR)
Skype in the ELE classroom: effectiveness of online teaching in coaching students for the DELE exam Lorena Aguado Spanishviaskype (ES)
Virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality trends in pedagogy Irina Alexandra Birsanescu University of Craiova (RO)
Voice Recognition Technology and EFL Students: A Virtual Environment Experiment Jacqueline Aiello University of Naples “L’Orientale” (IT)






CLIL, CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Chemical language, a language that you need to know if you want to learn Chemistry María del Mar López Guerrero University of Malaga (ES)

Gema López Guerrero University of Malaga (ES)
CrimeQuest, a CLIL Approach of ”Learning on Gaming”, Improves Science Education and Language Learning Immacolata Ercolino School of Biosciences and Veterinary Medicine University of Camerino (IT)
Linguistics, procedure and technique” as a method for CALL education in a blended CLIL training course. Simone Torsani Università di Genova, Dipartimento di Lingue e Culture Moderne (IT)
Spanish language and culture MOOC: learning through world tales Ana Sevilla-Pavón Universitad de València (ES)
Teacher training to the use of CLIL methodology in problem based activities Alice Barana University of Torino, Department of Mathematics (IT)
Using ICT within Transnational Cooperation among CLIL Teachers. Results of an Erasmus + KA2 strategic partnership project Emma Abbate Liceo Statale Alessandro Manzoni di Caserta (IT)



MOBILE-ASSISTED LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Benefits of gamification in language learning Ivana Fratter University of Padua (IT)
Challenges in Teaching Computer-Assisted Translation. Coping with Low Budgets Reality Silvia-Adriana Apostol University of Pitesti (RO)
Evaluation software in assessment of L2 academic writing Svetlana Strinyuk National Research University Higher School of Economics (RU)
How to develop listening abilities with Minuti Contati. An experimental study with international mobility students in Turin Paolo Nitti Università degli Studi dell’Insubria, Centro Interculturale di Torino (IT)

Micaela Grosso Università degli Studi dell’Insubria, Centro Interculturale di Torino (IT)
Mobile Assisted Open Social Language Learning Timothy Read Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (ES)



INFORMAL LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TECHNOLOGIES
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Informal Learning of English and Dutch: The Perceptions of Higher Education Students in Brussels Anne Van Marsenille Institut des Hautes Etudes des Communications Sociales (BE)
Informal online peer collaborations in language learning and practice Anna Motzo The Open University (UK)
The Tool of Tools: using Padagogy Wheel to become an independent student Maria Cristina Bevilacqua Istituto di Istruzione Superiore, Ceccano (IT)