The worldwide situation regarding COVID-19 is currently affecting all travel plans around the globe. Although we hope the situation gets better in June, the current uncertainty prevents us from organizing HEAd in the traditional format.
Therefore, the organizing committee has decided to organize it as an online event, to be held in the same dates, 3-5 June. It will have the same format as the traditional ones (keynotes, regular sessions, opening and closing, etc.) to be the usual platform for networking, interaction and discussion.
The call for papers for the main conference is now closed, but you can still contribute to HEAd’20 by submitting your paper to one of the workshops that are collocated with the conference:
The presentation of HEAd’19 keynote speaker Amparo García-Carbonell is now available! You can find it in the “Keynote speakers” section of our website and in the following link:
We are glad to share the pictures of HEAd’19! They are available in the following link: HEAd’19 Pictures
The fantastic speech of the HEAd’19 keynote speaker David Menendez Alvarez Hevia is now available! You can find it in the “Keynote speakers” section of our website as well as in the following link:
We are glad to announce that the publication including all HEAd’19 papers is already available! Look at: HEAd’19 Proceedings
The final HEAd’19 program including all the regular, poster and keynote sessions, as well as the social events has been released in a single PDF file. We hope it is of help!
We would like to announce the list of papers that have been nominated as candidates for the Best Paper Award. The nominated papers were selected based on their review scores.
The final decision will be made during the conference by the best paper committee based on the presentation and Q&A. The award will be announced and conferred during the closing session (Friday, 28th June 2019 at 13:30).
Best Paper nominees
How authentic is it? Evaluating the products of an authentic assessment task
Kay Colthorpe, Harrison Gray, Hardy Ernst, Louise Ainscough
Using Active Learning Spaces to Support Flipped Classroom
Rui Li, Lei Zhu, Jt Singh, Yongyi Mo
The alumni narrative of the connection between university skills and knowledge, and industry: An ‘outside-in’ understanding
David Fleischman, Peter English
Active learning and social commitment projects as a teaching-learning intervention in engineering degrees
Alpha Pernía-Espinoza, Andres Sanz-Garcia, F. Javier Martinez-De-Pison-Ascacibar, Sergio Peciña-Marqueta, Julio Blanco-Fernandez
Assessment of Creative Thinking of Hong Kong Undergraduate Students Using the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking
Annie W. Y. Ng, Chung-Yee Lee
Best Student Paper nominees
Creative writing and Critical Thinking Enhancement at Higher Education
Antonella Poce, Francesca Amenduni
Self-efficacy in first-year university students: a descriptive study
Paula Alvarez-Huerta, Iñaki Larrea, Alexander Muela, José Ramón Vitoria
EstuPlan: Methodology for the development of creativity in the resolution of scientific and social problems
Sergio Astudillo Calderón, Laura De Díez De La Torre, Marina García Companys, Nora Ortega Pérez, Víctor Rodríguez Martínez, Sabah Alzahrani, Raquel Alonso Valenzuela, Adolfo Ávalos García, Blanca Cifuentes, Alberto Esteban Carrasco, Aránzazu Gómez Garay, Luisa Martín Calvarro, María Soledad Martín Gómez
We are glad to announce the Special Issue “Promoting Sustainability in Higher Education” of the Sustainability Journal (Impact Factor 2017: 2.075). Participants of HEAd’19 who send papers to this special issue will receive a 20% discount in case their papers result accepted.
For more information, check the website of the special issue by clicking here.
We think this is a really good opportunity for HEAd’19 participants. Do not hesitate to send your papers!
We are glad to share the pictures of HEAd’18! They are available in the following link: HEAd’18 Pictures