You can follow on real time the keynote speech of Patrick van der Bogt by clicking here!
You can follow on real time the keynote speech of Dr. Jose Lepervanche Valencia by clicking here!
The final HEAd’18 program with all the regular, poster and keynote sessions, as well with the social program has been released in a single PDF file. We hope you find it useful!
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, 22nd June 2018 at 13:15).
Best Paper nominees
Digitization of Analog Phonic Archives in a University Lab: A Report on a Young Apprenticeship Initiative
Luca Andrea Ludovico, Giorgio Presti
Social class and university graduates’ overqualification: testing two mediated relationships
Vicente Gonzalez-Roma, Ana Hernandez, Juan Pablo Gamboa, Ines Tomas
Transnational student consultancy – an integrated approach to business students’ learning
Veit Wohlgemuth, Tine Lehmann, Christina Saulich
Business French and Translation in the Era of Google Translate: Variations on the Action-based Approach in Language Courses
Snejina Sonina, Sylvia Mittler
Best Student Paper nominees
Factors Driving University Choice: A Principal Component Analysis on Italian Institutions
Mara Soncin, Giovanni Azzone
Relationship between student guidance and academic achievement
Anna Lukkarinen, Paula Koivukangas
Audiovisual content as a learning aid for Business English learners: developing and validating a Matrix
Tiago Carvalho, Pedro Almeida, Ana Balula
We are pleased to announce that the HEAd conference has been indexed in the Thomson-Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index – Web of Science Core Collection (former ISI Proceedings). This index includes papers published by the most relevant conferences, seminars and other professional and scientific meetings worldwide. We have been able to achieve this position thanks to the high quality works of our participants and the hard effort of the organizing and scientific committee. Thanks to all, these are great news!
Pictures of HEAd’17 are available in the following link:
We hope these pictures capture to an extent the exciting atmosphere that we enjoyed on HEAd’17, and which we are working to even embetter on HEAd’18!
Dear HEAd’17 delegates, we are glad to announce that the conference proceedings by UPV Press are already available. Look at: HEAd’17 Conference Proceedings
The final program with all the regular, poster and keynote sessions, including also the social program is available in a single PDF file. Hope it is useful!
Dear delegates, below you can find a summary of the instructions for successfully connecting to UPV Wifi with your smartphones or laptops.
1 – Connect to UPV-INFO network and download certificate of authentication from: https://www.upv.es/id/241
2 – Name the certificate ‘radius upv’ . Select Wi – Fi from Credential use
3 – Add the UPVNET network (Press on + icon, or “Add network”)
4 – Enter UPVNET in the Network SSID. Select “802.1x EAP” under “Security”
5 – Enter your user name and password
6 – Check ‘Show advanced options‘ and set the following options:
> EAP Method: PEAP > Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2
> CA Certificate: radius upv > User/Client Certif. and Anonymous Identity: Blank
7 – Click Save and then, click Connect to complete the set-up
1 – Network name: UPVNET
2 – Security type: WPA2-Enterprise Encryption type: AES
Network authentication method: Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)
3 – Click the Settings button. The Protected EAP Properties screen will open:
> Check Validate server certificate
> Check Connect to these servers and introduce ‘radius.upv.es’
> Check Thawte Premium Server CA and thawte Primary Root CA
4 – Click the Configure button. Uncheck the box beside Automatically use my
Windows Logon name and password.
5 – Click the Advanced settings button. On the 802.1X settings tab check
the box beside Specify authentication mode and select User authentication.
6 – Click the Save credentials button. In the User name and password box
enter your credentials
7 – Your wireless connection is now ready to use