Proposed Topics (Lingua franca: English)
– The Developing Private-Public Relation of E-Learning
– Teaching Methodologies: structuring online vs. present-in-class courses (informal vs. formal context)
– Breakthroughs and anticipations in the world of learning technologies
– Secondary and higher education: e-learning complements and contrasts
– Training for online e-learning: challenges and potential solutions for teachers & students
– Psychological aspects and physical health for students and teachers in the “safe” but socially distanced, solitary classroom. Do the new distance learning conditions in a time of pandemic foster a society of hermits?
– What’s the relation between online learning & the subject taught? (Social Sciences, Humanities, Hard Science)
– Disciplines/Fields of studies affected most and least
– Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, & Challenges (SWOC) analysis of online learning’s key issues and technologies during and after the current pandemic
– EdTech Start-ups and online learning
– Digital literacy and infrastructure
– Socio-economic levels & resources and e-learning
– Online knowledge dissemination: advantages, disadvantages, distractions and dishonesty
– Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Online Learning: the future of the teaching craft
– Post-pandemic E-Learning: What will be lost? What gained?