EARLI 2015


International Scientific Committee


Maria Solomou (Conference co-chair)
Ph.D. in Learning Sciences and Instructional Systems Technologies
Areas of research: Emerging technologies, literacy, learning, and participation, video games
Indiana University, Bloomington, USA





Yiannis Georgiou (Conference co-chair)
Ph.D. candidate
Areas of research: Learning Sciences–Inquiry-based teaching and learning in technology enhanced learning environments
Department of Communication and Internet Studies
Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus




Marcia Håkansson Lindqvist
Ph.D. student
Areas of research: Teaching and learning with digital technologies, 1:1, and TEL
Department of Education
Umeå University, Sweden






Kerstin Helker
Lecturer and Ph.D. student
Areas of research: Motivation and emotion for teaching and learning in formal education
Institute for Education
RWTH Aachen University, Germany





Teresa Limpo
Ph.D. student
Areas of research: Cognitive writing processes, writing development, strategy instruction
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
University of Porto, Portugal








Stefania Savva
Ph.D. candidate
Areas of research: Virtual museums, technology enhanced learning, multimodal meaning making, multiliteracies, 21st century learning
School of Museum Studies
University of Leicester, United Kingdom





Stephan E. Vogel
Post-doctoral Research Fellow  
Areas of research: Neuroscience and Education, development of numerical and mathematical competencies, Dyscalculia
Department of Neuroscience and Education
University of Graz, Austria






Antonia Zachariou

PhD candidate

Areas of research: Self-regulation, Metacognition, Play, Musical play, Learning through play.

Faculty of Education

University of Cambridge, UK



  Thomas Daniels                                                      
  EARLI Project Manager