IEEE TCLT Student Travel Award for attending ICALT 2021

This year, we received a lot of applications. Due to the limited resources TCLT has, we cannot award every single application. After review and assess all applications, we are pleased to announce the following winners that have been awarded a reimbursement of a SINGLE author registration ONLY (i.e., 2nd paper’s fee cannot be reimbursed):

IEEE TCLT Student Travel Award for Underrepresented Group Students

Mbarek Dhahri, University of Tunis, Tunisia
(142)Teachers’ Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Assessment Tools: A Review

Gayashan Rathnavibushana, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
(228)Mobile cross-platform annotation development for real-time collaborative learning

Ana Raquel Carvalho, University of Aveiro, Portugal
(077)ICT tools’ contributions in a technology-enhanced peer learning program involving EFL learners

Indrayani Nishane, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
(192)Learning about learners: Understanding learner behaviours in software conceptual design TELE

Melissa Mustika, National Central University, Taiwan
(151)Mindmap-Supported Writing Model: The Effect of Mindmap as a Prewriting Activities on Elementary Students’ Writing Performances through Private Social Network Learning Sites

Joao Pedro Uchoa, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Brazil
(092)Fostering Autonomy through Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Negar Shabihi, University of Western Ontario, Canada
(210)Big Data Analytics in Education: A Data-Driven Literature Review

IEEE TCLT Student Travel Award

Christian Delgado-von Eitzen, Universidade de Vigo, Spain
(009)Blockchain for the scalable issuance and verification of private academic information

Ying Que, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R, China
(062)Investigate the Effects of Background Music on Visual Cognitive Tasks Using Multimodal Learning Analytics

Yancy Vance Paredes, Arizona State University, United States of America
(122)Can Students Learn from Grading Erroneous Computer Programs?

Siddharth Srivastava, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
(147)Micro-Prompt: A Strategy for Designing Pedagogically Effective Assignment Free Micro-Lectures for Online Education Systems

Yiming Liu, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
(153)The Mediation Effects of Task Strategies on the Relationship Between Engagement and Cognitive Load in a Smart Instant Feedback System

Rajashri Priyadarshini, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
(090)Carbon Warrior: A game-based environment to understand Carbon Footprint and its effect on sustainable living

Spruha Satavlekar, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
(208)Unravelling Learner Interaction Strategies in TELE for Software Design Diagrams

Chao Wang, The University of Hong Kong, China
(150)Minority college students’ engagement in learning activities and its relationships with learning outcomes

Oscar Karnalim, University of Newcastle, Australia
(008)Relationship between Code Similarity and Course Semester in Programming Assessments

Saxena Anika, The University Of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
(157)Challenges and Factors Influencing Early Childhood Education in Hong Kong during COVID-19: Teachers’ Perspective

Xiaojie Niu, Beijing Normal University, China
(025)The Impact of Productive Failure on Learning Performance and Cognitive Load: Using Hypervideo to Facilitate Online Interactions

Wei-wei Xu, Central China Normal University, China
(018)Exploring the multi-touch simulation of learning performance, mental models and potential behavior clusters in science concepts learning

Cheng-Yu Chung, Arizona State University, U.S.A.
(011)Exploring the Effect of Augmented Reality on Verbal Communication and Code-editing Patterns in a Collaborative Programming Task

Jeremy Tzi-Dong Ng, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., China
(158)Evaluation of a Lightweight Learning Analytics Tool in Moodle and edX: Preliminary Results

Nayan Saxena, University of Toronto, Canada
(053)IRT++: Improving Student Response Prediction With Gaussian Initialisation and Other Modifications

Congratulations! We are looking forward to meeting you all at the conference online this year due to COVID-19.

Please note that students who have been awarded the grant MUST attend the conference online and introduce yourself to TCLT chair, Dr. Maiga Chang, just for check-in purpose. If you failed to check in with the TCLT chair during ICALT 2021, you may no longer be eligible to receive the award and can no longer reimburse your author registration fee after the conference.

Student travel award (i.e., the SINGLE author registration fee without 2nd paper fee) is available in the form of reimbursements that are sent, within TWO WEEKS, ONLY AFTER the completion of the conference and related documentation and receipts are required. According to IEEE policy, awarded student needs to submit directly to the TC finance officer with a completed W8 or W9 IRS Form (It is not really for tax purposes, but having the details on location/address) and the IEEE Student Travel Grant Form with original receipts AFTER the Conference in order to get reimbursed.

You will receive the instruction of the IEEE reimbursement process as well as the IEEE Student Travel Grant Form and the W8/W9 IRS Form later, by email, AFTER the conference from TCLT Chair.