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 registration fee cannot be reimbursed):

IEEE TCLT Student Travel Award for Underrepresented Group Students

  • Elyda Freitas, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil
    Towards a Maturity Model for Learning Analytics Adoption An Overview of its Levels and Areas
  • Priya Lotlikar, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
    Tangible Flowchart Blocks for Fostering Logical Thinking in Visually Impaired Learners
  • Jing Nie, East China Normal University, China
    Investigating the effect of immersive virtual reality and planning on simulation learning outcomes:A media and method experiment
  • Xiaoling Peng, East China Normal University, China, China
    Modeling STEM Learning Design Competence Through Discourse Analysis
  • Crystiam Kelle Pereira e Silva, Federal university of the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    “A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing”: A method to minimize knowledge compartmentalization and oversimplification
  • Archana Rane, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
    GeoMaps: An interactive application to enhance map comprehension skills of students
  • Merilin Säde, University of Tartu, Estonia
    Using a Programming MOOC as an Admission Mechanism for CS
  • Liliana Quyen Tang, Athabasca University, Canada
    Analytics-oriented Preventive Care for Communicable Diseases

IEEE TCLT Student Travel Award

  • Sajjad Ansari, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
    Improving the readability of dyslexic learners with mobile game-based sight-word training
  • Gabriel Badea, University of Craiova, România
    Using Peer Assessment in conjunction with Project-Based Learning: A Comparative Study
  • Marc Beardsley, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
    The challenge of gathering self-reported moods: Cases using a classroom orchestration tool
  • Rogério Ferreira da Silva, University of São Paulo, Brazil
    Assessing Virtual Communities of Practice in Informal Learning Environments
  • Jiayin Lin, University of Wollongong, Australia
    Hybrid Translation and Language Model for Micro Learning Material Recommendation
  • Ahmed Hosny Saleh Metwally, Northeast Normal University, China
    Micro Design Approach for Gamifying Students’ Assignments
  • Rafael Pinto, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
    Assessing the Impact of Public Health Campaigns Through Epidemiological, Communication and Education Indicators
  • Siddharth Srivastava, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
    Improving Learning by Imitation in Online Courses using Memorization, Learning by Doing and Lecture Architecture for Naive Programmer
  • Zhenxing Zhou, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    A Sophisticated Platform for Learning Analytics with Wearable Devices

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

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 2020, you may no longer be eligible to receive the award.

Student travel award (i.e., the SINGLE author registration 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.