Day 1: Thursday, May 3rd

8:00-8:30 am Registration and Breakfast
8:30-9:00 am Introduction
9:00-10:00 am Paper Session I Danny Glick*, Edusoft The Impact of a Large-scale Technology-enhanced English Program on Student Performance in Developing Countries
Danny Glick, Edusoft

Eitan Festinger*, TAU

Anat Cohen, TAU

Di Xu, UCI

Qiujie Li, UCI

Using Learning Analytics to Examine the Strongest Predictors of Persistence and Performance in an Online English Language Course
Christian Fischer*, UCI

Gabriel Orona, UCI

Peter McPartlan, UCI

Renzhe Yu, UCI

Summer Sessions at a Large Public Research University: Evaluating Student Success in Undergraduate Online Courses

11:00 am

Paper Session II Ofra Inbar-Lourie*, TAU Promoting language educators’ assessment literacy in digital environments
Tal Soffer*, TAU

Anat Cohen, TAU

Michael Henderson, Monash

Understanding successful and sustained technology enabled learning across institutional and cultural contexts in higher education
Taffeta Wood*,  UCI Supporting Teachers to Foster Students’ Language and Literacy Development using A2i Technology: What Matters?
11:00-11:30 am Coffee Break
11:30 am -12:30 pm Paper Session III Anat Cohen*, TAU

Orit Ezra, TAU

Contextualised MALL Comparison of L2 Chinese Students in Target and Non-Target Country
Bianca Cung*, UCI

Julio Torres, UCI

Comparing advanced HL-L2 and HL-HL learners’ writing task performance across FTF and SCMC mode
Mark Warschauer*, UCI Visual Syntactic Text Formatting as a Tool to Scaffold Reading and Writing
12:30-2:00 pm Poster and Lunch Break
2:00-3:00 pm Paper Session IV Jennifer Higgs*,  UC Davis Talking to Learn Across Digital and Face-to-Face Contexts: Possibilities and Challenges
Suzanne Manizza Roszak*, UC Riverside Making Discussion Forums Matter: One Approach to Empowered Student-Student Interaction Online
Jenell Krishnan*, UCI

Soobin Yim, UCI

Online Synchronous Collaborative Writing: Results from Middle School and College Contexts
3:00-3:30 pm Coffee Break
3:30-4:50 pm Paper Session V Ying Xu*, UCI

Dongqing Wang, SCNU

Joanna Yau, UCI

Mark Warschauer, UCI

Reading in a Community: How Social Affordances of an eBook Platform Motivate Children to Read
Osman Umarji*,  UCI

Ying Xu, UCI

Renzhe Yu, UCI

Moshe Yang, UCI

Elham Zargar, UCI

Stephanie Day, UCI

Carol Connor, UCI

E-book Affordances: An Intervention for Digitally Scaffolding Young Reader
Jonathan Alexander*, UCI

Rebecca Black, UCI

Vicky Chen, UCI

Representations of autism in online Harry Potter fanfiction
Sorel Reisman, CSU

Barbra Sperling*, CSU

Just Because It’s ‘Open’ Doesn’t Mean It’s Good: Assessing OER Quality
4:50-5:00 pm Wrap-Up







12:30-2:00 pm



Ying Xu*, UCI

Joanna Yau, UCI

Stephanie  Reich, UCI

Tablets for Independent Reading: Exploring Young Children’s Page Navigation and Story Comprehension
Amber Clontz*, UCI Leveraging Agile’s Methods and Rhetoric in Online College Composition Courses
Peter McPartlan*, UCI

Teomara Rutherford, NCSU

Are Our Measures Offline? Critiquing Measures of Motivation in Online Courses
Peter McPartlan*, UCI

Teomara Rutherford, NCSU

Fernando Rodriguez, UCI

Justin Shaffer, UCI

Modality Motivation: Motivational Differences in Online & Face-to-Face Students
Sharin Jacob*, UCI Computational Thinking and Literacy
Jenell Krishnan, UCI

Yenda Prado*, UCI

Penelope Collins, UCI

Mark Warschauer, UCI

From Assistance to Agency: A Study of Digital Scaffolding in the Classroom
Jenell Krishnan*, UCI

Tamara Tate, UCI

Joanna Yau, UCI

Ying Xu, UCI

Yenda Prado, UCI

Penelope Collins, UCI

George Farkas, UCI

Mark Warschauer, UCI

Digital Scaffolding for English Language Arts
Daniel Knight*, UCI Collaborative Writing in a Chemical Engineering Laboratory
Kasim Yildirim*, UCI

Ridvan Ata, MSKU

Muge Adnan, MSKU

Examining Turkish Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Digital Literacy

* Presenter


Day 2: Friday, May 4th

8:30-9:00 am Registration and Breakfast
9:00-10:00 am Workshop I Osman Umarji,


Studying Behaviors and Experiences in Real-Time: Different Types of Big Data
10:00-11:00 am Workshop II Christian Fischer, UCI Applied social network analysis for educational research with the open source software Gephi
11:00-11:30 am Break


Workshop III Elham Zargar,


Examining Children’s Comprehension Monitoring Using Eye-Movement Analysis
12:30-2:00 pm Lunch
2:00-5:00 pm Planning Future Work