The educational gamification research team takes part in a Conference in Prague

They presented a communication and two posters to hundreds of researchers in educational innovation and e-Learning

In October, professor and researcher at the Universidad Europea de Valencia, José Martí Parreño, and the Head of HR at the Universidad Europea de Valencia and the Universidad Europea de Canarias and doctoral candidate in Education, Antonio Sánchez Mena, attended the 15th European Conference on e-Learning held at Charles University in Prague.

During their speech they presented various projects developed by the Universidad Europea de Valencia gamification research group. The projects presented included the communication “The role of perceived relevance and attention in teachersintention to use gamification”, developed with Joaquín Aldás Manzano, a Full Professor of Economics at the Universidad Europea de Valencia. They also presented two posters developed with two colleagues from the Universidad Europea de Valencia: Amparo Galbis Córdoba and José Antonio Álvarez Jareño.

The European Conference on e-Learning is one of the most important conferences held in Europe on educational innovation and e-Learning, and each year it brings together hundreds of researchers from around the world.