Researcher at Kaunas University of Technology Faculty of Informatics and works as the head of the Technology Department at the Distance Education Centre at the same time.
Egle is PhD student in Economics at Kaunas University of Technology.
Coordinator of iCamp and head of the “Technology & Knowledge” unit at the Centre for Social Innovation, Austria. Barbara is also involved in the PROLEARN Network of Excellence, the leading European research network for professional learning. Her research is focusing on adult education, social networks and online collaboration.
Researcher at Jozef Stefan Institute and lecturer at University of Maribor. His main research interests are privacy and security aspects of technology enhanced learning.
Effie is working on Human Computer Interaction and Computer-supported Collaborative Learning and Work.
Jan has finished his M.A. in Psychology. Currently, he is Ph.D student in cognitive psychology. He is also researching into social psychology, communication and marketing.
Nguyen-Ngoc, Anh Vu
Anh Vu earned his B.Sc. degree in Computer Science from the University of Natural Sciences, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam, in 1997, and his PhD degree in Computer Science from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, in 2006.
His current research interests include Computer Supported Collaborative Work and Learning (CSCW and CSCL), Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Web-based technologies.
Terje is a research associate at Tallinn University and PhD student at Tampere University of Technology. She chairs WP2 for developing and designing a conceptual model of iCamp Space. She holds an MSc in telematics application in education and in geoecology. She has experiences in teaching at secondary school and working as an educational technologist. Her research interests are related to the conceptual design of real-life and pedagogical contexts for learning.
Kai works as the senior researcher in the Educational Technology group of the Science Didactics Department of the University of Tartu where her research is related with complex learning environments and in the Knowledge Environments Research group of the University of Tallin investigating collaborative learning patterns with social software applying activity theory. Kai’s blog about affordance: tihane.worldpress.com
Arsun, Onur Ihsan