Meritorious Service Award

This prize is awarded for outstanding contributions to the administrative and management efforts for the conference.

  • Prize: Plaque and Certificate
  • Funding: Funded by the IEEE Education Society
  • Eligibility: Must be a member of the IEEE and preferably a member of the IEEE Education Society
  • Basis for Judging: Dedication, effort and contributions to the conference as judged by the conference Steering Committee members
  • Presentation: Opening Ceremony of the annual conference

Meritorious Service Award

2022 recipients are

  • Rocael Hernandez Rizzardini
  • Hector Amado-Salvatierra
  • Justin Reich
  • Russ Meier
for outstanding contributions to the IEEE LWMMOCS conference.

Best Paper Awards

Best Paper Awards from the technical program are given to both students (Best Student Paper) and non-student presenters (Best Paper):

  • Prize: Certificate
  • Eligibility: Authors of presented submissions in the technical program
  • Basis for Judging: Review results and session chair evaluation of the quality, originality, and attractiveness of the conference presentation
  • Presentation: Closing Ceremony of the annual conference.

Best Paper

Researchers’ Perception of MOOCs: An Indian Case Study
Urvashi Kaushal, Toran Talwar (Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, India)

Evaluating the impact of transparency on peer review quality in MOOCs
Meghan Perdue, Jessica Sandland (MIT, United States of America)

Best Student Paper

The Need for E-Learning Standards for Online Laboratory Management Systems
Andrea Eugenia Pena-Molina1, Maria M. Larrondo-Petrie1, Luis Felipe Zapata-Molina2 (1Florida Atlantic University, United States of America, 2 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, United States of America)

The impact of online proctoring on students’ perception and level of satisfaction in a MOOC
Mónica De La Roca1,2, Miguel Morale1, Antonio Garcia-Cabot2 (1Universidad Galileo, Guatemala, 2Universidad de Alcala, Spain)

Assessment of a group of 3 NOOCs on Nuclear Safety Culture
Mercedes Alonso-Ramos, José Javier Hueso Romero, Ángeles Sánchez-Elvira, Clara María Pérez Molina, Sergio Martín, Elio San Cristóbal Ruiz, Félix García Loro, Tiberio Feliz Murias, Manuel Castro (UNED, Spain)

Best Lightning Speaker Award

The Best Lightning Speaker Award is awarded for outstanding presentation by one of the invited Lightning Speakers.

  • Prize: Certificate.
  • Eligibility: Invited Lightning Speakers
  • Basis for Judging: Voting by the conference participants evaluating the quality, originality, and attractiveness of the conference presentation
  • Presentation: Closing Ceremony of the annual conference

Best Lightning Speaker

Using Neuroscientific Insights Drawn from Movie- Making to Improve Online Teaching and Help Students Make Motivational Shifts in Their Identity
Barbara Oakley (Oakland University, United States of America)

Analyzing millions of reviews to overcome the paradox of choice in online courses and the Conscious Course Consumption movement (CCC)
Mario Calderon (SkillMapper)

Bringing Security and Trustability to Online and Remote Laboratories
Johann M. Marquez-Barja (University of Antwerp, in collaboration with imec, Belgium)