e-PLANNING & ICT UBIQUITY: SCENARIOS
25/01/2019, 13h30 - 18h30
To expand participatory dialogues on the theme among
researchers, educators, policymakers and the community at large; to identify
the key research questions and build a research strategy in this domain.
- Invited participants in two panels will present and debate
(1h), followed by 20 minute open discussion. Except for a brief keynote, listed
topics are therefore not structured individual presentations, but the main
topic contribution from each panel member to the conversation.
- A final joint (plenary) session will map & converge
the discussion, identifying raised issues / questions and a follow-up agenda.
- Since the objective is to have a conversation and compile
research issues & priorities, to optimize the time available, we invite
participants to submit (previous to the meeting if possible, otherwise shortly
afterwards) complementing materials, useful to introduce themselves, and their
related work. These materials can be multimedia (videos, slides, text), and
will be posted on-line on the web, or only shared among participants, according
to each contributor specification.
- The session itself will be videorecorded, for research
A first part of the meeting will be in english (roughly up
to 15h), to allow full participation of our “keynoter” and non-portuguese
speaking participants. The remaining part will be conducted in portuguese.
Materials to be posted can be in any language, although it is recommended an
english version, whenever available, in addition to original language, if
Participants must register to have access to the meeting,
either in person (e-Learning Lab, FCT-UNL, Monte da Caparica Campus), or
on-line (through zoom/colibri videoconference link – requires installing
a simple plug-in from zoom, free).
Registration is free, but number of participants is limited
to available seats, and limits to simultaneous remote location links.
Non-registered persons will not have access to neither the room or a remote
To register, send email to email@example.com
& (Zoom) Connection links
- Pedro Ferraz de Abreu - Coord. ePlanning Lab, e-Planning
- Karine Pinheiro de Souza – Chair, Organizing
14h – 15h20
– PANEL Technology & Social Studies: Ubiquitous
(part 1 – in english / part 2 – in
- Prof. Joseph Ferreira, Jr., DUSP, MIT, USA
Planning and Ubiquity
Computing at MIT (Keynote)
- Dr. José Magalhães, Deputado da Assembleia da República
(Member of Parliament)
- Prof. Barbara Neves, Melbourne University, Australia
Ubiquity & Elder Inclusion (recorded due to time-zone difference)
- Profs. José Beirão, João Cabral, Graça Moreira, Fac.
Arquitectura, Univ. Lisboa (1)
Space, Technology & Participation
- Dra. Margarida Campolargo, ePlanning PhD Student at Univ.
e-Planning approach to Smart
- Dra Aurore Bertrand, fmr. Institut Français d'Urbanisme, UNiv. Paris, France ()
& Opportunities of Technology Ubiquity in Urban Space & Practice
- Prof. Pedro Ferraz de Abreu – Univ. de Aveiro,
ePlanning Lab, CITIDEP
for Empowerment vs. Ego bubbles & Superficiality; Citizenship vs. Push (in)to Consumer roles
- Prof. Muriel Oliveira Oliveira, Pro-Reitoria FCA-UNICAMP,
Brasil; ePlanning Lab, CITIDEP
The role of Extension activities
in the Construction of the Collective Knowledge
- Prof. Jose Fidalgo, ISEC; Univ. Católica-CESOP; ePlanning
Implementation and Measure of
Sustainability at the Local & City level
- Dra Tatiane Vietro, e-Planning PhD Student, CTI Renato
Laboratory of Social Technology
- Prof. Rafael Silva – Univ.F. Ceará, Brasil,
ePlanning Lab, Phd Student at Univ. Coimbra.
and ubiquitous cities of the panotypes to social engagements
15h20: BREAK 10MIN
15h30 – 16h50
- PANEL Actions & Educational Projects in Ubiquitous Scenarios
- Dra. Karine Pinheiro de Souza – Secr. Educação
Ceará, Brasil ; e-Planning Postdoc at Univ. de Aveiro
Ubiquitous scenarios and
e-planning new paths paths - social, cultural and educational perspectives
- Prof. Daniela Melaré, Universidade Aberta de Portugal
O CODIRE – formative
experiencies at UAB/Portugal.
- Dra. Amanda Franco, Postdoc at Univ. de Aveiro
Critical thinking and
- Dra. Tania Dias Fonseca, LTEC- Learning and Teaching
Enhancement Centre, Kingston University, UK (1)
& Learning - Evaluation, Learning analytics, Market pressure in Education
- Prof. Arnaud Junior, U.Estadual do Ceará –(UECE),
Formative panorama and
speeches of students specializing in digital technologies.
- Dra. Alexandra Okada, Open University UK
and Innovation in Research – RRI
- Dr. Jef Bittencourt, ePlanning PhD student, Univ. de
e-Planning research issues
-presentation in Pitch form
16h50: BREAK 10MIN
17h00 – 18h30:
Convergence & Mapping
New participatory scenarios for responsibility and
innovation in research.
Moderation – Karine Pinheiro de Souza –ePlanning
Etapa 1 - A lousa digital – Trello
Etapa 2 ( reflexão) – CmapTools
18:30h – Closing Remarks.
The event will be online-centered
This study helps us to clarify the epistemological basis of
the new ubiquitous scenarios, as well as studies on mobility, online presence
and continuous participation, inaugurating a new form of coexistence and
complementarities that is the hallmark of these new learning scenarios, drivers
collaborative and cooperative work.
In each panel (lasts an hour) each participant has an
average of 7 min to give their input / experience; and after each block of
presentation we will have an synthesis.
The whole process of mediation has the objective of
promoting the convergence of knowledge.
While the presentations take place, we will have support
from e-planning researchers who would be sharing categories from each of the
tables to converge knowledge about the challenges of ubiquitous scenarios in
new ways of doing science.
It is essential that each participant is aware of the
limited time available, and do not overextend interventions, since the
challenge of the workshop is to encourage the participation of all and to
enable everyone to listen to each one of the participants, so that they feel
true belonging to the ubiquitous scenario.
We can always refer to complementary materials made
available on-line, and, above all, we can program to continue this conversation
and discussion with follow-up meetings. This is the beginning of a
collaborative process, not the end of one.
Our methodology is based on the principle of dialogism,
interdisciplinary views, complex thinking and problem life cycle.