Specialist in the field of technology-enhanced learning, I hold a PhD in educational sciences.
I am a collaborator of the Learning and Teaching Technology Unit (TECFA) within the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Geneva.
I am currently the coordinator of the Center for consulting in eLearning and Educational Technologies (CeLEN) .
My research interests, as well as my doctoral thesis focused on the use of Technology-Enhanced Learning for Vocational Education and Training, and in particular in professional learning settings.
Additionally, I have conducted a thourough analysis on the topic of MOOCs and their use in the academic context.
I am the coordinator of the Center for Consulting in eLearning and Educational Technologies (CeLEN) , within TECFA lab, offers various services in the field of Technology-Enanced learning. It is part of the Pôle cite-FPSE de l’Université de Genève.
CeLEN offers, among other services, training à la carte in its field of expertise, as well as field interventions to design and implement pedagogical scenarios adapted to specific needs. Additionally, CeLEN can contribute to the evaluation of existing scenarios and proposes research activities on demand.
I am currently engaged in a project aiming at analysing the use of technology-enhanced learning platforms and tools in the context of the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Geneva. Both students and faculty members participate in a survey to assess their current use and needs associated to educational technologies.
Dual-T research project, funded by the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation, aimed at providing computer support to help apprentices in Swiss vocational education to articulate what they learn at school with their workplace experiences. The TECFA team developed a computer-based learning design fostering collaborative writing and sharing about practical experience, and implemented it in the context of the school for social and health care assitants in Geneva.
Project partners : Pierre Dillenbourg (coordinator), EPFL; Jean-Luc Gurtner, University of Fribourg; Alberto Cattaneo, SFIVET; Mireille Bétrancourt, University of Geneva.
Coordinator of CeLEN, the center for Consulting in eLearning and Educational Technologies (CeLEN), within TECFA lab, which offers various services in the field of Technology-Enanced learning. It is part of the Pôle cite-FPSE de l’Université de Genève.
Support in the whole cycle associated to the development and implementation of e-learning modules, from training needs analysis to evaluation of the modules. Collaboration in the development of e-learning content from storyboard, using different authoring tools (Articulate Storyline - Adobe Captivate)
PhD candidate and collaborator of Dual-T project: Technologies for Vocation Education, research programme funded by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation. The project required the creation and implementation of pedagogical scenarios aiming at the professional development of initial vocational education learners, as well as the presentation of the research in international articles and conferences. Post-doctoral researcher on the use of MOOCs in the academic context. Teaching assistant in the Master of Science in Learning and Teaching Technologies (M Sc MALTT).
eLearning focal point within the institute. Research on e-learning and blended learning concepts and tools and preparation of training sessions for UNITAR staff on the use of these tools in their training activities. Research on Quality Standards frameworks, participation in exercises to obtain certifications for sample UNITAR courses.