Conference Programme 2019

Higher Education Innovations in the Age of Learning: Challenges of

Digitalisation, Skills Development and Networking

Programme of the 15th MELLearN National and International Lifelong Learning Conference

Venue: University of Dunaújváros

(Address: 2401 Dunaújváros, Táncsics Mihály utca 1/A.)

25 April, 2019. – Thursday

09.00 – 09.30 Registration (Coffee)
09.30 – 10.00 Official Welcome (Room S-001)
Welcome words :
László Kadocsa– Rector’s representative/University of Dunaújváros
Balázs Németh – Executive President of MELLearN
Elek Bartha – Welcome words MELLearN President/University of Debrecen
Róbert Gábriel – Vice-rector of the University of Pécs/former President of MELLearN
Csilla Marianna Szabó– Representative of the University of Dunaújváros in MELLearN
10.00 – 12.00 Plenary Session I. (Room S-001)
Keynote speakers:
• Alfredo Soeiro (University of Porto): Assessing skills in digital learning and validation of competences
• Katarina Resch (University of Vienna): Diversity in Higher Education. Promoting diversity-friendly
didactics and inclusive education
• Róbert Gábriel (University of Pécs): Challenges of innovation for Hungarian universities at the
beginning of the 21st century
• Mónika Rajcsányi-Molnár (University of Dunaújváros): MaTech: Organisation of creative competition
in Maths based on the use of Digital tools for secondary school students
Chair: Balázs Németh– Executive President of MELLearN
Q&A
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch-break
13.00 – 14.30 Plenary II. /Round-table on Higher Education and networking (Room S-001)
Participants:
• Gergő Kása (SEWS-CE Kft.)
• Teréz Kele (MÁV Szolgáltató Központ Zrt.)
• Róbert Móger (ISD Dunaferr)
• Tibor Németh (Harman Becker Kft.)
• László Popovics (ISD Dunaferr)
• Ottó Szabados (Ecotech Nonprofit Zrt.)
• István Szabó (HAUNI Hungaria Kft.)
Chair: Éva Sándorné Kriszt (Budapest Business School/ Hungarian Rectors’ Conference)
Q&A
14.30 – 14.50 Break

14.50 – 18.00 Workshop Session I. – in five distinctive topics (A-B-D-E-F)
Workshops:
• A. ) Higher education and digital culture (Room P1-006)
15.00-18.00 Co-Chairs: Zoltán Szűts and György Molnár – BME
The impact of Internet-based communication and media upon the processes of digitalisation
(Chair: Szűts Zoltán)
Éva Szederkényi: The Community Space of Digital Culture: the model of a sensitive methodology
programme
Krisztina F. Tóth: Demands, experiences, needs – Institution-level e-learning support system
László Borbás: Use of new media technologies in different areas of the teaching-learning process
– classroom interactions
Orsolya Bartal: The Antropological Effects of Mobile Phones (in Education)
Zoltán Szűts: Infocommunication Technology + Pedagogue ≠ Good Teacher
The Impact of Digitalisation – Modern HE-based Digital-driven methodological solutions (Chair:
Molnár György)
György Molnár, Beáta Orosz: The impact of digitalisation upon the formation of methodologies
at various levels and sites of education
Edit Csikósné Maczó: Opportunities of Gamification in Higher Education
János Ollé: The impact of time management and interactive learning activities on teaching
efficacy in higher education
Ludik Péter: „Let’s meet in the classroom” – Collaborative problem-solving in 3D-environment
• B.) Innovation in Higher Education (Room F-326)
15.00-18.00 Co-chairs: Gizella Cserné Adermann– PTE and Judit Sass– BCE
Gizella Cserné Adermann, Klára Bajusz: Geronto-education and senior volunteering
Márta B. Erdős: The use of video techniques in Social Work Education
Péter Farkas Zárug: Science Festival – Complex representation of innovation
Zsuzsa Koltai: Experiences and results of the „Corn” Museum Education Pilot Project
Zsuzsa Kovács: Winners of Third Age University: Participants and educators
Viola Tóthné Borbély: University – industry synergy good practice
Anikó Kálmán, Zoltán Szűts, Viola Tóthné Borbély, Emőke Nyéki, György Molnár: The ‘metastable’
level of the development of innovastion
Ferenc Nádasdi, Andrea Keszi-Szeremlei: The introduction of innovation methodology at the
University of Dunaújváros
György Ágoston: The input of higher Education to the development of lifelong learning – the
training of traniers
• D.) Internationalisation in Higher Education (M1-136 terem)
15.00-18.00 Co-chairs: Marianna Szabó Csilla – DUE and István Vilmos Kovács– BCE
István Vilmos Kovács: The Boarderless University
Péter Árvai: Internationalization at the University of Pécs – Strategy and Sustainability
Judit Vadlövő: Internationalization at Semmelweis University. Challenges and opportunities
Ágnes Leyrer: The practical dimension of internationalisation of higher education – or how jobs
change in 21st century higher education
Veronika Major-Kathi: Role of foreign missions/representation and partner networks in the
international promotion of Hungarian higher education

Zoltán Koltai: Do we speak the same language? Foreign language trainings to support the
internationalisation policy of the University of Pécs
Levente Zsolt Juhász: Learning Analytics, and Educational Data Mining in Higher Education
• E.) Higher Education Environment of Provision and Matters of Profession (Room F-303)
15.00-18.00 Co-chairs: Anetta Bacsa-Bán – DUE and Éva Szederkényi– PTE
Katalin Monzéger, Ágnes Kokovay, Levente Kiss: Supporting education at Semmelweis University
– the role and tasks of the Teaching Center
Anetta Bacsa-Bán: The Role of Entrance Exame in Teacher Training
Mária Kraiciné Szokoly: Women in Research
László Balázs, Mónika Rajcsányi-Molnár: The development of extra-curricular business
competence development at the University of Dunaújváros
Marianna Szabó Csilla, Orsolya Bartal: Educational services to support students at higher
education institutions
Bálint Nagy, Mónika Rajcsányi-Molnár, Attila Kővári: MaTech 2018 – Tasks and solutions
Sándor Czifra, József Hende: On-line education at GySEV LtD. in association with the University
of Dunaújváros
• F.) EPALE workshop (Room F-304.)
15.00-18.00 Co-chairs: Anildo Vedovatti– NSzFH/NIVE and Zoltán Loboda– DPMK

Zoltán Loboda: Framework for digital competence: From project development to system-
building

Anildo Vedovatti: Results of the European ‘AL AGENDA Upskilling pathways’ programme
József Kriston-Vízi: CédrusNet – The piloting of knowledge-transfer/use in Kecskemét
Balázs Németh: Erasmus+INTALL Adult Learning Project és LLL Winter School – A model of
innovation in international environment
Annamária Kiss: EPALE platform to serve university students
Attila Károly Molnár: How Prisoners Learn: Andragogical Tools in the Hungarian Penitentiary
Mihály Kocsis: Adult Education in the mirror of profession-theories
Gábor Erdei: Trends influencing Hungarian HEIs activities in adult education and training
19.00 – 20.00 Reception given by the University of Dunaújváros
26 April, 2019. – Friday

08.00 – 09.00 MELLearN General Assembly – Closed event for institutional representatives
only
(F-111 Rectors’ Cabinet meeting room)
09.00 – 11.00 Workshop Session II. – (A-B-D-E)
• A.) Higher Education and Digital Culture (Room F-324)
09.00-11.00 Co-chairs: Krisztina Fodorné Tóth – PTE és István Lükő – PTE
Relations in between Industry 4.0 digital toolkits and roles in higher education based trainings
Dávid Sik: Block-chain technologies in the world of Industry 4.0 and of ‘Internet of Things’
Andor Nagy: What is the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Compliance and why is it important?
István Lükő: Technology, digital technology and education
Zoltán Király: E-learning curriculum based on the needs of Industry
László Kadocsa: Digital transformation in Industry and in Education

• B.) Innovation in Higher Education (Room F-326)
09.00-11.00 Co-chairs: Gizella Cserné Adermann – PTE and Judit Sass – BCE
Krisztina Sitku: Third Mission of DUE: Experiences of entrance exam preparatory programme
Magdolna Daruka, Olga Csillik: Methodological paradigm shift and the constraints of publication
Gábor Budai, Norbert Pásty: Customs of citizens of Dunaújváros in traffic in the mirror of an
empirical research
Éva Bodnár– Judit Sass: Experience of a potential model of research-based promotion of talence
György Molnár: Which way to go in higher education? Partial inputs through teacher training
• D.) Internationalisation in Higher Education (Room M1-136)
09.00-11.00 Co-chairs: Csilla Marianna Szabó– DUE és István Vilmos Kovács– BCE
Katalin Kukorelli: Particular questions arising from the conscious handling of situations of
negotiations
Georgina Kasza: International policies, Bologna-process and national higher education institutions
Csilla Marianna Szabó: Foreign students in Hungarian higher education: education, integration and
support
Iván Zádori, Sándor Némethy, Zsolt Nemeskéri: SUMCULA
• E.) Higher Education Environment of Provision and Matters of Profession (Room F-304)
09.00-11.00 Co-chairs: Anetta Bacsa-Bán– DUE és Éva Szederkényi– PTE
Attila Mészáros: Methodologies of coaching and mentoring in German higher education
Mariann Horváth: Preparation of students in School-teacher training programme for the profession
of teaching
Zsuzsa Kovács, Attila Károly Molnár, Georgina Kasza: Winners of the Third Age University:
Participants and educators
11.00 – 11.15 Coffee-break
11.15 – 12.30 Plenary Session III. (Room S-001)
Előadók:
• Reports from Workshop sessions I-II (C-organisers to report)
Q&A
• László Horváth (Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology at Lóránd Eötvös University/ELTE): Complex
correlation in between innovation and learning within higher education
Horváth László: Introduction to ELTE (to Host 16th MELLearN LLL Conf. in 2020)

Chair: Anikó Kálmán (BME, University of Technology and Ecomics in Budapest)

12.30 – Conference to close
Further information: http://mellearn.hu/konferencia-program-2019/
MELLeaN is editing an e-book collection of Studies based on the papers of this Conference!
MELLearN secretariat– April, 2019. (wifi: konferencia – Password: mellearn – code:
mellearn2019)
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