The Martin Wolpers 2021 award goes to Ahmed Tlili
Logroño, La Rioja, Spain. 22 November 2021.
Ahmed Tlili has been awarded with the Martin Wolpers 2021 Prize by the Research Institute for Innovation and Technology in Education (UNIR iTED) in recognition of a lifetime of excellence in research, education and significant impact on society.
Prof. Dr. Ahmed Tlili is Co-Director of the OER Lab at the Smart Learning Institute of Beijing Normal University (SLIBNU), China. He has been involved as editor and has participated as author in various publications as journals, books or academic papers. He is the Co-Chair of IEEE special interest group on “Artificial Intelligence and Smart Learning Environments” and APSCE’s Special Interest Group on “Educational Gamification and Game-based Learning (EGG)”.
His research interests include open education, game-based learning, educational psychology and artificial intelligence.
Here you have his speech of gratitude for the award he received: The Martin Wolpers Award 2021 goes to Ahmed Tlili – YouTube
More information about Ahmed Tlili:
Dr. Ahmed Tlili is the Co-Director of the OER Lab at the Smart Learning Institute of Beijing Normal University (SLIBNU), China. He serves as the Editor of Springer Series Future Education and Learning Spaces. He is also Associate Editor of the IEEE Bulletin of the Technical Committee on Learning Technology, and the Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society. Dr. Tlili is also an expert at the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO). He has been awarded the IEEE TCLT Early Career Researcher Award in Learning Technologies for 2020. He has edited several special issues in several journals. He has also published several books, as well as academic papers in international referred journals and conferences. He is serving as a local organizing and program committee member in various international conferences, and as a reviewer in several refereed journals. Dr. Tlili is the Co-Chair of IEEE special interest group on “Artificial Intelligence and Smart Learning Environments” and APSCE’s Special Interest Group on “Educational Gamification and Game-based Learning (EGG)”.
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