L'Aquila (Italy) - Hybrid

13th-15th July, 2022

12th International Conference on Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning

L'Aquila (Italy) | 13th-15th July, 2022 | www.mis4tel-conference.net

Education is the cornerstone of any society and it serves as one of the foundations for many of its social values and characteristics. State-of-the-art and novel methodologies and technologies allow researchers, designers, and domain experts to pursue Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) solutions targeting not only cognitive processes but also motivational, personality, or emotional factors. Nowadays, we can identify two main legs, providing necessary and complementary strengths to a TEL-oriented design process: appropriate technologies should be applied, and appropriate methods should guide the design of such application. Technologies in TEL are capable of delivering smart, personalized, tailored, and motivating learning solutions. Methods are coming from different fields, such as education, psychology, medicine, computer science, and from diverse communities, where collaboration and co-working are used, such as maker communities and participatory design communities. In addition, Learning Analytics can help manage available (big) data and augment learning opportunities for learners and educators alike, for instance by supporting self-regulated learning or adaptation of the learning material.

As to these topics, the annual appointment of MIS4TEL established itself as a consolidated fertile forum where scholars and professionals from the international community, with a broad range of expertise in the TEL field, share results and compare experiences. The 12th edition of the conference calls for novel research in TEL and expands the topics of the previous editions, highlighting the role of the most recent methods and technological opportunities. As in the tradition of MIS4TEL, this edition aims at offering the different perspectives, and complementary voices, coming from the multidisciplinary field of TEL.

MIS4TEL 2022 will be held in L'Aquila (Italy) on 13th-15th July, 2022, in parallel with the PAAMS'22 International Conference.

The proceedings of the previous edition are available:



Special Issues

The Scientific Committee of the co-located conferences in collaboration with the guest editors will select the best papers from those presented in the conferences to be considered for publication in the following Special Issues:

Special issue in the International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (ISSN: 1989 - 1660, JCR (2020): 3,137 (Q2))

To Be Updated

MIS4TEL'21 awards


"Deep Learning to Monitor Massive Open Online Courses Dynamics" by Marco Botticelli and Fabio Gasparetti and Filippo Sciarrone, and Marco Temperini


"Students’ attitude towards Technology Enhanced Photovoice to support critical reflection" by Marije ten Brink, Bert Bredeweg, and Ben Schouten

2021 Electronics MDPI Best papers

MDPI Electronics

"Comparison of predictive models with balanced classes for the forecast of student dropout in higher education" by Vaneza Flores-Gutierrez, Stella Heras, and Vicente Julián

"Using Machine Learning to Predict the Users Ratings on TripAdvisor Based on their Reviews" by João Carneiro, Jorge Meira, Paulo Novais and Goreti Marreiros

"Wright's Learning Curve or Rather Butterfly and Bandwagon Effects? On Instabilities in Coevolution of Demand and Supply of Technology" by Ben Vermeulen

"Determining Uncertain Spatial Patterns of Concentrations through Shannon?s Information Entropy: Can Neural Networks Explain Cognitive Relatedness and Local Industrial Structures?" by Vittorio Carlei

"Combinatorial Optimization of SuccinateProduction in Escherichia coli" by Vítor Pereira, and Miguel Rocha

2021 Systems MDPI Best Papers


"A Smart Contract Architecture to Enhance the Industrial Symbiosis Process between the Pulp and Paper Companies - a case study" by Ricardo Gonçalves, Inês Ferreira, Radu Godina, Pedro Pinto, and António Pinto

"Students’ attitude towards Technology Enhanced Photovoice to support critical reflection" by Marije ten Brink, Bert Bredeweg, and Ben Schouten