Track 14. Educational Innovation

The innovation is a factor of change, evolution and progress in all sectors. The constant transformations of the knowledge society require tools so that society itself can evolve in a planned and controlled manner. In our sector, the educational innovation manages the generation of new training scenarios and new methodological models and the inclusion of new technologies. Although innovation involves a progressive process, certain factors such as the impact of new technologies (Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Learning Analytics, Robotics, Virtual Reality, etc.) can produce drastic and rapid changes in our educational model. We realize that what usually has a gradual transition is now a pressing need to be implemented as quickly as possible, and educational innovation plays a pivotal role in this regard. Moreover, every day more teachers innovate or would like to do it and every day new technologies, as well as new trends and new processes appear to be used in education. This track “Educational innovation” intends to be a meeting point between the latest advances in innovation and the most consolidated innovations, applied to training. The exchange of knowledge, innovation and experience is a key factor to optimize education, as well as to make the path easier for all those who are starting to innovate.


  • Active and collaborative methodologies
  • Adaptive learning with technologies
  • Digital competences
  • Digital transformation
  • Educational innovation through technologies
  • Educational innovation management
  • Educational tools
  • Educational trends
  • Impact of new technologies on learning
  • Knowledge management systems in education
  • New methodologies and technologies for face to face, distance and blended learning
  • Open learning
  • Training in generic competences

Track Scientific Committee

Alicia García Holgado, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain
Alberto Real Fernández, DCCIA – Grupo de investigación Smart Learning, Spain
Álvaro Luis Rojas Zamorano, Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana, Chile
Carlos Villagrá-Arnedo,   University of Alicante, Spain
Carol Rivero Panaqué, Universidad Católica Pontificia de Peru, Peru
Daniel Amo, La Salle, Spain
David Fonseca Escudero, La Salle,Spain
Edith Soria Valencia, Universidad Católica Pontificia de Peru, Peru
Faraón Llorens, Universidad de Alicante, Spain
Francisco José Gallego Durán, Universidad de Alicante, Spain
Francisco José García Peñalvo, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain
Jorge Joo Nagata, Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación, Chile
José Luis Martín Núñez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Josep Petchamé, La Salle,Spain
Laura García Ruesgas, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Margarida Lucas, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
María Amparo Verdú Vázquez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
María Sánchez Canales, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
María Soledad Ramírez Montoya, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico
Miguel Ángel Conde, Universidad de León, Spain
Miguel Hernández, Universidad Católica de Valencia, Spain
Patricia Compañ,  University of Alicante, Spain
Ricardo Castedo, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Rosana Satorre, Universidad de Alicante, Spain
Susana Sastre Merino, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Vicente Martínez, Universitat Jaume I de Castellón, Spain


Mª Luisa Sein-Echaluce
President of Scientific Committee of CINAIC (, University of Zaragoza, Spain

Ángel Fidalgo-Blanco
President of Organization Committee of CINAIC (
LITI (Laboratory of Innovation in Information Technologies), Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Spain

Ana María Balbin Bastidas
Education Faculty, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Lima, Peru

David Fonseca Escudero
GRETEL (La Salle)
Ramon Llull University, Barcelona, Spain