I. BASIC INFORMATION
· Full Name: Sdenka Zobeida SALAS PILCO
· College: School of Educational Information Technology
· Department: Department of Artificial Intelligence Education
· Office: South Lake Complex No. 7051
· Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sdenka Zobeida SALAS PILCO earned her Ph.D. from the University of Hong Kong, in the area of Information and Technology Studies. She obtained her Master in Educational Informatics (magna cum laude) from Alas Peruanas University, Peru. She was also a graduate student researcher in the Graduate School of Informatics at Kyoto University, Japan. She received scholarships to undertake specialized professional development on technologies applied into education in South Korea, on software programming in India, and on social informatics in Japan. She has also worked in the Ministry of Education in Peru as an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Specialist having the responsibility of planning, organizing, and supervising educational institutions, as well as developing and implementing regional policies regarding the use of new technologies. She is focused particularly on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact in society and its implications for various stakeholders, such as: government, enterprises, educational institutions, communities, citizens, parents and students. Thus, her research is characterized for carrying out a system analysis at micro-, meso-, and macro-level.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Research on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Information Technology (IT), Science and Technology Policy and regulations, Learning Science, Learning Analytics, and International Comparative Policy Analysis.
Her most recent publication is “The impact of AI and roboticson physical, social-emotional and intellectual learning outcomes:
An integrated analytical framework”.British Journal of Educational Technology. (2020). doi:10.1111/bjet.12984
1. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. (2009). The XO laptop in the classroom. Puno, Peru: Sagitario Impresores. (English version translated by the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign).
2. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. (2009).La laptop XO en el aula. Puno, Peru: Sagitario Impresores. (Spanish version)
3. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. (2010).L'ordinateur XO dans la classe. (French version translated by OLPC France).
4. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. (2011).الكمبيوتر المحمول إكس أو في الفص (Arabic version translated by Dr. Rashid Ibrahim).
1. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. (in press).Comparison of national artificial intelligence (AI) strategic policies and priorities. In R. Kiggins & T. Keskin (Eds).Artificial intelligence in society and politics. IPE Series. London: Springer-Palgrave.
2. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. & Law, N. (2018).ICT Curriculum Planning and Development: Policy and implementationlessons from Small Developing States. In I. A. Lubin (Ed).ICT-supported innovations in Small Countries and developing regions. Educational communications and technology: Issues and innovations.(Ch.4). Cham,Switzerland: Springer.
Chapter in AECT Culture, Learning &Technology Division -Outstanding Publication Award Winner
Journal Articles(All of them as first author)
1. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. (2020).The impact of AI and roboticson physical, social-emotional and intellectual learning outcomes:An integrated analytical framework.British Journal of Educational Technology. doi:10.1111/bjet.12984
2. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. & Yang, Y. (2020).Learning analyticsinitiatives in Latin America: Implications for educational researchers, practitioners and decision makers.British Journal of Educational Technology, 51(4), 875–891.
3. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. (2014). ICT in Peruvian education: An overview of its development. In N. Cheung, L. Fang & L. Jiang (Eds.),Research Studies in Education(Vol. 12, pp. 92-101). Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong.
4. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. (2013). Evolution of the framework for 21st century competencies. Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal, 5(1), 248-262.
5. Salas-Pilco, S. Z. (2012). Informal learning: A conceptual clarification towards a learning continuum. In Y. Cai, Y. Xiao & M. Yu (Eds.),Research Studies in Education(Vol. 10, pp. 226-238). Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong.
2019Salas-Pilco, S. Z.Comparison of national Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategic policies and priorities.Conference: Artificial Intelligence and International Relations. Shanghai University, Shanghai, CHINA.
2019 Salas-Pilco, S. Z., Law, N. W. Y., Bridges, S. M., Chan, L.K. & Li, L. Design patterns of asynchronous online problem-based learning for professional development. The European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Aachen, GERMANY.
2017 Law, N.W.Y., Li, L., Farias Herrera, L.Y.,Salas-Pilco, S. Z.Bridging Learning Analytics to Learning Design through a Pattern Language Based Learning Design Studio.DesignLAK17 Workshop in the 7th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge (LAK) Conference, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, CANADA
2015 Salas-Pilco, S. Z.Multistakeholders’ coparticipation for improving children’s learning in Peru.International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) 59thWorld Assembly. Naruto University, Tokushima, JAPAN.
2015Salas-Pilco, S. Z.Creativity in the context of the Knowledge Society in the 21st Century, The First Global Creative Industries Conference: From Culture to Business and Viceversa, The University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG
2013Salas-Pilco, S. Z.Andean children voices: A cultural perspective of learning science and the use of new technologies, XV World Council of Comparative Education Societies, University of Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
2013 Salas-Pilco, S. Z.Promoting Andean children's learning of science through cultural and digital tools. 10th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.
2012 Salas-Pilco, S. Z.Creative informal learning environments with new technologies for indigenous communities. CITE Research Symposium (CITERS), The University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG.
2011 Salas-Pilco, S. Z.Learning sessions using the XO laptop. International Seminar: ICT applied into Education, Ministry of Education, Lima, PERU.
2009 Salas-Pilco, S. Z.Creative and interdisciplinary environments using active essays with Squeak-Etoys included in the XO laptop. Squeakfest Brasil 2009. The Digital Thought Foundation, Porto Alegre, BRAZIL.