Antonio Cartelli

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Antonio Cartelli was born in Cassino (Italy) on January 23rd, 1954. He graduated in Mathematics at “La Sapienza” University in Rome on October 13th, 1976, with the best marks and honors. On March 22nd, 1985, he obtained in the same University, the after-degree Special School Diploma in Physics (two-years course with a final thesis), with the best marks (50/50).
He is actually researcher in Didactics and special pedagogy (Italian scientific sector M-PED/03), as a winner with the best marks (100/100) of the national competition for that position, and in 2010 has won the national competition for associate professorship in Experimental pedagogy (Italian scientific sector M-PED/04). He is actually engaged with the Department of Humanistic Sciences of the University of Cassino. Since Sep 2nd, 2002 he is employed in the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Cassino.
Before his actual position he has been teacher (from Oct 1976 to Sep 1st, 2002) in Italian schools of different levels, where he taught Mathematics and Physics (Liceo), Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Natural Sciences (Junior High School), Informatics (Technical High School). All qualifications to teaching were obtained after winning the corresponding national competitions by the Italian Ministry of Education.
As a professional he has been a computing consultant for firms and business offices and a teacher in adult vocational schools and university courses (both for presence and distance courses). His last experience as a professional has been the creation of an ISP (Internet Service Provider), where he has been system administrator and web master. In the same period he also collaborated with scholars and researchers in different universities in the completion of many researches.
In his actual position he got lectures on “Basic Computer Science” courses (4 - 5 ECTS) and “Teaching and Learning Technologies” course (6 ECTS), in the triennial educational courses. He also taught “Advanced Computer Science courses” (4 ECTS), "Special Teaching Technologies" and "Learning Technologies and Laboratory" in the next two years graduating courses (1 ECTS = 7 lecture hours = 25 hours of student work).
He also had lectures in after graduation special courses and master courses on the following topics:
- “Evaluation and assessment strategies and techniques at school” (5 ECTS) in the Master course for Guidance counselors in academic year 2002-2003
- “Pedagogy of distance education” (3 ECTS) in the Technical High Education Course for “Experts in Planning of Distance education teaching” in a. y. 2004-2005
- “ICT for Teaching” (3 ECTS) in the Master course for “Technicians of the social policies for local area development in the evolution age” in a. y. 2004-2005
- “Teaching-learning evaluation and assessment “ (5 ECTS) in the after degree special course titled “The teacher in the new regulated school” in a. y. 2004-2005
- “Management Information Systems and teaching planning” (5 ECTS) in the Master course for “Teachers and tutors in the new regulated school” in a. y. 2005-2006
- “The technological-communicative dimension in teaching” (5 ECTS) in the 2nd level Master course for “Teachers and tutors in the new regulated school” in aa. yy. 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007/08
- “ICT for the management of demo-anthropological goods” (3 ECTS) in the 2nd level Master course for “Touristic-environmental workers for the management of demo-anthropological goods” in a. y. 2006-2007
- “Multiple Intelligences and New Technologies” (3 ECTS) in the 1st level Master course titled “Methods and techniques of creativity” in a. y. 2007-2008
- “Teaching styles” (9 ECTS) in the project funded by the EU “Updating vocational teachers in the FR county” in a.y. 2007-2008.
- “Managing digital identity in e-learning platforms” (2 ECTS) in the project funded by the EU “Hermes” in the FR county in a. y. 2007-2008.
- “ICT and teaching innovation: from LO to the implementation of practices” (5 ECTS) in the 1st level master course in “Digital Mediation” in a. y. 2009-2010.
According to the LLP Erasmus exchange mobility program in the 2008-2012 period he got:
- lectures for 5 hours “From Digital Divide to the Assessment of Digital Competence: instruments, strategies and frameworks”in the school for doctoral studies of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at the University of Vilnius (Lithuania), in the a. y. 2009-2010 (May 2009).
- lectures for 15 hours “Teaching-Learning Strategies for the Knowledge Society” in the “1st International Week – Internet Communication Management” at the University of Economics in Katowice (Poland), in the a. y. 2010-2011 (February 2011).
He has been member of the PhD course council in “Anthropological sciences – Migratory processes and human rights” (starting in a. y. 2005-06) and of the PhD course council in “Educational and Anthropological sciences” (starting in a. y. 2006-07). He is actually member of the teaching committee of the PhD course in “Philosophical, Social Studies and Art Psychology" (XXVI PhD cycle) and of the “Fund for youth support” (XXVII cycle).
He coordinated and/or directed the following after graduation special courses and master courses:
- in a. y. 2004-2005 the special course (20 ECTS) "Il docente nella scuola riformata (The teacher in the new regulated school)" for teachers (and people liking to become teachers),
- in a. y. 2005-2006 the 2° level master course (60 ECTS) "Docente e tutor nella scuola riformata (Teacher and Tutor in the new regulated school)" for teachers (and people liking to become teachers),
- in a.y. 2009-2010 the 1° level master course (60 ECTS) “Mediazione Digitale (Digital Mediation)”, where he has been web manager, content manager and coordinator of e-tutor activities.
He made researches in e-learning, socio-technologies and ICT use in education at the following levels:
a) local (i.e. at Department and Faculty level), by means of yearly funded projects (accepted and granted by University – Department or funded by the agreements with external parties), the most recent among which are:
- “Open Education” (2007 - ), involving schools in the neighborhood of the University on MIS (management information systems) use for teaching transparency and for more efficient school-family communication - interaction,
- “Open Learning” (2007 - ), improving computing teaching in the Faculty of Humanities and helping students in obtaining one of the currently available certifications (ECDL or IC3),
- “MeDigEco” (2011 - ), devoted to the planning and carrying out of experiences of pervasive and embedded computing and to the digitization of reality;
b) national research projects (accepted and granted for a biennial period by the Italian Ministry of University and Research):
- as associate member of the local unit of Salerno in the national biennial project starting in 2003 and coordinated by professor N. Paparella in the University of Lecce (Italy). The national project was titled “E-learning in university education. Didactical models and pedagogical criteria”,
- as coordinator of the local unit of Cassino in the national biennial research project starting in 2006 and titled “Internet and School: concerns with accessibility, equal policy and information management”. The project was coordinated by professor A. Calvani in the university of Florence (Italy).
c) European research projects:
- as coordinator of the local unit of Cassino in the biennial European research project starting in 2006 and titled “PBP-VC: Promoting best practices in virtual campuses”, coordinated by the University of Paisley (now University of Western Scotland) - (UK). The project was approved and granted by the EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency).
Further engagements he has been involved in are:
- from 2005 to 2010 he has been the Director of the “Laboratory for Teaching and Learning Technologies” in the Department of Human and Social Sciences,
- today he is Director of the “Laboratory for Knowledge Management and Education Technology” in the Department of Humanistic Sciences
- since 2003 he is Coordinator of the Faculty Centre for I.C.T. and online learning to support ICT introduction in university teaching.
He is editor-in-chief of the quarterly magazine "International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence", by IGI-Global, Hershey (PA).
He is member of the scientific-editorial committee of the Book Series: Advances in Web-Based Learning (AWBL), by IGI Global, Hershey (PA) - USA, directed by Nikos Karacapilidis, University of Patras, Greece.
He is associated editor or member of the editorial board of reviewers in the following international scientific journals:
• IJICTE (International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education) by IGI Global, Hershey (PA), USA,
• IJTE (International Journal of Technology in Education) by the Informing Science Institute, Santa Rosa (CA), USA.
• IJWLTT (International Journal of Web-based Learning and Teaching Technologies) by IGI Global, Hershey (PA), USA.
At last he is member of the editorial board of reviewers in the following international yearly conferences:
- InSITE (Informing Science and Information Technology Education)
- ECEL (European Conference on E-Learning)
- EDEN (European Distance Education Network)
In 2006 he took part in two national competitions for full time professor in the scientific sector M-PED/03 and obtained positive assessments for those positions.
In 2008 he qualified for the position of associated professor of “Applied ICT” in the “Centre for Applied Information and Communication Technology (CAICT)” of the Copenhagen Business School.
In the same year he was positively evaluated in the international contest for the position of full time professor in “Informatics and social changes” at the University of Erlangen (Germany).
In June 2010 he qualified for the position of associated professor in the scientific sector M-PED/04 (experimental pedagogy) in his university.
During last years he has been chairman in many conferences (in June 2010 he chaired the InSITE conference in Cassino) and has been invited speaker in the following events:
1. invited speaker on the topic Digital competence assessment: frameworks for instruments and processes to be used by students and teachers in the session co-chaired with K. Maillet in the International Conference E-start on Digital Literacy, held on November 17-18, 2008, in the Brunel University, West London, UK,
2. invited speaker on the topic Digital Competence Assessment and Technological Enhanced Learning in the seminar “E-Learning for the School and the University, held on May 20-21, 2008 in the National Research Council, Rome, Italy,
3. invited talk speaker on the following topic I.C.T. and research, elements that enable multidisciplinary and international educational models, in the seminar "Information and Communication Technologies for Citizens", held on November 22-23, 2007 in the Faculty of Social Sciences, Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain,
4. key note/invited talk speaker and session chair at the IICT-2007 International conference, held on July 26-28 2007 in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India.



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