|Formations||Master en sciences de l'éducation, Université Lyon Lumière 2, DEA en formation à distance, Université de Montréal|
Anne-Dominique Salamin is a full-time UAS professor. In 2015, she created the Enhanced Students Laboratory (Enslab) dedicated to the study of the impact of innovative and disruptive technologies on learning, such as VR/AR and robot-student coupling. She holds an MSc in Educational Sciences from the University of Lyon Lumière II, and a DEA in distance learning from the University of Montreal (Can). Her expertise is based on education, digital natives, multimodal platforms, mobile learning and cognitive processes in learning in distant environments. She teaches communication at the undergraduate level and supervises master theses on data processing and e-learning in general. At national level, she co-leads the Swiss Mooc Special Interest Group. She regularly attends international conferences and won a best paper award in 2014 for her writing on gamification at university level.