Theories of Change in Digital Wellbeing. Evidence based practices across the disciplines
26-28 June 2020, Arad, Romania
About the conference
TCDW 2020 hosted by Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Psychology and Social Sciences is the first International Conference on Theories of Change in Digital Wellbeing, partly financed by Erasmus+ “Hate’s Journey” project coordinated by Asociación, Cultural, Social y Educativa, Segundas Oportunidades. The aim of this conference is to provide an internationally respected forum for scientific research in the broad area of Digital Wellbeing, qualitative and quantitative interventions, intelligent data analysis, computational intelligences, and all associated applications of AIs.
Aims and Topics
This conference is focused on the innovative contribution that psychology, artificial intelligence, and educational sciences can make to the theme of sustainability in digital wellbeing. It focuses on both healthy and safe offline and online environments, and the promotion of wellbeing and quality of individuals’ life in all contexts. The scope is to offer a framework of the current state-of-the-art of theories, qualitative interventions such as counter narratives, and report research on the new topic of digital wellbeing. This conference issue is also intended to expend the current knowledge of emerging evidence-based digital interventions aiming to enhance the individuals overall wellbeing in the era of connectivity. The purpose is to collect and present innovative reflections and results of empirical research on this topic.
Hosting Chair: PhD Ramona LILE
Honorary Chair: Acad. Florin Gheorghe Filip
General Conference Chair: PhD Dana RAD
Conference Chair: Prof. Valentina Emilia Balas
Conference Chair: PhD Alina Costin
Conference Chair: PhD Tiberiu DUGHI
Conference Chair: Daniel DIXON
Conference Chair: Onur TAHMAZ
Conference Chair: Lorenza BACINO