Gaëlle Molinari, Assistant Professor

photo portrait de Gaëlle Molinari

Gaëlle Molinari is an Assistant Professor and teaches the psychology of education in the Faculty of Psychology at the Swiss Distance University Institute

She is also Assistant Professor for Educative Technologies  (TECFA) at the University of Geneva.

Key research topics

The research work of Gaëlle Molinari deals with learning – individual and collaborative – mediated by computer (technology-enhanced learning and computer-supported collaborative learning). She is currently interested in the role of emotions in distance learning, as well as factors that influence commitment and perseverance in online training arrangements. She works in conjunction with IT researchers specialised in Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS), and in the processing of affective data (affective computing). 

Key words: 

  • Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS)
  • Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL)
  • Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL)
  • Group Awareness Tools
  • Mutual Modelling 
  • Emotional Awareness 
  • Regulation 
  • Engagement

The research of Gaëlle Molinari has been certified by several publications in peer reviews at international conferences and in journals.

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