13:00-14:00 Registration + Coffee  
14:00-14:10 Presentation - organising and scientific committee  
14:10-14:35 Presentation - Ocean Training Project Prof. Dr. Ann Vanreusel, Ghent University
  Full presentations  
14:35-14:50 European Ocean Research and Education Alliance Massimo Busuoli, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
14:50-15:05 Blue Schools in Europe: paving the way to collective action Evy Copejans, 
European Marine Science Educators Association
15:05-15:20 Resources for teachers on the "Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate” Dr Simon Klein, Office for Climate Education
15:20-15:35 Once upon a time there was a fish called cod Dr Cláudia Faria, University of Lisbon
  Flash presentations  
15:35-15:40 A new textbook: Oceans and Human Health: Opportunities and Risks (Elsevier Summer 2023) Jake Keast, University of Exeter
15:40-15:45 From Anchoring to Aquaculture: Engaging young women in ocean sciences by teaching traditional maritime skills Skylah Reis, Ghent University
15:45-15:50 Hybrid European program : between digital entrepreneurship and science education for sustainable development Emma Duquenne Delobel, Sorbonne University
15:50-16:20 Coffee break  


16:20-16:45 Keynote Dr Claudia Delgado, UNESCO/IOC
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16:45-17:00 Develop a wider marine community by an international digital university: the case of UN e-SEA Noemie Larrouilh, University of Nantes
17:00-17:15 “INTO THE DEEP” – Online learning and community science involvement for all across deep sea ecosystems Dr. Autun Purser, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
17:15-17:30 E-courses for masters: online fundamental semester for master on climate – related science disciplines Prof. Dr. Damien Cardinal, Sorbonne University
  Flash presentations  
17:30-17:35 Short Online Courses (SOCs) supporting ocean education and training Dr. Cristina Di Camillo, Marche Polytechnic University
17:35-17:40 Digital tools to support the sharing of learning resources in marine sciences Prof. Dr. Lars Stemmann, Sorbonne University
17:40-17:45 e-CaIPSuL: Short videos freely available on fundamental concepts in Ocean and Climate science for undergraduate students Prof. Dr. Damien Cardinal, Sorbonne University
17:45-17:50 Digital immersive experience: catch your lobster and eat it. Ulrich Hoeche, Atlantic Technological University 
17:50-17:55 Streaming science: a new form of ocean science Ainhoa López Rivero, Marche Polytechnic University


9:00-9:25 Keynote  
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9:25-9:40 The BlueBio COFUND: a Coordinated R&D funding scheme to strengthen Europe’s position in the blue bioeconomy. Dr Bernardo Patti, Italian National Research Council 
9:40-9:55 IFSEA: a transdisciplinary graduate school for marine, fisheries and seafood sciences Dr Frida Lasram,  University of the Littoral Opal Coast
9:55-10:10 Blue skills: regional education for dialogue in the Mediterranean region Oriela Halilaj, National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics, Italy
10:10-10:25 Raising awareness on Blue Economy topics through non-formal educational activities: the case studies of FAIRSEA and IMPATTO Dr Giulia Massolino, National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics, Italy
10:25-10:50 Coffee break   
10:50-11:15 Keynote  
Flash presentations  
11:15-11:20 Educating the Irish consumer of the value of under-utilised seafood resources Dr Francesco Noci, Atlantic Technological University
11:20-11:25 Ocean literacy for a more sustainable blue economy: Assessing knowledge, perspectives, behaviour and interests in maritime professionals Evelyn Paredes-Coral, Ghent University


11:25-11:50 Keynote Katja Enberg, University of Bergen
Full presentations  
11:50-12:05 Combining science and art creates unique opportunities in education for sustainable development. Dr Katie O'Dwyer, Atlantic Technological University
12:05-12:20 A toolbox of ocean-related educational activities tells the 10 years story of project M.A.R.E. Stéphanie-Fabienne Lacombe, Marine Protected Area Punta Campanella, Italy
12:20-12:35 Advancing Scientific Dive Training and its Role in Marine Higher Education Edd Stockdale, University of Helsinki
12:35-12:50 Meaningful ocean education: creating educational resources that promote ocean literacy, cross-curricular learning, and collaborative relationships Danielle Crowley, Marine Institute's Explorers Education Programme, Ireland
12:50-13:50 Lunch Break  
  Flash presentations  
13:50-13:55 Floating Classroom Sibéal Regan, Irish Whale and Dolphin Group
13:55-14:00 Opening the door of the ocean to students : the educative inputs of oceanographic campaign Héloïse Caraty, Sorbonne University
14:00-14:05 Developing principles and concepts about seagrasses Chrysa Apostoloumi, Democritus University of Thrace
14:05-14:10 Developing an educational guide about the coastal lagoon ecosystem, its value and protection Theodoros Kevrekidis,  Democritus University of Thrace
14:10-14:15 Floating universities: a high-valuable experience for marine students Baptiste Ozanam, Sorbonne University
14:15-14:20 ‘I can see the sea!’ – Blue Health to improve the wellbeing of communities from a medical student perspective Yohanna Yared, University of Bristol 
14:20-14:25 The french Marine Universities Network: bridging marine higher education in France, Europe and abroad François Lallier, Sorbonne University
14:25-14:30 Cambodia and marine sciences: a sea of opportunities and needs Dr. Francesca Passotti, Ghent University
14:20-14:25 Developing green skills in Nautical Tourism Evelina Idini, German Ocean Foundation
14:35-15:00 Coffee Break  


Pick’n’mix Reusable Learning Objects
Seán Daffy, Atlantic Technological University

Dive in! It’s a Design Dash!
Orla Skehill, Atlantic Technological University

How to make blended teaching super fun and exciting
Ben De Vleeschauwer, KDG University of Applied Sciences and Arts

Ocean Data Management
Marie Robberecht and Charlotte Dhondt, VLIZ

A Dynamic Pan-Disciplinary Framework for Integrating Concepts of Sustainability across the Curricula
Dr. John Barimo, University College Cork

9:00-9:25 Keynote Dr Francesca Santoro, UNESCO
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9:25-9:40 Learning for deep ocean citizenship - design implications for Ocean Literacy programmes  Laura Marie Abels, University of Kiel
9:40-9:55l Ecoe Bleu Outremer Caroline Gernez. IFREMER
9:55-10:10 Addressing Ocean Literacy in a changing blue planet: the CIIMAR’s outreach and educational programme Dr Marta Correia,  Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research, Portugal
10:10-10:25 The Thalassophile Project: Making marine science accessible  Rada Pandeva, Interchange Non-Profit gUG
10:25-10:40 Socio-ecological factors and temporal comparison of Italians' knowledge and perceptions about Marine Protected Areas Gaia Maria Sole Intonti, IOC-UNESCO
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break  
11:10-11:15 BALANCE Sandy beaches and rocky pools: linkage lands to the sea in coastal cities. Agnese Riccardi, Marche Polytechnic University
11:15-11:20 IMBRSea module on Ocean Literacy and Marine Education - student perspectives and main outcomes Lisa Picatto, Ghent University
11:20-11:25 Engaging with the public: the experience of MareDireFare a new science and art festival to promote the Ocean Decade Dr Rita Blanos, National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics, Italy
11:25-11:30 Ocean Literacy and Pro-Environmental Behaviours amongst Blue Space Sport Enthusiasts – A Planetary Health Vision Jake Keast, University of Exeter
11:30-11:35 Whose mangrove is this? A serious game to foster participatory management of the land-sea interface Dr Jean Hugé, Open University of the Netherlands
Fighting marine pollution. Strategies to promote sustainable behavior for microplastics control.
11:45-12:00 Conference closing