21 May 2021

Opening 10:00

Session 1: Telemedicine and virtual reality (chaired by Katarzyna Kaczmar)10.10 – 11.20
Robert Geisler, Prof., Marta Geisler, MA.; The University of Opole, Poland
Knowledge for Educational Projects in Cardiovascular Disease. Big Data Analysis
10.10 – 10.25
Łukasz Czekaj, PhD; Jakub Domaszewicz, MA; Andrzej Jarynowski, C. Sc.; Robert Kitłowski, MA; AIDMED, Poland Telemedicine multi-centre study of COVID-19 patients using artificial intelligence to analyse data from wearables10.30 – 10.45
Anna Sterna, MA; Ward for Personality Disorder’s and Neurosis’s Treatment, Poland
From online psychotherapy to autonomous psychotherapy. Advantages and drawbacks of this direction
10.50 – 11.05
Posters discussion
Agnieszka Lintowska, PhD, Mariola Seń, PhD; Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
New technologies in undertaking and monitoring physical activity of children and adults

Barbara Grabowska, PhD, Mariola Seń, PhD, Iwona Klisowska, PhD; Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
E-prescription in Poland – a preliminary report

Maja Lidia Piotrowska, Adam Tomasz Pliszka; Jagiellonian University, Poland
Discourse analysis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder on the Internet

Mariola Seń, PhD, Iwona Klisowska, PhD, Barbara Grabowska, PhD, Agnieszka Lintowska, PhD; Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
New technologies in the nutritional education of children and adults

Magdalena Kazimierska-Zając, PhD, Luba Jakubowska, PhD; Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
Virtual reality (VR) in treatment and therapy of women

Roksana Kwietniewska, Iwona Zborowska, MSM, Anna Dąbek, MSN; Wrocław Medical University, Poland
E-prescription- impediment or facilitation?

Andrzej Jarynowski, C. Sc; Interdisciplinary Research Institute in Glogow, Poland; Ireneusz Skawina, PhD; University of Social Science, Świdnica, Poland
Hospital infection electronic surveillance

Żaneta Kwasiborska, Marzena Krysa, PhD; Wrocław Medical University, Poland
11.10 – 11.20
Coffee break 1..…………………………………………………….11.20 – 11.40
Session 2: Session on e-learning (chaired by Kamila Wylęgły)11.40 – 13.45
Vahid Norouzi Larsari, MA, Flora Keysan, Radka Wildova; Charles University, Czech Republic
A Comparative Study of the Effect of Learning and Retention of Primary Students in English Lessons through Social Network and Face-to-face Training Approach during the Prevalence of COVID-19
Anna Chmiel, MA; University of Wroclaw, Poland Methodology of history of education classes conducted via the Internet12.00 – 12.15
Michał B. Paradowski, PhD, DLitt (Habil.), Magdalena Jelińska MA; Andrzej Jarynowski, C. Sc; University of Warsaw, Poland
Shifting educators and learners into remote instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic
12.20 – 12.35
Paolo Di Sia, A/Prof.; University of Padova, Italy
On distance learning in Italy during the C-19 emergency
12.40 – 12.55
Karolina Czopek, MA, Michał B. Paradowski, PhD, DLitt (Habil.), Andrzej Jarynowski, C. Sc; University of Warsaw, Poland
Peer interaction loses its impact on second language acquisition in online classes in comparison to face-to-face courses
13.00 – 13.15
Ivana Ivanic, A/Prof., Laura Spariosu, Prof., Daniel Sorin Vintila, A/Prof.; University of Novi Sad, Serbia
E-methodology and Language Learning: Case Study of Romanian Language in Serbia during the COVID-19 pandemic
13.20 – 13.35
Posters discussion
Iwona Klisowska, PhD ,Mariola Seń, PhD, Barbara Grabowska, PhD; Wrocław Medical University, Poland
Advantages and disadvantages of e-learning

Katarzyna Kaczmar, Wroclaw University, Poland
Was e-scouting real? How did selected social groups work during the pandemic?
13.40 – 13.45
Lunch break..……………………………………………………………….13.45 – 14.15
Session 3: On infectious disease risk perception in the Internet (chaired by Andrzej Jarynowski)
supported by Polish-German Science Foundation
14.15 – 15.40
Andrzej Jarynowski, C. Sc; Interdisciplinary Research Institute in Glogow, Poland
ASF and HPAI vs COVID-19 in Polish Internet – perception of infectious diseases
14.15 – 14.25
Alexander Semenov, PhD; University of Florida, USA and St. Petersburg State University, Russia; Andrzej Jarynowski, C. Sc; Interdisciplinary Research Institute in Glogow, Poland; Mikołaj Kamiński; Individual Medical Practice Bogdanowo, Poland; Vitaly Belik, Prof.; Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Participatory epidemiology in time of COVID-19 on the example of Sputnik V mild adverse events in Russian Telegram
14.30 – 14.45
Kamila Wyległy, MA; University of Wrocław, Poland
The usage of an online survey in the study of risky behaviours
14.50 – 15.05
Katarzyna Kuźmicz, MA; Andrzej Buda, MSc,  Interdisciplinary Research in Głogów, Poland How to plug out of the networks in jeopardy of ASF, Covid-19, social media or markets toxicity15.10 – 15.25
Posters discussion
Monika Wójta-Kempa, PhD; Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
Social Interest of Covid-19 on Polish Internet

Daniel Płatek, PhD; Lund University, Poland
Communities during Protest Movements (farmers, woman and coronasceptic) on the Polish Tweetosphere: epidemiological harm reduction perspective
15.30 – 15.40
Coffee break 2..……………………………….15.40 – 16.00
Session 4: General track on Internet research and its application to the society (chaired by Martyna Madej)16.00 – 17:55
Paweł Łupkowski, Prof., Barbara Adamska; Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Gathering linguistic data via games – the QRGS case study
16.00 – 16.15
Bianca Orrico Serrão, PhD, Manuel Jacinto Sarmento, A/Prof.; University of Minho, Portugal; Juliana Prates Santana, Prof. Federal University of Bahia, Brasil;
The voices and actions of child activists against the climate crisis through social medias
16.20 – 16.35
Dawid Gralik, MA; Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Presentation of military history in social media on the example of YouTube
16.40 – 16.55
Elena Tsankova, PhD, Ergyul Tair, PhD; Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
Studying the Meta-Accuracy of First Impressions in the Pandemic- and- Post-Pandemic Reality: Challenges and Opportunities Presented by Internet Research
17.00 – 17.15
Kinga Frączkowska, MA; Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Poland
Internet methodology – difficulties and opportunities offered by the Internet in conducting research. Analysis of the phenomenon in the light of the literature on the subject
17.20 – 17.35
Dawid Ratajczyk, MA, Paweł Łupkowski, Prof.; Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Internet resources in the attitudes towards robots studies. Non-laboratory insights into humans emotions and opinions concerning robots
17.40 – 17.55
Posters discussion
Sajad Hussain Kawa, PhD, Gunjan Rajput; Glocal University Saharanpore Up, India
Research methodology and new techniques in IT

Satpal Gujjar, PhD, Sunil; OSGU, India
Rural development
 18.00 – 18.05
The end of the conference………………………………………………………………18.05