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Category:   E-CFP
Subject:   4th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning
From:   Kinshuk
Email:   kinshuk_(on)_ieee.org
Date received:   27 Nov 2003
Deadline:   13 Feb 2004
Start date:   30 Aug 2004

4th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2004) August 30 - Sept 1, 2004 Joensuu, Finland (http://lttf.ieee.org/icalt2004/) Theme: "Crafting Learning Within Context" For many years now, researchers and practitioners have advocated views of learning as happening within various forms of contexts such as those embodying problem-based, scenario-based, cognitive, meta-cognitive, social, linguistic, cultural, artefact, and authentic task elements. The conference theme focuses on the crafting of such learning experiences enabled or mediated by technology that enacts authentic contexts for the learning and doing to take place. We especially welcome papers that study the contextualization and the concretization of learning. We invite submissions of for-peer-reviewed papers of original academic or industrial research on Advanced Learning Technologies that contribute to the future research agenda of Technology-Enhanced Learning. The conference proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press. All authors of accepted submissions will be required to complete IEEE Copyright Form. Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions for a Special Issue of the Journal of Educational Technology & Society (ISSN 1436-4522). * Topics of Interest Adaptivity in Learning Systems Advanced uses of Multimedia and Hypermedia Architecture of Context Aware Learning Technology Systems Artificial Intelligence Tools for Contextual Learning Building Learning Communities Concretizing Technologies (e.g. Robotics) in Learning Educational Modelling Languages Educational Paradigms Information Retrieval and Visualization Methods for Learning Instructional Design Theories Interactive Learning Systems Learning Objects for Personalised Learning Media for Learning in Multicultural Settings Metadata for Learning Resources Mobile Learning Applications Natural (spoken) language learning Participatory Simulations Pedagogical and Organisational Frameworks Peer-to-Peer Learning Applications Socially Intelligent Agents Technology-Facilitated Learning in Complex Domains Virtual Spaces for Learning Communities * Program Co-Chairs Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand Chee-Kit Looi, National University of Singapore, Singapore * Important Dates February 13, 2004 - paper submission April 19, 2004 - notification of acceptance May 24, 2004 - final camera-ready manuscript May 31, 2004 - author registration deadline * Paper Submissions Complete papers are required for the review process. The following page limits must be observed while preparing the manuscript: - Full paper: 5 pages - Short paper: 3 pages - Posters: 2 pages - Tutorial proposals: 2 pages (The tutorial proposal should clearly outline the novelty of the tutorial content, the expected audience, objectives, and outcomes. Each tutorial will run for about 3 hours.) - Panel proposals: 2 pages (The panel proposal should clearly outline the theme of the panel, its significance, expected outcomes, and at least five panel participants. Each panel will run for about one and half hours. Panel participants will have the possibility of submitting two-page papers for review process for the papers to be included in the conference proceedings.) - Workshop: 2 pages (The workshop proposal should clearly outline the theme of the workshop, its emerging nature, expected outcomes, and at least five panel participants. Each workshop will run for about two and half hours. Workshop participants will have the possibility of submitting two-page papers for review process for the papers to be included in the conference proceedings. These page limits include authors information, abstract (no more than 200 words), all tables, figures, references, etc. The author information should include names, affiliation, postal and email addresses, phone and fax numbers of ALL authors. Manuscripts should be submitted in Word or RTF file formats at http://i fets.massey.ac.nz/icalt2004/submission_form.html All submissions will be reviewed in double-blind review process on the basis of relevance, originality, significance, soundness and clarity. * For general information, please contact: Ms. Sirpa Torvinen, M.Sc. University of Joensuu P.O.Box 111 FIN-80101 Joensuu Finland Tel: +358 13 251 5272 Fax: +358 13 251 7955 Email: sirpa.torvinen_(on)_cs.joensuu.fi< /a> * Other highlights ICALT2004 will also host following activities: - 2nd International Workshop on Technology for Education in Developing Countries - Kids Club (enganing learning activities for kids of participants) - Business day (academia-industry interaction) Regards. Kinshuk

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