CONFERENCE THEMES

Authors are invited to submit their original and unpublished works in the areas including, but not limited to, the following:
  1. E-learning technology
  2. Education and ethics
  3. Organization and management
  4. Evaluation and standards
  5. E-learning domain applications
  6. E-learning curriculum issues
     
AREA 1: E-learning technological issues:
  • Authoring tools
  • Content development
  • Design, implementation, integration and delivering issues
  • Tools and systems
  • Intelligent e-learning technology
  • Interactive e-learning systems
  • Multimedia and e-learning
  • Virtual universities: Pros and cons
  • E-learning success stories: Where and how
  • Publishing e-learning tools
  • E-learning emerging hardware and software
  • Future trends
  • Web-based learning
  • Methods of combining traditional learning and e-learning
  • E-learning multimedia applications
  • Mobile learning (M-learning)
  • Internationalization and localization of E-learning

AREA 2: Education and ethics:
  • Societal issues
  • Impact of e-learning on social change
  • E-learning and pedagogical challenges
  • Impact of cultural factors on E-learning
  • New trends in learning and training

AREA 3: Organization and management:
  • Building e-learning architecture
  • Legal issues
  • Policy and law
  • Developing an organizational strategy for e-learning
  • Change management
  • Legislations required for the success of e-learning

AREA 4: Evaluation and standards:
  • E-learning quality management
  • Standards for learning objects
  • Evaluation and performance measurements
  • Standards and interoperability
  • Assessment tools
  • Evaluation methods: E-learning vs. traditional learning
  • Evaluation methods in blended learning environments

AREA 5: E-learning domain applications:
  • General domain
  • Government
  • Primary and secondary education
  • Home schooling
  • Higher education
  • Distance learning
  • Medical
  • Training
  • Engineering
  • TQM

AREA 6: E-learning curriculum issues:
  • Design and development of course contents
  • E-learning tactics and strategies
  • E-learning curriculums
  • Course/program evaluations
  • Intelligent user interfaces
  • User needs
  • Human factors
  • Accessibility to disabled users

IMPORTANT DATES

Full paper submission:
December 17th, 2007
Author notification:
January 15th, 2008
Final camera-ready submission:
February 20th, 2008

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