The following is a list of accepted papers.

S.N Corresponding Author Abstract Title  Country 
1 Agostino Marengo A new vision of Open Source based e-learning Portal Italy
2 Ahmad Al Badah Evaluating Projects’ Risks and Estimating deviations in Time, Cost and Performance Kuwait
3 Ali Tajdin E-Learning versus Face-to-Face Learning:An Economic and Statistical Analysis of Higher Educational Systems in Iran Iran
4 Alireza Arshadi Cost Optimization in E-Learning Based Educational Systems Iran
5 Anelly Kremenska Web-based Language Learning for Developing Communicative Competence Bulgaria
6 Carl Hoagland Virtual Classroom Visits: A Use of Technology to Better Prepare Teachers United States
7 Dania El Achmar Strategy for Innovative Response to Changes in 21st-Century Schools Kuwait
8 Aieman Ahmad AL-OMARI The perceived value of e-learning along with traditional learning among undergraduate students ath the Hashemite University Jordan
9 Akmal Abdelfatah Students’ Perception of Academic Integrity United Arab Emirates
10 Alan McCord Implementing Virtual Work Tools in Global Enterprises United States
11 Ali Akbar Shaikhi Fini Attitude of professors and students about virtual learning at colleges in Iran Iran
12 Ali Assi Graphical MATLAB Based Tool to Visualize Gate Tunneling Current in Ultra-Thin MOSFET Devices United Arab Emirates
13 Amal Saber Abd El Aziz E-Learning Challenges in the Arab Countries Qatar
14 Antoanela Naaji E-learning - a Technology of the Future Romania
15 Atis Kapenieks Innovative eLearning for promotion of sustainable development in Latvia Latvia
16 Bassam Hammo Lessons Learned from Traing Teachers on ICT: A Case Study from the University of Jordan Jordan
17 Berge Traboulsi From Pedagogy to Webagogy in Higher Education: Perspectives and Prospectives Lebanon
19 Charles Robert Collaborating and learning with annotation in a multimedia environment France
20 Elham S. Hasham Academic Institutions Are No Different To Any Other: Total Quality Management Does Enhance Performance Lebanon
21 Fay Sudweeks Learning to Grow: The development of educational groups in a synchronous environment Australia
22 Francis Francis Socially Conscious E-Learning Process Lebanon
23 George Hassoun Towards Improving the Engineering Education Continuum Lebanon
24 Hasan Saleh AlMatrouk e-learning in Kuwait University Smart Classrooms Kuwait
25 Hend S. Al-Khalifa Wikis in Classroom Participation: Results From Preliminary Exeperiment Saudi Arabia
26 Hwee Ling Lim Student Experiences of Online Conversation Spaces in an Undergraduate IT Course United Arab Emirates
27 Koyu Chinen An LSI Circuit Education System Using Remote Controllable Equipment Network Japan
28 Martin Stigmar Pass it on! Shared knowledge and competence Sweden
29 Mokhtar BEN HENDA SCORM specifications for an emerging world: the linguistic diversity at work France
30 Sabah Al-Fedaghi Some Aspects of Information Privacy in Kuwait Kuwait
31 Zaid Al-Shammari Intervening Students with Special Needs Focusing on Rationales, and Utilizing Play Intervention Programs, Educational Technologies with Teacher Training for Selected Types of Disabilities: Autism (ASD), Mental Retardation, and Physical and Hearing Disabil Kuwait
32 Zaitun Abu Bakar Mobilizing Existing Resources in an e-Learning System to Enhance English Proficiency Malaysia
33 Hani Mahdi Prioritizing of MAS Architectures for Developing Collaborative E-Learning
34 Harmi Izzuan Bin Baharum Innovations In Teaching Oral Business English Communication Skills In Malaysia: The Potential Of Multi-User Virtual Environment New Zealand
36 K.M.Taj-Biul Hasan “Affective E-learning by Broadcasting Media -The Bangladesh Scenarios.” Bangladesh
37 Mohammad A. Matin Clicker: A personal Response System for Effective Teaching United States
38 Mohammad Attaran Curriculum Development in Virtual University Iran
39 Mohammad Molani Analytical Hierarchy Procedure Approach for Finding Optimal Learning Path in Distance Learning Iran
40 Mr. Andrew Pyper Student Attitudes Towards Discussion Forums as a Publishing Medium United Kingdom
41 Mr. Armands Strazds Multimodal Information System for Learning Experience Recording Latvia
42 Mr. Ashraf Abu Baker Conception, implementation and evaluation of Germany
43 Mr. Ben Ammar Mohamed The Role of Affect in an Agent-Based Collaborative e-Learning System Tunisia
44 Mr. Elie Dannaoui Online Collaborative Problem-based Learning Environment: from theory to practice Lebanon
45 Mr. Fakhruddin An Adaptive Bandwidth Borrowing Scheme for Cellular India
46 Mr. Farhan Mohammd Al-Obisat Toward the factors of E-learning Adoption in High schools: Jordan Case Study Jordan
47 Mr. Ford Lumban Gaol The Framework of Knowledge Discovery in Data Scattering Using Graph Mining Indonesia
48 Mr. Fryad Khalid Muhammad Implement A Framework For An Effective Asynchronous E-Learning Environment. Iraq
49 Mr. Hamed Fazlollahtabar Management Systems of E-Learning Based Educational Organizations Iran
50 Mr. James A Malcolm Efficient Search for Plagiarism on the Web United Kingdom
51 Mr. Mohamed Koutheaïr KHRIBI Smart Recommender System for E-Learning Personalization Based on Information Retrieval Tunisia
52 Mr. Mohammad Allahbakhsh RPM for Integrating E-Learning Systems Using Web Services Iran
53 Mr. Ravindra Kumar Purwar An Improved Block Matching Criterion for Video Coding India
54 Mr. Rouzbeh Meymandpour M-Learning Styles and Supporting Technologies Iran
55 Mr. Yagiz Onat Yazir Customizable Collaborative Virtual Learning Environments: A Layered Framework Approach Canada
56 Ms. ANNA VINTERE Changes based on information communication technology Latvia
57 Ms. Hatoon Al Darrab Classroom Response System using Mobile Phones and 2D barcodes Saudi Arabia
58 Ms. Nedelcut Nelida New Trends in Learning and Training Music Romania
59 Ms. Reem A. Alebaikan Challenges of Implementing Blended Learning in Saudi Universities United Kingdom
60 Namit Mishra A Reliable On Demand Distance Vector Routing Protocol for Ad Hoc Network Based On Hop Weight Metric India
61 Nicole Natho Study Management and Allocation of Exercise Classes for large lectures at TU Berlin Germany
62 Olivier Pfeiffer User Adaptive Interactive Courses in SCORM Compliant Learning Management Systems Germany
63 Olivier Pfeiffer Accessibility and Model-Based Web Application Development for eLearning-Environments Germany
64 Philbert Suresh, Founder, GUST Logistics Forum Out of sight, but not out of mind, Harnessing the power of RFID technology through logistic operations Kuwait
65 A.Y. Al-Zoubi J2ME-Based Mobile Virtual Laboratory for Engineering Education Jordan
66 Abdalla Effect of Energy Carried by Radio-Frequency Radiation on the weakest bond in a DNA molecule Saudi Arabia
67 Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem Intelligent Technologies for Medical e-Learning Egypt
68 Amer Al-Roubaie E-Learning: An Approach to Building a Knowledge Society in the Arab World Bahrain
69 Doru Ursutiu Creativity in Remote Laboratory and Virtual Instrumentation Romania
70 Syed Faizan Haider M-Learning elevation & Enhancement through Newly Designed Crawler Pakistan
71 Manuel Castro An Interactive and Ubiquitous Mosaic of Services based on RFID at University Spain
72 Manuel Castro Security for Evaluation in Higher Education Spain
73 Mohamed JEMNI An ICT environment for teaching and learning sign language Tunisia
74 Muhammad Taher Abuelmaatti Ethical Issues in Distance Education and E-Learning Saudi Arabia
76 SunJu Park Development of the 21st century e-Learning Training Model Korea
77 Taymoor Mohamed Nazmy On The Implementation of The Virtual Universities Models Egypt
78 Professor M Abdus Sobhan E–Learning Platform for Software Engineering Education Bangladesh
79 Sarantos Psycharis Monte Carlo Simulations In Molecular Dynamics of a Gas. A Didactic Approach Greece
80 Vijayakumar Sivaraman Intensifying Student Skills and Potential for Higher Learning through Outcomes Based Education and Technology Integration Oman
81 Zaki Taha Fayed Computer-based Training (CBT) for Dependable Simulation of Digital Circuitt fault detection Using Digital Signature Egypt

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