The IADIS Information Systems Conference (IS 2014) aims to provide a forum for the discussion of information systems (IS) from a socio-technological perspective. The call for papers is now open and authors are invited to submit their papers in English through the conference submission system by 30 October, 2013.
The conference will have five principal themes, however, papers on innovative issues outside of these themes will still be considered.
- IS in Practice: Technology Infrastructures and Organisational Processes
- IS Professional Issues
- IS Learning and Teaching
- IS Design, Development and Management Issues and Methodologies
- IS Research
Authors can make submissions of several different types. Submissions are blind peer-reviewed.
- Full Papers – Results of completed research, maximum 8 pages (5,000 words)
- Short Papers – Works in progress reports or fresh developments, maximum 4 pages (2,500 words)
- Reflection Papers – Review of recent literature, suggestions or critiques, analysis of general trends, or discussion of important issues related to applied computing. Maximum of 2 pages (1500 words)
- Posters / Demonstrations – To be exposed at the conference, accompanied by a maximum of one page (625 words)
- Tutorials – Tutorials can be proposed by scholars or company representatives. A proposal of maximum 250 words is expected.
- Panels – Discussions on selected topics will be held. A proposal of maximum 250 words is expected.
- Doctoral Consortium – A discussion of in-progress PhD work in an informal atmosphere. Contributions can be a critical literature review or a short paper describing the research problem, methodology, and progress. Maximum 4 pages (2,500 words)
- Corporate Showcases & Exhibitions – A Showcase is a scheduled timeslot for companies to present recent developments, future plans, and noteworthy products or services. Exhibitions allow companies to display their offerings at an exhibition booth. For further details please contact the publicity chair.
The deadline for submitting extended abstracts for the 5th International Conference on Personal Learning Environments (PLE 2014) is rapidly approaching. Submissions of academic papers or alternative sessions are accepted until 17 March 2014.
LINQ 2014 / EIF 2014 Conference “Changing the Trajectory - Quality for Opening up Education” Announces Venue
Learning Innovations for Quality Conference 2014 in conjunction with EFQUEL Innovation Forum 2014 to take place at stunning Hotel Iberostar Creta Panorama & Mare.
The leading joint conference on quality innovation for learning and education has announced its location for 2014. The beautiful Iberostar Creta Panorama & Mare Hotel on the coast of Creta in Rethymnon will host an international audience of experts in the fields of technology-enhanced learning, open educational resources and quality development. Early-bird registration rates for LINQ 2014 in conjunction with EIF 2014 will be available until March 12; potential participants are encouraged to register soon, however, as seats are limited. Participants can register via http://efquel.org/eiflinq-registration/.
Continuing the trend from last year’s conference at the Headquarters of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome, Italy, this venue will provide a magnificent backdrop to the essential and groundbreaking discussions on the meaning of quality in the context of open education. Innovative work from hundreds of submitters will provide the basis for this conference dialogue, including new papers, research projects, and workshops on the latest developments in the field.
This year, LINQ has joined forces with EFQUEL to establish a common community of experts passionate for quality development in the quickly expanding field of technology-enhanced learning. Their support will reinforce the foundation of the conference and inspire more constructive discussion and critical analysis than ever before.
The extended LINQ 2014 / EIF 2014 call for papers, projects, and workshops came to an end on February 24, 2014. Authors and project submitters will be informed of their acceptance by March 10, 2014. All accepted papers and selected projects may be presented at the conference, will be published in the official proceedings of the conference (with ISBN) and distributed to all conference participants as well as throughout Europe.
Overview of the important dates:
- Notification of acceptance: March 10, 2014
- Camera-ready submission: March 31, 2014
- Deadline for speaker registration: March 31, 014
- Conference days: May 7-9, 2014 in Crete
ECAET 2014 is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in the use of Web2.0 technologies in education, leisure and business.
The topics in ECAET 2014 include but are not confined to the following areas:
- Technology in Web 2.0
- Education 2.0
- Social, political and psychological aspects of Web 2.0
- Web 2.0 Applications, Domains, and Emerging Trends
- Health 2.0
Call for Papers
ECAET 2014 invites research papers that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation. All the accepted papers will appear in the proceedings and modified versions of selected papers will be published in special issues of peer reviewed journals. The submission deadline is 27 June 2014. Please see the call for papers for more information.
Whether you are developing an educational app, upskilling your workforce, drafting local, national or international policy, determining the effect of serious games or networked learning, using data to predict learning trends, co-creating the education ecosystem, researching the impact of portfolios or learning from a successful MOOC, ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN’s well-connected, international audience wants to hear about it!
The planning for Open Educa Berlin 2014 is already underway, and the conference organizers invite educators, policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs, practitioners, etc. to submit a proposal to contribute. Various types of activities are welcome, not just paper presentations! Contributors can propose any of the following:
- Pre-Conference Workshops - Learning practical skills
- Pre-Conference Seminars - Interactive knowledge sharing
- Presentation Sessions - Engaging talks on a specific topic, grouped to form a conference session
- Research Domain Presentation Sessions - In-depth talks, grouped to form a conference session
- Discovery Demos - Show and Tell
- Knowledge Exchange Sessions - Multiple topics, several hosts
- Discussions and Debates - Viewpoints and engagement
- LAB Sessions - Learning practical skills
- Learning Cafés - One theme: sharing and creating knowledge together
- Suggest a format - Delegate-driven and highly interactive
Proposals should also be directed towards a target audience and have a strong participatory focus (e.g. concentrate on engaging participants, promote collaboration and provide knowledge about [free] tools and resources).
Please note that the expertise of those submitting proposals, whether or not the proposal has been included in the agenda of previous years' conferences, and the practicalities of including the proposal within the conference format are also taken into consideration.
Please see the Call for Proposals for more details and to access the online submission form.
- Accessibility and usability of web-based instruction in the classroom
- Best Practices
- Collaborative learning and social networks
- e-Learning workflow
- Educational/learning repositories
- Mobile learning
- Security and privacy in education and e-learning systems
- Serious games and game-based learning
- Social and organizational perspectives
- Standards and infrastructures
- Student engagement
- Teaching/Educational Models, Frameworks and Platforms
- Virtual Learning Environments
- All accepted papers will be published by Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library
- Keynote Speaker: John "Pathfinder" Lester, Chief Learning Officer, ReactionGrid
- Plenary TechTalk: Stefano Santo Sabato, Chief Technology Officer, MediaSoft, Italy
- Online track
- Student Track with Best Paper Award (1000 Euro prize), sponsored by MediaSoft S.r.l.
Mobile World Congress is the blueprint for the NEXT big innovation. Whatever is coming NEXT will likely be born at Mobile World Congress 2014 – either announced on stage during our Conference programme, showcased in our award-winning Exhibition, or conceived during one of the thousands of meetings taking place during the week.
If you’re a part of the mobile industry, you won’t want to miss it. Join us in Barcelona where we are Creating What’s NEXT.
Depending on the type of pass selected, attendees can take advantage of the many components that make up this industry-leading event:
- A world-class thought-leadership Conference featuring visionary keynotes and panel discussions
- A cutting-edge product and technology Exhibition featuring 1,700 exhibitors
- The world’s best venue for seeking industry opportunities, making deals, and Networking
- App Planet, the Centre of the Mobile Apps Universe, where the mobile app community gathers to learn, network and engage with innovators
- mPowered Industries, a new conference and exhibition programme taking place in Fira Montjuïc for those in the Health, Advertising, Broadcast and Travel industries
- And the Global Mobile Awards programme, where we recognise advancements and achievements in the industry
Be part of the largest global conference on technology supported learning and training for the corporate, education and public service sectors.
- Training, Learning and Talent Development Strategies.
- Better and Best Practices
- Security and Defence Learning