Research Conferences 2012
InSITE 2012 Informing Science & IT Education:
- A Conference in Four Parts:Connect, TeachIT, TeLE, and Inform
- June 22 - 27, 2012
- Concordia University, Montréal, Canadá
- CALL FOR PAPERS: submissions accepted now through Nov. 30
ICALT2012: XII IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies
- Rome, July 4-6, 2012
- IMPORTANT DATES:
- December 15, 2011 Deadline for submission of 2-page proposal for Workshops
- December 30, 2011 Deadline for submission of 2-page proposal for Panels and Tutorials
- December 30, 2011 Notification of acceptance of Workshops' proposals
- February 15, 2012 Recommended deadline for submission Workshops' papers
- February 15, 2012 Notification of acceptance of Panels' and Tutorials' proposals
- March 5, 2012 Recommended date for notification of acceptance of Workshops' papers
- March 15, 2012 Authors' Registration Deadline
- April 1, 2012 Camera-Ready paper (up to 2 pages) for the Conference Proceedings
- July 4-6, 2012 ICALT 2012 conference
The theme for ICALT 2012 is "Growing by Architecting on top of our Memories", with design inspired learning, fostering creativity and fun, complex educational experiences and their monitoring, ubiquitous learning and flexible environments as featured topics.
Full list of Topics of Interest can be found at the Conference website.
The technical program will feature keynote addresses, workshops, tutorials, panels, two new tracks - Industrial track and European project track - in addition to presentations of standard full and short papers, posters and doctoral consortium's contributions.
Please submit your manuscript using the ASK-Conference System at: http://www.ask4research.info/conference/upload.php
4th International Conference on Computer Supported Education CSEDU
April 16 - 18, 2012 Porto, Portugal
Technically Co-sponsored by SPEE Sponsored by INSTICC INSTICC is Member of WfMC, OMG, SEFI, EATEL and IGIP
- Regular Paper Submission: November 22, 2011
- Authors Notification (regular papers): January 25, 2012
- Final Regular Paper Submission and Registration: February 14, 2012
The 4th International Conference on Computer Supported Education (CSEDU 2012) steering committee cordially invites you to submit a paper to the CSEDU-2012 Conference, to be held in Porto, Portugal. The deadline for paper submission is November 22th, 2011.
Submitted papers will be subject to a double-blind review process. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings, under an ISBN reference, on paper and CD-ROM support. GDWZ The proceedings will be submitted for indexation by Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index (ISI), INSPEC, DBLP and EI (Elsevier Index). Best paper awards will be distributed during the conference closing session. Please check the website for further information (http://www.csedu.org/BestPaperAward.aspx). All papers presented at the conference venue will be available at the SciTePress Digital Library (http://www.scitepress.org/DigitalLibrary/). SciTePress is member of CrossRef (http://www.crossref.org/).
We would like to highlight the presence of the following keynote speakers: Joseph Trimmer, Ball State University, United States, David Kaufman, Simon Fraser University, Canada and Hugh Davis, University of Southampton, United Kingdom. More names will be announced soon at the CSEDU 2012 conference website (http://www.csedu.org/KeynoteSpeakers.aspx).
There is still another opportunity of publication, in the following special session (with different deadlines, see conference website for details): Enhancing Student Engagement in e-Learning - ESEeL (http://www.csedu.org/ESEeL.aspx)
Workshops, Special sessions as well as Tutorials dedicated to other technical/scientific topics are also envisaged: companies interested in presenting their products/methodologies or researchers interested in holding a tutorial are invited to contact the conference secretariat. Workshop chairs and Special Session chairs will benefit from logistics support and other types of support, including secretariat and financial support, to facilitate the development of a valid idea.
Please check further details at the CSEDU 2012 conference web site (http://www.csedu.org). There you will find detailed information about the conference structure and its main topic areas. This conference is co-located with WEBIST 2012 (8th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies - http://www.webist.org/), CLOSER 2012 (2nd International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science - http://closer.scitevents.org/) and SMARTGREENS 2012 (1st International Conference on Smart Grids and Green IT Systems - http://www.smartgreens.org). Registration to CSEDU will enable free attendance to any sessions of WEBIST, CLOSER and SMARTGREENS 2012 as a non-speaker.
ICLS 2012 Announcement: Submission Extension to 8 November 2011
SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS
10th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - "The Future of Learning" 2 - 6 July, 2012 in the University of Sydney, Australia Brought to you by ISLS, hosted by the CoCo Research Centre at the University of Sydney
About the conference
The International Conference of the Learning Sciences is a bi-annual conference sponsored by the International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS). The conference brings together researchers in the sciences of learning, instruction, and design in order to address questions of how we can better understand and improve learning. Our theme for 2012 is the Future of Learning, and the conference will hosts workshops, panels, symposia, paper and poster sessions, and keynotes by leaders in the field, reflecting on what we have learned so far and considering directions for the future;. It's an opportunity to share and gain insight into critical debate and new research findings across the various disciplines of the learning sciences.
Where and when
The conference will be held from 2 - 6 July, 2012 and on its first trip to the Southern Hemisphere, ICLS 2012 will take you to the vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Sydney, Australia. The University of Sydney is Australia’s first university, founded in 1850, located just two miles from Sydney city centre. Sydney is a vibrant international city renowned for world-class arts and entertainment, stunning beaches, and gourmet dining, and also the ideal base to explore Australia.
We will be receiving submissions for:
- Full Papers
- Short Papers
- Pre-Conference Workshops
- Doctoral Consortium
- Early Career Workshops
We encourage submissions that explore a range of research topics related to learning and education, including but not limited to prototypic research questions such as:
- How can collaborative learning be effectively mediated by technology?
- How can inquiry-oriented learning in disciplines such as mathematics and the sciences be guided with technology-enhanced learning environments?
- How do students collaboratively construct knowledge and understanding?
- How can intelligent tutors that help people learn complex subjects such as mathematics and foreign languages be designed and evaluated?
- How can we foster mindful learning and metacognition so that learners are more strategic and effective when they seek to learn something new?
- How to provide the right levels of assistive guidance in collaborative and online learning to foster self-regulation in learning?
- How to teach not only for factual memory and procedural skills but for adaptive and flexible understanding that can be used beyond formal schooling and throughout life?
- How does learning vary when its participants are in the same or different times (synchronous/asynchronous) or spaces (distributed/local)?
- How can teachers productively create teaching and learning environments that support the needs of learners of diverse linguistic, cultural and economic backgrounds?
- How can the capabilities of interactively visualizing data be incorporated in learning environments so as to make difficult subjects in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, the social sciences, and the humanities more accessible and learning more coherent?
- How can the creation and use of computational models of the physical and social worlds by learners become an integral part of educational practices?
- How can the energies and motivations that accompany a learner’s interests be matched with learning resources to enable productive learning pathways?
- What forms of CSCL organization and interaction make for productive online learning communities?
- How can productive co-design partnerships between educational practitioners and researchers be fostered for scaling and sustaining innovative learning environments?
- How does the physical embodiment of learning (e.g., gesture, gaze, pointing) contribute to learning processes and strategies?
Michael J Jacobson & Peter Reimann, The University of Sydney.
Conference Advisory Board
- Shaaron Ainsworth | University of Nottingham, UK
- Michael Baker | Telecom-paristech, Paris, France
- Katerine Bielaczyc | Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Paul Chandler | Wollongong University, Australia
- Susan Goldman | University of Illinois, Chicago, United States
- Kai Hakkarainnen | University of Helsinki, Finland
- Yasmin Kafai | University of Pennsylvania, United States
- Paul Kirschner | Utrecht University, the Netherlands
- Marcia Linn | University of California, Berkeley, United States
- Ric Lowe | Curtin University, Australia
- Naomi Miyake | University of Tokyo, Japan
- Stella Vosniadou | University of Athens (Greece) and University of Adelaide (Australia)
- Uri Wilensky | Northwestern University, United States
- James Pellegrino | University of Illinois, Chicago, United States
Susan Yoon | University of Pennsylvania, United States Wouter Van Joolingen | University of Twente, the Netherlands Nino Aditomo | University of Sydney, Australia
Early Career Workshop
Tom Moher | University of Illinois, Chicago, United States Anne Newstead | University of Sydney Tak-Wai Chan | National Central Taiwan University, Taiwan Pre-conference Workshops and special sessions
Dan Suthers | University of Hawaii, United States Carol Chan | Hong Kong University, Hong Kong Lina Markauskaite | University of Sydney Nikol Rummel | Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany
Paper Review Coordination
Peter Freebody | University of Sydney Eleni Kyza | Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus Ton de Jong | University of Twente, the Netherlands Nick Kelly | University of Sydney
Brian J. Reiser | Northwestern University, United States Jan van Aalst | Hong Kong University, Hong Kong Cindy Hmelo-Silver | Rutgers University, United States Kate Thompson | University of Sydney
ISLS is a professional society dedicated to the interdisciplinary empirical investigation of learning as it exists in real-world settings and how learning may be facilitated both with and without technology. ISLS sponsors two professional conferences, held in alternate years. The International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS), first held in 1992 and held bi-annually since 1996, covers the entire field of the learning sciences. Visit the ISLS site at http://www.isls.org
ICLS 2012 will be hosted by the Centre for Research on Computer Supported Learning andCognition (CoCo) at the University of Sydney. CoCo's mission it to contribute to theory and research in the field in order to discover how innovative learning technologies and pedagogical approaches can enhance formal and informal learning. Visit the CoCo site athttp://sydney.edu.au/education_social_work/coco/index.shtml
- Nov 8 Submission deadline: Papers, Posters, and Symposia (1 week extension)
- Dec 18 Submission deadline: Pre-Conference Workshops Proposals
- Jan 30 Author acceptance notifications
- Feb 1 Registrations Open
- Feb 18 Submission deadline: Early Career Workshop and Doctoral Consortium
- Mar 1 Deadline for final revisions
- Apr 2 Program will be made available
- Apr 3 Submission deadline: applications to participate in Pre-Conference Workshops
- Apr 10 Pre-Conference Workshop participation notifications
- Jun 15 Deadline for preconference (online) registration
- Jul 2-3 Conference: Workshops and Doctoral Consortium
- Jul 3-6 Conference: Main program and Sessions
Conference registration will open on the 1st of February, 2012. Details of the types of contributions accepted are given below. It is possible to register to attend the conference without a submission.
Please visit the conference website for additional information: http://www.isls.org/icls2012/