13th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2005)

From: Cunningham, Donald J. (cunningh@indiana.edu)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 08:29:26 PST

Welcome to ICCE 2005

Nov 28 to Dec 2, 2005
(http://www.icce2005.servy.net <http://www.icce2005.servy.net/> )

General Information

The 13th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2005) is the latest in a longstanding series of annual international conferences highlighting top quality research and development of computers in education.

We aim to promote ICCE as one of the most prestigious and the highest quality conferences in technology-supported education/learning/training. The technical program of ICCE will include paper sessions, panels, posters, tutorials, workshops, invited speeches, doctoral consortium and possibly other special events.

The National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, invites you to Singapore for the International Conference on Computers in Education in 2005.
ICCE205 invites contributions on all topics related to computers in education, including technical, empirical, theoretical, social or inter-disciplinary perspectives.

Who Should Attend?
- academic scholars
- school leaders and educational policy makers
- teachers
- postgraduate students
- IT professionals in the education and corporate sectors
- Anyone involved in formal and informal learning environments

Technical program

The theme of the 2005 conference will be:
"Towards sustainable and scalable educational innovations informed by the science of learning"
- Sharing good practices of research, experimentation and innovation

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Learning sciences: Inter-disciplinary perspectives,
  Theory development, Experimental methods, Design research, Neurosciences Socially informed design: Social dimensions of learning.
  Social-historical-cultural contexts. Learning and identity.
  Motivation and engagement in learning. Informal learning environments.
Collaborative and group learning: Group learning environments. Networked learning communities.
  Analysis and modeling of group interactions. Design principles for collaborative learning environments.
  Communities of learners. Communities of  practice.
Learning systems platforms and architectures: Web-based learning platforms.
  Metadata standards for learning objects and materials. Document management for
  learning applications. Authoring tools and assessment tools.
Modeling and representation: Models of learners, facilitators, tasks and
  problem-solving processes. Knowledge representation and ontologies.
  Discourse representation and analysis.
Intelligent tutoring and scaffolding: Adaptive environments (web-based and others).
  Pedagogical agents. Cognitive diagnosis. Instructional planning.
  Motivational diagnosis and feedback. Data mining and machine learning.
Interaction design and novel interfaces: Ubiquitous computing/mixed reality learning environments.
  Wireless and mobile technologies. Virtual and 3D learning and training environments.
  Multi-modal interfaces for learning. Innovative educational multimedia systems.
Applications: Language learning. Mathematics and science education.
  Industrial, medical and other applications.
e-Learning and Knowledge Management: Organizational e-Learning strategies.
  Blended e-Learning. Instructional design. Mentoring and coaching programmes.
  Human resource management and development. Lifelong learning.
Leadership in e-Education: Innovative pedagogical models. Policies and strategies
  for technology implementation. Professional development.

Paper submissions
Paper submissions will be accepted in the following categories:
Full papers (8 pages) - All submissions should describe original and unpublished work.
Research papers should describe results of systems development and/or empirical or theoretical analysis.
A small number of "survey paper" and "theme papers" will also be accepted.
These should synthesize
and examine broad issues in the field. There will be a prize for "Best Paper" chosen from the full papers.

Young researcher's track (YRT) (6 pages) - To nurture young researchers, the YRT is for work-in-progress by graduate students and other young researchers. The paper must be authored only by the young researcher(s). Accepted YRT submissions will be invited to be published in an additional volume.
Also, an abstract version will be included in the official proceedings (2 pages, 10 minutes presentation).

Posters (3 pages) - Authors are encouraged to submit reports on work-in-progress to the poster sessions, which provide an informal forum for introducing work in its early stages.
Poster sessions are included in the proceedings as short papers.

Panels (2 pages) - Panels will bring together 4 or 5 experts to discuss a topical issue. Submissions should include a motivated description of the panel topic and the qualifications of each panelist.

Workshop proposals (4 pages) workshops on "hot" topics should include a brief description of the workshop topic, why it is interesting, short biographies of the workshop organizers, and a list of prospective members of the workshop program committee. Approved workshops will have their own proceedings, separately published, and their own submission/acceptance deadlines.

Tutorial proposals (3 pages) tutorials on important topics should contain a brief description of the topic, why it is interesting, the intended audience, and short biographies of the tutorial presenters.


All accepted papers will be printed in the ICCE 2005 proceedings to be published by IOS Press, and will be candidates for Best Paper Awards. Authors of award papers will be invited to submit their paper for publication in the new official journal of the APSCE.

Further information
For queries about the technical programme, contact the Programme Co-Chairs.

Programme Co-chairs
David Jonassen (jonassen@missouri.edu)
Mitsuru Ikeda (ikeda@jaist.ac.jp)
Chee-Kit Looi (cklooi@nie.edu.sg)

Programme Committee
Wing Kee Au, University of South Australia, Australia Lyn Henderson, James Cook University, Australia Jon Mason, Education.Au Limited, Australia Ron Oliver, Edith Cowan University, Australia John Hedberg, Macquarie University, Australia Marlene Scardamalia, University of Toronto, Canada Carl Bereiter, University of Toronto, Canada Jacqueline Bourdeau, Tele-universite du Quebec, Canada Jim Greer, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Gordon McCalla, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Nelson Baloian, Chile University, Chile Qiong Wang, Peking University, China Zhiting Zhu, East China Normal University, China Ronghuai Huang, Beijing Normal University, China Ulrich Hoppe, University Duisburg, Germany Fong-Lok Lee, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Carmel McNaught, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Eugenia Ng, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong Amy Soller, Institute for Defense Analyses, Italy Kanji Akahori, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Yoneo Yano,!
  Tokushima University, Japan Tsukasa Hirashima, Hiroshima University, Japan Naomi Miyake, Chukyo University, Japan Riichiro Mizoguchi, Osaka University Japan Kiyoshi Nakabayashi, NTT Resonant, Inc., Japan Yon Se Kim, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Duk Hoon Kwak, Korea National Open University, Korea Dae-Joon Hwang, KERIS, Korea Insook Lee, Sejong University, Korea Kwok-Cheung Cheung, University of Macau, Macao Abtar Kaur, Open University Malaysia, Malaysia Lora Ayoro, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands Piet Kommers, University of Twente, Netherlands Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand Ray Kemp, Massey University, New Zealand Raymund Sison, De La Salle University, Philippines Lung Hsiang Wong, National University of Singapore, Singapore Gee Kin Yeo, National University of Singapore, Singapore Seng Chee Tan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Mun Kew Leong, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore Cher Ping Lim, Nanyang Technological University, Si!
 ngapore David Hung, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Tak-Wa
i Chan, National Central University, Taiwan Shelley Shwu-Ching Young, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan Fu-Yun Yu, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan Robert Lewis, University of Lancaster, UK Don Cunningham, Indiana University, USA Gerry Stahl, Drexel University, USA Dan Suthers, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA Chris Hoadley, Penn State University, USA Tom Murray, University of Massachusetts, USA
Important dates:
Paper submission due: April 29, 2005
Acceptance notification: July 1, 2005
Proceedings copy due: Aug 26, 2005
Early registration deadline: September 16, 2005

Don Cunningham
Indiana University

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