onsdag, februari 08, 2006

CFP: First European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning

See http://www.ectel06.org/ for more info.

Call for Papers
First European Conference on
Technology Enhanced Learning
Innovative Approaches for Learning and Knowledge Sharing
Crete, Greece - October 1-4, 2006
Organized by the PRO-LC Cluster
URL: http://www.ectel06.org

With the shift towards the knowledge society, changing working conditions
and the continuous evolution of information and communication technologies,
peoples' knowledge and skills need continuous development. Technology
learning is one of the strategic objectives of the EU/IST Work
Programme, with the goal of "improving the efficiency and cost-effectiveness
of learning, for individuals and organizations, independent of time,
place and
pace." Innovative infrastructuctures, methods and approaches are needed to
reach this goal, and will facilitate transfer and sharing of knowledge
individuals and in organisations. For e-learning, as in e-commerce and
e-business, systemic changes wrought by emerging technologies are also
changing the relationships between consumption and production - in this
case of knowledge - as what many call 'Web 2.0' becomes more interactive
and user-generated content becomes more widespread.

The First European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning provides
a unique forum for all research related to technology-enhanced learning, as
well as its interactions with knowledge management, business processes and
work environments. It will provide a competitive yet broad enough forum
for technology enhanced learning research in Europe and world-wide through
specialized workshops and the main conference. The conference will provide
unique networking possibilities for participating researchers throughout the
week and include project meetings and discussions for several EU/IST
funded within the 6th framework program under the action line of
Enhanced Learning and Access to Cultural Heritage".

We welcome submissions describing innovative research on all relevant
focusing on aspects from computer science, business and/or education, as
well as experience reports and case studies describing innovative
of new learning environments and approaches.

EC-TEL 2006 invites submissions in the following categories:
• Papers and posters
• Doctoral consortium papers
• Industrial reports
• Workshops
Relevant topics for the conference include, but are not limited to:
Collaborative Learning:
Learning Communities, Distributed Teams, Instructional Methods for
Learning, Problem Solving Support, Collaborative Knowledge Building and
Sharing, Collaborative Games, Online Experiments

Personalized Learning:
Reasoning Techniques, Adaptation Patterns and Techniques, Data Mining,
Learner Modeling, Learner Assessment and Testing, Adaptive Hypermedia and
Adaptive Instructions, Competencies in Workplace Learning

Multimedia Content:
Autoring of Multimedia/ Virtual Reality Content, Multimedia / Virtual
Streaming, Web Video Lectures

Semantic Web, Metadata and Learning:
Learning Objects, Learning Activities, Learning Design, Narrative and
Models, Semantic Clustering, Metadata for Search and Information Retrieval

Workplace Learning:
Knowledge Management and Learning, Business Processes and Learning, Cost
and Economy Models, Leveraging Expertise, Informal Learning, Social
Organizational Learning, Knowledge Sharing.

Learning Repositories and Infrastructures for Learning:
Peer-to-Peer Infrastructures, Runtime Engines for Learning Design and
Objects, Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning, Deployment Strategies, Re-Use of
Learning Objects, Re-Authoring and Re-Purposing
Experience Reports, Assesment, and Case Studies

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