3rd International Conference on e-Learning
University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa
26-27 June 2008
The International Conference on e-Learning (ICEL) brings together academic research and practical applications of e-Learning from all areas. ICEL brings together varied groups of people with different perspectives, seeking to bring top research and proven best practices together into one location, for the purposes of helping practitioners find ways to put research into practice, and for researchers to gain an understanding of additional real-world problems.
The advisory group for the conference invites submissions of papers on both the theory and practice of all aspects of web-enabled technology in learning and teaching. The conference in June 2008 is seeking qualitative, experience-based and quantitative papers as well as case studies and reports of work in progress from academics, teachers, practitioners, vendors and government departments.
Topics for submissions may include, but are not limited to:
e-Learning design; usability; evaluation; content development; authoring tools, LCMSS, and LMSS; communities of practice; instructional design; e-Learning technology and standards; discussion forums; mobile learning; podcasting; societal and cultural issues in e-Learning; online and computer aided assessments; knowledge management; absolute and relative boundaries of e-Lessons; content management; simulations and virtual learning environments; asynchronous interaction; structural representation of e-Lessons; Learner characteristics; e-Learning portals; course development strategies; new e-Learning methodologies; uses of multimedia in e-Learning; marketing and promoting e-Learning; successful web-based innovative exemplars; student access, diversity, expectation, involvement, motivation and retention; e-Learning adoption; e-Learning implementation; cognitive styles; e-Learning to support communities and individuals; research barriers: use of open-source; blended learning approaches; retention strategies; asynchronous text-based conferencing; e-Learning attrition; social benefits of e-Learning; socio-technical systems; Inter-Institutional education program cooperation; new partnerships to deliver e-Learning; e-universities and other computer-enabled systems in learning and teaching; widening student participation; e-Learning ROI; in-house training, human resource development using e-learning at the company; satellite campus issues; faculty development; university management using ICT; the use of social networks to support learning; Web 2.0 technologies being used in the classroom; universities and Internet society; e-Learning in 50 or 100 years; innovation in the e-Learning Context; digital learning; other/specialist e-Learning topics.
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