eLearning is a dynamic research area reflecting on the current requirements of all participants in the educational process for innovative teaching and meaningful learning combining existing knowledge with future perspectives.

The aim of IEETeL2014 is to connect researchers, educators and technology experts giving them an opportunity to share and discuss new solutions, trends and realizations of eLearning environments and the adoption of emerging technologies in educational settings. These will draw the challenging problems in information gathering, processing and usage; development of web-based and mobile services; building intelligent and social-oriented applications in support of flexible, personalized, adaptable, in-demand learning.

This forum invites research, technical papers, and work in progress investigating eLearning environment process development, information processing/management in local and small settings as well as in global and large scale ones and practices of implementation in education to facilitate university students as well as to prepare them to become self-organized and life-long learners. These include the technological aspect of environment building: “from scratch”, using open source software or mashup applications from a cloud as well as pedagogical strategies and solutions for utilizing such environments.



 Topics of interest (but not limited)
  •  Web 2.0 Applications for Learning
  •   3D Virtual Environments
  •   Semantic Web
  •   Educational MashUps
  •   Immersive technologies in ADL
  •   Networks/Grids for learning
  •   Adaptive and intuitive environments
  •   Personal Learning Environments
  •   Mobile learning  environments and applications
  •   Augmented Reality Implementation
  • Intelligent and smart applications
 

Important dates

    Submission:   Extended February 15, 2014
    Authors Notification:     March 1, 2014
    Final Manuscript:         March 15, 2014
    Author Registration:     March 15, 2014
    Conference Dates:       July 2-4, 2014



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