ICALT 2008: The 8th IEEE International Conference on Advanced
Learning technologies in the Information society
Santander, Cantabria, Spain
July 1st- July 5th, 2008
Deadline: January 15th, 2008
It is unquestionable that technology is a useful tool to enhance the
learning process and during the last ICALT conferences significant advances have been
presented in this sense. Besides the usual topics of the conference, this edition of
the conference aims to explore the role of learning technologies to step forward in the
transformation from the information society to a knowledge society where everybody
(independently of race, sex, abilities, capabilities, …) can be benefit from technologies
to enhance her learning process. This open a world of opportunities for analysing the use of
technology in inclusive learning environments that take into account the characteristics and
expectations of different kinds of users and different kinds of learning experiences, whether
formal or informal, individual or cooperative, life-long or short term…
TOPICS OF INTERESTS
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
* Inclusive learning environments, tools and experiences
* Formal and informal learning
* HCI guidelines and principles for educational systems
* Transforming schooling and training through learning technologies
* New Generations of educational technologies
* Web 2.0 and social computing for learning and instruction
* Educational technologies for new generations
* Technologies for real-time assessment of learning and performance
* Linking dynamic concept mapping and problem solving in complex
* Personalized mobile computing for learning and instruction
* Personalized educational systems
* Interdisciplinary programs to prepare educational
technologists CSCL technologies
* Content authoring technologies
* e-Pedagogy and Instructional Design
* Knowledge Management Technologies in Education
* Organizational Management of e-Learning in Universities
* e- testing and new test theories
* Data mining, text mining, and web mining in education
* January 15, 2008: Papers, workshops and tutorials submissions
* February 28, 2008: Notification to authors about the review
* March 15, 2008: Final camera-ready manuscript and Copyright
* March 30, 2008: Author registration deadline
* April 15, 2008: Early bird registration
* Conference: July 1st- July 4th, 2008
We invite submission of papers reporting original academic or
industrial research in the area of Advanced Learning
Technologies. All papers will be peer-reviewed. Complete papers are
required to be reviewed. The expected type of submissions are:
* Full paper: 5 pages
* Short paper: 3 pages
* Posters: 2 pages
* Tutorial proposals: 2 pages
(The tutorial proposal should clearly outline the novelty of
the tutorial content, the expected audience, objectives, and
outcomes. Each tutorial will run for about 3 hours.)
* Panel proposals: 2 pages
(The panel proposal should clearly outline the theme of the
panel, its significance, expected outcomes, and at least five panel
participants. Each panel will run for about one and half hours. Panel
participants will have the possibility of submitting two-page papers
for review process for the papers to be included in the conference
* Workshop: 2 pages
(The workshop proposal should clearly outline the theme of the
workshop, its emerging nature, expected outcomes, and at least five
panel participants. Each workshop will run for about two and half
hours. Workshop participants will have the possibility of submitting
two-page papers for review process for the papers to be included in
the conference proceedings.
Please submit your manuscript at: <a href="http://www.ask4research.info/
conference/upload.php If you have any problems with the
above web submission form, you can send the manuscript by email to
firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: ICALT2008 Submission).
ORGANIZATION, SPONSORED BY AND PROCEEDINGS
Laboratorio DEI, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
School of Industrial and Telecomunication Engineering,
Universidad of Cantabria
IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technology. IEEE Computer
IEEE Computer Society Press
* Ignacio Aedo. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
* Eduardo Mora. Universidad de Cantabria.
* Paloma D�az. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
* Kinshuk. Athabasca University.
* Darina Dicheva. Winston-Salem State University.
* Roger Hartley. University of Leeds.
* Rob Koper. Open University of the Netherlands.
* Toshio Okamoto. University of Electro-Communications.
* Demetrios Sampson.Center of Research and Technology Hellas and
University of Pireus.
* Nian Shing. National Sun Yat-sen University.
* J. Michael Spector. Florida State University.
* Laura Bravo. Universidad de Cantabria. (Local Chair)
* David D�ez. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
* Juan Manuel Dodero. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. (Local
* Tom�s Fern�ndez. Universidad de Cantabria.
* Camino Fern�ndez. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
* Carmen Padr�n. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
* Telmo Zarraonandia. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.