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ACM SAC - iLearn 2011 : ACM SAC - Track on Intelligent, Interactive and Innovative Learning environments


When Mar 21, 2011 - Mar 25, 2011
Where Taiwan
Submission Deadline Aug 24, 2010
Notification Due Oct 12, 2010
Final Version Due Nov 2, 2010
Categories    computer science   education   human-computer interaction   artificial intelligence

Call For Papers

ACM Symposium On Applied Computing
Track on Intelligent, Interactive and Innovative Learning environments

Important Dates
Aug 24, 2010: Submission of papers
Oct 12, 2010: Author notification
Nov 02, 2010: Camera?ready copies
Mar 21, 2011: Conference

With the advent of powerful computing technologies, including the World Wide Web (WWW), computer-based learning environments have become more intelligent, flexible, mobile and ubiquitous. Computers, TVs, mobile phones, games, consoles, and other technologies can be transformed into smart learning environments with great potential to help students.

The expectation is that intelligent, interactive and innovative learning environments will eventually enable the realization of AAAL – Anytime, Anywhere, Anybody Learning, using most of the WWW resources and collecting inputs from the real world to create better and more personalized learning environments. Such expectation is consistent with that of the advancement of the WWW itself. Such trends facilitate the use of WWW content and resources as knowledge that can be interpreted by computers and learned by people. It is also expected that new technologies will emerge that will enable students with special needs and students in developing countries and rural areas to learn effectively even in the harshest of conditions, making the best use of teachers’ and students’ time and effort.

To achieve AAAL there is a need to find ways to integrate major advances in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Data Mining, Human-Computer Interaction and other sub-areas of Computer Science with smart devices in order to leverage the development of intelligent/innovative learning environments.

The aim of the ACM SAC Track on Intelligent, Interactive and Innovative Learning environments is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia, industry and schools to think together and share their visions of the next generation of educational technologies that will meet students’ needs in the 21st century.

Tha ACM SAC will be held on the campus of Tunghai University, TaiChung, Taiwan from March 21 to March 25, 2011.

Topics of Interest
We are particularly interested in technological advances in computer science, engineering and related fields that can be applied to leverage current learning systems on architectural, technological and philosophical levels. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Architectures and frameworks for intelligent learning environments
Tools and languages to support instructional and learning design
Semantic Web, Social Semantic Web and Web 2.0 in education
Distance Education
Innovative ways to analyze students’ learning
New approaches for group/individual assessment
Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning(CSCL)
Educational games (Edutainment)
Literacy technologies
Assistive Technologies
Technology in the developing world
Adaptive hypermedia in Education
Educational interactive technologies
User modeling, adaptation and personalization
Mobile and ubiquitous computing for learning
Human-Computer Interaction and Computer Vision applied to education
Application/evaluation of learning environments in specific domains
AI in Education
Educational data mining
Intelligent authoring/tutoring systems
Pedagogical agents and mutiagent systems


Authors should follow the ACM format at

Submissions should not exceed five (5) double-column pages (with the option, at additional expense of USD 80 per page, to add three more pages). Accepted papers will be published in the ACM SAC proceedings and widely available through the ACM Digital Library.

Submit your paper electronically in PDF via the START Conference Manager at

For further information contact Seiji Isotani:

Program Committee

Alan Pedro (Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil)
Alexandra Cristea (University of Warwick, UK)
Anarosa Brandao (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Barbara Wasson (Univ. of Bergen, Norway)
Beverly Wolf (University of Massachusetts, USA)
Chad Lane (University of Southern California, USA)
Chao-Lin Liu (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)
Chin-Chung Tsai (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)
Daniel Krause (L3S, Germany)
Darina Dicheva (Winston Salem State University, USA)
Davinia Hernandez-Leo (Pompeu Fabra University, Spain)
Demetrios Sampson (Univ. of Piraeus, Greece)
Dragan Gasevic (Athabasca University, Canada)
Darren Pearce (University of London, UK)
Emmanuel G. Blanchard (Mcgill University, Canada)
Evandro Costa (Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil)
Felipe Meneguzzi (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
George Magoulas (University of London, UK)
Gordon McCalla (University of Saskatchewan, Canada)
Hugo Fuks (PUC-Rio, Brazil)
Ig Ibert Bittencourt (Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil)
Jacqueline Bourdeau (TELUQ-UQAM, Canada)
Jelena Jovanovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro)
Jesus G. Boticario (UNED, Spain)
Julita Vassileva (University of Saskatchewan, Canada)
Junia Anacleto (Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil)
Kinshuk (Athabasca University, Canada)
Leonidas Brandao (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Maria da Graça Campos Pimentel (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Manolis Mavrikis (University of London, UK)
Mihaela Cocea (University of London, UK)
Niels Pinkwart (Clausthal University of Technology, Germany)
Olga Santos (UNED, Spain)
Oscar Martinez Bonastre (Miguel Hernandez University of Elche, Spain )
Patrick Brito (Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil)
Peter Dolog (Aalborg University, Denmark)
Paul Brna (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Riichiro Mizoguchi (University of Osaka, Japan)
Roger Nkambou (University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada)
Rosario Girardi (Federal University of Maranhao, Brazil)
Rossi Setchi (Cardiff, UK)
Ryan Baker (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA)
Sabine Graf (Athabasca University, Canada)
Seiji Isotani (Carnegie Mello University, USA)
Sergio Crespo (UNISINOS, Brazil)
Sergey Sosnovsky (University of Saarland, Germany)
Sharon Hsiao (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
Stefano Cerri (LIRMM – Montpellier, França)
Stephan Weibelzahl (National College of Ireland, Ireland)
WeiQin Chen (University of Bergen, Norway)
Yusuke Hayashi (University of Osaka, Japan)

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