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TEL Papers/Chapters 2012 : Call for Chapters/Papers on Technology Enhanced Learning

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Abstract Registration Due Sep 20, 2012
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Call For Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS on Technology Enhanced Learning for

(1) an edited book entitled "Technological and Social Environments for Interactive Learning" to be published by Informing Science Press, Santa Rosa, CA, USA
(2) the Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management (IJIKM, http://ijikm.org)

Proposals Submission Deadline: 20 SEPTEMBER 2012
Full Chapters Due: 20 OCTOBER 2012

URL: http://jelenajovanovic.net/tel-cfp-2012.html


AIM & SCOPE

Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) is a very broad and increasingly mature research field. It encompasses a variety of research topics, ranging from the study of different pedagogical approaches, teaching techniques and strategies for online learning to the application of advanced technologies in educational settings (e.g., different kinds of mobile devices, sensors and sensor networks that provide the technical foundation for context-aware, ubiquitous learning). The TEL community has also been exploring the use of Artificial Intelligence technologies and techniques for the development of intelligent learning environments capable of adapting to the learners' needs and preferences and providing learners with personalized learning experience. Recognizing the potential of online social networks, social media and Web-based social software tools as learning platforms for online education, the TEL community has poured significant time and effort into researching how these popular technologies could be combined with appropriate pedagogical approaches to make learning experience more engaging, satisfying and successful. Among the most important results of these research efforts are personal learning environments that allow learners to create mash-ups of diverse social software tools based on their own needs and preferences, as well as to create and maintain their online learning networks. Undeniably, technological advances are making education more accessible to an increasing number of people worldwide; to fully exploit the huge benefit the technology is offering, the TEL community is exploring efficient approaches for adapting learning resources to address language, generation and cultural specificities. Aiming to make learning accessible to all, the community has also focused on the development of solutions for learners with special needs. Finally, it should be noted that all the above mentioned research efforts of the TEL community are finding their applications in different learning contexts and domains, including formal education and informal learning, as well as workplace learning in small, medium and large companies.

Since the scope of TEL research is constantly evolving, the above given overview of the current research efforts does not aim to be exhaustive by any means. Instead, its purpose is to give some insights into the breadth of research topics and challenges that the edited book aims to cover. Accordingly, the recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

Technological Foundation for Advanced Educational Solutions
- Social software and social computing
- Semantic technologies (including Semantic Web technologies and natural language processing)
- Mobile technologies, sensors, context-aware and ubiquitous computing
- Educational data mining and learning analytics
- Technologies for interoperability, sharing and integration of educational resources
- Learner modeling and other technologies for personalization and adaptation
- Open learning content and tools

Pedagogical Foundation for Advanced Educational Solutions
- Collaborative learning and knowledge building
- Problem- and project-based learning
- Learner motivation and engagement
- Game-based learning
- Learning design and different design approaches

Individual and Organizational Learning
- Self-regulated learning
- Communities of learners & Communities of practice
- Knowledge management and organizational learning
- Lifelong learning
- Informal learning

Accommodating Diversities
- Accessible learning for all
- Addressing language, generation and cultural differences


SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

Prospective authors interested to contribute to the edited book are invited to submit on or before September 20, 2012 a 1-page proposal to jeljov@gmail.com (cc. rchiong@swin.edu.au) clearly explaining the mission and concerns of the proposed chapter. Full chapters are expected to be submitted by October 20, 2012. All submitted chapters will be reviewed by by two (2) to three (3) reviewers and the final decision of acceptance or rejection will be based on their recommendations.

For general submissions to IJIKM, please visit: http://ijikm.org


EDITORS

Jelena JOVANOVIC, jeljov@gmail.com
Faculty of Organizational Sciences
University of Belgrade
Jove Ilica 154
11000 Belgrade
SERBIA

Raymond CHIONG, rchiong@swin.edu.au
Faculty of Higher Education
Swinburne University of Technology
50 Melba Avenue, Lilydale
Victoria 3140
AUSTRALIA


EDITORIAL BOARD

Jacqueline Bourdeau, Télé-université, UQAM, Canada
Tantatape Brahmasrene, Purdue University North Central, USA
Nicole Buzzetto-More, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA
Cyrille Desmoulins, Université Joseph Fourier, France
Vladan Devedzic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Darina Dicheva, Winston-Salem State University, USA
Jon Dron, Athabasca University, Canada
Martin Ebner, TU Graz, Austria
Dragan Gasevic, Athabasca University, Canada
Monique Grandbastien, Université Henri Poincaré, France
Marek Hatala, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Seiji Isotani, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Zoran Jeremic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Suhong Li, Bryant University, USA
June Lu, University of Houston-Victoria, USA
Riichiro Mizoguchi, Osaka University, Japan
Kai Pata, Tallinn University, Estonia
Demetrios G Sampson, University of Piraeus, Greece
Shouhong Wang, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA
Thomas Weise, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Janice Whatley, University of Salford, UK
Fridolin Wild, Knowledge Media Institute, UK

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