ICE 2013 : PELS International Congress on eLearning 2013
Call For Papers
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ABOUT THE CONGRESS
The International Congress on eLearning 2013 hosted by the Philippine eLearning Society (PeLS) is a forum for an international exchange of research, innovation, experiences and best practices in eLearning. The Philippine eLearning Society (PeLS) has been the country’s leading organization in promoting the development of eLearning competencies through education, training and collaboration among various stakeholders in government, industry and academe.
The theme of the congress is “The eLearning Q.U.E.S.T: Harmonizing the Elements of a Global Knowledged Society." In the last decade, countries have focused on evolving into knowledge societies and developments in information and communication technology (ICT) have opened more opportunities for borderless collaboration and co-creation. In this stage of growing interdependence and multidisciplinary perspectives, there is a need to synergize the requisite components to nurture a global knowledge society. This congress aims to provide a collaborative model of teaching and learning online by determining the many elements that must be managed to create eLearning programs and to stimulate participation across diversity.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Various stakeholders in the eLearning practice from educators in basic to higher education, non-formal training, and industry, trainers, researchers, media specialists, instructional designers, school administrators, policy makers, industry partners and students are encouraged to participate in this congress by submitting and presenting papers. These papers may be in the form of empirical research, case studies, or frameworks for decision-making regarding the application of information and communication technologies for education and training.
UBIQUITY OF ELEARNING ACCESS
Accessibility of eLearning
Personal Learning Environments
ELEARNING QUALITY ASSURANCE
Assessment and Evaluation
eLearning Management Strategies
eLearning Policy Development
Intellectual Property Rights
Learning Management Systems
Social Media eLearning
ELEARNING ON EQUALITY & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Papers can be presented in any of these parallel sessions:
● Paper Presentation: This is best suited for completed research and scholarly work. Individual paper presentations are organized around a theme. Each presenter will be given 15 minutes to discuss his/her work and five minutes for Q&A.
● Poster Presentation: This is ideally intended for current research projects or works in progress more suited to visual displays. Presenters will be assigned an area within the congress venue where they can set up their posters and time to discuss and entertain questions.
● Roundtable Discussion: Three to four authors presenting on related topics will have an assigned table during a session to review and discuss the ideas, frameworks, and perspectives underlying their work with interested delegates who gather at the table.
● Virtual Presentation: For individuals who want to participate but have travel constraints. Presentations can be in the form of powerpoint presentations, video or screencasts and will be made available during and after the congress. An online Q&A facility will be set up to allow virtual presenters to answer questions.
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