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JUCSMOOC 2014 : JUCS: Special Issue on Massive Open Online Courses: Combining Methodologies and Architectures for Success Learning

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Link: http://www.jucs.org/ujs/jucs/info/special_issues/JUCS_MOOC_CfP.pdf
 
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Submission Deadline Jul 6, 2014
Notification Due Oct 19, 2014
Final Version Due Nov 16, 2014
Categories    MOOC   learning analytics   e-learning    cloud services
 

Call For Papers

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Special Issue on Massive Open Online Courses: Combining Methodologies and Architectures for Success Learning - Journal of Universal Computer Science (JUCS)
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Introduction:

Through this special issue we would like to promote a formal and research-sustained dialogue about what MOOCs mean in ICT-based education, with special emphasis in Technological Frameworks / Architectures, Assessment, Gamification, Analytics, Cloud Services and Resources, Universal Design and Accessibility.

Some suggested, but not limited topics are:

- Technological models and frameworks to support MOOCs.
- Assessment (different types of assessment approaches and technologies).
- MOOCs scalability and quality assurance models at the pedagogical and technical level, supported by innovative technology.
- Cloud Services and Resources (the use of innovative Web 2.0 applications and resources that can be orchestrated through interoperable API's to the MOOC learning environment).
- Learning Analytics.
- Gamification and Social Learning artefacts.
- Universal Design and Accessibility issues in MOOCs contents and platforms.
- Adaptive policies for managing different participant profiles.
- Pedagogical issues, tutoring roles and human interaction in MOOCs development.
- Security and accreditation models.

Important dates:

- Paper submission: July 6th 2014
- Notification to authors: October 19th 2014
- Submission of revised papers: November 16th 2014
- Publication: January 2015

Instructions for authors:

All submissions have to be related and present technological advances for MOOCs with a pedagogical sound foundation. Submissions that present among the technical advances, real test-bed use cases, are encouraged and will have higher qualification.

Manuscripts should not exceed 18 pages. Papers should be prepared according to the JUCS's guidelines for authors available at http://www.jucs.org/jucs_info/submissions.

Submit your work for a blind review process by at least 3 reviewers.

Papers must be submitted via EasyChair:
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jucsmooc14

For more information visit: http://www.jucs.org/ujs/jucs/info/special_issues/JUCS_MOOC_CfP.pdf

Guest Editors:
Al Essa, Vice President, Analytics, Research and Development, McGraw-Hill Education, USA
Carlos Delgado Kloss, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, SPAIN
Francisco J. García-Peñalvo, Director GRIAL, University of Salamanca, SPAIN
Rocael Hernández-Rizzardini, Director GES, Galileo University, GUATEMALA

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