The annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers is one of the premier opportunities for scholars and researchers of all things Internet, as well as related new media technologies and practices. It is a forum to meet, present research, network and share ideas in a cooperative, multidisciplinary environment.
EDEN invites you to explore the educational landscape, now loud with catchwords about the "hot technology tools”, the Web 2.0, aggregators, collaborative content creation, writing and bookmarking, at its 2007 Annual Conference in Naples, Italy.
ICEL 2007, the Second International Conference on e-Learning, is a conference designed to bring together groups of people with different perspectives, to explore and improve the field of e-learning in both its research and practice.
ALT-C 2007 is the 14th International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology. ALT is a professional and scholarly association which seeks to bring together all those with an interest in the use of learning technology.
Abstracts for research papers: 14 February 2007
Abstracts for short papers, symposia, workshops, demonstrations and posters: 28 February 2007
On 28 February 2007 Location: Special issue of 'Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning"
The editors invite scholarly articles on learning that takes place within communities and sociotechnical design for this learning, to be considered for a special issue of Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning. Studies of learning in online communities and studies of community-oriented approaches in educational settings are acceptable, as are studies of learning in communities of practice, communities of interest, or groups defined in other ways. Papers should state the authors’ position concerning how learning takes place by virtue of the community setting (editors prefer papers in which community is intrinsic to the learning studied). Although there is a preference for contributions that are grounded in empirical evidence, strong theoretical papers will also be considered. Methodologies from diverse research traditions are acceptable, provided that the quality of work is convincing to researchers within the given tradition and the presentation is comprehensible to readers outside of the tradition.
On 28 February 2007 Location: University of West Bohemia, Pizen, Czech Republic
The International Conference on Object Oriented Technologies aims at bringing together practitioners and researchers from academia and the industry to discuss the latest developments in object oriented technologies and advance the state of the art in the research on related technologies. Interest in these topics has been continuously growing as a consequence of the importance and the ubiquity of object-oriented technologies.