The 7th Pan-Hellenic Conference with International Participation "ICT in
Education" (HCICTE 2010) is the official scientific conference of the
Hellenic Association of ICT in Education (HAICTE) which aims to address the
main issues of concern within ICT in Education and e-Learning. After its
kick-off as "Informatics in Education" in Ioannina (1999), HCICTE 2010 has
been held in various cities; Patras (2000), Rhodes (2002), Athens (2004),
Thessaloniki (2006), and Limassol, Cyprus (2008). The Conference will be
held in Korinthos, a Greek city with rich history, and will be organized by
the Department of Social and Educational Policy, University of Peloponnese.
The technical program will feature keynote talks and panels, in addition to
presentations of refereed papers. All submissions, except invited talks, are
subject to a blind refereeing process. Acceptance of any contribution will
be primarily based on its originality, significance and quality. All
accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings.
Selected papers will be considered for publication to
a book entitled "Research on e-Learning and ICT in
Education: Technological, Pedagogical and Instructional
Issues", published by Springer
a special issue of
Themes in Science and Technology Education, ISSN 1791-3721.
Topics of interest
HCICTE 2010 covers technical, pedagogical, organizational, instructional, as
well as policy aspects of ICT in Education and e-Learning. Special emphasis
is given to applied research relevant to educational practice guided by the
educational realities in schools, colleges, universities and informal
learning organizations. In a more generic scope, the Conference aims to
encompass broader issues determining ICT integration in practice, including
learning and teaching, curriculum and instructional design, learning media
and environments, teacher education and professional development, assessment
and evaluation, etc.
HCICTE 2010 aims to serve as a forum for academicians and researchers from
around the world to present their current work. The Conference especially
welcomes articles coming from the Greek Diaspora as well as the
Main topics of interest include but are not limited to
· ICT-based Learning
· Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
· Learning, eLearning and Pedagogy
· Learning Technologies
· ICT and Instructional Design
· E-Content - Development and Delivery
· 21st century Education - Educational policy and ICT
· Education for sustainable development, Sustainable School and ICT
· ICT and Teachers' Professional Development
· Sociology of Education and ICT
· ICT-enhanced Science Education
· ICT-enhanced Language Learning
· Educational Gaming
· Virtual Learning Environments
· Web 2.0 applications in Education
· Social Networks for Learning and Knowledge Sharing
· Wireless, Mobile and Ubiquitous Technologies for Learning
· E-learning in Higher and Tertiary Education
· E-learning and lifelong Learning
· ICT and lifelong Learning
· Distance Learning - Models, Systems and Architectures
· Digital Literacy and Digital Competence
· e-Assessment - Theories and Methodologies
However, innovative contributions that don't fit into these areas will also
be considered since they might be of benefit to conference attendees.
Call for Papers
Authors are invited to submit original papers on research results or novel
applications of ICT in education and e-learning. The Conference will be
composed of several types of contributions:
Keynote Talks: These will be invited contributions from well-known scholars
and scientists in the field. An abstract will be included in the conference
Full Papers: These include mainly accomplished original research results and
may have 8 pages at maximum.
Short Papers: These are mostly composed of work in progress reports, fresh
developments, individual projects or on-going work of PhD students. They
have 4 pages at maximum.
Panels: Discussions on selected topics will be held. A proposal of maximum
250 words is expected.
· The papers should be written in Greek or in English, the official
languages of the Conference.
· There is a limit of four contributed papers per author.
· Contributions will only be published at Conference publications if
at least one author per paper is registered before the 15th of June 2010.
· The page limits above include authors' information, abstract (no
more than 200 words), tables, figures, references, etc.
· Authors should follow the references' format (APA style), in the
body of the manuscript and in the references section at the end of the paper
as well. Every reference should be clearly indicated in the text and should
be present at an alphabetical order in the references section.
· For camera-ready manuscript authors should use the HCICTE 2010
Submission deadline: April 30, 2010
Author's Notification: May 15, 2010
Final Camera-Ready Submission: June 15, 2010
Author's Registration: Until June 15, 2010
Early Registration: Until July 15, 2010
Late Registration: After July 15, 2010
Conference: September 23-26, 2010, Korinthos, Greece
Jimoyiannis A., University of Peloponnese