Wednesday 14 May 2014

Call for papers and presentations on #mobile and online learning

Interesting conference options for all of us researching mobile, online, and technology enhanced learning.

mLearn 2014 conference
Dates of conference: 3 - 5 November 2014
Location: Kadir-Has University, Istanbul, Turkey (which is a WONDERFUL location with GREAT researchers!)
Deadline: 19 May 2014
Submitting a paper can be done here.
The conference follows a double blind peer review process.

More about the conference:
Conference website can be found here.
mLearn was the first conference on mobile and contextual learning and has developed to be the premier meeting point for interested researchers, practitioners and decision makers busy with mobile learning around the world. Backed-up by the International Association for Mobile Learning (IAMLEARN) the conference has an impressive history of focus topics, keynote speakers and scientific contributions.

The conference programme will highlight keynote talks, symposia/workshops, plenary sessions, parallel presentations, roundtables and debates, special focus sessions, poster sessions, technology and product/service demonstrations. Submissions are invited for:

· Long papers (10 – 14 pages)
· Short papers (5 – 8 pages)
· Posters (2 pages)
· Workshops (3 pages)
· Tutorials (2 pages)
· Industry showcases (1-2 pages)
· Doctoral Consortium (4 pages)

Papers need to have at least 4 pages to be included in the proceedings. Submissions for mLearn 2014 are handled through EasyChairAll contributions will be reviewed in a double-blind peer-review process. All accepted papers and posters will published in the conference proceedings.You can view the full proceedings of mLearn 2012 here, the ones from mLearn 2013 here.

Sloan Consortium annual conference
Dates of conference: 29 - 31 October 2014
Location: Orlando, Florida
Deadline: 19 May 2014
Submitting a presentation can be done here.

More about the conference
Conference website can be viewed here.
The conference program will offer a full complement of presentations that reflect the implications for the field of specific e-learning experience and practices. Keynote and plenary addresses, as well as pre-conference workshops, featured sessions, information sessions, Best-in-Track presentations, and poster presentations will address blended learning, issues of diversity, international applications of online learning, open educational resources, social networking, online learning and community colleges, and K-12 online education as well as other topics of common interest.

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