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International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2001)
6-8 August 2001
Madison, Wisconsin, USA
http://lttf.ieee.org/icalt2001/

** Sponsored by
IEEE Learning Technology Task Force
IEEE Computer Society (approval pending)
University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

** Supported by
IEEE Learning Technology Standard Committee
Army Reserve Readiness Training Center, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, USA

** Proceedings published by
IEEE Computer Society Press


** Conference theme

"ADVANCED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES: ISSUES, ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES"

The rapidly increasing interest in advanced learning technologies provide
many challenges to those engaged in research and development. On the one
hand the capabilities of digital technologies in providing and
contributing to learning environments are opening up new approaches that
utilise, for example, multimedia, virtuality and collaborative methods of
knowledge management. On the other hand the changing and increasing
demands of education in this technological age require practical
techniques and applications that benefit a wider range of abilities,
learning styles and organisations.

Where should the computer be placed in these developments and what roles
should it undertake in learning environments? What theories and
representations should underpin research and what are the fruitful
directions to follow and exploit? How should the adaptive intelligences
of computing systems and teachers/students interact and collaborate?
What pedagogies are appropriate and useful to guide applications and
what tools and media are required for developers, teachers and students?
Also evaluation is an important but often neglected issue, but what
methods are appropriate to provide guidance and empowerment to these
advances in learning technologies and their implementations?

ICALT 2001 invites submissions with a good theoretical base or formalism
that present new, yet unpublished, solid achievements based on
experiments, that come to answer concretely one or more of the questions
above or can point to possible answers. Survey papers are also accepted,
if they are well documented, make a contribution to the field, and reveal
new aspects and perspectives, as well as future directions.


** Topics of Interest
The focus of the conference is on the design and development issues of
advanced learning technologies. The topics of interest for the conference
include but are not limited to:

. Architecture of learning technology systems
. Advanced uses of multimedia and hypermedia
. Integrated learning environments
. Application of artificial intelligence tools in learning technology
. Application of metadata
. Agents technology
. Practical uses of authoring tools
. Virtual reality
. Teaching/learning strategies
. Collaborative learning/groupware
. Adaptive and intelligent applications
. Internet based systems
. Application of instructional design theories
. Evaluation of learning technology systems

The conference will focus on where the research in advance learning
technology is heading and what are the implementation challenges in
the real-world situations.


** Submissions

Submissions are invited in following categories:
- Papers
- Panels
- Tutorials
- Workshops

Details of submission procedure are available at:
http://lttf.ieee.org/icalt2001/


** Important dates:

Friday 16 February 2001 :  Paper submission
Friday 26 January 2001  :  Panel proposal submission
Friday 16 February 2001 :  Tutorial proposal submission
Friday 9 February 2001  :  Workshop proposal submission


** ICALT 2001 Committee Members

* Program Co-Chairs
Roger Hartley, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Toshio Okamoto, University of Electro-Communications, Japan

* General Chair
Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand

* Organizing Chair
John P. Klus, UW- Madison, USA

* Panel Chair
Piet Kommers, Twente University, The Netherlands

* Tutorial Chair
Chris Jesshope, Massey University, New Zealand

* Workshop Chair
Chul-Hwan Lee, Inchon National University of Education, Korea

* Steering Committee
Michael Freeman, Off. of Strategic Intiatives, Chief US Army Res, USA
Ildar Galeev, Kazan State Technological University, Russia
Roger Hartley, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Randy Hinrichs, Microsoft Research, USA
Chris Jesshope, Massey University, New Zealand
Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand
Piet Kommers, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Toshio Okamoto, University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Ashok Patel, De Montfort University, United Kingdom
Katherine Sinitsa, Intl Res.& Trng Ctr of Info.Tech.& Systems, Ukraine

* Program Committee
Rosa Maria Bottino, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Genova, Italy
Stefano Cerri, University of Montpellier II, France
Betty Collis, Twente University, The Netherlands
Jonathan Darby, Oxford University, United Kingdom
Chris Dede, Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA
Darina Dicheva, Winston-Salem State University, USA
Ben du Boulay, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Gerhard Fischer, University of Colorado, USA
Ildar Galeev, Kazan State Technological University, Russia
Peter Goodyear, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
Randy Hinrichs, Microsoft Research, USA
Ulrich Hoppe, University of Duisburg, Germany
Kouji Itoh, Tokyo Science University, Japan
Chris Jesshope, Massey University, New Zealand
W. Lewis Johnson, University of Southern California, USA
Judy Kay, University of Sydney, Australia
Badrul Khan, The George Washington University, USA
Ray Kemp, Massey University, New Zealand
Alfred Kobsa, University of California, Irvine, USA
Tanja Mitrovic, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Riichiro Mizoguchi, Osaka University, Japan
Som Naidu, University of Melbourne, Australia
Toshio Okamoto, University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Ron Oliver, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Reinhard Oppermann, GMD, Germany
Valery A. Petrushin, Andersen Consulting, USA
Clark Quinn, KnowledgePlanet, USA
Roy Rada, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA
Thomas C. Reeves, University of Georgia, USA
Robby Robson, Saba Software, USA
Jeremy Roschelle, SRI International, USA
Alex Shafarenko, University of Herfordshire, United Kingdom
Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan, USA
J. Michael Spector, Syracuse University, USA
Barbara Wasson, University of Bergen, Norway
Beverly Park Woolf, University of Massachusetts, USA

* Organising Committee
John P. Klus, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
Kinshuk, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
James Goff, ARRTC-Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, USA
Patrick J. Koehler, ARRTC-Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, USA


** Contact information

* For organizational matters, please contact:
John P. Klus
Organizing Chair
Email: [log in to unmask]
UW- Madison, 432 N. Lake St.
Madison, Wi. 53706, USA
Tel: +1 608 262 8819
Fax: +1 608 263 3160

* For general information, please contact:
Kinshuk
General Chair
Email: [log in to unmask]
Information Systems Department
Massey University, Private Bag 11-222
Palmerston North, New Zealand
Tel: +64 6 350 5799 Ext 2090
Fax: +64 6 350 5725

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