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[Our apologies if you unintentionally receive multiple copies of this CFP.
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IEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile
Technologies in Education (WMTE 2002).
August 29-30, 2002, Teleborg Campus, Vxj University,
Vxj, Sweden

** Sponsored by
IEEE Learning Technology Task Force

The IEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in
Education (WMTE 2002) will bring together researchers, academics and
industry practitioners who are involved or interested in the design and
development of Wireless and Mobile Learning Technologies.
Understanding of the challenges faced in providing technology tools to
support the learning process and ease the creation of instruction material
using mobile technologies will help building a direction for further
and implementation work.

It is expected that the workshop will promote a very intensive interaction
among those attending it, giving ample time to discuss papers. Each full
paper will have a 30-minutes slot for presentation and discussion. Short
papers and work in progress will have 20 minutes. In both cases, a
moderator will present his/her view of the paper to initiate the discussion.

The Workshop Proceedings will include contributions accepted by the
International Program Committee, and will be published by the IEEE
Computer Society Press.

** Topics of Interest
The topics of interest related to the conference theme include but are not
limited to:

Architecture of mobile learning systems
New emerging wireless technologies
Ubiquitous computing and integrated learning environments
Innovative use of wireless and mobile technologies for learning
Mobile agents for learning
Practical uses of wireless and mobile technologies
Groupware solutions for collaborative learning
Learner-supportive interfaces for mobile applications
Evaluation of mobile learning systems

** Program Co-Chairs
Ulrich Hoppe, University of Duisburg, Germany, and Vxj University, Sweden
Marcelo Milrad, Vxj University and Framkom, Sweden

** Program Committee
Ari Alamaki, Tietoenator, Finland
Gerardo Ayala, Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, Mexico
Nelson Baloian, Universidad de Chile, Chile
Anders Borberg, Ume University, Sweden
Tak-Wai Chan, National Central University, Taiwan
Alain Derycke, University of Lille, France
Gerhard Fischer, University of Colorado, USA
Kristian Folkman, REN & Telenor, Norway,
Ulrich Hoppe, Duisburg University, Germany
Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand
Manolis Koutlis, CTI, Patras, Greece
Jason Leigh, University of Illinois, USA
Marcelo Milrad, Vxj University and Framkom, Sweden
Steve Molyneux, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Miguel Nussbaum, Universidad Catlica, Chile
Lars Oestreicher, Uppsala University and Framkom, Sweden
Hiroaki Ogata, University of Tokushima, Japan
Jeremy Roschelle, SRI International, USA
Masanori Sugimoto, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
Bob Tinker, The Concord Consortium, USA
Eilif Trondsen, SRI Consulting, USA
Julita Vassileva, ARIES Lab, University of Saskatchewan, Sakatoon, Canada

** Submissions
Submissions are invited in following categories:
- Full Papers (8 pages)
- Short Papers / Work in Progress (4 pages)
- Interactive Posters (2 page descriptions)

** Important dates:
Submissions due:                   April 11, 2002
Notification of acceptance:     May 3, 2002
Final articles due:                   June 1, 2002
Workshop:                            August 29-30, 2002

**Submission Guidelines
Authors are encouraged to submit papers according to the different
categories as described above. All papers will have an extra cover
page. Over-length papers may be rejected without review. While
preparing manuscripts, the authors are required to follow IEEE
Computer Society Press guidelines, which are available at:

All papers should be submitted electronically. PDF and Word formats are
preferred (optionally zipped), but other formats may also be accepted at the
discretion of the Program Chairs. If you have any query for submission,
please contact the Program Chairs.

The cover page of the paper should contain following information:
- Title of the paper
- Author names with affiliation, postal and email addresses, phone and fax
- Name and email of contact author
- Abstract of no more than 200 words

The papers should be submitted electronically to the following e-mail
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Further information and more details about the workshop are available at
the conference website: