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5th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2005)
July 5-8, 2005
Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Also includes:
* 3rd International Workshop on Technology for Education in Developing Countries
* 4th International Conference on Educational Technology in Cultural Context

* Important Dates

February 4, 2005 - Paper submission
March 25, 2005   - Notification of acceptance
April 15, 2005   - Copyright form submission
April 15, 2005   - Final camera-ready manuscript
April 29, 2005   - Author registration deadline

** Proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press. **

Theme: "Next generation e-learning systems: intelligent applications and smart design"

The conference will bring together people who are working on the design, development,
use and evaluation of technologies that will be the foundation of the next generation
of e-learning systems and technology-enhanced learning environments.

We invite submission of papers reporting original academic or industrial research in
the area of Advanced Learning Technologies. All papers will be peer-reviewed. Complete
papers will be required for review process; only abstracts will not be sufficient.

All authors of accepted submissions will be required to complete IEEE Copyright Form.
Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions for a Special
Issue of the SSCI indexed Journal of Educational Technology & Society (ISSN 1436-4522).

* Topics of Interest

Adaptivity in Learning Systems
Advanced Uses of Multimedia and Hypermedia
Architecture of Context Aware Learning Technology Systems
Artificial Intelligence Tools for Contextual Learning
Building Learning Communities
Concretizing Technologies (e.g. Robotics) in Learning
Educational Modelling Languages
Educational Paradigms
Information Retrieval and Visualization Methods for Learning
Instructional Design Theories
Interactive Learning Systems
Learning Objects for Personalised Learning
Media for Learning in Multicultural Settings
Metadata for Learning Resources
Mobile Learning Applications
Participatory Simulations
Pedagogical and Organisational Frameworks
Peer-to-Peer Learning Applications
Socially Intelligent Agents
Technology-Facilitated Learning in Complex Domains
Virtual Spaces for Learning Communities

* Program Co-Chairs

Demetrios G Sampson, University of Piraeus and CERTH, Greece
Peter Goodyear, University of Sydney, Australia

* Paper Submissions

Submissions are invited in the following categories:

- Full paper: 5 pages
- Short paper: 3 pages
- Posters: 2 pages
- Tutorial proposals: 2 pages
- Panel proposals: 2 pages
- Workshop: 2 pages

Submission information is available at:

* Highlights

ICALT2005 will also host following activities:

- "3rd International Workshop on Technology for Education in Developing Countries"
    In developing countries, conditions, constraints, and resources differ sharply
    with industrialized nations, creating special challenges for the technical and
    educational research communities. The goal of this international workshop is
    to bring together researchers, and educators to discuss various issues involved
    in developing new techniques and on novel uses of technology for education in
    developing countries.

- "4th International Conference on Educational Technology in Cultural Context"
    The ETCC conference focuses on issues of cultural context in the application
    of educational technology. The initiators of the conference wish to bring
    together experts, especially those in the field of computer science, education,
    humanities and cultural studies, with a specific interest in discussing the
    application of educational technology in various cultural contexts. The issue
    involves both pedagogic and technological points of view.

* For general information, please contact:

Dr. Maiga Chang
Office of e-Learning National Project
P.O. Box 12-162, Chung-Li, 320, Taiwan
Tel: +886 3 4227151-ext 4750
Fax: +886 3 4260120
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