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*5th International Conference on Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional 
**Pedagogical approaches, ludic and co-design strategies & tools 
supporting smart learning ecosystems and smart education*

*May 25-27, 2020*
/*Bucharest, Romania*/ <>

1st: mihai [dot] dascalu [at] upb [dot] ro /(conference chair)/
2nd: aslerd [dot] org [at] gmail [dot] com

Registration form <> is 
now available

• *Albert Sangrà Morer*: (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya)
• *Nic Nistor*: (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
/(How smart are online communities? A Learning Sciences perspective)/

Deadline for paper submission: *February 10, 2020*
*call for papers <>

*SLERD 2020* includes also
the forth edition of the
*Student Design Contest**
Deadline for submission of ideas for the Student Design Contest: 
February 15, 2020
call for ideas <>
free attendance and stay for the finalists - 500 € for the winner

*SLERD 2020 on May 25 wil host also special tracks and workshops

*SLERD 2020* is organized by /University Politehnica of Bucharest /in 
collaboration with /ASLERD/ <>/./

*SLERD 2020* is proud to invite and welcome contributions from 
researchers and practitioners that  foster the development of/smart 
learning ecosystems/and/smart education/to help/learning places/to 
recover their central role in the/education of future citizens/, and in 
the promotion of /social innovation/and/territorial development/. We 
welcome contributions from people that fight to reify the above vision 
and to achievea better learning for a better 
a contribution to theUnited Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable 
Development Goals 

/*Short Intro*/

/Smart /referred to /learning ecosystems,/ in ASLERD and SLERD contexts, 
does not simply means “technology enhanced”. The smartness is a more 
complex multilayered construct related to the wellbeing of the players 
operating in the ecosystems and is affected by the improvement of any 
relevant aspects of the learning processes and ecosystem functioning, 
especially if connected with territorial development and social innovation.
Technologies are mediators. Hopefully they should be included but they 
are not a “sine qua non”.
The achievement of the learning ecosystems’ smartness is a process that 
need a long term vision, multidisciplinary competences, an attitude to 
understand people and contexts and to mediate point of views, a dynamic 
resilience to keep on track to achieve, step by step, the foreseen goals.
*//*Topics of interests*/

can be grouped under three big themes:

/*• places for smart education


  * future of institutional learning
  * interplay between formal and informal learning
  * new educational models and settings
  * continuity-discontinuity of time, technology, place/space, process
    in learning
  * role of and case studies of games and gamification in education
  * dual education and other alternate scheme approaches
  * monitoring and benchmarking of smartness (individual, institution,
    city, region)

/*• people in place centered design for smart education*/

  * general frameworks and methodological advancement
  * design, data and other relevant literacies
  * literacies, skill and competences of smart citizens
  * communities and co-design in smart learning
  * sharing & participatory practices
  * open access to any resource and disparity
  * cultural influences

/*• supportive learning technologies for smart education*/

  * intelligent tutoring systems and interfaces
  * semantic web technologies and applications for
  * text and opinion mining and sentiment analysis
  * virtual communities and social network analysis
  * interoperability and application of open & smart data and services
  * safety & security in education
  * IoT, ubiquitous and wearable technologies
  * role of VR in education

/*Important dates:*/

• Deadline for papers submission: *February 10, 2020*
• Notification to the authors: March 20, 2020
• Camera ready paper: March 31, 2020
• Conference: May 25-27, 2020

*Proceedings*, as for previous editions, will be published by *Springer* 
in the Series *Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies* that will be 
indexed by SCOPUS, EI-Compendex and Springerlink.

*Extended version of selected papers* will be also included in a 
*special issue of IxD&A Journal* (ISSN 1826-9745, e-ISSN 2283-2998) that 
is indexed by SCOPUS and Emerging Sources of Web of Science

SLERD welcomes short (max. 8 pages) and long contributions (max. 12 pages).

Papers should be written according to the */Spinger Instruction for 
Authors/* of the  series /Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies/:

Link to the /*paper submission page on easy chair:*/

Join ALSLERD and share our vision on the future of Smart Learning 
Ecosystems: Timisoara declaration 

See ASLERD website for
Request of membership, membership fees and legal

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