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The 13th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies 

Theme: "Reshaping learning: transforming education through the fusion of 
learning and technology"

Beijing, China
July 15-18, 2013



to be published by IEEE Computer Society

Extended versions of selected Papers will be considered for publication to:
* Educational Technology and Society Journal [included in SSCI, Impact 
Factor: 1.011 as per Thomson Scientific 2011 Journal Citations Report]
* IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies [included in SSCI, Impact 
Factor: 0.823 as per Thomson Scientific 2011 Journal Citations Report]



* January 18, 2013: Submissions of papers (Full paper, Short paper, Poster)
* February 20, 2013: Authors' Notification on the review process results
* March 15, 2013: Authors' Registration Deadline
* April 15, 2013: Final Camera-Ready Manuscript and IEEE Copyright Form 



We invite submission of papers reporting original academic or industrial 
research in the area of Advanced Learning Technologies (see conference 
website for topics of interest). All papers will be peer-reviewed. 
Complete papers are required for review. The expected types of 
submissions include:

* Full paper: 5 pages
* Short paper: 3 pages
* Posters: 2 pages
* Doctoral consortium paper: 2 pages (first author must be a PhD student)
* Tutorial proposals: 2 pages (The tutorial proposal should clearly 
outline the novelty of the content, the expected audience, objectives, 
and outcomes. Each tutorial will be 3 hours.)
* Panel proposals: 2 pages (The panel proposal should clearly outline 
the theme, its significance, the expected audience, and have list of 5 
or more panelistspanellists who have agreed to participate. Each panel 
will be one and a half hour. Panel leadersists will have the possibility 
of submitting two-page papers for review and inclusion in the proceedings.)
* Workshop proposals: 2 pages (The workshop proposal should clearly 
define workshop objectives,  the expected audience,  anticipated 
outcomes, and the names and short CVs of workshop proposers. Workshop 
leaders will have the possibility of submitting two-page papers for 
review and inclusion in the proceedings).

Please submit your manuscripts at:



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