CcITA – Miami – 2014 . Call for Papers

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CcTA2014 will be the 6 th edition of the most comprehensive Hispanic-American conference focused on various aspects of research, development and applications of Technologies for Education.  The goal of this conference is to bring together the researchers from academia and industry as well as teachers and practitioners to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of new technologies for education and training. The conference is being organized in Specialized Tracks. ​CcTA2014 será la VI edición del congreso hispanoamericano más completo centrado en diversos aspectos para que la investigación, el desarrollo y las aplicaciones de las Tecnologías para la Educación  El objetivo de la conferencia es reunir a los investigadores del mundo académico y la industria, así como los profesores y los profesionales para compartir ideas, problemas y soluciones relacionados con los diversos aspectos de las nuevas tecnologías para la educación y la formación.La conferencia se organiza en base a Eventos Especializados.

Fecha final para el envío de propuestas de propuestas completas / Deadline for submitting full proposals: 3 May / May 2014
Todos los artículos aceptados serán publicados en un libro con registro ISBN. A ISBN publication with all accepted papers will be produced.

​Habrá presentaciones orales y carteles. / Oral and poster presentations will be available.
​Se aceptarán propuestas en Español, Ingles o Portugués a través de EasyChair a: Proposals are accepted in English, Spanish or Portuguese and should be submitted to:

CcITA   is organized in the following Tracks:

se organiza en base a los siguientes  sub-eventos especializados:

  • Aprendizaje con Dispositivos Móbiles / Learning with Mobile Devices 

    Dr. Jaime Muñoz  [ Movilearn ]

  • Videojuegos para el Aprendizaje / Learning with Videogames

     Dr. Francisco J. Alvarez  [ Video Games ]

  • Objetos de Aprendizaje / Learning Objects

     Dr Rafael Morales | Dr Victor G Sánchez [ TaToAje ]

  • Otras aplicaciones Informaticas para el Aprendizaje / Other Computer applications for Larning 

    Dr Victor H. Menéndez

  • Experiencias en Educacion mediada por la Tecnologia / Experiences in Technology mediated Education

     Dra Silvia J. Pech |  M.Sc  José L. Cárdenas

  • Aprendizaje de Materias Específicas / Specific Subjet Learning 

     Dr. Ramon Esperon | M.Sc. Luciano Domínguez [ Especific Matters ]

  • Educación Abierta y Tecnologías Emergentes / Open Education and Emerging Technologies. [ MEAyTE ]

     Dra Maria S. Ramírez


  • CcITA General Track 

       Dr. Javier Garcia

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Call for Papers del Journal of Educational Technology & Society. “Technology Supported Assessment in Formal and Informal Learning”

Hoy traemos a este espacio el Call for Papers  del Journal of Educational Technology & Society (ISSN: 1436‐4522 (online) and 1176‐3647 (print))

 Special Issue on “Technology Supported Assessment in Formal and Informal Learning”

 Guest Editors Prof. Dr. Jesus Garcia Laborda, Prof. Dr. Eduardo Guzman, Prof. Dr. Ronald K. Hambleton, Prof. Dr. Demetrios G Sampson

 Assessment can be considered as a systematic process of making judgments, and consequently reporting results, either about the effectiveness (with respect to achievement of intended learning outcomes) of learning and educational processes (ranging from formally established educational programs to informal learning experiences), or about individual students’ progress toward attainment of established educational objectives. Technology holds the potential to facilitate assessment implementation and maximize the benefits for all involved stakeholders. Cases of technology‐enabled assessment are traced back to the use of the abacus and writing techniques for evaluating knowledge acquisition more than 2000 years ago. However, the use of technology alone, without being followed by the necessary paradigm shifts, cannot result to a significant effect in learning and teaching. The sometimes divergent evidence reported indicate the need for re‐conceptualizing the ways in which technology should support both learning and assessment. Today, typically, learners and teachers use technology for accessing learning resources or submitting assigned homework, whereas technology has the potential to facilitate engagement in meaningful and authentic learning experiences and methods of keeping track of their levels of achievement. Technology is a vehicle that has the potential to help toward effectively meeting learning and assessment needs. However, this potential cannot be realized without taking account of the fact that learning and consequently assessment takes
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CALL FOR PAPERS Entornos digitales y ayuda educativa Revista Infancia y Aprendizaje.

Hoy traemos a este espacio el CALL FOR PAPERS  Entornos digitales y ayuda educativa Revista Infancia y Aprendizaje. Journal for the Study of Education and Development

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Call for #eLearning Papers: … articles on Mobile Learning open until November 19th

Mobile Learning (Deadline November 19th, 2012)

Today’s youth are growing up in a world very different from the world their teachers or parents knew when they were young. Where and how they learn is changing as mobile learning and social networking become part of their every day life. Ubiquitous access to social media, tools and knowledge resources is taken for granted, while passive teacher-directed work dominates life at school.

Open, social and participatory media have significant potential to transform learning and teaching. They offer numerous ways to communicate, collaborate and connect with peers. The range of free educational resources and tools is rapidly increasing. Cloud computing has enabled free or inexpensive access to applications that were once available only to those who were willing to pay premium license fees.

The gap between the potential and actual use of technology in education is a paradox. eLearning Papers seeks to facilitate the sharing of innovative and creative uses of technology to support learning among its readers. The upcoming 32nd issue focuses on mobile technology applications and their potential to enhance learning within the broad spectrum of education and training. Papers are welcome on any aspects related to the use of open, social and participatory media, cloud computing or mobile learning. Some suggested focus areas  are listed below.
  • How do mobile devices enhance learning and creativity?
  • Mobile learning and creative classrooms
  • OER for mobile learning
  • Mobile learning management models and strategies
  • Learning design for mobile learning
  • Mobile learning platforms, devices and operating systems
  • Authoring tools and technologies for mobile learning
  • Content design and development for mobile learning
  • Platform specific applications for learning
  • Augmented reality in education
  • Mixed reality and mobile devices supporting learning
  • Mobile devices and schoolwork, in classrooms and beyond
  • Mobile devices supporting performance and learning at work
  • Low-tech mobile learning, e.g. the power of SMS

The article submission deadline is November 19th, 2012. The provisional date of publication is December, 2012. For further information and to submit your article, please contact:

Guest editor: Prof. Dr. Martin Wolpers, Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Informationstechnik FIT

The submissions need to comply with the following guidelines:
  • Submission language: English
  • Title: must effectively and creatively communicate the content of the article and may include a subtitle.
  • Executive summary for In-depth section should not exceed 200 words.
  • Executive summary for From the field section should not exceed 50 words.
  • Keywords: up to five relevant keywords need to be included.
  • In-depth full texts: articles should range from 4,000 to 6,000 words.
  • From the field texts: texts should not exceed 1,200 words.
  • Conclusions: special importance is given to the representation of the conclusions, which should be clearly stated both in the summary and at the end of the article.
  • References: All the references must be adequately cited and listed.
  • Author profile: author name, institution, position and e-mail address must accompany each submission.
  • Images: Please send high resolution JPEG files

See the complete guidelines at: Instructions for writers

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Call for Papers de #eLearning2012 . Third International Conference on #elearning

Hoy traemos a este espacio el Call For Papers de  eLearning2012 . the Third International Conference on e-learning:

This annual conference serves as international forum for researches, developers and educators to discuss about technology, innovation and best practices in e-learning, distance education and new learning opportunities. This year, the eLearning-2012 conference will pay special attention to all aspects of quality assurance in e-learning and accreditation issues in higher education sector as well as other sectors. The conference covers technical and non-technical issues for this type of education.
Selected papers from conference will be published in International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning - iJET
The Conference Chair: Professor  Dragan Domazet, rector of BMU

Submission of papers
Authors are invited to submit their full papers electronically to the  eLearning-2012 Secretariat by 31st of August 2011:

Full papers are accepted for review on the condition that the manuscript is original, has not been published before, has not been presented at a conference, and has not been submitted for presentation at another conference. The full papers will be reviewed  and accepted papers will be include in the eLearning-2012 Proceedings which will be published in hard-back and CD and issued to delegates at the eLearning-2012 Conference. The paper should include the following information: Name(s) of author(s), The corresponding author, Position or job title, Organisation(s), Full postal address(es) Phone, fax numbers and E-mail, Paper title, Summary, Key words (maximum three), Introduction, Paper manuscript, References. It should be prepared according to the instructions and template issued separately.
Template and instructions for writing a paper

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