Papers and posters exploring topics such as the following are encouraged:
-Instructional Design of Online Environments
-Human-Computer Interaction, Computer-Mediated Communication, Mobile Media
-Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
-Games for Learning, Possibilities of Virtual Worlds
-Cross-Cultural Communication, Gender and Technology
-Entertainment Media and related technology
-Integrating Technology across the K-12 Curriculum
-Social networks in Education
-Massive Open Online Courses
Please submit your abstract (500 words max) via this form by 11:59pm April 30th (EXTENDED to May 7th) to be considered for acceptance.
If you are accepted, we will notify you of your acceptance on May 7th. (May 14th for EXTENDED deadline).
Accepted speakers and presenters will be expected to submit a completed copy of their article (3-page minimum) or posters by 11:59pm on May 25th.
More details will be given at a later date. If you have any questions, then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org