Calls for proposals for papers, workshops and posters for ICICTE 2018
This call is for papers for plenary sessions examining the theoretical and practical applications of technology in education at all levels in both the public and private sectors. All proposals and papers are peer reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee. If you wish to present at ICICTE 2018 and have your paper published in the conference proceedings submit your proposal.
Proposals must be submitted by February 17, 2018 (extended to MARCH 9). Each proposal will be double-blind reviewed by the Scientific Committee. Notification on whether the proposal has been accepted will be sent soon after receipt of the proposal. Click HERE to submit your paper proposal for the plenary sessions.
Completed manuscripts must be submitted by March 23, 2018 and will be double-blind peer reviewed by the Scientific Committee. Comments will be forwarded to the authors, and final manuscripts, with editorial changes, must be received by April 27, 2018. Papers presented at the conference will be published in the proceedings under the title Information Communication Technologies in Education. Papers received after the deadline will not be included in the proceedings.
Papers must not exceed 10 pages (including abstract, references, tables, figures and diagrams). Papers exceeding the stated limits will be returned to the authors for revision. Please consult theManuscript Preparation Guidelines at the conference web site before submitting the final version of your paper.
All presented papers will be considered for the ICICTE 2018 selected papers issues of International Journal of Information and Learning Technology and other participating journals.
Full chapter drafts must be sent by e-mail to Ms Nancy Pyrini at email@example.com.
Please click HERE to read the MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION GUIDELINES.
We would also like to invite you to submit proposals for workshops to be run during the conference. Workshops will be 1½ - 2 hours long and should be designed to achieve a high level of audience participation; for this reason, team facilitation and interdisciplinary approaches are encouraged. Topics may range from theory to issues related to application of concepts and tools presented in keynote and plenary sessions (e.g. international and cross cultural issues; display and application of tools; curriculum design; evaluation).
Your workshop proposal must include:
● title of session
● names of facilitators
● workshop objectives
● a brief (150 words) outline
● optimum number of participants
● space requirements and
● special equipment needed.
Proposals must be received by March 23, 2018.
Click HERE to send in your Workshop proposal.
We are also pleased to invite you to submit your proposal for the Poster Session of the conference.
An award will be given to the best poster presented. An adjudicating panel of four ICICTE committee members will decide the winner based on content and presentation.
Posters should be set up on the first day of the conference and will remain on display throughout the conference. Authors must be present at their poster station during the scheduled poster session and prepared for individualised, informal discussion with participants. The Poster Session will last one hour. The conference will provide a poster board and whatever material is required (push pins, Velcro, etc.) to secure items to the boards.
Each presenter will be assigned to a specific board for his or her presentation. The maximum space for each poster is 200cm tall by 100cm wide (oriented vertically). Presenters must prepare all materials in advance and bring all illustrations needed including figures, tables, colour photographs, and/or charts. The material should be well labelled and legible from a distance of 2 metres.
The deadline is March 23, 2018. Please click HERE to submit your Poster proposal.
Note: Those who require notification of acceptance earlier are invited to submit proposals with a note indicating date by which confirmation is required.
Please click HERE to read the POSTER CREATION GUIDELINES