CALL FOR PAPERS
[The call for
papers for ICICTE 2010 is closed]
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 2010 and
have your paper published in the conference proceedings submit
your proposal to Nancy Pyrini at
January 15, 2010.
Proposals should be in MS Word and include title,
purpose/objective section, and a 250–300 word summary. Papers
must be suitable for a 15–20 minute presentation at a plenary
session. Please include name, position and department,
institution and contact information (mail, phone, fax and
proposal will be double-blind reviewed by the Scientific
Committee. Notification on whether the proposal has been
accepted will be sent by February 5, 2010.
Completed manuscripts must be submitted by
2010 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 23, 2010. 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
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
Manuscript Preparation Guidelines at the conference
web site before submitting the final version of your paper.
papers will be considered for the ICICTE 2010 selected papers
System and the
UFV Research Review.