2011, which will be held on Rhodes, Greece, between 7 and 9 July,
2011, will seek to address the many challenges and new
directions presented by technological innovations in educational
settings. Following in the tradition of previous ICICTE
conferences, ICICTE 2011 will bring together an international
community of scholars and practitioners in a forum setting.
Opportunities for discussion on current thinking and practices
in applications of technology to education are enhanced by the
limited number of participants. For a full listing of topics for
ICICTE 2011, please consult the conference Aims and Themes.
pleased to note that Campus-Wide Information Systems
and the UFV Research Review
will again devote special issues to selected papers
Closing ceremonies will include presentation of the UFV Graduate
Student Paper Prize and other awards. First given in 2004, this
award recognizes the work of upcoming scholars and
conference’s social programs have always brought Greek
hospitality to the fore of our meetings and discussions. This
year’s social program includes the opening night reception, the
closing ‘Greek Night’ dinner, and two lunches, including the UFV
gorgeous, historical environment, the limited number of participants,
and the intimate setting allow attendees to develop associations
that extend into post-conference activities.
More information on conference topics, call for papers,
deadlines, etc. may be obtained from the Conference Director:
Mrs. Nancy Pyrini
invite you to join us this summer in enjoying the high standard
of hospitality of the people of Rhodes.
The ICICTE 2011 Steering Committee