The e-Learning and Distance Education Conference (ELDEC) highlights the roles and uses of existing and emerging ICT in the evolution of EL/DE. ELDEC explores the innovative ways of using technology to enhance learning experience beyond the dimension of ‘Anywhere Anytime’ to ‘Ubiquitous Learning’ (U-Learning), innovation in pedagogies, potential and impact of EL/DE on socio-economic development and the role of government policies in technology enhanced learning.
The Conference invites qualitative, experience-based and quantitative papers, case studies and reports of work on both the theory and practice of all aspects of web-enabled technology in learning and teaching. Submissions are welcome from academics, teachers, practitioners, vendors and government departments. The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to, the following topics in relation with EL/DE.
- Distance Learning Policy, Governance and Sustainability
- Organizational and e-Learning Strategies
- Socio-Economic Potential and Impact of Distance Learning
- Social, Cultural and Ethical Issues
- Student's Perspective of Distance Learning
- Curriculum Development, Pedagogical Models and Strategies
- Distance Learning Implementation and Execution Issues
- Quality Management, Assessment and Evaluation
- Tools, Systems and Intelligent e-Learning Technologies
- Interactive e-Learning, Ubiquitous Learning (U-Learning)
- e-Learning Standards and Interoperability
- Security, Data Protection and Data Provenance
- e-Learning Research Perspective
- Role of Industry in e-Learning
- Open Educational Resources
- Future Trends in Distance & e-Learning
- Relevance and impact of the contributions to the area
- Evaluation of the design and execution framework
- Clarity and presentation
Pre-submission of abstracts is a strict requirement for all papers. All abstracts and papers have to be submitted electronically via conference management system, which can be accessed by Clicking Here. Abstracts and full length papers must be in English and in PDF format. Full-Length paper should be between 8 to 12 pages long. In order to view the formatting guidelines for submitting abstract/full-length paper, please Click Here. At least one of the authors must be a registered participant at the Conference, and attend the Conference.