DEADLINE EXTENDED for CSCL2022 and ICLS2022 conferences (ISLS Annual Meeting 2022)

Dear ISLS members:

We decided to extend the submission deadline by two weeks. The new deadline is Nov. 19th, 2021. Please consider your submissions to either ICLS or CSCL conferences!

You can submit your works to ICLS2022 at:

You can submit your works to CSCL2022 at:

While we have ordinary submission categories, a new submission category, the technology innovation, is introduced at CSCL2022. Technology Innovation papers have the same format as short papers (4 pages). TI papers propose and describe innovative technologies such as interactive applications, learning analytics tools and methods, agent-based systems, robotics, and other software or hardware technologies in educational contexts. TI papers will be reviewed with a focus on technology and computer science. They can be presented as interactive demos or as paper presentations.

ICLS 2022 and CSCL 2022 are the hybrid conferences. Accepted authors are requested to select the formats of their presentations, online or on-site. The conference programs will be organized as a combination of on-site sessions and online sessions.

If you have any questions or inquiries, please contact us at:
[email protected]

Local Organizing Team of ISLS Annual Meeting 2022

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