Second Call for Papers: ISLS Annual Meeting 2021

International Society of the Learning Sciences Annual Meeting 2021

Reflecting the Past and Embracing the Future

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Germany, June 7-11

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The International Society of the Learning Sciences Annual Meeting 2021 marks the move from biannual meetings of CSCL and ICLS to yearly convenings of each at the same Annual Meeting. The two parallel conference programs, CSCL and LS, each address the 2021 Annual Meeting Theme Reflecting the Past and Embracing the Future. A common set of keynotes and workshops bring the entire international community together. The Annual Meeting in 2021 will be hybrid. Both on-site and online events are planned.

Keynote Speakers:

Carol K.K. Chan, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong
Onur Güntürkün, Biopsychology, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Carolyn Rosé, Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University

The CSCL and the LS program committees each invite submissions for

Important dates:

Full & short Papers, Posters, Symposia: November 6, 2020,
Pre-conference Workshops & Tutorials: December 11, 2020
Interactive Tools & Demos: January 12, 2021
Doctoral Consortium, Early Career Workshop and Mid-Career Workshop: January 12, 2021
Acceptances announced: February 20, 2021
Camera Ready: March 8, 2021

If you have any further questions, please contact [email protected]

Welcome to Bochum!
The Workshop Chairs, Program Chairs and Local Team
On behalf of the ISLS 2021 Steering Committee

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