The 13th European Conference on Technology-­Enhanced Learning

Lifelong technology enhanced learning: Dealing with the complexity of 21st century challenges

3rd-6th September 2018, Leeds, United Kingdom

http://www.ec-tel.eu

CALL FOR PAPERS & DEADLINES

The full call for papers and participation for EC-TEL 2018 has been announced. The conference offers a range of exciting ways in which researchers, students, practitioners, educational developers, entrepreneurs and policy makers can participate and collaborate.

Formats and activities in EC-TEL 2018 include:

  • research papers
  • practitioner papers & industry pitches
  • demonstrations and posters/ePosters
  • healthcare education track
  • workshops
  • doctoral consortium

The deadline for workshop proposals is 8th April. The abstract deadline for papers, demos, posters & industry pitches is 15th April. Doctoral consortium applications deadline is 22nd May.

Full details of all activities, formats and deadlines are available on the EC-TEL website

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

We are delighted to announce our three keynote speakers for EC-TEL 2018 and the titles of their thought-provoking talks:

  • Allison Littlejohn (Open University, UK) – “Professional Lifelong Learning”
  • Carolyn P Rosé (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) – “Lifelong Learning in a Web Scale Opportunity Space”
  • David Wortley (CEO and Founder of 360in360) – “The impact of disruptive digital technologies on education, medicine, health and well-being”

FURTHER INFORMATION

Further information is available on the EC-TEL conference website http://www.ec-tel.eu and you can also follow @ECTELconference on Twitter and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ECTELconference.

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