Anyone interested in attending/presenting in Florida?
At 10:17 AM -0400 28/4/03, Freddy Malpica wrote:
>CALL FOR PAPERS
>International Conference on Education and Information Systems: Technologies
>Jointly with International Conference on Computer, Communication and
>Control Technologies: CCCT '03
>July 31, August 1-2, 2003 Orlando, Florida, USA
>EISTA '03 Organizing Committee invites authors to submit their original and
>unpublished works, innovations, ideas based on analogical thinking,
>problems that require solutions, position papers, case studies, etc., in
>the fields of Education/Training and Information/Communication Technologies
>(ICT). ICT researchers are invited to present their research results.
>Practitioners and consultants are invited to present case study papers and
>innovative solutions. Corporations are invited to present
>education/training information systems and software based solutions.
>Teachers and University professors are invited to present case studies,
>information systems developed for specific purpose, and innovative ideas
>and designs. Educational scientist and technologists are invited to present
>research or position papers on the impact and the future possibilities of
>ICT in educational systems and training processes and methodologies.
>Manager of educational organizations and training consultants are invited
>to present problems that might be solved by means of ICT, or solutions that
>might be improved by different approaches and design in ICT.
>All are invited to organize panel or invited sessions. Panel sessions with
>panelists coming from both: ICT researcher/practitioners and
>Submitted papers must describe work not previously published. They must not
>be submitted concurrently to another conference with refereed proceedings.
>You can find complete information about the conference in our web page
>* EISTA '03 ORGANIZATION
>General Chair: Professor Freddy Malpica
>Organizing Committee Chair: Professor Andres Tremante
>Organized by the IIIS: The International Institute of Informatics and
>* CONFERENCE AREAS AND TOPICS
>?Education and Training Systems and Technologies
>#26981;#26981; Industrial/Corporative Training.
>#26981;#26981; Higher Education.
>#26981;#26981; Instructional Design.
>#26981;#26981; Reinventing the Training Organization.
>#26981;#26981; Knowledge Management.
>#26981;#26981; Education for working Culture.
>#26981;#26981; Synergy between Education and Development.
>#26981;#26981; Synergy between Education and Industry/Business.
>#26981;#26981; Learning to Learn.
>#26981;#26981; Organizational Learning.
>#26981;#26981; Cybernetics of Education.
>#26981;#26981; Teacher Education.
>?Applications of Information and Communication Technologies in Education
>#26981;#26981; Multimedia-based Instructional Design.
>#26981;#26981; Computer-Based Training.
>#26981;#26981; Web-Based Training.
>#26981;#26981; Internet-Based Teaching.
>#26981;#26981; Distance Learning.
>#26981;#26981; Distance Broadcast Training.
>#26981;#26981; Application of simulation in Training and Education.
>#26981;#26981; Integrating e Learning and Classroom Learning.
>#26981;#26981; Online Teaching and Learning.
>#26981;#26981; Internet-Based Learning Tools.
>#26981;#26981; Internet-Based Adult Learning.
>#26981;#26981; Virtual Classroom.
>#26981;#26981; Virtual Universities.
>?Application of Education Technologies
>#26981;#26981; Education of science and Engineering.
>#26981;#26981; Education of Informatics and Communication Technologies.
>#26981;#26981; Corporative Training in Informatics and cybernetics.
>#26981;#26981; Information Science Education.
>* ABSTRACTS AND PAPER DRAFTS SUBMISSION FORM
>Papers might be submitted via web page:
>http://www.confinf.org/eista03/WebSite2003/Submission.asp as extended
>abstracts (500-2000 words) or as full papers drafts (2000-5000 words).
>Reviews will be done for both kinds of submissions.
>Invited Sessions proposals can be done filling the form given in the web
>More information about Invited Sessions Organization could be found at the
>* IMPORTANT DATES
>May 09, 2003: Submission of extended abstracts (500-1500) words or paper
>drafts (2000-5000) words.
>May 09, 2003: Invited session proposals.
>May 30, 2003: Notifications of Acceptance.
>June 20, 2003: Submission of final versions: hard copies and electronic
>July 31, 2003: Conference Starts
>August 2, 2003: Conference Ends
>Some invited sessions might have a different timetable according to its
>organizer and chair
>* PAPERS REVIEWING AND PUBLICATION
>Submitted papers will be reviewed. Accepted papers, which should not exceed
>six single-spaced typed pages, will be published by means of paper and
>electronic proceedings. Authors of accepted papers must sign a copyright
>* REGISTRATION FEES
>The conference fees will be USD 330 before the deadline, and USD 380 after
>This fee will include exclusively:
>* A CD-ROM version of the Proceedings
>* One volume of the hard copy version of the Conference Proceedings
>* Coffee breaks
>* Welcome Reception
>Each registration fee might include just one paper, which presentation will
>be included in the conference program and published in the conference
>* AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT
>The only audiovisual equipment provided for most meetings will be an
>overhead projector and a screen. Video projection or any other equipment,
>if needed, will have to be supplied by the presenter.
>* CONFERENCE CONTACT
>Details can be found at the Conference web page:
>Answers to specific questions can also be requested by e-mail:
>We are looking forward to meeting you at EISTA '03 conference, in Orlando.
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