The participation of various stakeholders in the eLearning practice from educators in basic to higher education, school administrators, policy makers both from the government and private sectors, researchers, media specialists, instructional designers, industry players and eLearning advocates are highly encouraged.
Submissions maybe in the form of empirical research, case studies, or frameworks for policy and decisionmaking on the application of information and communication technologies for education and other relevant fields.
We encourage submission of papers related to, but not limited to, the following areas:
National, regional and international reforms in eLearning implementation
ASEAN Integration in Education (internationalization of degrees, mobility, certification and accreditation)
New developments in digital pedagogies and learning models fostering 21st century teaching and learning skills
eLearning designs for various applications in the academe and corporate training environments
Applications of mobile learning and digital game-based learning in basic and higher education
Advances in blended learning technologies, collaborative and social media learning
Global virtual universities, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Open Educational Resources (OER) in delivering eLearning on demand to large audiences
eLearning in specialized areas such as sustainability, gender, environment and climate change, local knowledge, peace education
Data driven approaches to measure eLearning engagement, pedagogical outcomes and student success
All abstract proposals must indicate the type of paper the proponent(s) is submitting: a full research paper, a work-in-progress research paper, a case study, a concept or theoretical paper, a project showcase, a best practice or white paper.
The abstract must stipulate the following:
objectives of the study;
results, benefits or lessons learnt, and novelty of the paper (what is new that is being contributed to the field of eLearning).
Do not include cited materials in the abstract. Do not forget to indicate the title of the paper, full name(s) of the author(s), institutional affiliation and email address of the corresponding author. The abstract must have a maximum of 250 words. Ensure that you are submitting your own work or a co-authored work.
ICE2017 will be utilizing the EasyChair Conference System for abstract and paper submission and review. Abstracts are encouraged to be submitted earlier, for earlier results and should be submitted in EasyChair at the latest, July 20, 2017.
Authors of accepted papers will be notified not later than August 15, 2017. Accepted abstracts of authors who register by September 20, 2017 will be included in the program.