Papers, panels and tutorial abstracts, accepted for ICALT-2002, will appear in proceedings, which will be distributed during the conference. All materials published in proceedings will be official IEEE publications. Authors of all accepted submissions will be required to complete "IEEE Copyright Form".
Extended versions of some of the accepted papers will be invited for a special issue of Educational Technology & Society (ISSN 1436-4522) journal.
ICALT-2002 has two official languages: English and Russian. Therefore authors can submit papers both in English and in Russian. Submission process and author guidelines for Russian-language papers are described here.
Complete papers are required for review process. Papers should be no longer than 5 pages including all tables, figures, and references, but excluding cover page. Besides 5 pages, the paper should also include a cover page. The cover page of the paper should contain following information:
- Title of the paper
- Names, affiliation, postal and email addresses, phone and fax numbers of all authors
- Name of contact author
- Abstract of no more than 200 words
Over-length papers may be rejected without review. While preparing manuscripts, the authors are required to follow IEEE Computer Society guidelines, which are available at:
(or download guidelines in Word or PDF format).
Preferred formats for submissions are PDF, Word and RTF (optionally zipped), but other formats may also be accepted at the discretion of the Program Co-Chairs. If you have any query regarding submission, please contact one of the Program Co-Chairs.
Besides paper submission, all authors are required to fill out the "ICALT-2002 submission form".
The papers should be submitted in Word, RTF or PDF file formats to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All submissions will be acknowledged by email within 72 hours. If you do not receive an acknowledgement within that time period, please contact one of the Program Co-Chairs immediately.
All submissions will be reviewed on the basis of relevance, originality, significance, soundness and clarity. Three referees will review each submission.
All inquiries related to paper submission should be sent to one of the Program Co-Chairs.
Piet Kommers: email@example.com
Valery Petrushin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paper submission deadlines:
Proposals are invited for panel discussions on the burning issues of today's research in specific areas of advanced learning technologies. Each panel will consists of at least three panel members discussing various aspects of one topic.
Proposals for panel discussions should be submitted by email to the Panel Chair (Subject: ICALT-2002 Panel Proposal Submission).
Katherine Sinitsa: email@example.com
Submissions should include the title of the panel, a 500 words proposal, a short curriculum vitae, and a list of related publications.
All accepted panel papers will be published in conference proceedings.
Besides submissions to Panel Chair, all panel proposers are required to fill out the "ICALT-2002 submission form".
Panel submission deadlines:
Leading researchers and practitioners are invited to present half-day tutorials during the conference. Tutorial make a significant contribution to the field of Advanced Learning Technologies, and reveal new aspects and perspectives, as well as future directions. Tutorials will be selected by a panel of referees and will only run if they attract at least seven participants. Tutorials will be chosen on the basis of quality of presentation and value to the audience.
Tutorial instructors will receive modest fee. The abstracts of tutorials will be published in conference proceedings.
Submit tutorial proposals by email to the Tutorial Chair (Subject: ICALT-2002 Tutorial Proposal Submission).
Katherine Sinitsa: firstname.lastname@example.org
Besides submissions to Tutorial Chair, all tutorial proposers are required to fill out the "ICALT-2002 submission form".
Tutorial submission deadlines:
Workshop proposals are invited for exchange of experience and research ideas on the research and implementation issues under Advanced Learning Technologies. A workshop will run for half day and the final report (containing position papers from participants and summary by Workshop leader) will be disseminated through IEEE Learning Technology Task Force website.
Proposals for the workshop should be no more than 800 words and contain specific objectives, topics to be covered, target audience and expected outcomes. Proposers should also include short curriculum vitae and list of relevant publications along with the proposal. A workshop will run only if it attracts at least five position papers.
Submit workshop proposals by email to the Workshop Chair.
Besides submissions to Workshop Chair, all workshop proposers are required to fill out the "ICALT-2002 submission form".