ICALT 2003

3rd IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies

July 9-11, 2003, Athens, Greece

Conference Theme:

Technology Enhanced Learning

Sponsored by

Informatics and Telematics Institute, Centre for Research and Technology-Hellas

IEEE Learning Technologies Task Force

IEEE Computer Society

Hosted by

Dais Cultural and Athletic Centre

The 3rd IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2003) that was held in Athens, brought together academics, researchers and industry practitioners who are involved or interested in the design and development of advanced and emerging learning technologies with ultimate aim to empower individuals and organizations in building competencies for exploiting the opportunities of the knowledge society.

The interest expressed in ICALT 2003 had been extremely high with 337 submissions, which undoubtedly reflects a worldwide growth of interest in and emphasis on learning technologies and their applications. With an acceptance rate of 14% for full papers and 28% for short papers, the conference boasts a very high quality of presentations.

About 230 participants from 33 countries from all continents of the world attended the event. The feedback from the participants has been quite positive towards the quality of papers and organization.

Click here to see some photos that were taken during the conference.

The proceedings have been published by IEEE Computer Society Press:
V. Devedzic, J. Spector, D. Sampson and Kinshuk (Eds.) (2003). Advanced Learning Technologies: Technology Enhanced Learning, Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society (ISBN 0-7695-1967-9)

You can order the proceedings by clicking here.

Selected papers will be invited for submission to published in the Special Issue on Technology Enhanced Learning of the IEEE Learning Technology Task Force Journal of Educational Technology & Society (ISSN 1436-4522).

Guest Editors:

Prof Demetrios G Sampson, ITI-CERTH and University of Piraeus, Greece

Prof Mike Spector, Syracuse University, United States

Prof Vladan Devedzic, University of Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro

Prof Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand


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