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  • 2019 7th International Conference on Information and Education Technology (ICIET 2019) is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied Information and Education Technology. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world.

  • Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

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    • Research in Education
      Educational Research Experiences
      Research on Technology in Education
      Links between Education and Research
      Research Methodologies
      Engineering Research Centers

       

    • Virtual Universities
      The internationalization of Universities
      Experiences in Virtual Universities
      Distance education
      Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC)

       

    • Technological Issues in Education
      e-Learning
      Mobile learning: Phones, Tablets…
      Apps for education
      Blended Learning
      Web classroom applications
      Online/Virtual Laboratories
      Classroom and Laboratory: Integration
      Managed Learning Environments (MLEs)
      Learning Management Systems (LMS)
      Technology-Enhanced Learning
      Industry and Business Innovation
      Identity Management
      Augmented Reality
      Cloud Computing
      ICT skills and competencies among teachers
      ICT enhanced language teaching and learning

       

    • Computer Supported Collaborative Work
      Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVEs)
      Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs)
      Web 2.0 and Social Networking: Twitter, Blogs, Wikis …
      Social Media in Education
      Experiences in Web Technologies in Education
      Training the e-trainer

       

    • Educational Software and Serious Games
      Educational Software experiences
      Experiences in Educational/Serious Games
      3D Applications and Virtual Reality
      Videos for Learning
      Gamification

       

    • Curriculum Design and Innovation
      New Experiences for Curriculum Design
      Strategies, Principles and Challenges
      Forecasting of labor market and skill needs in Europe
      Generic skills and their development
      One to One/Laptop Curriculum
      Personal Learning Environments

       

    • Quality assurance in Education
      Academic experiences and best practice contributions
      Accreditation /Assessment processes
      Quality standards at national and international level
      Learning analytics
      Quality assurance in education. Virtual learning assessment
      Quality assurance in education. Online Courses Accreditation

       

    • E-content Management and Development
      Knowledge Management experiences
      ePortfolios
      Intellectual Property Rights and Plagiarism
      User-Generated Content
      Digital Libraries and Repositories
      Open source and open content projects
      IT Services Management and Development
      Service Science

       

    • Computers for Special Needs
      Accessibility 
      Ageing and Gerontechnology 
      Ambient and Assisted Living (AAL), Internet of Things and Sensor Technology 
      Assessment and Profiling 
      Assistive Technology (AT) 
      Augmented and Alternative Communication (AAC) 
      Cloud Computing 
      Design for All (D4All) and Universal Design 
      eGovernment and eDemocracy 
      eHealth - Medicine and Care 
      eInclusion, Policies and Legislation 
      eLearning and Education  
      HCI and Non Classical Interfaces 
      History in AT and eInclusion 
      Labour Market Integration 
      Social Innovation and (e) Service Delivery 
      Usability and Ergonomics 
      User centred Design and User Participation 

       

    • Special Topics:
      Computational Thinking
      Professional Learning
      AR, VR and mixed reality
      Artificial Intelligence
      Global Learning
      Learner Profiles
      Learning Sciences
      Digital Citizenship

      Student-centered learning