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Call The 13th European Conference on Technology-­Enhanced Learning

posted 13 Mar 2018, 00:39 by ICO Education   [ updated 13 Mar 2018, 00:39 ]
Lifelong technology enhanced learning: Dealing with the complexity of 21st century challenges
3rd-6th  September 2018, Leeds, United Kingdom - 

*** EC-TEL 2018 - Call for Papers and Keynotes Announced ***



The University of Leeds is hosting the European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) in 2018. This is the first time that this conference has been hosted in the UK and will provide an excellent opportunity to meet, share ideas and discuss your work with this international research community. The  full call for papers and participation for EC-TEL 2018 has been announced. The conference offers a range of exciting ways in which researchers, students, practitioners, educational developers, entrepreneurs and policy makers can participate and collaborate.

Formats and activities in EC-TEL 2018 include:

  • research papers
  • practitioner papers & industry pitches 
  • demonstrations and posters/ePosters
  • healthcare education track
  • workshops
  • doctoral consortium

The deadline for workshop proposals is 8th April. The abstract deadline for papers, demos, posters & industry pitches is 15th April. Doctoral consortium applications deadline is 22nd May.

Full details of all activities, formats and deadlines are available on the EC-TEL website http://www.ec-tel.eu/


We are delighted to announce our three keynote speakers for EC-TEL 2018 and the titles of their thought-provoking talks:

Allison Littlejohn (Open University, UK) - “Professional Lifelong Learning”

Carolyn P Rosé (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) – “Lifelong Learning in a Web Scale Opportunity Space”

David Wortley (CEO and Founder of 360in360) – “The impact of disruptive digital technologies on education, medicine, health and well-being”


Further information is available on the EC-TEL conference website http://www.ec-tel.eu/ and you can also follow @ECTELconference on Twitter and Facebook