[Ifip] Fwd: Reminder - 5 days to go only! - Call for Papers for symposia for SaITE 2016 conference

Maciej M Sysło syslo at ii.uni.wroc.pl
Wed Feb 3 02:29:21 CET 2016


Dear Eric,

Busy with teaching and examinations, I will need a few more days
- do you plan, as usually, to extend the deadline?

Best wishes, Maciej

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W dniu 2016-02-01 17:44, Eric Sanchez napisał(a):
> Dear WG 3.1 members,
>  We are now close to the deadline and I invite you to submit your
> proposal to SoITE 2016.
>  Best,
>  Eric
> 
>  -------- Message original --------
> 
>  		SUJET:
>  		Reminder - 5 days to go only! - Call for Papers for symposia for
> SaITE 2016 conference
> 
>  		DATE :
>  		Sun, 31 Jan 2016 09:31:05 +0000
> 
>  		DE :
>  		Cathy Lewin <C.Lewin at mmu.ac.uk>
> 
>  		POUR :
>  		Eric Sanchez (eric.sanchez at ENS-LYON.FR) <eric.sanchez at ENS-LYON.FR>
> 
>  		COPIE À :
>  		peter.micheuz at uni-klu.ac.at <peter.micheuz at uni-klu.ac.at>, Passey,
> Don <d.passey at lancaster.ac.uk>, João Alvaro Carvalho
> <jac at dsi.uminho.pt>
> 
> DEAR ERIC,
> 
> PLEASE COULD YOU CIRCULATE THIS REMINDER TO MEMBERS OF WG3.1 AT YOUR
> EARLIEST CONVENIENCE.
> 
> BEST WISHES,
> 
> CATHY
> 
>  
> 
> SYMPOSIA INVOLVEMENT AND ABSTRACTS ARE VERY WELCOME – PLEASE SEE THE
> ATTACHED
> 
>  [1]
> 
> =================================================
> 
> SaITE 2016
> 
> IFIP TC3 JOINT OPEN CONFERENCE
> 
> _STAKEHOLDERS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION_
> 
> 6th to 8th July 2016, Guimarães, Portugal
> 
> 5th July 2016 - doctoral consortium
> 
> http://saite2016.dsi.uminho.pt/ [1]
> 
> =================================================
> 
> Deadline for submissions: 5 February 2016
> 
> =================================================
> 
> CALLS FOR ABSTRACTS FOR SYMPOSIA
> 
> The following are proposed symposia for this conference.
> 
> If you are interested in being involved in any of these, please see
> the attached details, and contact the chair of the symposium to
> discuss your abstract further:
> 
> STAKEHOLDERS OF EDUCATION IN ICT4D: STI (SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND
> INNOVATION) FOR THE SDGS (SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS). EMAIL:
> MIKKO.J.RUOHONEN at UTA.FI AND NICHOLAS.MAVENGERE at UTA.FI
> 
>  
> 
> ROLES OF CS/ INFORMATICS IN THE CURRICULUM – WHY, WHAT, HOW?
> 
> EMAIL: mary.webb at kcl.ac.uk
> 
> We invite you to submit your work to SaITE 2016 (the 2016 IFIP TC3
> Joint Conference). This is a conference open to all interested
> parties, aiming at:
> 
>  - Bringing together researchers, policy makers, educational
> management, teachers and other educational practitioners to consider
> and explore the theme of the conference;
> 
>  - Enabling research, policy and practice findings to be shared and
> discussed;
> 
>  - Drawing together a variety of contributions to meet the needs of
> the different audiences;
> 
>  - Producing publications that provide contemporary perspectives from
> which to develop further;
> 
>  - Stimulating discussion and thinking in this field.
> 
> =================================================
> 
> THEMES OF THE CONFERENCE
> 
> Submissions should cover one or more of the five key themes within the
> main topic of the conference '_Stakeholders and information technology
> in education_':
> 
>  - linking formal and informal education;
> 
>  - researching transformation of applications of technologies in
> educational contexts;
> 
>  - exploring implications of computer science education;
> 
>  - preparing a new generation of computer professionals;
> 
>  - strategic use and professional development in policy and
> management.
> 
>  
> 
> TYPES OF SUBMISSIONS
> 
> SaITE 2016 welcomes the following types of submissions:
> 
>  - _FULL PAPERS_ - A full paper is a standard academic research paper
> of, at most, 10 pages including references.
> 
>  - _SHORT PAPERS_ - A short paper can be up to 5 pages long including
> references and is an academic paper, a position paper, a case study, a
> policy paper or a national perspective.
> 
>  - _SYMPOSIA_ - A symposium is a collection of related papers on a
> central theme of the conference. Proposals for symposia outline the
> theme, the participants, and include a one-page abstract of each
> paper. At a stated time, symposium papers can be submitted as long or
> short papers, but to be involved in the conference there is no
> requirement to do this.
> 
>  - _POSTERS, SYSTEM PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS_ - Ongoing research,
> projects, and hard- and software developments on selected research
> activities on the conference theme may be presented and discussed
> during the conference. Participants should submit a short description
> (maximum 2 pages) of the exhibit.
> 
>  - _LEARNER AND TEACHER PRESENTATIONS_ - A submission of a
> presentation by students and their teachers, demonstrating uses,
> learning activities and learning outcomes using ICT are encouraged. A
> presentation submission should be 1 page in length. Such sessions will
> allow sharing with all stakeholder communities attending. As the
> conference will focus on themes and topics that are pertinent to
> school managers, local managers, teachers and advisers, attendance at
> selected sessions from across all themes will be organised where
> possible. These sessions will be particularly useful for practitioners
> involved in project-based activities. Teachers and other educational
> practitioners could be enabled to attend virtually.
> 
>  - _NATIONAL DIRECTION SESSIONS_ - One or more national direction
> sessions, each focusing on a country, can be led by a national
> representative. With two (or even perhaps more) of these sessions in
> the conference, comparisons and hot topics can be considered and
> discussed. A national direction session should aim to run for a
> maximum of one to one and a half hours:
> 
>  * With a national overview from a national representative, up to 5
> pages in length.
> 
>  * A policy, practice or research element aligning to the interests of
> a working group, perhaps on compulsory education, or vocational
> education, up to 5 pages in length.
> 
>  * A second policy, practice or research element aligning to the
> interests of another working group, perhaps on research or educational
> management, up to 5 pages in length.
> 
>  - _DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM _- PhD students are encouraged to submit an
> extended abstract (with literature review, methodology, results or
> expected results) for inclusion in the conference, up to 2 pages in
> length. The doctoral consortium will start with a half-day
> pre-conference session on 5th July 2016 led by Professor Christine
> Bescherer and Dr Mary Webb, for research students to practice
> presentation and to get feedback from active researchers.
> 
> =================================================
> 
> SUBMISSION
> 
> The conference website will provide up-to-date details about
> submission. Please note that all submissions must adhere to the
> formatting style stated both on the conference website, and on the
> conference management system.
> 
> REVIEWING
> 
> Proposals will be reviewed by International Programme Committee
> members and reviewers according to the form of submission. Submissions
> for presentation will be selected on the basis of the quality of the
> submission, relevance and potential contribution to the field, and its
> potential to benefit others. The diversity of submissions will be
> considered, to enable a balanced programme to be of value to all
> participants. All submitted papers and forms of contribution will be
> double-blind peer-reviewed. The review process will identify three
> possible categories of outcomes:
> 
>  - Submissions are accepted or require revision or are rejected for
> presentation at the conference, and for inclusion in the conference
> proceedings.
> 
>  - Submissions are accepted or require revision for acceptance in a
> post-conference book.
> 
>  - Submissions could be accepted or require revision for acceptance in
> a special issue of Education and Information Technologies, an
> international journal.
> 
> PUBLICATION
> 
> Full or short papers accepted for presentation, together with symposia
> abstracts, posters, system presentations and workshop abstracts,
> learner and teacher presentations, national direction session papers,
> and abstracts for the doctoral consortium will be published prior to
> the conference (in conference proceedings with ISBN).
> 
> A selected collection of full, short and symposia papers will be
> published as a post-conference book; abstracts of these papers will be
> included in the online conference proceedings publication. Where
> reviewers indicate a contribution can be presented and published in
> the post-conference book, then the author(s) will have the opportunity
> to revise the paper post-conference.
> 
> A range of high quality papers may be selected for inclusion in a
> specific edition of a journal (Education and Information
> Technologies). In this case the author can decide whether the paper
> will go into the post-conference book (as it stands) and into the
> special edition (as an amended article), or only into the special
> issue (as it stands). Any paper included in the post-conference book
> and in a special issue of the journal will require either extensions
> or revisions for the special issue (with a different title, and at
> least 30% different material). The guest editor for this special issue
> will be identified as and when appropriate.
> 
> =================================================
> 
> FINANCIAL SUPPORT
> 
> IFIP TC3 is keen to involve participants from countries worldwide,
> especially from developing countries. Those coming from a developing
> country who would like to be involved by presenting a paper, but who
> do not have funds to cover travel costs, should make early contact (by
> the end of February 2016) to explore possible sponsorship.
> 
> Participants who wish to explore this option are strongly advised to
> find out at an early stage whether a VISA is required for their travel
> for academic purposes, and how to apply for this in time to both
> travel and attend the conference. If invitation letters are required,
> this must be indicated when a participant registers, and will only be
> issued after this registration is complete.
> 
> DON PASSEY
> 
> PROFESSOR OF TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING
> 
> DIRECTOR OF STUDIES, DOCTORAL PROGRAMME IN E-RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
> ENHANCED LEARNING
> 
> DIRECTOR, CENTRE FOR TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING
> 
> DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
> 
> LANCASTER UNIVERSITY
> 
> LA1 4YD
> 
>  
> 
> Webpage: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/fass/edres/profiles/don-passey [2]
> 
> 
> Research Centre webpage:
> http://www.research.lancs.ac.uk/portal/en/people/don-passey(4b39f726-fe92-4737-9b17-7687e6f739b9).html
> [3]
> 
> Twitter: @don passey
> 
> Author of: _Inclusive technology enhanced learning: Overcoming
> Cognitive, Physical, Emotional and Geographic Challenges_. Published
> by Routledge, New York.
> http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415524346/ [4]
> 
> _ _
> 
> Recent paper: Intergenerational Learning Practices - Digital Leaders
> in Schools. _Education and Information Technologies, 19, _3, 473-494.
> Online First. DOI: 10.1007/s10639-014-9322-z
> 
> Recent book chapter: Computer science (CS) or information and
> communication technologies (ICT): the curriculum needs both. In A.
> Brodnik and C. Lewin. _IFIP TC3 Working Conference "A New Culture of
> Learning: Computing and next Generations": Proceedings. _pp. 26-44.
> Accessible at:
> http://www.ifip2015.mii.vu.lt/file/repository/IFIP_Proceedings.pdf [5]
> 
> 
> Recent report: _Digital technologies, collaborative endeavour and
> school improvement: A case study of Pheasey Park Farm Primary School_.
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> 
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