Our Conference provides a chance for academic and industry professionals to discuss recent progress in the area of Education and Learning.

Topics of Conference

The main topics include but will not be limited to: (Excellent surveying works in these areas are welcome, too.)

  • Anytime/anywhere e– and u–Learning and wearable network devices
  • Application of instructional design theories
  • Applications of metadata and virtual reality
  • Asynchronous interaction
  • Blended learning approaches
  • Communities of practice
  • Content Development and Management
  • Cost models for e– and u–Learning
  • Course development strategies
  • Distance Learning and Distance Teaching
  • Distributed e– and u–Learning environments
  • e– and u–Learning adoption and Pedagogy
  • e– and u–Learning and social justice
  • e– and u–Learning design, usability, evaluation
  • e– and u–Learning Groupware
  • e– and u–Learning implementation and cognitive styles
  • e– and u–Learning industry and University programs
  • e– and u–Learning portals
  • e– and u–Learning to support communities and individuals
  • e– and u–School & e– and u–University
  • e–books
  • Evaluation of Learning technologies
  • Faculty development and e– and u–Learning
  • Human resource development using e– and u–Learning at the company
  • Impact of the e– and u–Learning and Society
  • Integrated learning and educational environments
  • Inter–institutional education program cooperation
  • Issues in e– and u–Learning Research
  • Knowledge management
  • Learner characteristics
  • Learning Content Management Systems & Learning Management Systems
  • Life long e– and u–Learning
  • Management using ICT
  • Marketing and promoting e– and u–Learning
  • Mobile learning
  • National and international projects on e– and u–Learning
  • New partnerships to deliver e– and u–Learning
  • Online and computer aided assessments
  • Open Education
  • Pedagogy for e– and u–Learning teachers
  • Practical uses of authoring tools
  • Pricing and economic analysis of web–based systems for education
  • Remote and wireless teaching technologies
  • Satellite campus issues
  • Satellite technologies for e– and u–Learning
  • Simulations and virtual learning environments
  • Social and collaborative e– and u–Learning
  • Societal and cultural issues in e– and u–Learning
  • Structural representations of e–Lessons
  • Support for lifelong learning
  • Synchronous and Non–Synchronous e– and u–Learning
  • The future of e– and u–Learning
  • The Learning Commons
  • Tutoring e– and u–Learning applications and services
  • Web 2.0 technologies and the classroom
  • Other/specialist e– and u–Learning topics
Contact Information

If you have any question, please mail to Secretary of EL 2018 (stem@stemconferences.com).

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