EC-TEL 2015 2nd Call for Demos and Posters
The European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL) is a unique opportunity for researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to address current challenges and advances in the field. Through EC-TEL, established and emerging researchers as well as practitioners, entrepreneurs, and technology developers explore new collaborations, strengthen networks, and compliment their core experience.
The EC-TEL 2015 conference offers an opportunity to present existing prototypes as demos and work in progress as posters to EC-TEL community. In this 2nd call for demos and posters we invite contributions for demonstrations and posters that can be exhibited and discussed along the conference. Details of conference topics are available at http://www.ec-tel.eu/index.php?id=696
A demonstration is your chance to fully engage EC-TEL attendees at a personal level by letting them see, touch, squeeze, or hear your visions for the future of TEL, or demonstrate highly interactive ‘TEL in Action’ (e.g. through implemented tools or real-time learning experiences). We expect that your demonstration will be a reliably running prototype of your vision that is ready to be tried out, questioned and interacted with. At the conference, all accepted demonstrations will be invited to participate in the EC-TEL 2015 Demo-Shootout session. The participants of the EC-TEL Demo-Shootout session will vote for the best EC-TEL prototype in this session and the winner will be awarded. In addition, demos will be invited to be exhibited in the poster/demo exhibition session.
Posters report on significant work in progress. We will have an interactive poster session in which you can present your work and elicit feedback from EC-TEL participants.
In particular, we encourage demonstration and poster submissions that complement an accepted EC-TEL paper submission, so that attendees can get a direct experience of your work and discuss the work more deeply in addition to the scientific presentation.
- Round 2 poster & demonstration submission deadline: July 3rd 2015
- Round 2 poster & demonstration notification: July 17th 2015
- Early bird registration deadline: July 24th 2015
For a demo, you need to submit a concise scientific description of your research prototype, clearly showing how your technological innovation realises a clear learning innovation. This needs to be in a paper that is a maximum 4 pages long including references. In addition describe on maximum 2 pages how your prototype presented at the conference booth will look like.
For a poster, you need to submit a paper up to a maximum of 4 pages long including references describing your work and the results that you plan to achieve until September 2015.
- Élise Lavoué, Poster and Demonstration Chair
- Johannes Konert, Poster and Demonstration Chair
- Grainne Conole, Programme Chair
- Tomaž Klobucar, Programme Chair
- Christoph Rensing, General Chair