Event Date/Time: Sep 18, 2004 End Date/Time: Sep 18, 2004
Early Registration Date: Jun 12, 2007
Abstract Submission Date: Apr 18, 2007
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Description

The conference offers a multidisciplinary forum to facilitate the exchange of information on the current theory, research, development, and practice of information technology in education and training. Such a forum is important to stimulate the growth of ideas and practical solutions in the educational process in all academic disciplines. All human activities require knowledge and skills in using computers by qualified and experienced people able to meet the challenges of the future to live in an ethical and highly developed society. Introducing the most recent advances of information technology in the classroom today represents a valuable investment in the future.

This conference offers something for everyone with an interest in information technology in higher education who are ready to contribute to the improvement of education through information technology. The conference provides an opportunity for faculty and professionals to meet in the collaborative and innovative atmosphere of an ambitious service-oriented academic institution. The conference will also provide an excellent opportunity for students ready to share their research and practice-oriented results in the area of information technology.


CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings sponsored by the publishing company McGraw-Hill.


TENTATIVE TOPICS

COMPUTING AND IT-ORIENTED EDUCATION
Curriculum and course development
Educational information technology
Development of student projects
IT-oriented teaching/learning strategies
Knowledge evaluation and assessment
Undergraduate research and experience applying IT

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
Distributed learning environments
Educational multimedia and hypermedia
Innovative use of information systems
Web-based learning environments
Artificial intelligence applications
Robotics applications
Database-driven web design
Data storage environments
Virtual reality-based learning systems
Security in network environments

IT IN ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES
Combining research and teaching
E-learning
Intelligent tutoring systems
IT in science teaching
Business IT applications
Integrated learning environments
Innovative IT for knowledge management
IT-oriented labs

ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE COMPUTERIZED CLASSROOM
Ethical agents in the information space
Ethics in an information society
Moral dimensions of IT applications

STUDENT RESEARCH
STUDENT POSTER SESSION
Students are encouraged to submit papers presenting their research results in any area of Computing or IT applications.


IMPORTANT CONFERENCE DATES
April 18th, 2004 - Submission of proposals for papers and abstracts
May 31st, 2004 - Notification of acceptance
June 12th, 2004 - Early registration fee due
September 18th, 2004 - Conference day


REGISTRATION FEE
Early registration fee: $95 for faculty and professionals; $25 for students.
Late registration fee: $110 for faculty and professionals; $30 for students.


PAPER SUBMISSION
An electronic submission process will be used for all submitted papers and abstracts for the conference. Only unpublished papers will be accepted. Do not send hard copies. All submissions are required to be MS Word document file attachments. Send up to 6 pages of your full paper or extended abstract to zlatarfi@etown.edu. Include affiliation, postal and email addresses on a separate page to enable blind review of the paper.

WHAT TO SUBMIT?
- Full papers or extended abstracts for paper sessions;
- Applications for the student poster session - a minimum of one page description is required;
- Panel and round table discussion proposals.

Only unpublished, original works will be accepted for publication. The Editor will be authorized to make the final decision regarding publication of completed papers in cases of submitted and accepted paper abstracts. The text should be written using Times New Roman single-spaced font in MS Word. For text representing source code in a given programming language or of special purpose, the Courier New font may be used. Figures should be included inside the text.

The first author is the contact author unless otherwise noted. The contact author's name, address, phone number, and Internet e-mail address needs to be provided.
Information on the final manuscript submission and conference details will be provided at a later date on the Elizabethtown College website, http://www.etown.edu/ITEconference2004.

Venue

One Alpha Drive
PA 17022-2298
United States
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