Event Date/Time: Nov 05, 2007 End Date/Time: Nov 07, 2007
Paper Submission Date: Aug 05, 2007
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The Learning Object Repositories Research Network, LORNET, is a pan-Canadian research network supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. The LORNET Network is hosting its 4th annual e-learning conference on Intelligent Interactive Learning Object Repositories - I2LOR 2007- November 5 to 8, 2007 in Montreal, Quebec.

We invite full research or experience papers pertaining to areas listed below and in keeping with the theme of the Conference: User Centered Knowledge Environments: From Theory to Practice.


The conference welcomes submissions from the broad ranges of related topics including, but not limited to the following:

* Personalized and collaborative software tools and applications
* Tools for Content Authoring
* Adaptive e-learning tools


* Personalized and collaborative software applications
* Applications in immersive and compliance training
* Advanced media and virtual reality
* Deployed Applications

Best practices for application systems

* User modeling and adaptive learning objects and environments
* Design and development of content-based novel techniques;
* Data mining and Pattern Recognition in e-learning
* Standardization and User-centered Deployment

Learning Content Management and Presentation

* Packaging, sequencing, managing and presenting e-learning content
* Adaptive and auto-generated e-learning content
* Operation of Knowledge Management
* Digital libraries and repositories of e-learning content
* Cooperative Agents Technology for e-learning and Knowledge Management

Interoperability and Mobility

* Building Learning Systems from Reusable and Interoperable Software Components
* Interoperable and usable technology for advanced systems and architectures
* Ubiquitous and User-friendly Interfaces for Mobile Communications

Ontologies and Folksonomies

* Ontologies and semantic web approaches for multi-actor systems
* Ontology-based modeling
* Learner interaction: design, techniques, and analysis

E-learning issues

* Security and privacy;
* Digital content protection
* Social Impact of e-learning
* Workflows in e-learning

Papers that address theory, techniques or applications as well as descriptions of innovative projects are encouraged.

Proceedings and awards

Each full paper will be peer-reviewed and accepted papers will be included for presentation in the conference program and will appear in the edited CD-ROM proceedings.

All presented papers will be considered for Best Paper Awards.

Best papers will be recommended for inclusion in a special issue of the International Journal of Advanced Media and Communication (IJAMC)

Final dates:
Paper submission August 5, 2007
Author notification September 20, 2007
Camera ready submission October 10, 2007

The technical program, including the Call for papers, is co-chaired by Michel DESMARAIS (michel.desmarais@polymtl.ca) and Ralph DETERS (deters@cs.usask.ca).

Paper submission in both languages (English or French)


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