m-ICTE2009. V International Conference on Multimedia and ICT in Education (m-ICTE2009)

Venue: The Chancellor\'s Building, New University of Lisbon.

Location: Lisbon, Portugal

Event Date/Time: Apr 22, 2009 End Date/Time: Apr 24, 2009
Registration Date: Mar 24, 2009
Early Registration Date: Feb 06, 2009
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 24, 2009
Paper Submission Date: Mar 17, 2009
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m-ICTE2009 will provide an opportunity to meet other researchers, make new contacts and discuss about innovative pedagogical practices and initiatives using technology that foster and transform the development of education, and update yourself about the state of the art in this field.

m-ICTE2009 intends to consolidate a series of conferences, which started in 2002 and whose last edition was held in Seville (Spain) in 2006 and was attended by about 450 participants from nearly 60 countries.

If you are interested in submitting an abstract, please, click on the following link:

All authors of accepted abstracts (independently of the presentation mode at the conference: oral, poster or virtual) will be able to submit a full paper to be included in the Conference Proceedings Book (paper length: 5 printed pages)
The book will be distributed amongst all attendees during the Conference, and the whole content will be uploaded at the Conference website once the Conference has finished, as was done in previous editions of the Conference:


The authors of the best research papers presented at the Conference will be invited to submit extended versions of their manuscripts for publication in some special issues of collaborating journals which will be announced later.

In addition to the oral and posters presentations, a Virtual Participation mode has been established for those researchers unable to attend the Conference personally. These participants will be requested to send "virtual papers", which will be exhibited at the virtual participation online platform. These papers can be prepared using Power Point, Flash or similar software, or video recordings. Please consult the conference website for details.

The conference program will be structured in 9 sessions, which will cover a wide range of topics:

1. Special Session: Development and Application of Web 2.0 Technologies for Educational Purposes

2. Special Session: Software Content Creation and Teaching and Learning Strategies in Science and Engineering

3. Special Session: e-Portfolios

4. Special Session: Medical e-Learning

5. General Aspects and Assessment of ICT use in Education

- Education and Globalization
- Ethical and Societal Aspects
- IPR and Copyright Issues
- Organizational, Legal and Financial Issues
- Gender and Diversity Issues in ICT Education
- Assessment of ICT use in Education
- Cultural Attitudes and Technology Acceptance
- Breaking the Digital Divide and Social Integration
- Technology Literacy and Assessment
- Lifelong Learning
- Quality Assessment
- Future prospects in ICT Education

6. Pedagogical Strategies in ICT Education

- Application and Assessment of Teaching/Learning Strategies
- Tutoring and Coaching
- Transferable Skills
- Pedagogy and Instructional Design
- Differentiated Instruction
- Effective Teaching Practices
- Innovative Teaching Practices Using Technology
- Problem Solving and Critical Thinking
- Instructional Strategies and Classroom Management
- Curricula

7. Methods and Environments for Education and Training

- Collaborative Learning
- Community Building
- Blended Learning
- Distance Education
- E-learning
- Mobile Learning
- Home Schooling
- Virtual Schools and Universities
- Emerging Learning Environments

8. Educational Software/Webs Experiences

- Best Practices and Case Studies with Educational Software/Webs
- Language Learning Innovations
- Digital Storytelling
- Serious Games
- Education for Students with Special Requirements
- User-generated Contents
- Educational Experiences Using Open Source Software

9. Technologies in the Service of Education

- Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs)
- Managed Learning Environments (MLEs)
- Learning Management Systems (LMS)
- Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) Tools
- Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS)
- Courseware Development
- Authoring Tools
- Virtual Laboratories
- Learning Objects
- Ontology-based Learning Resource Repositories
- XML Schemas and the Semantic Web
- Web Development and Applications
- Multimedia/Hypermedia
- Emerging/Innovative Technologies
- Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Technologies
- Architecture of Educational Information Systems Infrastructure
- Emerging Standards, Microformats
- Computer Networking, Systems and Related Issues
- Security and Data Protection
- Support and Maintenance
- New User Interfaces and Adaptive Technologies
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Artificial Intelligence
- Educational Robotics
- Virtual Reality
- Mobile/Wireless Technologies
- Digital Libraries


Additional Information

KEY DATES - 6 February 2009: Extended deadline for early registration - 9 February 2009: Extended deadline for abstracts submission (Preferred presentation mode: Oral) - 24 February:Extended deadline for abstracts submission (Preferred presentation mode: Poster or Virtual) - 17 March 2009: Deadline for submission of full papers to be included in the Proceedings Book - 24 March 2009: Extended registration deadline for participants who submit full papers to be included in the Proceedings Book