Technology has become an integral part in virtually all aspects of education, broadly covering curriculum planning, content development and delivery, communication among learners, instructors and institution, assessment and programme evaluation. The International Conference on Technology in Education (ICTE) aims to serve as a platform for relevant academic exchanges across higher education institutions, focusing especially on sharing of good practices and results from studies.
We sincerely welcome administrators, teaching staff, researchers and persons involved in higher education to participate in this event. ICTE 2015 is co-organized by Caritas Institute of Higher Education (CIHE), the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK), and the School of Professional and Continuing Education of the University of Hong Kong (HKU SPACE).
Excellent Paper Awards
The ICTE will be attended by academics, professional experts and practitioners and receive notable contributions from international academicians, researchers, professionals and practitioners. As recognitions of the outstanding contributions, the Programme Committee is pleased to announce that “Excellent Paper Awards” will be established and results will be announced at the Closing Ceremony on 4 July 2015.
This year, the ICTE organizers are very honored to have the generous sponsorships given by Sunlite Computronics Limited to facilitate the academic exchange with scholars from developing countries. Among all the Excellent Paper Awardees, five authors from developing countries will be selected and each given an amount of HK$1,000 as a token of appreciation. All paper submitted by authors from developing countries and accepted by the Programme Committee will be nominated to this award.
For the list of developing countries, please refer to the International Statistical Institute website.
Papers are welcome on topics relevant to the conference theme of "Technology-mediated Proactive Learning". These include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Blended learning in practice
- Mobile learning and ubiquitous learning
- Use of social media for learning
- Computer supported collaborative learning
- Intelligent tutoring and advising systems
- Learning platforms and content management systems
- Massive open online courses
- Institutional policies on technology-enhanced learning
- Knowledge management through technology
- Educational administration through technology
Other relevant topics would be considered.
Accepted papers will be included in an electronic Conference Proceedings to be published by Caritas Institute of Higher Education. Authors of selected papers will also be invited to submit extended versions for publication in the Springer's Communications in Computer and Information Science.