We invite submission of papers reporting original academic or industrial research in the area of Advanced Learning Technologies.


Abstracts or incomplete papers will not be submitted to the review process.


Types of submissions are:

• Full paper (5 pages)

• Short paper (3 pages)

• Posters (2 pages)

• Doctoral consortium paper (2 pages)

first author must be a PhD student

• Tutorial proposals (2 pages)

the tutorial proposal should clearly outline the novelty of the content, the expected audience, objectives, and outcomes;

• Panel proposals (2 pages)

the panel proposal should clearly outline the theme, its significance, the expected audience, and have 5 or more panelists; Each panel will be one and a half hour. Panelists will have the possibility of submitting two-page papers for review and inclusion in the proceedings

• Workshops (2 pages)

the workshop proposal should clearly define workshop objectives,  the expected audience,  anticipated outcomes, and the names and short CVs of workshop proposers; workshop leaders will have the possibility of submitting two-page papers for review and inclusion in the proceedings


Industrial track paper (3 pages)

the industrial track's proposal for the industrial track should describe and discuss technologies ready to be transferred to the industrial context or to be exploited, or successful case histories of industrial development and or application


• European project track contribution (2 pages)

the European project track's proposal should describe the impact that outcomes of past and on-going European projects had or are expected to have in the next future on the technology enhanced education, or present a critical analysis of past and on-going experiences


The above page limits include authors' information, abstract (no more than 200 words), all tables, figures, references, etc.

Important Note:  Authors' information should be included ONLY in the camera-ready version of the manuscript and NOT in the initial version. However, during the preparation of the initial manuscript, authors' should leave a number of empty lines at the beginning of the manuscript, so as to include authors' information during the camera-ready manuscript submission

Authors are required to follow: IEEE Conference Publishing Services Formatting Guidelines

The authors of accepted papers will be required to complete a copyright form at the time of camera-ready manuscript submission.

All submissions will be blindly peer-reviewed by three (3) reviewers on the basis of relevance, originality, research significance, technical quality, organization and readability.

Manuscripts should be submitted in Word or RTF file formats. In case, authors are using Latex, PDF files are acceptable if they are formatted based on IEEE Conference Publishing Services Formatting Guidelines

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