mLearn2016 Conference – extended call

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Dear all,

Due to a number of requests, anyone who would like an extension of time in order to complete their paper for submission to the mLearn2016 Conference is welcome to submit up to Monday 6th June 2016. However, note that delays in submission may result in delays in the reviewing process. Further information and templates can be found at http://www.mlearn2016.com/#!call-for-papers/ex1jd

Submissions are invited for:

Long papers (8 pages)

Short papers (3 pages)

Posters (250 words)

Panels (500 words)

Doctoral Consortium (4 pages)

Practitioner’s presentation (300 words)

All submissions will be double blind peer-reviewed by an international review committee. Following the review process, all accepted submissions (Long papers, Short papers and submissions for all other categories) will be published in the Conference Proceedings by IAmLearn, with an ISBN. Publication will be contingent on registration by at least one author at the mLearn 2016 conference. The mLearn 2016 Proceedings will be available on open access via the IAmLearn website (http://www.iamlearn.org/) , in addition to the softcopy which will be provided to all conference delegates. Authors of accepted submissions will also have the opportunity to revise their papers for submission to a Special Issue of the peer-reviewed International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning.

 

Conference dates: 24-26 October 2016

Location: University of Technology, Sydney, New South Wales

Conference website: www.mlearn2016.com

Registration: http://www.mlearn2016.com/#!registration/bjo0u

 

All submissions due: 6 June 2016

Notification of acceptance: 25 July 2016

Last day for early-bird registration: 8 August 2016

 

For enquiries, email: contact@mlearn2016.com

 

We look forward to your submissions!

 

Associate Professor Wan Ng (Conference Chair)

School of Education, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

 

Dr Laurel Evelyn Dyson (Co-Chair)

School of Software, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

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