Conference 2011

     Immersive Technologies for Learning:

     Virtual implementation, real outcomes           


 
 

Second International Conference: Publication schedule

The organising committee encourages the submission of individual abstracts focused on the use of virtual worlds in the following areas:


  1. Citizenship, identity and virtual environments for learning

  2. Media, multimedia and virtual reality

  3. Adaptive and intuitive environments

  4. Computer mediated communication

  5. e-Learning

  6. e-Portfolios

  7. m-Learning

  8. Games for education

  9. Grids for education

  10. Apps for education

  11. Emerging technologies

  12. Creativity

  13. Educational technology futures


Revised full versions of conference papers should be submitted to stewartmartin2@me.com by Friday 30th September 2011 using the template that may be downloaded here. Papers will be published as an ISBN eBook and also in a hard copy volume. All submissions are minimally double blind peer reviewed. The rest of the publication schedule for iVERG 2011 Proceedings is:


End of October        feedback to authors from peer-review
End of November    revised papers to be submitted, incorporating specific responses

                                   to reviewer comments
end of December    publication


For authors developing a second paper for the Special Edition of the Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments, separate guidance will have been issued by individual email. These papers must be formatted in line with the Journal’s submission guidance and closely follow its formatting template. Manuscripts should be submitted to stewartmartin2@me.com by Friday 28th October 2011 and be clearly identified by including “IJVPLE Submission” in the email subject line.

iVERG 2010 Proceedings