The 2nd International Conference on Information Technology i



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The 2nd International Conference on Information Technology in Education will be held on December 13~15, 2009 in Shenzhen, China. The conference proceedings will be published by IEEE Computer Society, all papers accepted will be included in IEEE Xplore and indexed by EI Compendex.
Topics: The conference is soliciting state-of-the-art research papers in the following areas of
Collaborative and Group Learning:
Group Learning Environment
Networked Learning Communities
Analysis and Modeling of Group Interactions
Design Principles for Collaborative Learning
Communities of Learners, Communities of Practice
Blog Culture and Its Impact on Education
E-Learning and Knowledge Management:
Organizational E-Learning Strategies
Blended e-Learning, Instructional Design
Mentoring and Coaching Programs
Human Resource Management and Development
Lifelong Learning, Evaluation of E-Learning
Quality Management of E-Learning
Inter-Disciplinary Perspectives
Theory Development, Experimental Methods
Evaluating of Teaching and Learning Technologies:
Performance Technology in Education
Evaluation of E-Learning Programs
Assessing the Use of Technology in Learning
Socially Informed and Instructional Design:
Social and Cultural Dimensions of Learning
Social-Historical-Cultural Contexts and Identity
Motivation and Engagement in Learning
Informal Learning Environments
Development and Evaluation of Learning Environment
Grid-Based Distributed Learning and Resources Environment
Learning Systems Platforms and Architectures:
Web-Based Learning Platforms
Technology Standards for E-Learning
Metadata for Learning Objects and Materials
Document Management for Learning
Authoring Tools and Assessment Tools
Modeling and representation:
Models of Learners and Facilitators
Learning Process Models Design
Tasks and Problem-Solving Processes
Knowledge Representation and Ontologies
Innovative Pedagogical Models
Policies for Technology Implementation
Professional Development