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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Call for Papers: International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace


ICELW 2014, the seventh annual International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace, will be held from June 11-13, 2014 at Columbia University in New York.

The Call for Proposals is now open and the deadline is December 16th, 2013. To submit a proposal, please use the proposal submission form on http://www.icelw.org/proposals/submit.html .

Topics of particular interest for ICELW 2014 include those demonstrating best practices in the workplace, panel/roundtable discussions, and sessions involving participation among attendees.

 ICELW 2014 - The Seventh Annual International Conference on E-learning in the Workplace

June 11th-13th, 2014
Columbia University
New York, NY


 ICELW is an international conference focused specifically on e-learning in the workplace. With researchers and practitioners coming from around the globe--and from both university and business backgrounds--the ICELW community works to improve online learning so that it makes a measurable difference in workplace performance and morale.
  
ICELW 2014 Call for Proposals

Deadline
December 16, 2013

Who Should Present or Participate?

ICELW welcomes anyone with a background or interest in e-learning in the workplace, including researchers, consultants, and corporate trainers, managers, and directors.

Conference Topics

ICELW is seeking proposals covering a wide range of topics relating to e-learning in the workplace, including:
  • Online training methodologies (simulations, case-based learning, and more)
  • Performance support systems
  • Just-in-time learning
  • Mobile learning, including the use of iPads, smartphones, and other mobile devices
  • Collaborative and social learning
  • E-learning design
  • E-learning usability studies
  • Success stories and case studies
  • E-learning experiences in large and small organizations
  • Knowledge management
  • MOOCs and their uses in professional and career development
  • Strategies for implementing e-learning
  • Authoring tools and Learning Content Management Systems (LCMSs)
  • E-learning evaluation
  • Studies of e-learning in practice
  • E-learning project management
  • The use of virtual worlds in e-learning
  • Communities of practice
  • Other pertinent topics from the ICELW community
 The conference plans to use a variety of engaging formats to convey knowledge and show application, such as presentations, panel discussions, demonstrations, and brainstorming sessions.

 Where To Submit a Proposal:

If you're interested in presenting at ICELW, please complete and submit the ICELW proposal form at: http://www.icelw.org/proposals/submit.html

Please send all completed proposal forms to proposals@icelw.org by December 16, 2013.

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