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Call for Papers

International Conference on eLearning in the Workplace

New York, NY (USA), December 2017 - ICELW 2018, the eleventh annual International Conference on eLearning in the Workplace, will be held 13-15 June 2018 at Columbia University in New York. The ICELW 2018 Call for Proposals is currently open; the deadline is 15 December 2017. 

Topics of particular interest for ICELW 2018 include demonstrations of best practices in the workplace; new uses of technology (such as virtual reality and augmented reality) for learning and performance; studies of the effectiveness of online learning; mobile learning; game-based learning; and informal learning.

ICELW is an international conference focused specifically on eLearning 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.

By uniting the corporate and academic worlds, ICELW is creating a new synergy--one with the unique capability to realize the vast potential of eLearning in business, industry, and government.
 

ICELW 2018 will incorporate an increased focus on demonstrations of successful eLearning, the application of new research ideas, and research studies to practical workplace-learning problems.

ICELW is seeking proposals covering a wide range of topics relating to eLearning in the workplace, including

  • uses of games, virtual reality (VR), and augmented reality (AR) for learning and performance
  • adaptive learning techniques
  • uses of artificial intelligence techniques for education
  • learning analytics
  • performance-support systems
  • just-in-time learning
  • mobile learning, including the use of iPads, smartphones, and other mobile devices
  • collaborative and social learning
  • eLearning design
  • eLearning usability studies
  • success stories and case studies
  • eLearning experiences in large and small organizations
  • knowledge management
  • MOOCs and their uses in professional and career development
  • strategies for implementing eLearning
  • authoring tools and learning-content-management systems (LCMSs)
  • eLearning evaluation
  • studies of eLearning in practice
  • eLearning project management
  • the use of virtual worlds in eLearning
  • 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.