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D4UTEL 2012 – Design for Ubiquitous Technology Enhanced Learning

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  • 1. D4UTEL 2012 – Design for Ubiquitous Technology Enhanced Learning Methods, Applications, Languages and Tools http://dbis.rwth-aachen.de/d4utel Workshop at MUE 2012 Madrid, Spain, July 10-13, 2012 Papers published by IEEE Press Important Dates CALL FOR PAPERSFull paper submission: January 15, 2012 D4UTEL 2012 is a workshop organized as part of the 6th International Conference on Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering (MUE 2012). Papers willNotification of acceptance: be published as part of the conference proceedings by IEEE Press (IEEE March 15, 2012 eXpress Conference Publishing group).Camera ready submissions: April 15, 2012 Background. Providing design support for orchestration of activities, roles, Conference: resources, and systems in Ubiquitous Technology-Enhanced Learning (UTEL) July 10-13, 2012 environments is a complex task. This involves not just technology or multi-device issues, but also capabilities to create innovative and engaging experiences. It Organizers requires integrated thinking and interweaving of state-of-the-art knowledge in computer science, human-computer interaction, pedagogy, instructional designManuel Caeiro-Rodriguez and curricular subject domains. Consequently, even where examples of University of Vigo, Spain successful practice or even standards and specifications like IMS Learningmanuel.caeiro@det.uvigo.es Design or Tools Interoperability exist, it is often hard to apply and (re)use these Michael Derntl efficiently and systematically. This interdisciplinary technical session aims to RWTH Aachen University, bring together practitioners and researchers from diverse backgrounds such as Aachen, Germany computer science, education, and cognitive sciences to share their proposals andderntl@dbis.rwth-aachen.de findings related with the design of activities, resources and systems for UTEL Davinia Hernandez-Leo applications involving new technologies and devices. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain Topics. We are seeking original papers that present promising approaches,davinia.hernandez@upf.edu applications, methodologies, results, case studies, and tools in the following areas:  Languages and notation systems for designing UTEL  Frameworks and methodologies for designing UTEL Published by IEEE Press  Standards and specifications for UTEL design and modeling  Workflow modeling for UTEL design  UTEL design methodologies and theories  UTEL design applications and authoring tools (e.g. widgets)  UTEL design for pervasive devices Supported by  User/case studies on design languages, methods and applications in UTEL  Game design for UTEL (serious games, educational games)  Human factors and HCI in design for UTEL  Pattern-based design for UTEL  Meta-models for UTEL design http://itec.eun.org  Architectural design for UTEL tools and platforms (e.g. mobile clouds)  Integration of UTEL design languages and metadata  Visual design interfaces and tools ... and other topics of relevance to the technical session theme. Submissions. Submit papers in IEEE CS proceedings paper format, including tables and figures, 8 pages by 15 January 2012. All paper submissions must represent original and unpublished work. Submission of a paper should be regarded as an undertaking that, should the paper be accepted, at least one of the authors will register for the conference and present the work.

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