Special issue on Technology Enhanced Learning

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The editors invite scholarly articles on Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) to focus on the technological
support of any pedagogical approach that utilizes technology, to be considered for a special issue of the MEEM,
which is the official publication of the IEEE Education Society Student Activities Committee (ISSN
1558-7908) whose primary objective is to facilitate the publication of interesting, useful, and informative
material on all aspects of multidisciplinary engineering education for the benefit of students and young
educators.

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Special issue on Technology Enhanced Learning

  1. 1. >IEEE MULTIDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING EDUCATION MAGAZINE, VOL. 6, NO. 1, March 2011< 42Special issue on Technology Enhanced Learning http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/e/sac/meem It is free for authors to publish their works.The editors invite scholarly articles on Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) to focus on the technologicalsupport of any pedagogical approach that utilizes technology, to be considered for a special issue of the MEEM,which is the official publication of the IEEE Education Society Student Activities Committee (ISSN1558-7908) whose primary objective is to facilitate the publication of interesting, useful, and informativematerial on all aspects of multidisciplinary engineering education for the benefit of students and youngeducators.We are inviting students or young researchers/educators to submit articles relevant to the following topics,but not limit to, in this special issue:Topics for submission include but are not limited to:– Affective and Pervasive Computing for Learning– Classroom, Ubiquitous and Mobile Technologies EnhancedLearning (CUMTEL)– Development and applications of digital content for e-learning– Discipline-based cases for e-learning– e-Learning Accessibility (EA)– Emerging tools and technologies for e-learning– Game-based Learning– Information Society & Culture (ISC)– Innovative Design of Learning Software (IDOLS)– Joyful Learning & Society (JL&S)– Learning and Knowledge Management– Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning– Social computing in e-learning– Technology Enhanced Language Learning (TELL)– Technology Enhanced Science Learning (TESL)– Technology Facilitated Testing and Assessment (TFTA)
  2. 2. >IEEE MULTIDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING EDUCATION MAGAZINE, VOL. 6, NO. 1, March 2011< 43– Theoretical foundations for e-learning– Trends in content/courseware developmentThe MEEM publishes three types of articles:• Regular papers (5 or more pages)• Short papers (around 3 pages)• Letters (free size, with a mininum of one page)Timeline• Submission of manuscripts - June 30, 2011• Reviews back to authors – August 1, 2011• Revised manuscript submitted - August 15, 2011• Final decision notification - August 30, 2011• Expected publication date – September or December, 2011Submission Preparation Checklist1. Did you format your paper using the IEEE Transactions on Education Guidelines?(http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/e/sac/meem/public/MEEM_camera_ready.doc)2. Is the first author a student? (Required for full/short paper submission)Submission:1. Login IEEE MEEM system and submit your papers from(http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/e/sac/meem/index.php/meem/about/submissions)2. Send your papers by email (meem@ourglocal.org)Special Issue EditorsZhao Xinyou, University of Electro-Communications, JapanRainier Ngie Ong, PhilippinesOscar M. Bonastre, Miguel Hernandez University, SpainEmmanuel A. Gonzalez, Mapua Institute of Technology, PhilippinesDimitris Karadimas, University of Patras, Greece, GreeceAisha Yousuf, University of Michigan-Dearborn, United States

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