Open Science Research Excellence

ICELET 2021 : International Conference on e-Learning and e-Teaching

Cairo, Egypt
December 13 - 14, 2021

Call for Papers

ICELET 2021 : International Conference on e-Learning and e-Teaching is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of e-Learning and e-Teaching. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Adaptive e-Learning and intelligent applications & tools
  • Adoption of e-Learning by academic and industry staff
  • Advanced use of multimedia
  • Anytime/anywhere e-Learning and wearable network devices
  • Application of instructional design theories
  • Applications of metadata and virtual reality
  • Asynchronous interaction
  • Blended learning approaches
  • Content Development
  • Content Management
  • Cost models for e-learning
  • Course development strategies
  • Distributed e-learning environments
  • e-books
  • e-Learning adoption
  • e-Learning and social justice
  • e-Learning design, usability, evaluation
  • e-Learning implementation and cognitive styles
  • e-Learning industry and University programs
  • e-Learning portals
  • e-Learning to support communities and individuals
  • e-Universities and business
  • Evaluation of Learning technologies
  • Groupware
  • Human resource development using e-Learning
  • Integrated learning and educational environments
  • Inter-institutional education program cooperation
  • Issues in e-Learning Research
  • Knowledge management
  • Learner characteristics
  • Learning Content Management Systems and Learning Management Systems
  • Life long e-Learning
  • Management using ICT
  • Mobile learning
  • Online and computer aided assessments
  • Open Access
  • Open Content
  • Open Education
  • Open Source
  • Pedagogy for e-Learning teachers
  • Remote and wireless teaching technologies
  • Satellite campus issues
  • Satellite technologies for e-Learning
  • Simulations and virtual learning environments
  • Social and collaborative e-Learning
  • Societal and cultural issues in e-Learning
  • Structural representations of e-Lessons
  • Support for lifelong learning
  • The future of e-Learning
  • The Learning Commons
  • Tutoring e-Learning applications and services
  • Universities, the Internet and society
  • Use of social networks
  • Uses of multimedia
  • Web technologies and the classroom