London International Conference on Education (LICE-2012)

full name / name of organization: 
London International Conference on Education / Infonomics Society
contact email: 
info@liceducation.org

The London International Conference on Education (LICE) is an international
refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices
in education. The LICE promotes collaborative excellence between academicians
and professionals from Education.

The aim of LICE is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals
from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the
knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy.
The LICE-2012 invites research papers that encompass conceptual analysis,
design implementation and performance evaluation. All accepted papers will
appear in the proceedings and modified version of selected papers will be
published in special issues peer reviewed journals.

IMPORTANT DATES:

Extended Abstract (Work in Progress) Submission Date: August 31, 2012
Research Paper, Student Paper, Case Study, Report Submission Date: August 15, 2012
Proposal for Workshops: August 31, 2012
Notification of Workshop Acceptance/Rejection: September 10, 2012
Notification of Extended Abstract (Work in Progress) Acceptance/Rejection: September 10, 2012
Notification of Research Paper, Student Paper, Case Study, Report Acceptance /Rejection: September 1, 2012
Camera Ready Paper Due: October 10, 2012
Participant(s) Registration (Open): May 25, 2012
Early Bird Registration Deadline (Authors only): August 01 to September 16, 2012
Late Bird Registration Deadline (Authors only): September 17 to October 30, 2012
Conference Dates: November 19-22, 2012

For further information, please visit www.liceducation.org

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