International Council for Educational Media Conference 2013
we-Learning: Content, Community and Collaboration
Authors are invited to submit abstracts and participate in the 63rd International Council for Educational Media (ICEM) Conference that will be held in Singapore from 1 – 4 October 2013.
The late 1990s saw the emergence of e-Learning. Many schools and institutions have embarked on campus-wide initiatives that comprised content-driven and technology-enhanced pedagogy until the advent of Web 2.0. Now, however, the educational model is undergoing a complete change of approach and both the blended learning model and participative learning have become more possible and meaningful, especially when combined with the changing profile of Gen Y students.
The conference theme 'we-Learning: Content, Community and Collaboration' recognises these pervasive and rapid changes that are having a profound impact on education and society. Education at all levels plays a central role in shaping the way these changes affect the economy, society and a new generation of knowledge workers. Knowledge and content are now a touch away and the new classroom has no physical boundaries. People and resources are linked across borders allowing for new types of collaboration. What does this mean for learning and teaching in tertiary education? This conference explores the paradigm shift from e-Learning to we-Learning, and the broad consequences for education in a changing world.
Conference Date and Location
Date: 1 – 4 October 2013
Location: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Topics of interest to this international event include, but are not limited to the following:
• Social and Collaborative Learning
• Participative Learning
• Integrative Learning with Technology
• Learning Design (Theory and Practice)
• Games and gamification in education and training
• Borderless mobile learning
• Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs)
• Social media and learning
• Distance education and Web 2.0
• Educational media
• New media, new literacies
• Research and evaluation methods in educational technology
• Professional development, teacher education and lifelong learning
• Social media and learning
• Creative learning and teaching models
• New learning spaces and technology
• Changing conditions of higher education
We encourage the submission of a variety of papers and works including but not limited to position papers, empirical research, case studies, classroom implementations, case studies with applications of educational technology, theoretical discussions, and critical reviews of literature.
Abstract Submission Guidelines
The abstract should include a brief introduction, research questions, research design and methods, and (expected) results in no more than 500 words (approximately 1-2 pages, single spaced).
Submit your abstract here:
Abstracts submission deadline: 31 March 2013
Acceptance notification: 30 June 2013
Final camera ready papers due by 15 August 2013
More information of the ICEM2013 conference is available at http://icem2013.ntu.edu.sg.
We look forward to your participation!