5.0475 Conf: Emerging Computer Technology in Education (1/166)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Tue, 26 Nov 1991 16:08:13 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 5, No. 0475. Tuesday, 26 Nov 1991.

Date: Mon, 25 Nov 91 18:42:09 CST
Subject: Conference: Emerging Computer Technologies in Education

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East-West Conference
on Emerging Computer Technologies in Education

April 6-9, 1992
(originally April 14-17, 1992)
Moscow, USSR


The aims of the East-West Conference on Emerging Computer Techno-
logies in Education are to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas
between Eastern and Western scientists and to present to the Soviet
educational community the current state-of-the-art on the theory and
practice of using emerging computer-based technology in education.
The Technical Programme will include paper presentations, invited
talks, posters, tutorials and demonstrations. An exhibition of
software products is also anticipated.

The Conference is organised and sponsored by: Association for the
Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), International Centre for
Scientific and Technical Information (ICSTI), and Soviet Association
for Artificial Intelligence (SAAI). The Conference will take place in
the ICSTI Building in Moscow.

Topics of Interest

The conference is designed to cover the following subfields of
advanced research in the field of computers and education:

- Artificial Intelligence and Education
- Educational Multi-Media and Hyper-Media
- Learning Environments, Microworlds and Simulation

We invite submission of original research/development papers or
review papers on topics in these subfields. We also invite tutorial
papers on topics pertaining to the conference.

Submission of Papers and Posters

Submissions can be either research/development, review, or
tutorial paper abstracts or research/development poster abstracts.
Authors are requested to submit an extended English abstract (about
500 words) in electronic format (by E-mail or ordinary mail on DOS or
UNIX "tar" diskette) to the Conference Secretary.

Each submission should contain the type of submission, the title,
the name(s) of the author(s), complete address(es), electronic
address(es), keywords and one or more of the conference subjects fol-
lowed by the "500 words" abstract.

All submissions will be reviewed by the international program
committee. Acceptance/rejection of paper submissions will be notified
by January 15. Acceptance/rejection of poster submissions will be
notified by February 10. Poster abstracts submitted before 10-th
January, 1992 will be considered in preference to late proposals.

The authors of accepted paper submissions will receive instruc-
tions concerning the style of presentation of their text (about 5000
words) for publication in the proceedings. The proceedings as well as
the abstracts of accepted posters will be distributed at the confer-
ence. The best papers will be invited to be published in the Journal
of Artificial Intelligence in Education and the Journal of Educational
Multimedia and Hypermedia, pulished by AACE, and Simulation & Gaming:
An International Journal, published by Sage Publications.

Accepted papers are presented in a 20-60 minute lecture-style
format. Poster presenters are provided with poster space and are
required to be available at their poster during designed time (about 2
hours). The authors of the accepted submissions are welcome also to
prepare a video or computer demonstration related with the topic of

Important Dates

Paper Submissions Deadline: December 1, 1991
Poster Submissions Deadline: January 15, 1992
Paper Submissions Acceptance Notification: January 15, 1992
Poster Submissions Acceptance Notification: February 15, 1992
Receipt of Camera-Ready Papers: February 24, 1992
(originally March 1, 1992)

Program Committee Chair
Dmitry Pospelov (SAAI, USSR)

Organizing Committee Chair
Alexander Butrimenko (ICSTI, USSR)

Program Committee:
KSR Anjaneyulu (India)
David McArthur (USA)
Philip Barker (England)
Ehud Bar-On (Israel)
Ben du Boulay (England)
Peter Brusilovsky (Russia)
Sergey Christochevsky (Russia)
David Crookall (USA)
Alexey Dovgyallo (Ukraine)
Marc Eisenstadt (England)
Monique Grandbastien (France)
Jim Greer (Canada)
Roger Hartley (England)
Stephen Heppel (England)
Marlene Jones (Canada)
Greg Kearsley (USA)
Riichiro Mizoguchi (Japan)
Claus Moebus (Germany)
Leonard Rastrigin (Latvia)
Brian Reiser (USA)
Luigi Sarti (Italy)
Julita Vassileva (Bulgaria)
Boris Velichkovsky (Russia)
Radboud Winkels (The Netherlands)
Beverly Woolf (USA)

Conference Secretary
Peter Brusilovsky (Russia, USSR)

Conference Secretary addresses:

Dr. Peter Brusilovsky
East-West Conference on Emerging Computer Technologies in Education
International Centre for Scientific and Technical Information (ICSTI)
Kuusinen str. 21b, Moscow 125252, USSR
E-mail: eastwest@plb.icsti.su or eastwest%plb.icsti.su@ussr.eu.net
Telex: 411925 MCNTI
FAX: +7 095 943 0089

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