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KEYCIT consists of three joint conferences with separate calls for papers:


Call for Papers - KEYCIT main conference

Key competencies in informatics and ICT may be considered from different perspectives. The following are examples of important questions that will be discussed at the conference:

Invited speakers, tutorials, workshops, and poster/system presentations on the main conference theme will accompany regular presentations of papers.

The conference will provide a forum for lecturers and researchers as well as school and university practitioners.

Conference activities

The conference will feature full papers, short papers, tutorials, workshops, and poster or system presentations. Proposals for each of these session types are invited. All submissions will be refereed according to international standards; further submission guidelines as well as evaluation criteria will be available on the conference homepage.

Papers

A full paper is a standard academic research paper of at most 12 pages. A short paper can be up to 5 pages long and is an academic paper, a position paper, a case study, a policy paper or a national perspective.

Tutorials

Tutorials pursue further education of the participants be it on current innovative projects, programming languages or systems. Proposals for tutorials describe the subject, learning outcomes, time frame, technical requirements and maximum number of participants.

Workshops

In workshops innovative projects or open problems linked to the conference theme or to other current subjects in computer science education will be discussed. Workshops comprise a small number of key presentations followed by a discussion among the participants. Proposals for workshops consist of a short sketch of the subject (max. 3 pages) to be discussed along with planned activities, time frame, and maximum number of participants.

Posters and system presentations

Ongoing research, hard- and software prototypes, theses on selected research activities on the conference theme may be popularized and discussed during the conference. Participants are encouraged to submit a short description (max. 2 pages) of the exhibit as well as technical requirements.

Focus groups, professional groups

Members of IFIP TC3 – WG 3.1/3.3/3.4/3.7 working groups are encouraged to suggest meetings, focus groups or professional groups.

Conference publication

Accepted full and short papers will be published in printed form in the series Commentarii informaticae didacticae

and also be available online. Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version to the electronic journal informatica didactica:

info   Call for Papers - KEYCIT 2014


Call for Papers - KCICTP - WG 3.4 parallel conference stream

Key competencies in professional and higher education in ICT may be considered from different perspectives. Possible topics for discussion include, but are not restricted to the following:

Conference activities

The conference has been designed to provide a forum for researchers and lecturers as well as practitioners. It will feature full papers and short papers. A full paper is a standard academic research paper of at most 15 pages. A short paper can be up to 5 pages long and is an academic paper, a position paper, a case study, a policy paper or a national perspective.

Proposals for each of these session types are invited. All submissions will be refereed according to international standards. Further submission guidelines as well as evaluation criteria will be available on the conference homepage.

Members of IFIP WG 3.4 will run this element of the conference.

Conference publication

After the conference a Springer book will be produced from selected (and enhanced) conference papers. All papers will first be peer-reviewed.

info   Call for Papers - KCICTP 2014


Call for Papers - ITEM - WG 3.7 parallel conference stream

Key digital competencies and skills are currently being placed centre-stage and are highlighted more and more in school and university programmes. There are implications for their management in educational systems and for learning, and there are issues of how to do this most effectively.

Managing key digital competencies and skills may be considered from different perspectives, and important implications and issues will be discussed at this conference:

The conference will be organised into sessions dedicated to different aspects of these questions from the perspective of compulsory education, university education, teacher training and educational management, and training and employment.

The conference will provide a forum for researchers and lecturers as well as school practitioners.

Conference activities

Invited speakers, symposia, and poster/system presentations relating to implications and issues on the main conference theme will accompany regular presentations of papers. Proposals for each of these session types are invited. All submissions will be refereed according to international standards; further submission guidelines as well as evaluation criteria will be available on the conference homepage.

Papers

A full paper is a standard academic research paper of, at most, 12 pages. A short paper can be up to 5 pages long and is an academic paper, a position paper, a case study, a policy paper or a national perspective. Symposia papers should be submitted as long or short papers.

Symposia

A symposium is a collection of related papers on a central theme of the conference. Proposals for symposia outline the theme, the participants, and an abstract of each of their papers.

Posters and system presentations

Ongoing research, projects, hard- and software developments, and theses on selected research activities on the conference theme may be presented and discussed during the conference. Participants should submit a short description (maximum 2 pages) of the exhibit as well as technical requirements.

Members of IFIP TC3 – WG 3.7 working group, in association with other WGs, will run this element of the conference.

The conference, the 11th for the Information Technology in Educational Management working group, builds on and develops key points and concerns raised in the conferences immediately preceding this one:

Conference publication

Accepted full and short papers will be peer-reviewed, double blind, and will be selected, following revision after the conference, for inclusion within edited post-conference proceedings.

info   Call for Papers - ITEM 2014


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