[Blueboard] call for abstracts: 3rd national conference on elearning

Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo, Ph.D. mrodrigo at ateneo.edu
Wed Apr 14 10:41:30 PHT 2004


3RD NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELEARNING

Organized by the Philippine eLearning Society (PeLS) 
With support from the IT & e-Commerce Council (ITECC)

Date and Venue: 6 August 2004, Ateneo de Manila University

Theme: Human Development Through Networked Knowledge


CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Practitioners of elearning in basic and higher education, non-formal and
technical-vocational education, and corporate training are invited to
submit abstracts of papers to the 3rd National Conference on eLearning.
Papers may be in the form of empirical research, case studies, and
frameworks for decision-making regarding the application of information
and communication technologies in education and training.

Abstracts must be 300-400 words long in Word *.doc or *.rtf file format.
Email abstracts to papers at elearning.ph or send by fax or in hard copy
format to:

	Prof. Patricia B. Arinto
	Chair, Papers Committee, 3rd National Conference on eLearning
	Rm. 217 National Computer Center, CP Garcia Ave., Quezon City 
	Tel No. (02)426-1514, (02)928-0138; Fax No. (02)426-1515

Abstracts must be submitted by May 21, 2004. Authors should indicate their
contact numbers and email address. Notices of acceptance will be issued
by June 5, 2004. The deadline for full papers (for those whose abstracts
are accepted) is July 15, 2004. 


This year's conference is organized by the Philippine eLearning Society
(PeLS), which was founded on July 30, 2003 in Manila with the objective
of promoting substantive content, appropriate pedagogy, and appropriate
use of technology for eLearning, guided by ongoing research activities.

PeLS serves as a venue for: 
•	Promoting research on the effective use of eLearning 
•	Sharing of eLearning experiences 
•	Developing standards of excellence 
Promoting interoperability of eLearning systems 
•	Encouraging collaboration in the development of substantive content 
•	Cooperating with international eLearning groups 
Promoting public awareness and appreciation of the nature and uses of
eLearning 

Information on applying for membership and other PeLS matters can be found
at http://www.elearning.ph.

-- 
Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo, Ph.D.
Chair
Department of Information Systems and Computer Science
Ateneo de Manila University







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