Indexing & Abstracting
Venue: FCT Education Resource Centre, Abuja-Nigeria Date: September 22-24, 2019
Date: September 22-24, 2019
Theme: FCT Education Resource Centre
Sub-Themes and Topics
Cloud computing; Collaborative technologies; E-publishing/digital libraries; Learning management systems; Mobile teaching and learning technologies; Social networks; Videoconferencing; Alternative & innovative assessment; Assessment in cross-cultural research; Best practices in assessment/evaluation; Performance and outcome assessment; Contextualized innovation; Scalability, usability,& sustainability; Education reform with technology; Government initiatives and programs; Technology Policy issues and trends; Quality assurance and accreditation; Teacher education & technology integration; E-learning benchmarks and standards; Evaluating for quality improvement; Asynchronous Learning; Authoring Technology; Best Practices In ICT Classrooms; Constructivist Perspectives; Cooperative/Collaborative Learning; Data Mining Strategies; Diffusion Of Innovation; Distance and Open Learning; Educational Technology & Globalization; Human Resources Aspects; Hypermedia Applications; ICT Integration; ICT Literacy In Education; Improving Classroom Teaching; Instructional Materials and Design; Active Learning and Blended Instructions; The Classroom and New Learning; Technologies, Strategies and Methods; Software, Games and Simulations; Vocational/Technical Education; Educational Projects and Innovations; Experiences in Learning;Virtual Technologies; Learning Objects and Technology; Asynchronous Learning; Content Management Systems; Innovative Teaching Strategies; Learning Management Systems; Online Assessment; Online Collaboration; Online Forum Discussion; Smart-Board Teaching; Table of Specifications; Virtual Classrooms; Digital Libraries; E-Learning Strategies; Curriculum Design; Networks, Partnerships, and Exchanges; Competencies and perspectives; Courses, programs, degrees; Learning barriers, challenges; Learning communities/Environments; Learning partnerships and innovations; Innovative Approaches to Learning; Contextualized & real-world learning; Case, Scenario & Project -based learning; Collaborative learning; Communities of practice; Electronic Performance Support Systems; Game-based learning; Learner-centered, and self-directed learning; Learning management and support systems; Lifelong, informal & nontraditional learning; On-demand and just-in-time learning; Participatory learning and media; Personalized learning environment; Virtual reality learning environments; Free and open source software; Learning portals; Localization of content and knowledge; Online language learning; Open access publishing; Open courses, learning, and open resources; Publishing, copyright and other legal issues; Open projects, partnerships, and consortia; Participatory/contributory communities; Socially Responsive Learning; Digital divide issues, initiatives, and cases; Digital and social media for engaging youth; Ethical, cultural, historical aspects; social issues in technology use; Education online films, Documentaries, news, & other media; Learning technologies for change; Rural community learning and technology; Technology solutions for the marginalized; Technology uses in multicultural contexts; Flexible learning/Training; Innovative online learning & programming; Mobile and ubiquitous learning; Online learning environments; Mobile Communication Services; Agents and Multi-Agents systems for ICT; Antennas & Propagation; Artificial Intelligence / Expert Systems; Bioinformatics and Scientific Computing; Environmental Technology; Broadband & Intelligent Networks; Business Information Systems; Econometrics; ICT Systems and Networks; Complex Systems: Modeling; Computational Intelligence Applications; Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition; Data Base Management; Data Generation and Data Fusion; Data Warehousing, Ontology &Databases; Distributed Sensor Networks; E-Commerce & E-Business; Mining Technology; E-Government & E-Working; E-Health & Biomedical Applications; E-Learning & E-Collaborations; Emerging Technologies & Applications; Ethical &Legal issues in Environment; Evolutionary & Genetic Algorithms; Fuzzy Logic & Systems; Fuzzy, ANN & Expert Approaches; Human-Computer Interaction; ICT & Banking; ICT & Intelligent Transportation; ICT in Environmental Sciences; Image & Multimedia Applications; Image Analysis and Processing; Information & Data Security; Information Indexing & Retrieval; Information Management Systems; Information Processing; Information systems & Applications; Intelligent Computing Systems; Internet Applications & Performances; Knowledge Based Systems; Time Management; Knowledge Development; Machine Learning Technologies; Machine Vision & Remote sensing; Management Information Systems; Geographical Information Systems; Mobile Networks & Services; Mobile/Wireless Computing; Natural Language Processing; Network Management and Services; Networking Theory & Technologies; Neural Networks Applications; Next Generation Network; Optical Communications; Parallel and Distributed Computing; Protocols and Standards; QoS Management; Real-Time and Embedded Systems; Robotic Technologies; Satellite & Space Communications; Security and Cryptography; Semantic Web Applications; Signal & Image Processing; Systems & Software Engineering; Virtual workforces; Web Engineering; Wireless Communications; Emerging Technologies in Education; Engineering Education and Sustainability;Innovation and Good Practice; Learning and Teaching Methodology; Media Production; Computer Software in Engineering; Mathematical and Statistical Applications; e-Learning Tools and Developments; Computer Science in engineering; Web-based Learning; Elect/Electronics Engineering Education; E-Learning & Classroom Learning; Mechanical Engineering Education; Technologies of Virtual Education; Chemical Engineering Education; Computer and Web-based Software; Ethical Issues in Engineering Education; Virtual Environments for Education; University-Industry Collaboration; Digital Classrooms; Innovation in Engineering Education; Multimedia in Engineering Education; Current and Future Trends and Directions; Historical Foundations and Heritages; Philosophical Issues of Education; Sociological Perspectives; Psychological Aspects; Political Dimensions; Legal and Institutional Issues; Education Practice: Issues and Experiences; Economics/Management of Education; Indigenous Education; Internationalization and Globalization; Adult Education/Life-Long Learning; Distance Education and Open Education; Virtual Education and Learning; Technologies, Strategies and Methods; Modeling, and Learning; Organizational Learning; Research and Development; Online Systems and Forums; Teacher Education; Gender, Feminism and the Girl-Child; Religious and Cultural Construction; The School Principalship; Teaching and Learning Projects; Language, Mother Tongue and TL; Quality, Testing and Assessment; The Learning Society; E-Society and Modernity; Mathematics Education; Studentship and Graduations; Employment and Labour Dynamics; Diversity, Barriers and Rights Issues; Technology, Software and Games; Pre-primary and Primary Education; Intellectual Property and Copyrights; Colonialism and Education; Quality Assurance, Accreditation, Certification; Vocational/Technical Education; Physical Education and Sports; Social Studies and Nationalism; Business Education & Entrepreneurship; Agricultural Education; Music Education; Fine and Applied Arts; Home Economics/Management; Health Education and Safety; Population Education; Teaching and Learning for Citizenship; Military Education; Architecture Education; Science Teaching and Learning; Cross-Cultural Studies in TL; Educational Projects and Innovations; Knowledge Management; The Private Sector and Education; Education Networks/Cooperation; Experiences/Experiments in Learning; Secondary Education and Pre-University; Remedial Programmes and Extra-Murals; Engineering and Medical Education; Legal Education and Human Rights; Nomadic and Non Formal Education; Education Policy Implementation; Universal Basic Education; Curriculum Planning and Implementation; Monitoring and Evaluation; Environmental Education; Human-Computer Interaction; Libraries and Information Studies; E-Learning, M-Learning and U-Learning; Parenting/Homeschooling and TL; Administration and Organization of Education; Virtual Technologies, Objects and Classrooms; Links and Experience Between Institutions, Industries and Local Community; Teaching Status and Motivation; School Plant and Objects; Contemporary Issues and Concerns; Comparative Analysis and Experiences; Learning Objects and Applications; Prospects and Challenges of Education; The Learner: Past, Present and Future; Special Education/ Learning Disabilities; Authoring and Publishing Technology; Pedagogical Issues and Experiences; Rural Education; Academic Advising and Counselling; Kinesiology and Leisure Science; Geographical Education; Research Methodology; Innovation and Change In Education; Instructional Design; Intelligent E-Learning Systems; Intelligent Training Technology; Interactive E-Learning Systems; Interactive Learning Environment; Knowledge Management In E-Learning; Learning and Content Management Systems; Learning and Teaching With Technology; Learning Objects; Life Long Learning and Technology; Mobile Learning; Multimedia Applications; Network Based Education and Training; Pedagogical and Practical Issues; Pedagogical and Practical Issues; Professional Development & Teacher Training; Simulations In Education; Teaching/Learning Strategies; Video Games For Learning; Virtual Classroom, Virtual University
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