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Kruse, Fabian [Fabian] - 04. Apr 2019, 11:34

International ILIAS Conference 2019: Call for Papers

The 18th International ILIAS Conference will take place on September 26th and 27th. It will be hosted by the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) in Dresden.

In order to prepare an interesting programme for all attendees, we have published a call for papers. You are invited to submit contributions in the following core topic areas:
  • Improve accessibility: How can we ease using e-learning? Which barriers and obstacles have to be removed? The focus is not only set on technical accessibility. We are looking also for contributions with a wider scope for inclusion.
  • Qualifying with ILIAS: We are looking for presentations and workshops from all fields of education and training where ILIAS is used for targeted qualification. What were the technological, didactical, content and learner-related challenges faced and how were they mastered?
  • Push user experience: Here we are interested in approaches that by way of technical, design or administrative adjustments, lead to enhanced usability for a particular target group or to a more attractive interface. Also concepts for didactic designs or user guidance that make more fun to use ILIAS are highly appreciated.
  • And the content?: Without good content the best LMS has no effect. But what is good content? Where does it come from? How to create it, get it, share it? And which are the traps in content creation? A lot of questions - we hope for good answers.
  • E-learning innovations: What are current and upcoming trends in e-leaerning? And what will be the role of ILIAS? This slot is offered to present and discuss innovative ideas and projects from a broader range of topics.
Contributions can be submitted in several different formats, ranging from lectures and workshops to hands-on tutorials and participations in best practice spaces. The call for papers is open until midnight on April 30th, 2019.

Further information can be found directly on the conference website.

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