Category Archives: conference

2012 eTech Ohio Conference Display

On Wednesday, February 15, we spent the day at the eTech Ohio Conference with two of our GeoHistorian teachers, Christine Goff and Sean Mostov. We got quite a bit of traffic at our display table, and judging from those who visited us, word is getting around about the project.

Slides from the display can be found on the GeoHistorian Publications and Presentations page.

Mobile 2012 Conference

I went to this conference in Phoenix last year, and it was great, so I highly recommend it. Here is some news I just got from the Mobile 2012 organizers:


The Arizona K12 Center is excited to bring you Mobile Learning Experience 2012!  If you haven’t already registered and you are interested in attending again this year, good news…we extended Early Bird rates until this Sunday, January 29th!  Attached is a flyer with more information, we hope to see you there!

For registration and information visit us at

Arizona K12 Center

Call for Papers, WMUTE 2012

Call For Papers
7th IEEE International Conference on Wireless, Mobile &  Ubiquitous Technologies in Education (WMUTE 2012)

4th IEEE International Conference on Digital Game and Intelligent Toy Enhanced Learning (DIGITEL 2012)

March 27-30, 2012 in Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan
Sponsored by:

  • IEEE Computer Society
  • IEEE Technical COmmittee on Learning Technology
  • Support Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology Research Foundation
  • Kagawa University

The proceedings of both conferences will be published by IEEE Computer Society.
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Important Dates:

  • Submission deadline: Sep 15th, 2011, for all submissions
  • Notification of acceptance: Nov 30, 2011
  • Final version: Jan 6, 2012
  • Conference date: March 27-30, 2012

Submission Types:

  • Full papers: 8 pages
  • Short papers: 5 pages
  • Posters: 3 pages
  • Workshop proposals: 2 pages
  • Demo / interactive events proposals: 2 pages
  • Doctor Student Consortium proposals: 5 pages

For detailed information, please refer to the conference web site:

Learning Without Frontiers 2011: Mobile Research Strand Agenda Now Online

The new page with the program for the Research Strand is up at:

Short URL is:

It’s also in the interactive guide at: which will soon be an iOS/Android/Blackberry App first week in January 2011. We’ve got a great line-up of speakers, so go check it out!

LWF 2011 Late-Breaking Papers Due by Nov. 29, 2010

Are you doing something great in the area of mobile learning? Want to present about it in London at the 2011 Learning Without Frontiers Conference? If your answer is “yes”, this notice is for you:

Late-breaking papers for the 2011 Learning Without Frontiers Conference in London are due by November 29, 2010. Details about paper formatting and submission can be found at We are no longer accepting proposals for short or long papers.

Full conference details can be accessed at The conference will be held Jan. 9-11, 2011 in London.

Papers should be submitted to mvanthoo at (please put “LWF 2011 late breaking paper submission” in the subject line). Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions at this email account as well.

LWF2011: Deadline Mobile Learning Research Abstracts Extended

The call for video abstracts for the mobile research strand of the Learning Without Frontiers 2011 conference has been extended until Friday, September 24, 2010. Submit yours today!! The conference itself will be in London on January 9-11, 2011.

Learning Without Frontiers 2011: Call for Research Abstracts (Formerly Handheld Learning 2010)

There have been many changes in the UK in recent month, including in education. One result is that the Handheld Learning conference has been subsumed under the Learning Without Frontiers name. The call for video abstracts for the mobile research strand of this conference is now open, so click on over and submit yours today!! Abstracts are due by September 10, 2010. The conference itself will be in London on January 9-11, 2011.

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