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IEL 2010

IEL 2010

3rd workshop on Inclusive E-Learning

9th/ 10th September 2010 – King's College London

Following two successful previous workshops in 2008 (Maastricht/The Netherlands) and 2009 (Rostock/Germany), in the 3rd workshop on Inclusive E-Learning (IEL) we would like to go further into the question how we can provide inclusive systems addressing people with and without special needs and where are the limits of these demands. In our 2009 workshop we learned that e-inclusion should not be limited to supporting people with different kinds of disabilities by technology. In fact, designing systems which are per se enabled to support people with learning difficulties or special needs is probably an even more important issue.

Apart from the fact that only few people work towards these aims in the field of e-learning, collaborative learning, shared knowledge construction and the like, there is still a lack of an interdisciplinary European research community. One of the reasons is that research on e-inclusion, assistive technology, accessible systems, etc. seems to be a localised topic regarding language and cultural issues. Another reason can be seen in the fact that in the past inclusive e-learning did not play a major role in conferences which are capable to bring together researchers with different backgrounds to address the above mentioned topics from an interdisciplinary perspective.

We invite interdisciplinary researchers and developers for special solutions for elderly people, people with learning disabilities and people with special (educational) needs, to benefit from each other’s experiences. We would like to address the comparable difficulties experienced by different types of learners with disabilities, early learners and elderly people when using ICT.

For further information please visit the workshop’s website http://iel.mixxt.org or send an email to iel2010@easychair.org.


Workshop Programme

Thursday, September 9

13.00 - lunch and informal welcome

13.45 - official welcome and introduction

14.15
Markus Berg, Petra Gröber and Martina Weicht: Inclusive eLearning - Special needs and special solutions?

15.00
James Ohene-Djan: View Talk - An Innovative and pioneering new site allows the deaf to communicate

15.45 - coffee/tea break

16.15
Michael Schaten: Redesigning an inaccessible E-Learning authoring tool – increasing accessibility with limited effort and resources

17.00
Markus Berg, Petra Gröber and Martina Weicht: User Study: Talking to Computers

17.45 - end

Evening: Pub, drinks & bar meals


Friday, September 10

09.00 - welcome

09.15
Steffen Malo and Petra Müsebeck: Winterfest - An Adventure Game for Basic Education

10.00
Klaus Jantke, Swen Gaudl and Andrea Hofmann: Critical Decision Points in Inclusive Game Design

10.45 - coffee/tea break

11.15 - summing-up and final discussion

13.00 - end; sandwich lunch possible



Important dates

Submission deadline: 15 April 2010

Notification: 14 May 2010

Camera Ready: 15 June 2010 5 July 2010

Registration: 31 July 2010 for authors, 15 August 2010 for participants - Please use the registration form.

Workshop dates: 9 & 10 September 2010

Please note: The workshop will take place as a two half-day workshop, starting and finishing at lunchtime!


Main Topics

Interesting topics for submissions are (but not restricted to):

  • Computer enriched environments/scenarios to support everyday life management of disabled or elderly people
  • Practice reports
  • Study results about difficulties with and/or advantages of computers used by elderly or disabled people
  • Software developed for the target groups
  • Research/studies about differences and similarities observed when disabled and elderly people are using computers


Submissions

Submission to IEL2010 is closed.
  • Please submit extended abstracts of 6-12 pages following the guidelines below.
  • The workshop proceedings will be published as a book (including an accessible e-book version).
  • Accepted papers will have a maximum length of 20 pages.
Submissions should be either in PDF or Word format. Writing with LaTeX will be highly appreciated. If you do so, please use the style file provided by EasyChair. If you prefer MS Word please use 11pt.

To submit your paper please use the workshop’s EasyChair submission page: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iel2010
If you do not have an EasyChair account, you will have to create one for your paper submissions.


Workshop Chairs

  • Chris Abbott, King's College London, UK
  • Andreas Lingnau, University of Strathclyde, UK
  • Alke Martens, University of Rostock, Germany
  • Martina Weicht, University of Rostock, Germany

Programme Committee

  • Stefan Carmien, Fatronic, Spain
  • Andreas Harrer, Catholic University Eichstaett, Germany
  • Klaus Miesenberger, University of Linz, Austria
  • Peter Zentel, PH Reutlingen, Germany
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