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>>>>Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2001 15:32:09 -0400
>>>>To: Interesting.People at umich.edu
>>>>From: ICSC-NAISO<cfp at ITStransnational.com> (by way of Bernard A. Galler)
>>>>Subject: IP:  Second Call For Papers NL2002
>>>>The Second Call for Papers hereafter is aimed at the scientific community
>>>>interested in Networked Learning:
>>>>World Conference
>>>>NL 2002 - Networked Learning in a Global Environment:
>>>>Challenges and Solutions for Virtual Education
>>>>Venue and Date
>>>>May 1 - 4, 2002, Technical University of Berlin, Germany
>>>>Background and Scope
>>>>Telecommunications, computer networks, multimedia technologies, and the
>>>>World Wide Web have opened up entirely new ways of teaching and learning
>>>>( across institutions, physical locations, countries, continents, and
>>>>time zones. Students may work distributed worldwide and nevertheless
>>>>interact in a virtual community. Academic programs are no longer
>>>>provided by single institutions only but can be established by networked
>>>>organizations like virtual universities or virtual faculties.
>>>>Best-of-breed programs are created in the Internet by bringing together
>>>>top experts from different schools in a virtual program. Powerful
>>>>wireless technologies will accelerate these developments in the future.
>>>>Distance education is no longer a matter of "learning in isolation".
>>>>Collaborative tools like discussion groups, chatrooms,
>>>>videoconferencing, etc. support immediate interaction between students
>>>>and teachers and among students in virtual communities. In-company
>>>>training does not require travelling and physical presence but can be
>>>>done at the workplace. Geographical locations of students and teachers
>>>>loose importance. Education in the 21st century is shifting from "real"
>>>>to "virtual". Physical classes are more and more replaced by virtual
>>>>networks of students and teachers.
>>>>NL 2002 aims to bring together content providers, course developers,
>>>>educators, persons responsible for academic programs or corporate
>>>>education, platform and tools providers, researchers and system
>>>>developers from academia and industry to exchange their ideas and
>>>>experiences, to share the best practices and to foster further
>>>>development in networked learning.
>>>>Sponsors of NL 2002
>>>>Virtual Global University for Worldwide Education
>>>>Counsil of European Professional Informatics Societies
>>>>Gesellschaft f=B8r Informatik E.V.
>>>>Technical University of Berlin, Germany
>>>>European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
>>>  >http://www.icsc-naiso.org
>>>>Conference Topics
>>>>The conference focuses on technological and organizational aspects of
>>>>networked learning and teaching. Topics include, but are not restricted
>>>>Organization of networked learning
>>>>* Virtual universities and networked e-learning organizations
>>>>* Corporate virtual universities, in-company training in distributed
>>>>* Integrated e-learning systems, portals, marketplaces, and providers
>>>>* New academic programs by virtual organizations and cooperation
>>>>* E-learning for business professionals
>>>>* Open source initiatives for e-learning
>>>>* Pricing and business models for virtual distance learning
>>>>* Success stories and pitfalls in e-learning
>>>>* Enabling technologies for networked learning: telecommunications and
>>>>computer networks
>>>>* Internet suited multimedia technologies: Audio and video streaming
>>>>etc., learning on demand
>>>>* Mobile learning: Wireless technologies, UMTS, GPRS, WAP
>>>>* Leading edge and emerging technologies: Virtual reality, software
>>>>agents, artificial intelligence tools
>>>>* Integration of collaborative tools: Discussion groups, chatrooms,
>>>>whiteboards, shared workspaces, e-mail, videoconferencing
>>>>* Virtual classrooms for worldwide classes, virtual learning communities
>>>>* Virtual management games
>>>>* Quality assurance for virtual education
>>>>Content production and delivery
>>>>* Architectures and platforms for distributed teaching and learning
>>>>* Multimedia production tools, authoring tools, delivery tools
>>>>* E-learning life cycle models
>>>>* The role of traditional educational institutions in global virtual
>>>>* Cross-cultural learning
>>>>* Networked learning and developing countries
>>>>* Legal aspects and security of networked learning
>>>>Contributions describing novel approaches to networked learning,
>>>>practical experience, best practices, and cutting-edge future
>>>>developments are encouraged.
>>>>Conference Organization
>>>>Honorary Chair:
>>>>Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Hermann Maurer
>>>>Chief Scientist of KNOW
>>>>Head of IICM and HMS
>>>>Graz University of Technology
>>>>Austria hmaurer at iicm.edu
>>>>General Co-Chairs:
>>>>Karl Kurbel
>>>>Europe University, Germany
>>>>kurbel at euv-frankfurt-o.de
>>>>Hermann Krallmann
>>>>Technical University of Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
>>>>Berlin, Germany
>>>>krallm at cs.tu-berlin.de
>>>>Program Chair:
>>>>Wolffried Stucky
>>>>University of Karlsruhe, Germany
>>>>stucky at aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de
>>>>Regional Chair America:
>>>>Thomas Hilton
>>>>Utah State University, USA
>>>>hilton at cc.usu.edu
>>>>Regional Chair Asia-Pacific:
>>>>Saeid Nahavandi
>>>>Deakin University Geelong, Australia
>>>>nahavand at deakin.edu.au
>>>>Regional Chair Europe:
>>>>Peter Gerard
>>>>KarstadtQuelle AG
>>>>Essen, Germany
>>>>Local Committee Chair:
>>>>Marten Schoenherr
>>>>Technical University of Berlin, Germany
>>>>MSchoenherr at sysedv.cs.tu-berlin.de
>>>>Conference Organizer:
>>>>ICSC/NAISO The Netherlands (Operating Division)
>>>>P.O. Box 1091
>>>>3360 BB Sliedrecht
>>>>The Netherlands
>>>>Phone: +31-184-496999, Fax: +31-184-421065
>>>>Email: nl2002 at ITStransnational.com
>>>>International Program Committee
>>>>* Abramowicz, Witold, Poznan University of Economics, Poland
>>>>* Aggarwal, Anil, University of Baltimore, USA
>>>>* Ayala, Gerardo, Universidad de las Am=C8ricas-Puebla, Mexico
>>>>* Becker, Joerg, University of Muenster, Germany
>>>>* Beuschel, Werner, University of Applied Sciences Brandenburg, Germany
>>>>* Bodendorf, Freimut, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
>>>>* Bourdeau, Jacqueline, Centre de recherche LICEF, T=C8l=C8-universit=C8
>>>>Montr=C8al, Canada
>>>>* De Marco, Marco, Universit=FD Cattolica Milano, Italy
>>>>* Doukidis, Georgios, Athens University of Economics and Business
>>>>(AUEB), Greece
>>>>* Eicker, Stefan, University of Essen, Germany
>>>>* Euler, Dieter, University of St. Gallen HSG, Switzerland
>>>>* Hars, Alexander, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
>>>>* Jantzen, Jan, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
>>>>* Jayaram, Narayana, University of North London, U.K.
>>>>* Karagiannis, Dimitris, University of Vienna, Austria
>>>>* Kashihara, Akihiro, I.S.I.R., Osaka University, Japan
>>>>* Keyvan, Shahla, University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, USA
>>>  >* Kinshuk Dr., Massey University Palmerston North, New Zealand
>>>>* Klein, Michel, HEC School of Management Jouy-en-Josas, France
>>>>* Knolmayer, Gerhard, University of Bern, Switzerland
>>>>* Krallmann, Hermann, Technical University of Berlin, Germany
>>>>* Kurbel, Karl, Europe University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
>>>>* Kurfess, Franz, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis
>>>>Obispo, USA
>>>>* Lesjak, Dusan, University of Maribor, Slovenia
>>>>* Maire, Frederic, Queensland University of Technology Brisbane,
>>>>* Nahavandi, Saeid, Deakin University Geelong, Australia
>>>>* Neumann, Gustaf, Vienna University of Economics and Business
>>>>Administration, Austria
>>>>* Nicholls, Howard, Alchemy Group Ltd, Christchurch, New Zealand
>>>>* Nord, Daryl, Oklahoma State University, USA
>>>>* Oberweis, Andreas, Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University Frankfurt,
>>>>* Ogata, Hiroaki, Tokushima University, Japan
>>>>* Pernul, Guenther, University of Essen, Germany
>>>>* Pham, Hanh, State University of New York at New Paltz, USA
>>>>* Rada, Roy, University of Maryland, Baltimore, USA
>>>>* Rautenstrauch, Claus, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
>>>>* Riis, Jens O., Aalborg University, Denmark
>>>>* Roeck, Hans, University of Rostock, Germany
>>>>* Rolstadas, Asbjoern, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
>>>>Trondheim, Norway
>>>>* Sandulescu, Gheorghe M., IPA SA, Research Institute, Bucharest,
>>>>* Scholz-Reiter, Bernd, BIBA, University of Bremen, Germany
>>>>* Sebaaly, Milad Fares, American University in Dubai, United Arab
>>>>* Stickel, Eberhard, Europe University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder),
>>>>* Stucky, Wolffried, University of Karlsruhe, Germany (Chair)
>>>>* Swain, Philip, Purdue University West Lafayette, USA
>>>>* Szczepaniak, Piotr S., Technical University of Lodz, Poland
>>>>* Szczerbicki, Edward, University of Newcastle, Australia
>>>>* Taudes, Alfred, Vienna University of Economics and Business
>>>>Administration, Austria
>>>>* Turowski, Klaus, University of the Federal Armed Forces, Munich,
>>>>* Unland, Rainer, University of Essen, Germany
>>>>* Ustimenko, Vasyl, University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji Islands
>>>>* Valenti, Salvatore, University of Ancona, Italy
>>>>* Winter, Robert, University of St. Gallen HSG, Switzerland
>>>>Important Dates
>>>>- Submission deadline: September 20, 2001
>>>>- Notification of acceptance: December 15, 2001
>>>>- Final manuscripts: January 31, 2002
>>>>NL 2002 will include technical sessions as well as special events, such
>>>>as keynote presentations, invited plenary talks, tutorials, workshops,
>>>>panels, and exhibition.
>>>>Regular Papers
>>>>Prospective authors are requested to submit a paper of  max. 7 pages to
>>>>the address below (conference organizer). All papers must be written in
>>>>English, starting with a succinct statement of the problem, the results
>>>>achieved, their significance and a comparison with previous work.
>>>>Poster Presentations
>>>>Poster presentations are encouraged for people who wish to receive peer
>>>>feedback for their work. Practical examples of applied research are
>>>>particularly welcome. Papers discussing the respective posters will be
>>>>included in the conference proceedings. (max 4 pages)
>>>>Proposals for panels should include a concise outline of the topics to
>>>>be addressed (2-3 pages) and list the panel members and their
>>>>Proposals for workshops are encouraged. However, workshops should be
>>>>clearly distinct from paper sessions, focussing on experimental work,
>>>>hands-on experience, case studies, games, interactive exercises, and
>>>>open discussions. Proposals should include a concise outline of the
>>>>nature of the workshop and the expected outcome (2-3 pages).
>>>>Proposals for half-day tutorials (three hours) should clearly indicate
>>>>the topic, background knowledge expected of the participants,
>>>>objectives, time allocations for the major course topics, and the
>>>>qualifications of the instructor(s).
>>>>NL 2002 will be accompanied by a professional exhibition. Interested
>>>>organisations are requested to contact the conference organizers (see
>>>  >below).
>>>>Submission of papers can be done through our web site.
>>>>Submissions have to be in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf), Postscript (.ps), or MS
>>>>Word (.doc) format.
>>>>Submissions must be written in English, starting with a succinct
>>>>statement of the problem, the results achieved, their significance and a
>>>>comparison with previous work, as well as a list of references.
>>>>Submissions can be draft papers or extended abstracts with a minimum of
>>>>4 pages.
>>>>Contributions are welcome from those working in the industry as well as
>>>>from academics.
>>>>If you wish to be added or removed form this mailing list, please
>>>>reply to this email with the subject ADD or REMOVE.
>>>>For any questions concerning the conference, we refer to our website
>>>>or please send an email to nl2002 at global-conf.org
>>>John A. N. (JAN) Lee                            Ph: (540) 231-5780
>>>Department of Computer Science          FAX: (540) 231-6075
>>>Virginia Tech                           URL: 
>>>Blacksburg VA 24061-0106                        E-mail: janlee at cs.vt.edu
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Jeremy Hunsinger          	http://www.cddc.vt.edu
Instructor of Political Science	Center for Digital Discourse and Culture
Webmaster/Manager CDDC
526 Major Williams Hall 0130	http://www.cddc.vt.edu/jeremy --my homepage
Virginia Tech			(yes i partially updated it)
Blacksburg, VA 24061		(540)-231-7614  icq 5535471

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