Track 11: Digital Living including E-Learning, E-Governement, E-Health
• Mohamed Alsmadi: Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan
• Abdelilah MAACH: University of Montreal, Canada
As networked devices become increasingly ubiquitous, the potential benefits to users, businesses, public administrations and authorities increase exponentially. Entities and process are embracing information technologies in order to communicate in modern ways. In this context new concepts are
paving their way to completely change our lifestyle. Among others, we observe the rise of the egovernment, e-Learning and ehealth.
eGovernment leverages information and communication technology to strengthen and improve the quality and efficiency of public administration. Communication is made easier for citizens and businesses, costs are lowered and at the same time internal processes are sped up substantially. The quality and transparency of public services is raised considerably to everyone's benefit.
e-Learning is learning utilizing electronic technologies to access educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom. In most cases, it refers to a course, program or degree delivered completely online. e-Learning allows people to learn anywhere and usually at any time. And hence widening the way one can learn and share new knowledge.
e-Health is the transfer of health resources and health care by electronic means. It consists of the delivery of health information, for health professionals and health consumers, through the Internet and telecommunications.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Large-scale learning systems
• Personalization, user modeling and adaptation
• Learning analytics
• Context-aware systems
• Visualization techniques for learning
• Adapted learning flow, content and monitoring process
• Serious games, simulations and 3D virtual worlds
• Augmented reality
• Social computing and social media
• Semantic Web
• Remote labs
• Mobile, wearable and pervasive technologies
• Network infrastructures and architectures for TEL
• IoT and Education
• Cloud Computing in TEL
• eLearning specifications and standards
• Interoperability and sharing of devices, tools and architectures
• Computer-supported collaborative learning
• Collaborative knowledge building
• Inquiry-based learning
• Game-based and simulation-based learning
• Story-telling and reflection-based learning
• Learning design and design approaches
• Technology-enhanced orchestration of learning
• Communities of learners and communities of practice
• Teaching techniques and strategies for online learning
• Learner affect, motivation and engagement
• Problem- and project-based learning / Inquiry based learning
• Adaptive learning systems
• Cognitive mechanisms in knowledge acquisition and construction
• Self-regulated and self-directed learning
• Reflective learning
• Social processes in teams and communities
• Learning group formation
• Social awareness
• Learning analytics and technology-enhanced assessment
• Design and development of technology-enhanced assessment for MOOCs
• Automated assessment for personalized and adaptive learning environments
• Embedded Assessment with games and simulations in formal and informal education
• Technology-enhanced assessment of 21st Century skills
• Badges and technology-enhanced assessment
Learning communities and contexts
• Schools and universities of the future
• Workplace learning
• Lifelong learning
• Vocational training
• Informal learning
• Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC)
• Open educational resources (OER)
• Learning ecosystems
• Strategies and policies for ICT-enabled public administration overhaul
• E-Government architectures
• Public administration back and front offices overhaul
• Design approaches for ICT solutions in the public sector
• Information governance (strategies, information sharing practices, privacy practices)
• Public-sector ICT workforce (management, retention, compensation, etc.)
• Intergovernmental integration and interoperation
• Safe public online access and online identity management
• Data protection and privacy management in the public sphere
• ICT-enabled transnational government collaboration
• Business Intelligence applied to Healthcare Information Systems
• EHR - Electronic Health Records
• HIE- Health Information Exchange Solutions
• Health IT Infrastructure
• Healthcare Content Management
• Healthcare Information Systems Management
• Healthcare IT Management and Governance
• Healthcare Information Systems Integration, Interoperability & Connectivity solutions
• Practice Management Systems
• PRM - Patient Relationship Management
• Andreas P. Schmidt, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, Karlsruhe, Germany.
• Christian Guetl, Graz University of Technology, Austria.
• Sara de Freitas, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.
• Mart Laanpere, Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia
• Santi Caballé, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.
• Milos Kravcik, RWTH Aachen University, Germany.
• Christine Kunzmann, Pontydysgu Ltd., Pontypridd in Wales.
• Nicola Capuano, University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy.
• Vladimir Tomberg, Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia
• Patricia Santos Rodriguez, University of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom.
• Margit Hoefler, Graz University, Graz, Austria.
• Ivana Marenzi, Leibniz University Hannover, Hannover, Germany.
• Eric Ras, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg.
• Abdelhakim Hafid University of Montreal.
• Nazim AGOULMINE université d'Evry
• Joberto B. Martins Salvador University
• Mamoun Guenach Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs
• Hassan BADIR Ecole Nationale des Sciences appliquées de Tanger
• Bennani Samir Ecole Mohammadia d'ingenieur Rabat
• Hassan BERBIA Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique et d'Analyse des Systèmes
• Dr. Pinar Kirci, Istanbul University,Turkey