IMCL2019 31 October – 1 November 2019, Mediterranean Palace Hotel, Thessaloniki, Greece

IMCL2019 31 October – 1 November 2019, Mediterranean Palace Hotel, Thessaloniki, Greece

General Remark

All submissions will be peer reviewed (double-blind for Full and Short Paper, Poster and WiP). Please note: These submission types are “review-to-publish” submission types. Each paper must have at least one author participating in the reviewing process. Please check with your co-authors to make sure that at least one of you has agreed to be a reviewer.

Submission Requirements

  • Paper must match the provided Springer template
  • Paper should not exceed the maximum page numbers given below (including bibliography and appendix)
  • Original, unpublished and not simultaneously submitted to other workshops, conferences, or journals

Papers not meeting these guidelines risk rejection without consideration!

Current Phase

Submission of Abstracts and Proposals

What to submit

Abstracts for Full Papers1 and Short Papers1, Work-in-Progress1, Posters:
Submit: anonymous structured abstract in PDF (2 pages for full papers, 1 page for short papers, work-in-progress, posters). Here is the abstract template.

1 Please note that there are two categories of presentation of this contribution type: “oral on-site“ and “remote/ pre-recorded“. Authors, who are planning to participate onsite in the conference, should select “oral on-site” category. Whereas, authors, who are not able to participate onsite at the conference, could select the “remote/ pre-recorded” category of contribution in order to present their paper either from distance (using skype) or by delivering a pre-recorded presentation (in video or pps/ppsx format) to the conference organizers (please contact info@imcl-conference.org).

Special Session Proposals:
Submit: a description of your special session in DOC format. More details in the special session proposal template and at the section "Types of Contributions” at the end of this page.

Round Table Proposal:
Submit: a description of your round table in DOC format. More details in the round table proposal template and at the section "Types of Contributions” at the end of this page.

Organization of a Panel Discussion:
Submit: a description of your round table in DOC format. More details in the panel discussion proposal template and at the section "Types of Contributions” at the end of this page.

Organization of a Workshop/Tutorial:
Submit: a description of your Workshop/Tutorial in DOC format. More details in the Workshop/Tutorial proposal template and at the section "Types of Contributions” at the end of this page.

Where to upload

All files must be uploaded to the ConfTool® Submission Server . IMPORTANT: We work with the metadata that you submit along with your paper, so please:

  • Have the corresponding author submit the contribution (for Springer, the submitting author will be the corresponding author)
  • Submit correct data:
    • correct spelling of authors' names in paper and metadata,
    • coherent spelling of authors' names trough all your papers if you have more than one
    • do not inverse first name/last name etc.
  • Observe the deadlines: Reference time for deadlines is the time displayed in Conftool!

Types of Contributions

  • Full Paper (length of structured abstract: 2 pages; length of complete version: 10-12 pages): Full papers are for mature work, requiring lengthy explanations of the conceptual background, methodology and data and analysis. Full paper submissions should state: (a) the major issue(s) addressed, (b) potential significance of the work, (c) the theoretical and methodological approach(es) pursued, (d) major findings, conclusions, implications, and (e) relevant scholarly references. Moreover, the relevance to the theme of the conference should be made clear. We also encourage papers that address conceptual issues in Mobile Technology and Mobile Learning research, and papers that help to set the programmatic agenda for the future of Mobile Technology and Mobile Learning research.
  • Short Paper (length of structured abstract: 1 page; length of complete version: 8-10 pages): Short papers are for work that makes significant contributions, but of smaller scale, or that can be reported briefly. Otherwise, the same criteria apply as listed for full papers above.
  • Work in Progress (length of structured abstract: 1 page; length of complete version: 6-8 pages): WiP submissions are for reporting on work that is still in the process of study and/or implementation for which results will not be available by the time of draft paper submission; papers submitted in this category must have titles beginning with the phrase, “Work-in-Progress: Title”.
  • Poster (length of structured abstract: 1 page; length of complete version: 6-8 pages): Posters are for work that is in early stages and for novel and promising ideas. The poster should identify the aspect of the work that will likely lead to productive discussions with conference participants in a poster session, including figures exemplifying the visual support to be provided for these discussions in the poster.
  • Special Session: Special sessions, held in parallel with the general conference, are an integral part of the conference. They provide researchers in focused areas the opportunity to meet and present their work and offer a forum for interaction among the broader community of technology-enhanced learning, and online engineering world-wide. Special sessions papers are required to meet the same standards as papers in the general conference and are published in the same conference proceedings. For more info please see the Call for Special Session Proposals.
  • Round Table Discussion: It is a session organized as a ‘discussion panel’. The round table organizer first submits a proposal using the provided template . If the proposal is accepted, the coordinator invites at least 5 speakers. During the session the speakers first make short introductions on the discussion topic (for example, 5 or 7 minutes each) and then the discussion goes on with the audience also participating.
  • Workshop: The objective of a Workshop session is to bring together various research and development groups, to serve as a forum for establishing new collaborations, to attract both research results and work in progress, and to define main enablers and future challenges within a specific research domain. The workshop organizer submits a workshop proposal using the provided template .
  • Tutorials: A session of ‘tutorial’ format, with specific learning objectives for the participants (for example, to learn how a software/hardware tool operates). The tutorial organizer submits a proposal using the provided template .

Questions

If you have any questions concerning the preparation of your presentation please contact us via email: info@imcl-conference.org.

Important Dates

13 May 2019Submission of:
(i) structured abstracts (for full papers, short papers, work-in-progress papers and posters) for the main conference
(ii) Special Session proposals
20 May 2019Notification of acceptance for abstracts for the main conference
Special Sessions notification and announcement
17 Jun 2019Submission of complete papers for all submission types
08 Jul 2019Notification of acceptance
27 Jul 2019Camera-ready due & Author registration deadline
31 Oct 2019IMCL2019 Conference Opening

Contact

Thrasyvoulos Tsiatsos,
IMCL General Chair
tsiatsos@csd.auth.gr
Michael E. Auer,
Steering Committee Chair
info@imcl-conference.org

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