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Important Dates
14 Jul 2014Paper Submission
10 Sep 2014Notification of acceptance
08 Oct 2014Author registration deadline
13 Oct 2014Camera-ready due
13 Nov 2014IMCL2014 opening

Michael E. Auer

Special Session
ICT Use and Ethical Issues in Mobile Learning (ICT-EIML)


The aim of this special session is to discuss ethical, legal and other uses of Internet for learning purposes. In formal and informal learning, e-learning and m-learning are commonly used, in all educational levels. In this session we will propose solutions and create open debates amongst educators on ethics and ICT use, intellectual property and learning, technology and copyright, plagiarism, bulleting, file swapping and other relevant issues.

Contribution Types

Proposals for participation in the Special Session can be submitted in the following formats:

All submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers. All accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings submitted to IEEE Xplore®, provided at least one author pays the registration fee before October 1st 2014.

For further questions, please contact the track chair: Jenny Pange.

Important Dates

20 Sep 2014Paper Submission
22 Sep 2014Notification of acceptance
01 Oct 2014Author registration deadline
13 Oct 2014Camera-ready due
13 Nov 2014IMCL2014 opening


Please visit: http://imcl-conference.org/imcl2014/submission.php and submit your paper in the respective special session titled “ICT Use and Ethical Issues in Mobile Learning (ICT-EIML)”.

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