July 15-18, 2019
University of Salamanca
The conference is preceded by one day of free tutorials for participants who wish to learn state of the art of research relating to the topics of KMO and LTEC. The tutorials will be held on the 15th July 2019. The conference itself commences on the 16th July, 2019.
The 8th International conference on Learning Technology for Education Challenges (LTEC 2019) will be held conjunction with KMO 2019.It will provide the scientific community with a dedicated forum for discussing research and presentation of your work in Learning Technology for Education Challenges (LTEC).
There is a shift in attitude from having a job for life to continuous learning at work. Skills businesses require today are changing. Individuals that succeed in the future will be those who adopt the philosophy of lifelong learning. A continuous learning culture needs to be at the heart of universities and all organisations. Technology is absolutely core to the future of the learning community particularly as we move into the age of the internet of things, Artificial intelligence (AI), big data, smart cities and blockchain.
Businesses must work with universities to provide work experience for students and universities must ensure they produce the employees that businesses want. Host of learning tools are being used as the technology continues to mature, including personalisation, gamification, social media, and micro-learning, which allows students to absorb ideas and lessons in bite-sized information chunks. Artificial intelligence is used to provide intelligent and personal learning for students. Virtual-reality technology is exciting because it allows both educational establishments and employers to prepare people in a far more engaging and realistic way than traditional classroom methods.
Higher Education institutions are changing their roles, from focusing on research and teaching to having focus on research, teaching and more effective learning. It is important to look into teaching and learning approaches that aimed at empowering students to handle their lives during their education and towards an occupational life.
Co-creative processes are a trend that is going to grow in the future, together with the growing of interest in creative solutions for future education and organisation. We must think of universities as an ‘indivisible whole’ in which teaching, research, and social impact work together for the benefits of all: an inclusive system. To achieve this, universities need to partner within their ecosystem to facilitate value creation like the natural ecosystem. This means adopting an e-learning ecosystem.
In today’s digital world, a web of learning resources surrounds every individual. It is an environment where in each resource connects to others, creating an overall structure in which all learning takes place. The e-learning ecosystem is the combination of technologies and support resources available to help individuals learn within an environment. This new revolution focuses on agility and integration of multiple solutions. A learning ecosystem will makes the most of digital transformation using a stack of technology to facilitate learning.
The 8th LTEC (2018) examines how these technologies and pedagogical advances can be used to change the way teachers teach and students learn while giving special emphasis to the pedagogically effective ways we can harness these new technologies in education. The conference seeks contributions that address theory, research, practice and policy; especially those that can also be focused on particular approaches, technologies and domains are most welcome. The aim is to provide a platform for research in the very broad area of educational technology that bridges theory, research, practice and policy. No disciplines and/or approaches are excluded.
This conference will provide the ideal opportunity to present your research to an international audience. It offers participants an overview of the current situation of education and new learning technologies. You will be able to listen to experts from different countries, representing all continents.
LTEC 2019 brings together academic research and practical applications of education from all areas, seeking to bring top research and proven best practices together into one location, for the purposes of helping practitioners find ways to put research into practice, and for researchers to gain an understanding of additional real-world problems. Academic research papers, case studies and work-in-progress/posters are welcomed approaches. PhD Research, proposals for roundtable discussions, non-academic contributions and product demonstrations based on the main themes are also invited. We welcome researchers from both industry and academia to submit original results of their works.
If you wish to learn more about how technology and learning theories are influencing education, then do not miss the opportunity to come to LTEC (2019).
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The conference topics include, but are not limited to:
Professor Lorna Uden
Staffordshire University, UK
Dr. Galo Sánchez
University of Salamanca, Spain
Dra. Sara Rodríguez
University of Salamanca, Spain
Prof. Dale Rose Baker- Arizona State University, USA
Prof. Birgit Feldmann - FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany
Prof. D'Arcy Becker - University of Wisconsin, USA
Prof. Dario Liberona - Universidad Santa Maria, Chile
Prof. I Hsien - National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Prof. Jane Sinclair - University of Warwick, UK
Prof. Jeremiah Sullins - Harding University, USA
Prof. Dr. Lorna Uden - Staffordshire University, UK
Prof. Prof. Michael Vallance - Future University Hakodate, Japan
Prof. Sabine Seufert - Universität St.Gallen (HSG), Switzerland
Prof. Viktorija Florjančič - University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia
Prof. Fotini Paraskeva - University of Piraeus, Greece
Prof. Debora Nice Ferrari Barbosa - Universidade Feevale, Brazil
Prof. Fernando Moreira- Univ Portucalense, Aveiro, Portugal
Prof. Alberth Alberth-Universitas Halu Oleo, Sulawesi, INDONESIA
Prof. Anat Wilson-Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Prof. Sunnie Lee Watson- Purdue University, USA.
Prof. Alberto Magreñán- Universidad de La Rioja., USA.
María Cruz Sánchez Gómez - University of Salamanca (Spain)
Antonio Sánchez Martín - University of Salamanca (Spain)
Iago Ramos Fernández - University of Salamanca (Spain)
María Victoria Martín Cilleros - University of Salamanca (Spain)
Eva González Ortega - University of Salamanca (Spain)
In addition to the conference, there will be pre-conference tutorials relating to the state of the art in the topics of the conference. Invitation for submission to the tutorial can be found in the following link.
Papers reporting original and unpublished research results pertaining to the above topics are solicited (Proceedings will be published by Springer CCIS series). Full paper and all submissions deadline is 10th December, 2018. These papers will undergo an academic review process. Full paper manuscripts must be in English with a maximum length of 12 pages (using the Springer template). All papers are blind reviewed.
IMPORTANT: Please do not include the author(s) information in the FIRST submission of the paper, in order for double-blind review to be carried out.
More information in Springer publication; please see: Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS).
LTEC 2019 welcomes the submission of papers with reference to the topics listed in the call for papers. All submitted papers will undergo a thorough review process; each paper will be refereed by at least three experts in the field, based on relevance, originality, significance, quality and clarity.
All papers must be formatted according to the Springer template, with a maximum length of 12 pages, including figures and references. All proposed papers must be submitted in electronic form (WORD format) using the Paper Submission Page
Accepted papers will be included in LTEC 2019 Proceedings. At least one of the authors will be required to register and attend the symposium to present the paper in order to include the paper in the conference proceedings. All accepted papers will be published by Springer Verlag (LECTURE NOTES in Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS).
Authors of selected papers from LTEC will be invited to extend and revise their papers for submission to the special issue of International journal of Learning Technology (IJLT) published by Inderscience.
These rates are valid for KMO & LTEC events under the frame of Conference
In registration for KMO, the registration for co-located event LTEC is included.
Regular and student ticket includes everything: pre-conference tutorials, attendance to KMO and LTEC lectures, conference pack with proceedings, coffee breaks & refreshments, lunches for all three conference days and conference dinner, social events on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Post conference tour on Friday is not included.
Students must provide proof of their status with a copy of their student card sent with the registration form. The document has to be presented when collecting the documentation.
A maximum of 12 pages per contribution is allowed. However, it is possible to extend the paper until 4 additional pages by paying an additional fee.
A registered person may present several contributions with one regular fee, but an additional charge is requested on publishing expenses.
Accompanying person will be charged extra 235€.
AC Hotel Zamora, a Marriott Lifestyle Hotel (4 stars)
Avenida Príncipe de Asturias, 43, 49029 Zamora, Spain
Parador de Zamora (4 stars)
Plaza de Viriato, 5, 49001 Zamora, Spain
Zenit Dos Infantas (4 stars)
Cortinas de San Miguel, 3, 49015 Zamora, Spain
Sercotel Horus Zamora (4 stars)
Plaza del Mercado, 20, 49003 Zamora, Spain
+34 980 50 82 82
San Gil Plaza Hotel (3 stars)
Plaza Maestro Haedo, 5, 49003 Zamora, Spain
Zamora is located in the northwest of Spain, north of Salamanca and very close to the border with Portugal. Its impressive old town is outstanding, and it was declared a historical-artistic quarter in 1973. The city is located on the banks of the Duero River and has fortified parts which add to its charm.
Zamora is known for its Romanesque buildings. It has more than twenty temples and 14 churches in the historic centre, making it the city with the largest number of Romanesque temples in Europe. The most noteworthy features of this heritage are the impressive cathedral (whose dome is decorated with scales), the castle, the walls, the bridge and two palaces. This is an ideal place for anyone who wants to learn about the history of Romanesque architecture. Along with these architectural wonders, we can find a set of modern buildings that make an interesting contrast.
The Easter celebration in Zamora had been proclaimed a Fiesta of International Tourist Interest and visitants are guaranteed to have an enjoyable week.
An interesting fact: Zamora was the first city in the world with global WiFi coverage, through the "Zamora Hot City" project.
Points of Interest in the City:
Zamora is located just 264 km from Madrid, so you can also opt to travel by car. Attendees can follow the route shown on the map, from Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas airport
You can take the metro (www.metromadrid.es/en) from the airport (T1, T2, T3 and T4) to the to the (Méndez Álvaro) Estación Sur Bus Station. You will have to take Line 8 in the direction of Nuevos Ministerios, at this station you must transfer to Line 6, until you arrive at a station called Méndez Álvaro (From there you will be able to access the Estación Sur Bus Station, which has a direct bus connection to Zamora).
The ticket can be bought at this link: https://booking.avanzabus.com
If you have chosen to fly from Barcelona to Valladolid, there are several ways of getting to Zamora.
You can travel by bus or taxi to get from the Villanubla Airport (Valladolid) to the Valladolid (train or bus station).
Taxi from the airport: has a fixed price of 22 euros. More information about the taxis can be found on this website (https://www.valladolid.com/taxi)
Bus from the airport: you can travel by bus from the airport, the service is provided by the Linecar company and its schedules can be viewed in the following document. Depending on the means of transport you have chosen, you will either arrive at the train station or at the bus station: http://www.linecar.es/horario.pdf
Train from Valladolid (train station) to Zamora: The service is provided by the Renfe company. The duration of the trip is of 75 minutes approximately. You must choose a train called REG EXP, if not you will have to transfer in Segovia. You can buy the tickets on the web page of the Renfe Company (http://www.renfe.com/viajeros/index.html)
Bus from Valladolid (bus station) to Zamora:
The Company that provides this service is called La Regional V.S.A. Its Schedule includes several trips, check it out on this website by introducing the following information:
Origen: VALLADOLID (Estación)
Destino: ZAMORA (Estación de Autobuses)
Y haciendo clic en Ver Ruta Seleccionada