Call for Papers: eLearning and Software for Education conference (eLSE 2010)

The 6-th edition of the eLearning and Software for Education conference will be held in 15-16 April 2010 at „Carol I” National Defence University in Bucharest.
Papers describing original work on applicable solutions in the field of educational process, theories, methodologies, and software – solutions are invited for presentation in the conference.

It is a pleasure for us to invite you to the 6th edition of eLearning and Software for Education conference  –  eLSE 2010.

The conference site is http://www.adlunap.ro/else2010/ 

The central topic of this year’s conference is:  "Advanced Distributed Learning in education and training transformation".

The following three main topics will be presented within the conference:
 
1.            Managing and developing the ADL integrated solutions. This topic is reserved to present case studies, best practices in ADL domain, innovative solutions in designing and realization of the support management systems for education and training, solutions and systems that evaluate the performance of virtual learning environment and assess the actors’ performances.
 
2.            Immersive technologies in ADL. The discussions will be directed to respond the specific issues regarding the serious games, distributed simulation, multitouch, virtual world, m-learning, 3D solutions and other related activities.
 
3.            Interoperability and reusability of the elearning objects. This topic is dedicated for the presentation of solutions regarding technical solutions and approach on interoperability, reusability of elearning objects, repositories and sequencing.
 

Papers describing original work on applicable solutions in the field of educational process, theories, methodologies, and software – solutions are invited for presentation in the conference.

Cătălin Radu

Cătălin Radu

The Romania ADL Partnership Lab, through the "Carol l" National Defence University's Romanian Advanced Distributed Learning Department (RoADL-D), seeks to collaborate with ADL on developing technical frameworks and standards in national and international contexts, with participation from government, industry, and academia. The RoADL-D vision centers on a “Network Based Education – Student Oriented” concept as part of its core mission to develop and manage multilevel, standardized, online learning curricula according to ADL principles. The RoADL-D promotes e-learning and e-training for civilian and military personnel for lifelong learning and military education. The department is involved in research projects developed at the national, European Union (EU), and NATO levels, and offers expertise on creating SCORM 2004-compliant educational content, authoring tools, and integrated systems for education and training.