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The conference timetable has links to all abstracts and can be viewed by theme as well as by time.
The growth and spread of current e-learning research and development has led to settled and well established areas of knowledge and expertise in a variety of domains as well as a number of unexplored or undeveloped areas. This year's conference aims to focus on the challenges and opportunities presented by these frontiers and in particular to explore:
The conference programme includes research papers, short papers, symposia, workshops, demonstrations, and posters. We invited papers and abstracts for these under the following 5 themes:
The conference is for established practitioners and researchers from all sectors involved in e-learning, as well as for those interested in benefiting from introducing technologies at all levels of education. We are particularly keen to encourage participation form Further Education and Adult and Community Learning.
Research papers will be published in the peer-reviewed Proceedings of ALT-C 2005.
Papers and abstracts
Submissions open: 10 December 2004
Last date for research papers: 21 February 2005
Last date for other streams: 28 February 2005
Booking by presenters
Main presenter to book by: 10 June 2005
All other presenters to book by: 30 June 2005
Page last updated: 03/08/05 (HW)