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The use of technology in education has revolutionized learning. Shifting beyond traditional mode of education, the integration of technology has become an advantage for students with specific needs. E-learning brings forth a flexible and accessible mode of education. Further the use of technology also bridges the gap of learning across borders.

With e-learning, students can have the access to other universities and academic resource materials from other countries, thereby broadening the knowledge base of students. Given these advantages, it is pivotal to deliberate upon the development of technology use in education.

  • Did technologies really innovate education ? - There are tons of cases that technologies actually didn't really change education authentically.
  • What is assessed and fostered in our Education ? - Studies report that many exams actually have not assessed the education mission as expected.
  • Educational goals usually declare that the education should raise critical, creative, collaborative, communicative learners in this 4th industrial revolution era, but majority of exams still award high scores to the receptive learners who is not critical nor creative, nor collaborative, nor communicative, especially in Asian countries.
  • Do technologies contribute to effectiveness or efficiency in education ? - There are also numerous studies that technologies do not change genuine learning unless pedagogy in itself is changed.
  • What is public education for ? For individual child indeed ? or for ruling system of the society ?
  • Perception evolution of digital influence on our brain: is it really regression ? or evolution ?
Full Paper Submission Deadline (Extended): 23 March 2018
Early Bird Registration Deadline: 25 May 2018
Late Registration Deadline: 22 June 2018
Conference Dates: 24 - 25 September 2018

Keynote Speakers

Prof Venky Shankararaman
Professor of Information Systems (Education)
Associate Dean (Education)
School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University
"Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL): Opportunities and Challenges"
Professor Liz Bacon
Pro Vice-Chancellor
University of Greenwich, UK
Former President, British
Computer Society
" Opportunities and Challenges in the use of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in Education"
 Book: Selected authors will be invited to contribute book chapters in "Innovations in Technology Enhanced Learning" to be published by GSTF. The book will be edited by Dr. Anton Ravindran President, Global Science & Technology Forum and Prof. Liz Bacon, Dean, School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, University of Greenwich, UK.
 Best Paper Awards and Best Student Paper Awards will be conferred at the conference (in order to qualify for the award, the paper must be presented at the conference).
 EeL 2018  will also constitute a Special Panel Session.
  Panel Proposals are invited for submission. A minimum of three papers centering on a specific topic will be accepted for submission under Panel Category.
Prof. Mike Joy
University of Warwick, UK
Prof. Hye-Jung Lee
Research Professor & Director
Seoul National University, Korea
Prof. Fred Jacobs
American University
Assoc. Prof. Beverly Webster
University of Melbourne, Australia
Asst. Prof Daniel Levin
Assistant Professor
American University
Prof. Regena F. Nelson
Professor, Early Childhood Education
Interim Chair, Department of Teaching
Learning and Educational Studies
Western Michigan University, USA
Dr. Berenice Nyland
Program Director, 
Master of Education
RMIT University, Australia
Dr. Kathy Jordan
Program Director, 
Grad Dip Secondary
RMIT University, Australia
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