Held at the Sheraton Resort on the island of Rhodes, Greece, from 7 to 9 July 2016, the International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education (ICICTE) aims to address the many challenges relating to the use of technology in the pedagogical environment.
Southampton Solent University is the main organiser of the conference, which has run annually since 2000, bringing together an international community of scholars and practitioners in a forum setting.
Call for submission of papers
ICICTE is currently open for submissions from researchers developing new technologies, examining the application of technology to all forms of education and training, researching pedagogical practice and the effects of integrating ICT into the curriculum.
Proposals must be submitted by February 19 2016, via icicte.org/ICICTE16Papers.htm
ICICTE’s general themes can be found on the main conference site at www.icicte.org, and this year’s conference is focused on a range of specific themes:
- Intellectual property and online education.
- Ethics, human rights and access to open educational resources.
- ICT, elite performance and professional training.
- The application of psychology to learning mediated by technology.
- Enhancing arts education through technology.
The conference’s social programs have always brought Greek hospitality to the fore of our meetings and discussions. This year’s social program includes the opening night reception, the closing ‘Greek Night’ dinner, and two lunches.
The gorgeous, historical environment, the limited number of participants, and the intimate setting allow attendees to develop associations that extend into post-conference activities.