CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
WEB2.0 - LEARNING, SYSTEMS, & SECURITY
Brunel University, UK
April 8th & 9th, 2010
Web 2.0 is an international conference exploring Technology-Enhanced
Learning, Systems, & Security. The next Web generation will involve
computer-based communication, information sharing, inter-operability, and
collaboration to support these processes. The conference will consider
evolving pedagogical approaches and raise the profile of research in
technology-enhanced LEARNING; spread good practice in the use of web-based
SYSTEMS; and facilitate collaboration between practitioners, researchers,
and policy makers concerned with web-SECURITY.
Nicholas Ramano, Oklahoma State University, USA
Mohini Singh, RMIT, Australia
Chris Evans & Ray Hackney, Brunel University, UK
Stephen Burgess, Victoria University, Australia
Yair Levy, Nova Southeastern University, USA
Shan Pan, National University, Singapore
Tom Butler, University College Cork, Ireland
Guy Fitzgerald, Brunel University, UK
Web 2.0 aims to explore Technology-enhanced Learning, Systems & Security.
The next generation will involve computer-based communication, information
sharing, inter operability, and collaboration to support these processes.
evolving technologies include web-based communities, hosted services, and
applications such as social-networking sites (e.g Facebook, Twitter), video
sharing sites (e.g. YouTube), video and audio podcasting, wikis, blogs, and
folksonomies (e.g. Delicious) in addition to psychological security
- explore the potential impact of Web 2.0
- spread good practice in the use of Web 2.0
- consider evolving pedagogical approaches using Web 2.0
- raise the profile of research on Web 2.0
> Topics of Interest include, but are not limited to: evolving pedagogies for
> Web 2.0 security, social networking, podcasting, wikis, blogging, video
> sharing, screencasting,folksonomies, eLearning 2.0 and people with
> disabilities, the potential impact of eLearning 2.0 on the Third World,
> creativity and Web 2.0, Human-Computer Interaction, Business and Web 2.0
> Web 2.0 will comprise invited keynote speakers and individual
> presentations. The conference will be recorded and published online as a
> series of screencasts.
> All welcome but presenters must submit a 500 word ABSTRACT and TITLE for
> BLIND REVIEW to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Web2.0" in the subject line.
> IMPORTANT DATES
> Submission of abstract of presentation: JANUARY 15, 2010
> CONFERENCE LOCATION
> Brunel Business School, Brunel University, West London, UK Brunel
> University is in Uxbridge on the western edge of London. Uxbridge is in a
> prime location for reaching the transport network that embraces London and
> South-east England. It is a short drive from the M4, M40 and M25 and has the
> added benefit of being on the edge of the London Underground network. It is
> about a 25-minute drive or bus ride from London's Heathrow airport.
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