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IMCL 2014: Mobile Learning in Cultural Institutions and Open Spaces
Topics
The special session on Mobile Learning in Cultural Institutions and Open Spaces is considered
as an opportunity to begin a discussion that focuses on - but it is not limited to -the following
topics.
 Mobile applications supporting learning for cultural institutions and/or open spaces
(historical city centres, archaeological sites, city centers, or neighborhoods etc)
 Learning supported by tangibles in a context of non formal learning
 Theoretical considerations on technology supported learning in cultural institutions
and/or open spaces
 Design issues, principles, rationale
 Analysis and review of use cases
 Evaluation approaches
 Learning activities
 Content processing and integration
 
Contribution Types
Proposals for participation in the Special Session can be submitted in the following formats:
 Full Papers – These include mainly accomplished research results and have 6 pages.
 Short Papers – These are mostly composed of work in progress reports or fresh
developments and have 3 pages.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers. All accepted papers will be
included in the conference proceedings published through IEEE Xplore®, provided at least one
author pays the registration fee before October 1st 2014.
For further questions, please contact Nikoleta Yiannoutsou (Subject: IMCL2014 Special
Session Submission).
Important Dates
15 Sep 2014 Special session papers submission deadline
22 Sep 2014 Special session papers notification of acceptance
01 Oct 2014 Author registration deadline
13 Oct 2014 Camera-ready due
13 Nov 2014 IMCL2014 opening
Submission
Please visit: http://imcl-conference.org/imcl2014/submission.php and submit your paper as
“Late Paper”
In the field “Remarks for the Contribution” please remark:
• The title of the special session, i.e. “Mobile Learning in Cultural Institutions and
Open Spaces”
• The type of the contribution : Short/ long paper
 
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