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Subject:

Call for Abstracts and Proposals for Computing Education Conference, Dublin July 2007

From:

Barrie Thompson <[log in to unmask]>

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Barrie Thompson <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 22 Feb 2007 12:29:27 +0000

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IFIP Open Working Conference: Education, Training and Life Long Learning for IT Professionals

Organised by IFIP Working Group 3.4 in collaboration with Special Interest Group 3.8 Venue:  Dublin City University, Ireland. 9th to 13th July 2007

This IFIP conference will immediately follow the IEEEE-CS supported International Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T 2007).

It will address aspects related to:
1. The integration of IT knowledge and practice with other vocational and professional education, 
2. The on-going professional development of IT practitioners,
3. The provision of initial and on-going IT training and education for non-IT professionals to enable them to use and contribute to the development of IT systems,
4. The use of computer-based training methods in the delivery of education of professionals

Plus life long learning aspects relating to the above.

Papers that address issues relating to Continuous Professional Development would be particularly welcome. In this area Working Group 3.4 has a particular interest with regard to approaches and mechanisms that would assist in ensuring that professionals are familiar with current best practice and relevant proven methodologies.

Full details via: http://www.businessandlaw.vu.edu.au/ifip34/

Submissions of extended abstracts for papers and proposals for workshops are required on or before 5th March.


Submission and Review of Conference Papers
As for the co-located CSEE&T conference a two-stage review process will be operated. The first stage is the submission of a paper proposal in the form of an extended abstract which details:
"	Paper Title
"	Author details: Name(s), Affiliation(s), Contact Address(es)
"	Contact details for key contact author. Name, Tel, Fax, E-mail 
"	Confirmation statement that if the abstract and the final paper are accepted an author will present it at the conference in Dublin
"	Relevant conference area(s) as highlighted in this call
"	An Extended Abstract. This should be 350 to 450 words in length and provide contextual information and an outline of the final paper.
"	Selected supporting references.  (5or 6 are expected)

An example first stage submission can be found via: http://www.businessandlaw.vu.edu.au/ifip34/ 

Paper proposals should be emailed to the Program Chair, Arthur Tatnall: [log in to unmask]
These should be as an attachment in RTF format and should arrive no later than 5 March 2007.
The email should be titled ETLLL Paper submission.

The authors of acceptable abstracts that are deemed to be in line with the themes of the conference will be invited to submit a full paper (feedback will be given, as appropriate). Some submissions that do not meet fully the criteria for acceptance (example - an idea at an early stage, inadequate results to validate an idea etc.) may be accepted and scheduled under "Short papers". Author(s) may wish, in their submission, to indicate that their paper should only be considered for the 'Short papers' stream.


Submission and Review of Workshop Proposals
The conference has been planned so that it can accommodate a number of full-day or half-day interactive workshops (four full-day, or eight half-day, or a mixture). The workshops will enable groups of like-minded participants to exchange experiences and viewpoints in a sharply focused manner. It is NOT intended that these will be mini conferences. Workshop organisers are responsible for authoring a call for participation and for advertising their workshops in appropriate places to attract attendees. They are also responsible for producing an appropriate post- workshop report for inclusion in the conference proceedings.

The proposal for a workshop (in not more than 3 pages) should include the following:
"	Workshop title, aim, and objectives
"	Proposer's name, affiliation and a brief bio
"	Confirmation statement that if the workshop is accepted the proposer will attend the conference in Dublin to run their workshop.
"	Relevant conference area(s) as highlighted in this call
"	Preferred duration: Full or half day
"	Names, affiliations and brief bio of 1 to 3 people who will assist the proposer in the conduct of the workshop
"	Expected number of participants and how the workshop will be advertised
"	Pre requisites, if any, needed from participants to attend the workshop and how such will be treated
"	Workshop activities and format
"	How the success of the workshop will judged

Workshop organizers may wish to include details of their strategy for encouraging attendance such as requesting short position papers that could form part of an extended post workshop report.

An example workshop proposal can also be found via: http://www.businessandlaw.vu.edu.au/ifip34/  

Workshop proposals should be emailed to the Workshop Chair, Helen Edwards:[log in to unmask]
These should be as an attachment in RTF format and should arrive no later than 5 March 2007.
The email should be titled ETLLL Workshop submission.



-- 
J Barrie Thompson
Professor in Applied Software Engineering
School of Computing and Technology
University of Sunderland
St Peter's Campus Sunderland, SR6 0DD
tel: +44 (0)191 515 2769, Fax: +44 (0)191 515 2781, 
e-mail: [log in to unmask]
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University of Sunderland - Home of New Software Engineering:
Process, Product and Infrastructure, but most of all People!

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