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Designs on eLearning 2009
2, 3, 4 September 2009
University of the Arts, London
Call for papers
Following on the success of previous Designs on eLearning international
conferences since 2005 in the use of technology for teaching and learning in
Art, Design and Communication, Designs on eLearning 2009 will be held at the
University of the Arts, London between 2nd and 4th September 2009.
The conference aims to cast light on established practice in the field, on
innovations in teaching and learning with technology, on the challenges and
successes presented by the visual nature of our discipline, and on the
benefits of online and blended learning.
Conference Themes include
1. Mobile computing and its impact on Art, Design and Communication
2. Serious Gaming and Virtual worlds in education
3. Virtual Learning Environments in Art, Design and Communication
4. Copyright and legal issues affecting the visual arts
5. The Social and Educational Interface
6. Innovations in teaching and learning in Art, Design and Communication
Details of the conference including full list of themes, registration and
online submission of papers can be found at
Designs on eLearning invites the submission of abstracts for consideration for
full research papers, short papers and posters by 31 March 2009. Full papers
will be allotted 30 minutes in the conference programme.Short papers will be
allotted 20 minutes.Full papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings.
In the case of Short papers, only the Abstract will be published.
The conference Review Committee, in a blind review process, will make a
decision in April based on the Full paper abstract whether to proceed to
full papers. The submission deadline for the full paper will be 15 July 2009.
All abstracts should consist of a description of the proposed paper
including reference to the problem, methodology and conclusions of the work
The abstract should not exceed 300 words in length.
There will be a limited space available for the display of information
relating to work in progress, ongoing projects and research findings
relating to the use of computers in teaching and learning in art, design and
communication. The Designs on eLearning Committee will consider abstracts of
no more than 300 words for proposed posters.
The website is now open for online submission at.
The conference proceedings will be published in Proceedings of Designs on
eLearning 2009 with an ISDN number.