E-Learning Conference 2021
The e-Learning conference (ICTLE) aims to address the main issues of concern within e-Learning. This conference covers both technical as well as non-technical aspects of e-Learning. The 3rd International Conference on Teaching, Learning and Education accepts submissions in the following main topics: Organisational Strategy and Management Issues; Technological Issues; e-Learning Curriculum Development Issues; Instructional Design Issues; e-Learning Delivery Issues; e-Learning Research Methods and Approaches; e-Skills and Information Literacy for Learning.
ICTLE is coming to Amsterdam, Netherlands on the 26-28 February 2021.
Submitted abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee. If an abstract is accepted, the author agrees to send a full-text paper, including results, tables, figures, and references. All submissions should report original and previously unpublished research results no matter the type of research paper you are presenting. Full-text papers (.docx and .doc) will be accepted by Electronic Submission Form. Manuscripts should meet the format set by the elearning conference committee and are subject to review. Read More
The elearning conference (ICTLE) venue
Get to Hotel Casa Amsterdam easily by taking the train or taxi from Schiphol Airport. The hotel is located only a stone’s throw away from Amsterdam Amstel Station. Tickets for the tram or bus can be purchased at the front desk. The city is at your fingertips!
Conference Highlighted Speakers
Dr. Miguel Fernández Álvarez
Dr. Miguel Fernández Álvarez is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Linguistics Applied to Science and Technology at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain), where he teaches English for Specific Purposes. His research areas include bilingual education, second language acquisition and language assessment.
Prof. Dr. Juris Porozovs
Juris Porozovs, Dr.biol. Professor and leading researcher of the University of Latvia, Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art. Research interests – human cognitive process; use of information and communication technologies in the study process; peculiarities of the lifestyle of students; psychophysiological peculiarities of students with learning disabilities.
Dr. Dalia Fahmy
Dr. Dalia Fahmy is Associate Professor of Political Science at Long Island University and a visiting scholar that the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights at Rutgers University. Dr. Fahmy’s book include, “Arab Spring: Modernity, Identity and Change,” “Illiberal Intelligentsia and the Future of Egyptian Democracy,” and “International Relations.”