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Default Call for Participation: LICE-2012

Call for Participation: LICE-2012¬*¬*

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CALL FOR
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London International Conference on Education
(LICE-2011)

November
7-10, 2011, London, UK(www.liceducation.org/)

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Notification and Call for Participation

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The London International Conference on Education
(LICE) is an international refereed conference dedicated to the
advancement of the theory and practices in education. The LICE
promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and
professionals from Education.

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The aim of LICE is to provide an opportunity for
academicians and professionals from various educational fields
with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap,
promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. The
LICE-2011 invites research papers that encompass conceptual
analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation.¬*¬*¬*¬*¬*

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The topics in
LICE-2011 include but are not confined to the following areas:

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Art Education

Music Education

Writing Education

Imaginative Education

Language Education

History

Adult Education

Competitive Skills

Continuing Education

Higher Education

Adult education

Vocational Education

Transferring Disciplines

Business Education

Educational Administration

Human Resource Development

Academic Advising and Counselling

Education Policy and Leadership

Industrial Cooperation¬*

Life-long Learning Experiences

Workplace Learning and Collaborative
Learning¬*

Work Employability

Educational Institution Government
Partnership¬*

Patent Registration and Technology
Transfer

University Spin-Off Companies

Course Management

Accreditation and Quality Assurance

Academic Experiences and Best Practice
Contributions

Copy-right¬*

Digital Libraries and Repositories

Digital Rights Management

Evaluation and Assessment

E-content Management and Development

E-content Management and Development.
Open Content

e-Portfolios

Grading Methods¬*

Knowledge Management

Quality processes at National and
International level

Security and Data Protection

Student Selection Criteria in
Interdisciplinary Studies¬*

User-Generated Content

Curriculum, Research and Development

Acoustics in Education Environment

APD/Listening

Counsellor Education

Courses, Tutorials and Labs

Curriculum Design

ESL/TESL

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Educational Foundations

Early
Childhood Education

Elementary
Education

Geographical
Education

Health
Education

Home
Education

Rural
Education

Science
Education

Secondary
Education

Second life
Educators

Social
Studies Education

Special
Education

Learning / Teaching Methodologies and
Assessment

Simulated
Communities and Online Mentoring

e-Testing
and new Test Theories

Supervising
and Managing Student Projects

Pedagogy
Enhancement with e-Learning

Educating
the Educators

Immersive
Learning

Blended
Learning

Computer-Aided


Assessment

Metrics and
Performance Measurement

Assessment
Software Tools

Assessment
Methods in Blended Learning Environments

Global Issues In Education and Research

Education,
Research and Globalization

Barriers to
Learning (ethnicity, age, psychosocial factors, ...)

Women and
Minorities in Science and Technology

Indigenous
and Diversity Issues

Government
Policy issues

Organizational,


Legal and Financial Aspects

Digital
Divide

Increasing
Affordability and Access to the Internet

Ethical
issues in Education

Intellectual
Property Rights and Plagiarism

Pedagogy

Teacher
Education

Cross-disciplinary


areas of Education

Educational
Psychology

Education
practice trends and issues

Indigenous
Education

Kinesiology
and Leisure Science

K12

Life-long
Learning Education

Mathematics
Education

Physical
Education (PE)

Reading
Education

Religion and
Education Studies

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Research Management

Research
Methodologies

Academic
Research Projects

Joint-research


programmes

Research on
Technology in Education

Research
Centres

Links
between Education and Research

New
Challenges in Education

ECTS
experiences

The Bologna
Process and its implementation

Joint-Degree
Programmes

Erasmus and
Exchange experiences in universities

Students and
Teaching staff Exchange programmes

Ubiquitous Learning

Accessibility


to Disabled Users

Animation,
3D, and Web 3D Applications

Context
Dependent Learning

Distance
Education

E-Learning

E-Manufacturing




Educational
Technology

Educational
Games and Software

Human
Computer Interaction

ICT
Education

Internet
technologies

Learning
Management Systems (LMS)

Mobile
Applications and Learning (M-learning)

Multi-Virtual


Environment

Standards
and Interoperability

Technology
Enhanced Learning

Technology
Support for Pervasive Learning

Ubiquitous
Computing

Videos for
Learning and Educational Multimedia¬*

Virtual and
Augmented Reality

Virtual
Learning Environments (VLE)

Web 2.0,
Social Networking, Blogs and Wikis

Wireless
Applications

Research In Progress

Ongoing
research from undergraduates, graduates/postgraduates
and professionals Projects

Collaborative


Research

Integration
of cross-cultural studies in curriculum

Research
Assessment Exercise (RAE)

New Trends
And Experiences

Other Areas of Education

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Keynote Speakers

Marie
Parker-Jenkins is Professor of Education in the Department of
Education and Professional Studies, University of Limerick
researching issues of social justice with particular reference
to ‚Äúrace‚ÄĚ and ethnicity. Before having an academic career in the
UK, she taught in Bermuda, Canada and Australia where she
obtained practical knowledge of children from culturally diverse
backgrounds. She is the author of over 100 publications
including books, reports and journal articles. Her research has
included study of the expansion of religious schools,
particularly those based on an Islamic and Jewish ethos; and in
her consultancy capacity, she has provided workshops on such
subject as citizenship, community and identity.

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Patrick Ainley is a professor of
Training and Education at the University of Greenwich School of
Education and Training (as was). Books include: Learning Policy,
Towards the Certified Society, Macmillan 1999; Apprenticeship:
Towards a new Paradigm of Learning (edited with Helen Rainbird)
Kogan Page 1999; The Business of Learning, Staff and Student
Experience of Future Education in the 1990s (with Bill Bailey),
Cassell 1997; Degrees of difference, Higher Education in the
1990s, Lawrence and Wishart 1994; Class and Skill, Cassell 1993;
Training for the Future, The rise and fall of the Manpower
Services Commission (with Mark Corney), Cassell 1990; From
School to YTS, Open University Press 1988; and with Martin Allen
‚Äď Education Make You Fick, Innit? Tufnell Press 2007 and Lost
Generation? New strategies for youth and education; Continuum:
March 2010.

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Dr Steven
Whitombe is a lecturer in the School of Healthcare Studies
at Cardiff University, United Kingdom. Steven trained as an
occupational therapist but has worked in healthcare education
for the past eleven years. His research interests center on
pedagogical issues, especially students’ experience of learning
and students education and professional identities. He has a
particular interest in problem-based learning as an educational
approach and has published widely on this topic in numerous
journals and book chapters. In 2005 he co-developped a
reflective model of problem-based learning which has since been
updated in the 2010 book “Problem-based Learning in Health and
Social Care‚ÄĚ of whic Steven is also a co-editor. More recently,
Steven has turned his attention to the significance of knowledge
for the maintenance of unique professional identity. His
doctoral these explored occupational therapy students’
perception of knowledge and professional identity, the findings
of which have been disseminated in educational conferences both
in the UK, and internationally, including the Canadian
International Conference on Education in 2011. Steven is
currently in the process of co-authoring a new book on the
skills and knowledge required of the 21st century
healthcare practitioner.

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