| The 3rd E-learning Conference – Computer Science Education will be held in Coimbra, Portugal, on the 7th and 8th September 2006. This conference was previously realized in Brussels (2004) and Berlin (2005). It is organized under the framework of European Thematic Network for Doctoral Education in Computer (ETN DEC), a widely representative group of Computing and Information Technologies Departments in Europe.
The program will consist of invited lectures, papers sessions and a PhD student’s workshop.
The conference will accept submissions on all aspects of e-Learning with a special emphasis on those directly connected with the use of technology in supporting computer science teaching and learning. Papers on the practice of teaching computer science and computer science education research are also welcome.
The conference official language will be English.
All contributions must follow the official ACM Proceedings Format guidelines available in http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html.
Submissions must be made electronically in DOC or PDF formats, using the conference management system available in the conference web page, under the “Submissions” entry. Final versions will only be accepted in DOC format.
Full papers, with a maximum of 6 pages, should be high quality, unpublished, original work related to a theme of the conference.
Extended abstracts with a maximum of 3 pages are invited for PhD student workshop. Each extended abstract should report about work in progress, identify the problem, the approach taken and the results obtained so far. Special attention should be given to the uniqueness of the approach and the significance of the results.
After review, accepted contributions must be presented at the conference by a subset of the authors.
All accepted contributions will be published in the conference proceedings, a CD-ROM with ISBN.
Full paper submission: 9th
June 2006 (extended deadline)
Notification to authors: 23rd June 2006
Final version due: 14th July 2006
Conference dates: 7th and 8th September 2006