International Conference on Education & Learning in Mobile Age 2011

The International Conference on Education & Learning in Mobile Age - CELMA focuses on learning in the digital world with advanced mobile technologies, such as handheld devices, and smart phones. The applications of innovative technologies and inspiration methodologies in this domain will bring scientists, researchers, engineers, trainers and trainees together towards new era of teaching and learning societies.


Authors are invited to submit paper(s) following APA (American Psychological Association) style to an organized technique session (see details in "Submission of Papers"). All quality papers will be published in the edited book:

Learning with Mobile Technologies, Handheld Devices and Smart Phones: Innovative Methods

by IGI global, USA.

Lake District
Scope and Topics
The conference also provides free training course on the latest technologies - Student Response System, by specialists in the topic.


Topics of particular interests include the following tracks, but are not limited to:


Educational methodologies:
Student centered Learning
Problem based learning
Activity based learning
Innovative learning
Verification and elaboration based feedback
Collaborative or individual learning methods
New evaluation methods
Modernization of education
Pedagogical use of iPhone and smartphone
(Comparative) Language learning
Vocational education and training
Motivation and mastering process
Experiences with response, communication and interaction in education and training
Just-in-time teaching and learning


Environment related learning:
(Open/Online) Student Response Systems
Electronic Voting Systems
Computer aided learning
Mobile device related learning
Computer - mobile mixture learning
Web based learning
Classroom modernization
Tomorrow classroom
Facilitating learning by use of video
Content production with mobile learning


Styles related learning:
E - learning
E - training
E - reading
E - exam/test
E - evaluation
E - portfolio


Technique Issues:
Data access/retrieve
Data visualization
Knowledge-based systems
XML database,
Data storage/content issues
Web-based programming
Mobile computing
Smart phone communications
Language translation
Emerging mobile technologies