Workshop ICL2000 in Villach / Austria

The workshop ‘Interactive Computer aided Learning’ was first held in October 1998, followed by a second one in October 1999. Both workshops were assessed by the participants as workshops of ‘high standard’, providing a ‘great number of constructive discussions' in a 'very agreeable work atmosphere'.

This year’s workshop has again been organised by the Carinthia Tech Institute, School of Electronics, in accordance with partners from all over Europe and is particularly supported by the

  • European Distance Education Network (EDEN)
  • International Society for Engineering Education (IGIP)
  • ITG/GI Technical Committee APS-PC.

It was again designed as an interdisciplinary workshop that aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and up-to-date research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing and testing elements of interactive computer aided learning. Therefore, pilot projects, applications and products were also very welcome.

The high number of contributors as well as participants shows the great interest in this topic.
The final workshop program of the ICL2000 includes 3 invited papers, 33 oral presentations and 13 posters, which have been carefully selected out of more than 70 submitted contributions from 23 countries. Compared to ICL99 the number of participants, coming from all the five continents, has doubled.

There was also great interest in the two tutorials, covering most relevant topics. Both were booked up weeks before the actual workshop started.

The ICL will again be organized at the end of September 2001. If you are interested in the workshop proceedings (1998-book, 1999-CD, 2000-CD) please contact M. Auer. The following papers will give a short insight into some of this year's topics.

Villach, October 2000                                                                Michael E. Auer / Ursula Ressler



e-learning, distance learning, distance education, online learning, higher education, DE, blended learning, MOOCs, ICT, information and communication technology, collaborative learning, internet, interaction, learning management system, LMS,

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