Preliminary Call for Papers
The Fifth International Conference on Concept Mapping follows on the success of the four previous international conferences held in Pamplona, Spain (2004); San Josè, Costa Rica (2006); Tallinn, Estonia/Helsinki, Finland (2008) and Viña del Mar, Chile (2010). This conference aims to bring together scholars and practitioners interested in the use of concept maps which were first developed at Cornell University in 1972 by Joseph Novak. It is being organized by the University of Malta and the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition.
The Conference is intended for all persons interested in the use of concept maps, including, but not limited to: facilitation of learning; eliciting, capturing, archiving, and using 'expert' knowledge; planning instruction; assessment of 'deep' understandings; research planning; collaborative knowledge modeling; creation of 'knowledge portfolios'; and administrative planning and monitoring.
We expect participants from a broad range of fields presenting a wide variety of research and applications of concept mapping. The papers should present substantial new results in theoretical, empirical and applied research and studies in all areas of concept mapping. All presentations at the conference are expected to include time for questions, answers, and scholarly discussion.
Kindly note that this conference is about concept mapping, so papers that are not about concept mapping will be rejected.
All papers should be written and presented in Spanish or English. The Proceedings of the Conference will be published as a book by the University of Malta and posted on the Conference website.
Submission Deadline: For all proposals and articles: to be announced
Notification of Acceptance: to be announced
Final Camera-ready Submissions: to be announced
Instructions on how to prepare and submit a paper will be posted soon. (leer más...)
Fuente: [ihmc y Universidad de Malta]