Papers up to 6 pages with associated poster and oral presentation
LWMOOCS conference tries to maximize the time that attendees devote to colloquium, networking and discussion as well as to provide the best environment for the reflection, action and positive feedback allowing the maximum interaction.
For those the conference is organized around all conference publications presented firstly as posters along a session sharing all the info and allowing interaction during the first day of the conference, as well as with later short presentations (5 to 10 minutes) mixed in sessions with invited Keynotes and Lightning Speakers, to gain visibility, knowledge and expertise in our world of MOOCs and engineering education.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least three experts.
When you are sure your paper meets the formatting requirements please go to the Conftool® Submission Server (link will be available in time) and create an account if you don't have one and submit your contribution.
Important: Please be careful when entering metadata such as title, abstract, author's names etc: verify these data because they are used for creating the conference program, the proceedings, the Xplore entries etc. In the worst case you have wrong data in IEEE Xplore which cannot be modified once submitted!
Only accepted papers with at least one registered author will appear in the proceedings if they have been uploaded before the deadlines.
The conference proceedings of presented papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore® which ensures a wide dissemination of your valuable work. Once accepted and published (which is usually true for this conference), other indexing services evaluate conferences and independently determine what they will index.
The copyrights of the papers are transferred to IEEE (except if the paper is entirely the work of employees of the US government or a crown government).
Authors are expected to attend the conference in person to present their papers and share their ideas. If a paper is included in the proceedings distributed on site and is later identified as a non-presented paper, it will still be included in the proceedings delivered to IEEE. However, it will be flagged as "no-show" so that the paper will be archived but will not be indexed or appear in IEEE Xplore. But: Copyright of non-presented papers is still retained by IEEE – an author cannot submit the same paper to another conference or journal for publication. However, you can submit elsewhere an expanded version of this paper, but prior to this, you would have to request permission from IEEE Intellectual Property Rights department using RightsLink (https://www.ieee.org/publications_standards/publications/rights/rights_link.html). Once permission is granted, you can then expand on the paper and submit to another publication.