Learning with MOOCS 2021

The 4th Industrial Revolution: From the Pandemic to the Remote World

29, 30 Sep – 1 Oct 2021, Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala


Learning with MOOCS 2021

The 4th Industrial Revolution: From the Pandemic to the Remote World

29, 30 Sep – 1 Oct 2021, Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala

NEW! The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our priority. IEEE has been monitoring the developing COVID-19 pandemic (Coronavirus). We are glad to plan an hybrid version of the 2021 Learning with MOOCS Conference (LWMOOCs).


05 May 2021Extended abstracts submission (1-2 pages)
16 May 2021Notification to submit complete papers (2-6 pages)
13 Jun 2021Complete paper upload (2-6 pages) for review
18 Jul 2021Notification of acceptance (regular papers)
26 Jul 2021- Registration
- Final Paper (regular and late) (2-6 pages)
- Copyright signature
29, 30 Sep – 1 Oct 2021Conference LWMOOCs 2021

Call for Papers

The 4th Industrial Revolution: From the Pandemic to the Remote World

This IEEE conference provides academic and industry professionals the opportunity to discuss research into MOOC technologies as well as the practical aspects of creating and offering MOOCs to diverse worldwide audiences. Now in its eighth edition, LWMOOCs is a respected international forum to collaborate, share, network, learn, and display the latest advances in MOOCs. This edition will be the first hybrid one in Latin America, with the aim of spreading the MOOC movement and involving new institutions to enhance teaching and learning through technology.

Topics for Discussion

We call for submissions from a variety of disciplines and topics. We encourage submissions that build on the theme of enhancing workforce diversity and inclusion. All submissions will be double-blind peer-reviewed, and a selection will be chosen to present a vibrant program that maximizes time for discussion and participation through a single-track threaded with poster sessions, full-length paper presentations, shorter lighting-round presentations, active-learning workshops, and keynote presentations from leading experts. Example topics, though not limited to this list, include:

  • The role of MOOCs shaping the 4th Industrial Revolution
  • Expanding the learner community through MOOCs
  • Social implications of MOOCs
  • Assistive and inclusive MOOC techniques
  • Open content, open licensing, and MOOC delivery
  • International cooperation in MOOC projects
  • Using MOOCs in employee training
  • Scaffolding courses and planning MOOC curricula
  • On-line MOOC degree programs
  • Learning analytics in MOOC courses
  • Learning science and educational research models
  • Learning engineers applying sound science with MOOC platforms
  • Machine Learning, AI, and MOOC delivery

IEEE Event Conduct and Safety Statement Language

IEEE believes that science, technology, and engineering are fundamental human activities, for which openness, international collaboration, and the free flow of talent and ideas are essential. Its meetings, conferences, and other events seek to enable engaging, thought-provoking conversations that support IEEE’s core mission of advancing technology for humanity. Accordingly, IEEE is committed to providing a safe, productive, and welcoming environment to all participants, including staff and vendors, at IEEE-related events.

IEEE has no tolerance for discrimination, harassment, or bullying in any form at IEEE-related events. All participants have the right to pursue shared interests without harassment or discrimination in an environment that supports diversity and inclusion. Participants are expected to adhere to these principles and respect the rights of others.

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Location & Venue

Located in the center of the Guatemalan territory, the country’s central region is where Antigua Guatemala lie. This region offers spring like weather all year round, boasts an array of attractions, and serves as a perfect starting point to travel to other destinations around the country.

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Antigua remains Guatemala’s must-visit destination. A former capital, the city boasts an impressive catalogue of colonial relics in a magnificent setting. Streetscapes of pastel facades unfold beneath three volcanoes. Many old ecclesiastical and civic structures are beautifully renovated, while others retain tumbledown charm, with fragments strewn about park-like grounds.

The Learning with MOOCs conference 2021, will be held at Hotel-Museum Casa Santo Domingo (3a Calle Oriente No. 28 A, La Antigua Guatemala), one of the most historic, ecofriendly and best-rated colonial hotels. (Visit venue website). It also has a location in the heart of Antigua Guatemala. In addition the hotel has excellent service of Swimming pool, Restaurant, Gym / Training room, Bar / Lounge, Spa, Free high speed Internet (WiFi), among others.


Major airlines have flights to Guatemala. For example if you come from Spain you can choose Iberia. If you are coming from United States, you can find direct flights from Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, with airlines like as American Airlines, United Airlines, among others.


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