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International Conference on Interactive Computer aided Learning

ICL 2007

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Web based learning (WBL)
Life long learning
Intelligent content
Adaptive and intuitive environments
Responsive environments
Mobile learning environments and applications
Computer aided language learning (CALL)
Platforms and authoring tools
MashUp technologies
Networks/Grids for learning
Knowledge management and learning
Collaborative learning
Applications of the Semantic Web
Standards and style-guides
Remote and virtual laboratories
Multimedia applications and virtual reality
Pedagogical and psychological issues
Evaluation and outcomes assessment
New learning models and applications
Real world experiences
Pilot projects / Products / Applications

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