This workshop provides an open forum for two kinds of professionals:
Computer and Educator, to share their ideas and experiences on supplementing
eLearning with classroom learning. The aim is to help students in the
learning process effectively. In the reality of today's education, students
can learn anywhere and at any time through Internet. Very often, students
can learn new advanced computer technologies through self learning on the
Internet, and universities can only provide basic knowledge in the
classroom. As a result, there is a need to combine both learning methods to
speed up the students' learning ability.
Full Paper Submission Deadline: March 23, 2007 (extended)
This workshop will produce a proceeding of theoretical and empirical papers
on eLearning as a supplementary learning to classroom learning. The era of
eLearning enables students learning any time and anywhere through Internet.
It can reduce teachers' administration work to a minimum by computerizing
clerical work. It can also personalize each student's need by adaptive
learning. However, traditional classroom learning is needed for face-to-face
lecturing and tutoring. Above all, the experimental work must be supervised
and monitored for its progress. As a result, it is important to combine the
benefits of both eLearning and classroom learning into an enhanced teaching
method, namely blended learning. Lecturers can then motivate students to
learn both in breadth by getting important referenced course materials and
practice online, and also in depth by detailed discussion with the lecturers
in the face-to-face classroom. The issue is how to create a curriculum which
can fit students' personal needs. Education theory, peer-to-peer learning,
and web-based technologies should be applied together in defining techniques
and guidelines for the creation of the eLearning contents and blended
More details of this workshop can be found from
Authors are invited to submit original papers to this workshop. Papers for
submissions should be formatted in single column, 1.0 spacing of no more
than 10 pages for review. All papers should be submitted in PDF format.
Submission details will be announced here shortly. Selected papers from
the workshop will also be included in the LNCS Main Conference Proceedings.
Please contact the workshop co-chairs directly for further information: