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FUITEL: Future Interfaces in Technology Enhanced Learning and Training

Parallel Special Thematic Session
In the context of HCI International 2007
22-27 July 2007, Beijing, P.R. China
(General Chair: Constantine STEPHANIDIS)
Organized by Andreas HOLZINGER & Alexander K. NISCHELWITZER

Standard e-Learning has matured. Consequently, new interaction and interface technologies are increasingly the focus of learning and training research. Besides of the shift from m-Learning to x-Learning the challenges are in Quasi-Intelligent Adaptive Systems and multimodal Interfaces which enable the inclusion of all human senses. This is a challenge for interdisciplinary research on the intersection of Psychology and Computer Science.

This Special Thematic Session (STS) brings together Researchers and Practitioners from Psychology and Computer Science, bridging classic Human-Computer Interaction research (HCI) with Usability Engineering (UE), aiming at bringing clear benefits for learners!

Topics include (but are not limited):

Quasi-Intelligent Learning Objects (QILOS)
Adaptive Learning Environments (ALEs)
Multimodal Interfaces for e-Learning (MIeL) and Training (e-Training)
Mobile and Pervasive Learning and Training Technologies
Psychological Aspects of Multimodal Interfaces
Cross Media Design and Development
Accessible Interfaces to Learning and Training Content
Learning, Teaching and Motivation with didactical innovative e-Learning Concepts

All papers undergo careful peer review and will appear in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS).

Send your abstracts directly to the STS chairs, following  the general rules of HCII conference:
Andreas Holzinger: andreas.holzinger@medunigraz.at
Alexander K. Nischelwitzer: alexander.nischelwitzer@fh-joanneum.at


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