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  • Call for Papers and Proposals

    iLRN 2024 - 10th International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network

    Conference theme: “Tech4Good”

    June 3 – 5, 2024 Online & in Virtual Reality
    June 10 – 13, 2024 Glasgow, Scotland; University of Glasgow
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    The 10th Annual International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network (iLRN2024) will be innovative and interactive gatherings online and face-to-face for a flourishing global network of researchers and practitioners collaborating to develop the scientific, technical, and applied potential of immersive learning. It is the premier scholarly event focusing on the following topics:

    Learning Innovation • Ethics and Privacy • Generative AI & Machine Learning • Teaching & Learning Strategies • Inclusive Design • Ubiquitous Learning • Educational Equity  • Health & Wellbeing • Museums & Libraries and Heritage Education • Digital Inclusion • Climate Change • Social Impact of Immersive Gaming • Educational Technology • Pedagogy • Computer Science • Serious Games • 3D Collaboration • Digital Twins • Embodied Pedagogical Agents • Medical & Healthcare Education • Workforce & Industry • Language Learning • K-12 STEM • Informal Learning • Community & Civic Engagement • Special Education • Geosciences • Data Visualization and Analytics • Assessment & Evaluation


  • Announcement: Submissions in the second round possible, deadline on February 15  Extension: February 29, 2024


    • Special Track submissions: all types of submissions possible (including Academic Full Papers)
    • Academic submissions for the 10 iLRN tracks: Short papers, Work-in-Progress papers, Doctoral Colloquium papers / proposals
    • iLEAD submissions for the 10 iLRN tracks: all types of submissions possible

    More information below:

  • Scholars and professionals working from informal and formal education settings as well as those representing diverse industry sectors are invited to participate in the conference in either venue, where they may share their research findings, experiences, and insights; network and establish partnerships to envision and shape the future of XR and immersive technologies for learning; and contribute to the emerging scholarly knowledge base on how these technologies can be used to create experiences that educate, engage, and excite learners.

    For more information about the conference venues and other details, please visit:

    Conference website: https://www.immersivelrn.org/iLRN2024


  • SUBMISSION TYPES


    The iLRN 2024 Organizing Committee is accepting submissions for peer review & publication. Proposals for contributions are being accepted in two streams: the Academic Stream and the Immersive Learning Education and Design (iLEAD) Stream. The submission formats (e.g., length, template, presentation format) differ per stream.
     

    ACADEMIC STREAM (more information)

    All Academic Stream submissions will be published and should be submitted as scientific papers. There are two publication formats, depending on the submitted paper type:

    1) Academic Stream Submissions: Refereed Scholarly Papers Published in Springer CCIS Conference Proceedings indexed in Scopus Database

    • Full paper (12 to 15+ pages in Springer LNCS format, incl. references) for oral presentation.
    • Short paper (6 to 11 pages in Springer LNCS format, incl. references) for oral presentation.

    See previous iLRN Springer proceedings: https://link.springer.com/conference/icil

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    2) Academic Stream Submissions: Refereed Scholarly Papers Published in iLRN Conference Proceedings (not indexed)

    • Work-in-progress paper (4 to 7 pages in iLRN Proceedings format, incl. references) for poster presentation. WIP papers describe early-stage research with their theoretical background, methodology, and, if applicable, first data collections.
    • Doctoral colloquium paper (4 to 7 pages in iLRN Proceedings format, incl. references) for oral presentation in the doctoral colloquium. Both doctoral level as well as master’s by research students/candidates are eligible to submit to the DC. The DC will be held as a session in addition to the regular paper sessions, with students presenting their research to each other (in English).
       

    iLEAD STREAM (more information)

    Proposals in the Immersive Learning Education and Design (iLEAD) stream include the submission of an extended abstract for various presentation formats. Publication in the iLEAD conference proceedings is possible but not required for presentation. Potential iLEAD presentation formats are:

    • Oral presentation
    • Poster presentation
    • Workshop proposal
    • Special session proposal
    • Panel session proposal
    • Guided Virtual Adventures
    • Tutorials
    • Product Demonstrations

    For all presentation formats, please submit an Extended Abstract (2 to 3 pages in iLRN Proceedings format, incl. references) with a summary of your contribution to immersive learning education and design. Publication of this Extended Abstract in the iLEAD 2024 Conference Proceedings (not indexed) is optional.

     

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  • PROGRAM TRACKS


    Papers and proposals may be submitted to one of 10 program tracks. These tracks can be chosen within the submission form and presentations at the conference will be clustered based on these tracks. The first track is intended for papers making knowledge contributions to the learning sciences, computer science, and/or game studies that are not linked to any particular application area. The other nine tracks correspond to the iLRN Houses of application. Submissions to all tracks are received through EasyChair (see "Submission & Templates" below).

    Track 1.    Foundations of Immersive Learning Research and Theory (not linked to any particular application area). 
    Track 2.    Assessment and Evaluation (A&E) 
    Track 3.    Galleries, Libraries, Archives, & Museums (GLAM) 
    Track 4.    Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access, & Social Justice (IDEAS) 
    Track 5.    STEM Education 
    Track 6.    Language, Culture, & Heritage (LCH) 
    Track 7.    Medical & Healthcare Education (MHE) 
    Track 8.    Nature & Environmental Sciences (NES) 
    Track 9.    Workforce Development & Industry Training (WDIT) 
    Track 10.    Self and Co-Regulated Learning with Immersive Learning Environments (SCILE)

    Special Tracks

    In addition to the general iLRN Program Tracks, three special track proposals have been submitted to and accepted for iLRN 2024. Submissions to these special tracks is possible in all paper and proposal categories in both submission rounds, which means that Academic Full Paper submissions to the special tracks are possible also for the second submission deadline. Submissions to the special tracks are also received through EasyChair (see "Submission & Templates" below). Here, the track "Special Track Submissions" can be selected for the submission.

    Special Track 1.    Immersive Learning across Latin America: state of research, use cases and projects.
    Special Track 2.    Sustainable Development and Immerse Learning in the Climate Emergency
    Special Track 3.    Literacy Equity and Immersive Learning


  • SUBMISSION & TEMPLATES


    All contributions will be accepted only via the online submission system Easy Chair. A double blind peer-review process will be used to evaluate all submissions. For this, all submissions must be anonymized. Please also take the iLRN plagiarism policy into account. Choose your submission type in EasyChair:

    Submit your paper through EasyChair

     

    ACADEMIC STREAM

    1) Full Papers and Short Papers. ONLY SHORT PAPERS OPEN TO PROPOSALS. FULL PAPER SUBMISSION CLOSED. Exception: Special Tracks are still accepting Full Paper submission.

    These types of academic papers must be prepared in the Springer LNCS format (template and author instructions) for publication in the iLRN Springer proceedings (Scopus indexed). Please indicate the iLRN track or special track for which the submission is intended. Full Papers (12 - 15+ pages) can only be submitted during the first submission round, Short Papers (6 - 11 pages) can be submitted during both submission rounds (see Important Dates below for the two deadlines).

    2) Work-in-Progress papers, Doctoral Colloquium Papers. OPEN TO PROPOSALS.

    These types of academic papers and proposals must be prepared in the iLRN Proceedings paper format (template) on 4 - 7 pages for publication in the iLRN academic proceedings (iLRN published with DOIs, not indexed).  Please indicate the iLRN track or special track for which the submission is intended. These paper types can be submitted during the second submission round.

    iLEAD STREAM

    1) Proposals for the iLEAD Stream (all types). OPEN TO PROPOSALS.

    All types of iLEAD proposals must be prepared in the iLRN Proceedings format (template) on 2 to 3 pages (incl. references). Please indicate the intended type of presentation in the submission form. Publication in the iLEAD proceedings (iLRN published with DOIs, not indexed) is optional, but not required for presentation.  In the submission process, make sure to indicate if you want your proposal to be published or not. These proposals can be submitted during the second submission round.

     

    SPECIAL SUBMISSIONS

    There are two special types submissions that are not published in the iLRN Proceedings, but can be submitted through EasyChair in addition to the usual submission types:

    1) Proposals for the 5th iLRNFuser (GameJam). OPEN TO PROPOSALS.

    International student competition for the development of immersive game apps supporting UN Sustainability Goals (more information on iLRNFuser GameJam).

    2) Proposals for the Alternate Reality Game (ARG): Project Vanguard. OPEN TO PROPOSALS.

    Submitting a "node" for co-designing an immersive learning Alternate Reality Gaming experience with the iLRN community (more information on submitting nodes as part of iLRN's Project Vanguard). 


  • IMPORTANT DATES


    Prior submissions
    Special Track deadline 17th September 2023
    Notification of special track review outcomes 2nd October 2023
    Tutorial deadline 31st October 2023
    Notification of tutorial review outcomes 15th November 2023
    First Round Submissions (Academic Full and Short Papers)
    Submission Deadline for Academic Stream (Full Papers and "early" Short Papers) 17th November 2023
    Deadline Extended
    30th November 2023
    Notification of review outcomes for first round submissions 22nd January 2024
    Camera-Ready Submission Deadline for first round submissions 9th February 2024
    Second Round Submissions (All iLRN track academic submissions excluding full papers, all iLEAD submissions, all Special Track submissions including academic full papers)
    Submission Deadline for Academic Stream ("late" Short Papers, WiP, DC), iLEAD Stream (all submissions) and Special Tracks (all submissions, including Full Papers) 15th February 2024
    Deadline Extended
    29th February 2024
    Notification of review outcomes for second round submissions 9th April 2024
    Camera-Ready Submission Deadline for second round submissions 29th April 2024
    Conference Participation
    Author Registration Deadline 29th April 2024
    Registration Deadline 6th May 2024
    Online Conference 3rd to 5th June 2024
    On-Site Conference 10th to 13th June 2024
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    Note: all deadlines are 11:59 pm AoE (Anywhere on Earth) time


  • CONTACT


    Inquiries regarding the iLRN2024 conference should be directed to the Conference Secretariat at conference@immersivelrn.org.

    General inquiries about iLRN may be sent to info@immersivelrn.org.

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