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We confirm that the final versions of papers (due by 21 May) should be formatted in accordance with Springer LNCS guidelines. Maximum page limit for full papers is 10 pa
Alltogether we received 31 submissions, out of which 20 full papers were accepted for publishing. All authors should have received by now the notification of acceptance (or rejection). The camera-ready papers should be submitted by 21 May the lat
Due to several requests, we will be keeping submissions open for another two weeks until 12 March 2012. We ask that you upload a title and abstract until 04 March, so that we can start assigning reviewers. The submission system will then be ope
Deadline for IFIP-OST’12 conference submissions has been extended, the new deadline is 27.February 2012 for all types of contribution. You are invited to submit your paper via Ginkgo conference management system (Internet-Based Business
go” href=”http://ginkgo.cs.upb.de/events/ost2012″>http://ginkgo.cs.upb.de/events/ost2012), where you should first sign up in order to receive your Ginkgo user account.
dstaedt” src=”http://ifip-ost12.tlu.ee/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/stefanie-lindstaedt-274×290.jpg” alt=”" width=”90″ height=”95″ />Professor for Knowledge Management at Graz University of Technology, Austria, and from Jari Multisilta, the Director of CICERO Learning hosted by University of Helsinki, Finland.
In 2011, Tallinn (Estonia) is the European Cultural Capital. In 2012, Tallinn will host an IFIP open working conference on “Open and Social Technologies for Networked Learning”. Sponsored by IFIP Working Group 3.4 (Professional Education), the
conference is jointly organized by Tallinn University and University of Tampere (Finland). It will take place from 30th of July to 3rd of August 2012.
Open and Social Technologies play an increasingly important role in many educational settings. Social technologies are naturally entering primary, secondary and higher education where they blur the boundaries between formal and informal learning. Social technologies also enter the workplaces where they connect learners and bridge the boundaries between individual learning and organizational knowledge processes. Not only do these technologies connect learners independent of
place and time, they have also been found to exert emergent properties. For example, wikis or social tagging environments are increasingly used for collaborative knowledge construction where new knowledge emerges from a large scale interaction of individuals. These properties and their impact on individual, group and organizational learning have only started to be researched.
Open Source Software (OSS) and Technologies have received extensive research attention due to some favorable properties contrasting with a traditional understanding of software development and the use of those systems. Many OSS issues are motivations for OSS developers and licensing bodies. However, important research areas in OSS are product and implementation success and the use of OSS in different educational and enterprise settings. OSS can also serve as a platform for providing services to user communities. Especially in developing countries, OSS provides an attractive opportunity.
Tobias Ley (Tallinn University) & Mikko Ruohonen (University of Tampere)