|15 Apr 2024
(i) structured abstracts (for full and short papers) for the conference
(ii) Special Session proposals
|29 Apr 2024
|Notification of acceptance for abstracts for the conference.
Special Sessions notification and announcement
|03 Jun 2024
(i) complete papers for all submission types
(ii) proposals for round tables, workshops, tutorials
|19 Jun 2024
|Notification of acceptance
|15 Jul 2024
|Camera-ready due & Author registration deadline
|24 Sep 2024
Remote presentations will be possible.
The 27th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL 2024) and the 53rd IGIP International Conference on Engineering Pedagogy will be held in Tallinn, Estonia, on September 24-27, 2024.
This interdisciplinary conference aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences in Interactive Collaborative Learning and Engineering Pedagogy.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Posters/workshops/tutorials, interactive demonstrations and exhibitions can also be proposed. Prospective organizers of other ICL2024 events are encouraged to contact the conference chair.
Please submit the Round Table Proposal Form to the Conftool® Submission Server (link will be available in time).
Please submit the Workshop Proposal Form to the Conftool® Submission Server (link will be available in time).
The main goal of the demonstration session is to foster participants discussion simultaneously with demonstration of remote and virtual labs. Online demonstrations or lectures from a remote location are also welcome. The author is supposed to use his/her personal computer.
Please submit the Demo Session Proposal Form to the Conftool® Submission Server (link will be available in time).
Please refer to the Call for Special Session Proposals just below.Back to Top
Special Sessions, held in parallel with the general conference, are an integral part of the conference. They provide researchers in focused areas the opportunity to meet and present their work, and offer a forum for interaction among the broader community of technology-enhanced learning, and online engineering worldwide. Special sessions’ papers are required to meet the same standards as papers in the general conference and are published in the same conference proceedings.
Topics of interest are in all areas of
Proposals must be submitted to Conftool® Submission Server (link will be available in time). Special Session papers will later be reviewed by at least two members of the special session's program committee, and acceptance decisions will be made by the conference program co-chairs and Special Sessions Chair. Organizers of special sessions will work closely with Conference Committee and are expected to respond promptly and communicate regularly in order to maximize the potential impact of the track.
Proposals must be made using the special session proposal template (including the necessary information, such as title, organizer(s), special session's program committee, etc.). If the proposal will be accepted, it will be used as basis for the Call for Special Session Papers.
A Special Session will include at least 5 papers and the review process is under the responsibility of the person organizing the special session (i.e., session chair).
If a special session has 5 or more paid presentations, the conference fee for the session chair will be waived.
A special session that fails to attract enough papers will be merged into the general conference or suitable alternative session.Back to Top