ITHET - The Future of Education Powered by IT and AI
IEEE 19th International Conferences on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training 4-6 November 2021, Sydney, Australia
In-person (for those who are in, or can travel to Australia) and online for all others
Deadline for Submission - Friday 24 September (Updated)
The convergence of current technologies provides the infrastructure for the quick and cheap transmission and storage of information. Learners require environments for collecting, storing, disseminating, sharing and constructing knowledge. Modern IT infrastructure brings together computer and networking technologies, learning theories and cognitive science.
ITHET 2020 highlights the special area of Artificial Intelligence and how it empowers education.
Please consider one of these workshops if your research aligns more closely with them.
The organizing committee of ITHET extends a cordial invitation to you to come to Sydney, Australia to attend the conference. If you are unable to attend the conference in person because of Covid-19, you are very welcome to attend virtually.
Scope of ITHET 2021
COVID-19 has made this year very different to all others. We have all had to do special things to cope with its challenges. We are especially seeking contributions about your challenges and your move to be fully online.
The scope of the conference will cover but not be limited to:
Special topics for 2021
AI: Artificial Intelligence (DL, DS, ML and RL) in education
IoT: Smart technologies and applications in education
BD: Big Data and Data Analytics in education
BC: Blockchain technology in education
IT: Immersive (VR, AR, MR and ER) technologies in education
Online: New online delivery in the era of the pandemic (includes social networks)
Complexity: Complex Social Systems and their role in education
Curriculum: Curricula for global technical challenges
Pervasive: Pervasive information technology influencing higher education
Virtual: Virtual laboratories, classrooms and universities
Delivery: Changing delivery patterns and asynchronous learning
Quality: Quality management and accreditation in technology rich environments
Studio: Studio based learning
Roles: Changes roles and relationships of learners and teachers in technology mediated environments
Innovation: Innovative use of technology for teaching and learning
Assessment: The impact of technology on assessment
Plagiarism: The impact of technology on plagiarism and cheating