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Call for Papers

Authors are invited to submit original papers on research results or novel applications of ICT in education and e-learning. The Conference will be composed of several types of contributions:

Keynote Talks: These will be invited contributions from well-known scholars and scientists in the field. An abstract will be included in the conference proceedings.

Full Papers: These include mainly accomplished original research results and may have 8 pages at maximum.

Short Papers: These are mostly composed of work in progress reports, fresh developments, individual projects or on-going work of PhD students. They have 4 pages at maximum.

Workshops: A Workshop is a collection of papers on a theme that has been coordinated and led by the workshop's leader(s). The aim the workshops is to bring together various research and development groups, to serve as a forum for establishing new collaborations, to attract both research results and work in progress, and to define main enablers and future challenges. The workshop leader should provide an abstract briefly describing the theme and its significance for the field of ICT in education, and a submission file with around 200 word abstracts of each paper. The workshop contribution papers may publish as full papers and have 8 pages at the maximum.

Panels: Discussions on selected topics will be held. A proposal of maximum 250 words is expected.

Important Notes:

  • The papers should be written in Greek or in English, the official languages of the Conference.
  • There is a limit of four contributed papers per author.
  • Contributions will only be published at Conference publications if at least one author per paper is registered before the 18th of July 2010.
  • The page limits above include authors' information, abstract (no more than 200 words), tables, figures, references, etc.
  • Authors should follow the references' format (APA style), in the body of the manuscript and in the references section at the end of the paper as well. Every reference should be clearly indicated in the text and should be present at an alphabetical order in the references section.
  • For camera-ready manuscript authors should use the HCICTE 2010 paper format .

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Presentation Guidelines

Full Papers: Presentation time for full papers will be 20 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions

Short Papers: Presentation time for short papers will be 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions

A/V Equipment: All the equipment needed for the presentations will be provided. The Conference Meeting Halls will be equipped with laptops and video projectors. The presentations should be provided on DVD/CD or flash disks.


Submissions should be in MS Word (.doc) format. Since all submitted manuscripts are subject to blind review, authors must remove any identifying information from their paper (name, affiliation, institution etc.) prior to submission. Information regarding authors will be added during the final submission (camera ready) of the papers accepted for presentation in the Conference.

Please submit your manuscript using the Paper Submission and Review System at:

If you have any problems with the above web submission form, you can send the manuscript by e-mail to (Subject: Paper Submission)

Camera-ready manuscript submission

Authors should use the HCICTE 2010 paper format for preparing their camera-ready manuscripts.

Please submit your manuscript using the Paper Submission and Review System at:

Your password is included at the end of the authors' notification message.


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