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Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia
Madrid, Spain
14-15 November 2013

We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the Sixth International Conference on Ubiquitous Learning. The Ubiquitous Learning Conference examines the ways in which the affordances of new technologies are changing how, where and when learning takes place. It considers, for example, how computing and networking devices might benefit learning not only in the classroom but well beyond the times and places traditionally considered the purview of education.

The 2013 Ubiquitous Learning Conference will be held at Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (UNED) in Madrid, Spain. UNED’s mission to provide opportunities for education at a distance has resulted in one of the largest virtual course catalogues in Spain, as well as the largest student population in Spain with over 200,000 students enrolled. The Ubiquitous Learning Conference is proud to partner with UNED, and to continue the conversation of the meaning of contemporary learning and education.

The Conference welcomes participants from many countries and professional areas, including teachers, administrators, researchers, university faculty, managers and others interested in the possibilities of technology in learning.

The current deadline for proposal submission is 4 December 2012.  Please go to the website more information on submitting your proposal, future deadlines, and registering for the conference.

Presenters may also choose to submit written papers for publication in the fully refereed ‘Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal.’ If you are unable to attend the conference in person, virtual registrations are also available which allow you to submit an article based on your presentation for possible publication in this fully refereed academic journal.

We hope to see you in Madrid in 2013.

On behalf of the Ubiquitous Learning Conference



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