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July 18-21, 2011
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Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • e-Learning:
      - e-Learning design and methodologies
      - e-Learning portals
      - Instructional design methodologies
      - Audio and video technologies for e-Learning
      - Authoring tools
      - e-Learning technologies and tools
      - Social impact and cultural issues in e-Learning
      - Content management and development
      - Policy issues in e-Learning
      - On-demand e-Learning
      - e-Learning standards
      - Assessment methodologies
      - Knowledge management
      - Virtual learning environments
      - AI and e-Learning
      - On-line education (all levels: elementary, secondary, ...)
      - Open-source e-Learning platforms
      - Training and evaluation strategies
      - e-Universities
      - Case studies and emerging applications
  • e-Business:
      - e-Business systems integration and standardization
      - Electronic negotiation systems and protocols
      - Internet payment systems
      - e-Procurement methods
      - Techniques for B2B e-Commerce
      - Global e-Commerce and e-Business
      - e-Business models and architectures
      - Service-oriented e-Commerce
      - Trust, security, and privacy in e-Commerce and e-Business
      - Intelligence in e-Commerce
      - Secure Databases and e-Commerce applications
      - Business-oriented and consumer-oriented e-Commerce
      - Development of e-Business and applications
      - e-Business in developing countries
      - Novel marketing strategies on the web
      - Organizational and management issues
      - Supply chain management
      - e-Retailing and web design
      - Applications of new technologies to e-Business
      - Middleware technologies to support e-business
      - Case studies and applications
  • Enterprise Information Systems:
      - Strategic decision support systems
      - Organizational semiotics and semiotics in computing
      - Datacenters, data warehouses and technologies
      - Knowledge management
      - Enterprise resource planning and e-Business
      - middleware integration
      - Intranet and extranet business applications
      - Databases and information systems integration
      - Intelligent agents
      - Enterprise-wide client-server architectures
      - Information systems analysis and specification
      - Ontology engineering
      - CASE tools for system development
      - B2B and B2C applications
      - Business processes re-engineering
      - Market-spaces: market portals, hubs, auctions, ...
      - Semantic web technologies and Cloud computing
      - Web interfaces and usability
      - Human factors and e-Learning
      - Case studies and applications
  • e-Government:
      - e-Democracy and e-Voting
      - e-Government
      - Use of e-Government methodologies to prevent corruption
      - Legal aspects of e-Government
      - Risk management
      - Methods and tools for e-Government
      - Policies and strategies
      - Designing web services for e-Government
      - Trust and security in e-Government
      - Enterprise architecture for e-Government
      - Interoperability frameworks in e-Government
      - Inter-administration and G2G issues
      - Public and private partnership
      - Teaching e-Government
      - Case studies
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