Track 17. Knowledge Management in e-Learning (KMeL@ICALT2014)

Track Chairs

Wang Maggie M. Wang, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong [Coordinator -]
Jacobson Michael J. Jacobson, The University of Sydney, Australia
Klett Fanny Klett, German Workforce ADL Partnership Laboratory, Germany

Track Program Committee

  • Dimitris Apostolou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
  • Michael J. Jacobson, The University of Sydney, Australia
  • Fanny Klett, German Workforce ADL Partnership Laboratory, Germany
  • Maggie M. Wang, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Avron Barr, LETSI Foundation, USA
  • Weichao Chen, University of South Dakota, USA
  • Shih-Wei Chou, National Kaohsiung First University of Science of Technology, Taiwan
  • Kenzy Hirata, Toyo University, Japan
  • Hueyching Jih, National Hsinchu University of Education, Taiwan
  • Michael Leyer, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management,Germany
  • Jyh-Chong Liang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
  • Yuen-kuang Liao, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan 
  • Tyde Richards, IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee, USA
  • Guera Romo, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Bian Wu, East China Normal University, China
  • Ying-Tien Wu, National Central University, Taiwan
  • Hsiu-Ping Yueh, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
  • Ke Zhang, Wayne State University, USA
  • Hokyin Jean Lai, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
  • Weijia Ran, University at Albany, USA
  • Jui-Long Hung, Boise State University, USA
  • Yuen-Yan Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Rachael K.F. Ip, Macau University os Science and Technology, Macau
  • Pao-Nan Chou, National University of Tainan, Taiwan
  • Jian Liao, Penn State University, Taiwan
  • Irene Y.L. Chen, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
  • Peter Reimann, The University of Sydney, Australia

Track Description and Topics of Interest

Globalization and economic dynamics have forced individuals and organizations to search for new ways to strengthen their competitive advantages. Improvement of learning and human performance for sustainable development has been recognized as a key strategy. In this context, it is crucial to help learners in educational institutions and knowledge workers in organizations to improve their capabilities for self-directed and life-long learning. Moreover, learning in organizations needs to serve business goals by aligning learning with organizational systems, structures and policies, and developing organizational forms of knowledge. Therefore, learning in today’s environment has expanded from individual to organizational and community levels, placing more emphasis on the externalization of tacit knowledge, creation of new knowledge, and retention of knowledge assets for sustainable development and innovation.

In the meantime, advances in technology have been increasingly enabling and facilitating learning and knowledge-related initiatives. Technology has fundamentally changed the way to access and extract knowledge and to communicate with others. Various technology-based solutions and novel approaches are widely used in educational institutions, corporations, governments, and communities. They have largely widened learning opportunities through the provision of resource-rich and learner-centered environment, computer-based learning assistance, and expanded social interactions involving the development of new forms of learning communities and networks.

This track aims to provide a forum for academics and practitioners to explore issues related to use, analysis, design, and evaluation of technology-based approaches for learning and knowledge management in various educational, organizational and community environments as well as the impact of technology on improving learning and performance at individual, organizational and community levels.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Computer-supported self-directed learning
  • Technology for life-long learning
  • Web-based training
  • E-learning in the workplace
  • Technology-enhanced learning and human performance
  • Technology for human resource development
  • Web-based learning and knowledge communities
  • Technology-supported communities of practice
  • Knowledge management systems
  • Case study and best practice of knowledge management
  • Knowledge modeling and visualization
  • Technology for knowledge sharing and transfer
  • Integration of knowledge management and e-learning

Important dates about ICALT 2014 submissions can be found here.

The ICALT 2014 Author Guidelines can be found here.

The Track 17 CfP can be downloaded from here: