EW-ED '94: Computer Tech. in Education

Subject: EW-ED '94: Computer Tech. in Education
From: Ad absurdum per aspera <JTCHEW -at- LBL -dot- GOV>
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 1994 17:44:04 GMT

[This appeared in my e-mail recently. It's a bit outside my
field, and what's more, our budget this year gives me similar
chances of attending conferences in the Ukraine and in the
asteroid belt, but I thought some of you might be interested.
Respond to the addresses herein, not to me, as you now have all
the information that I do about the conference. -jc]

From: edtech -at- plb -dot- icsti -dot- su (EdTech Conference Service)
Date: Tue, 4 Jan 94 18:19:16 +0300 (MSK)
Subject: EW-ED'94 Conference announcement & New Year Greetings from Russia

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* East-West Conference *
* on Computer Technologies in Education *
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* EW-ED'94 *
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* September 19-23, 1994 * Crimea, Ukraine *
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* Papers Posters Tutorials Demonstrations *
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The East-West Conference on Computer Technologies in Education (EW-ED'94)
is the third in the series of conferences designed to report the best
research in the field of Computer Technologies and Education and to
provide opportunities for the exchange of information and ideas between
Eastern and Western scientists.

EW-ED'94 is the successor to EW'92 and ICCTE'93 Conferences which were
held in Moscow in April 1992 and in Kiev in September 1993.

The Conference is organised by:

- Simferopol State University, Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine
- International Training and Research Center UNESCO//IIP at Glushkov
Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine
- International Center of Scientific and Technical Information (ICSTI),
Moscow, Russia

The Conference will be held at the Conference Hall in one of the
holiday-homes located on the Black Sea Coast, near Yalta.

We invite you to participate in the EW-ED'94 conference and submit
proposals for papers, panels, tutorials, and demonstration posters.


The conference will address the problems associated with the five main

- Educational Hypermedia and Multimedia
- Telecommunication and Education
- Artificial Intelligence in Education
- Cognitive and Environmental Principles of Verbal
- Social, Psychological and Cultural Aspects of Computer-Assisted

Areas of Interest include but are not limited to:

Cognitive Models and Student Modeling
Computer-Assisted Language Learning
Computer-Assisted Reading and Writing
Computer-Assisted Teaching and Learning Programming
Computer-Aided Educational Planning and Scheduling
Computers for Science Education in Secondary and High School
Evaluation of Instructional Computer Systems
Expert Systems Application in Education
Natural Language Interfaces
Teaching and Learning Business Communication
Theories of Teaching and Computer Technologies


Authors intending to present full papers should submit an EXTENDED
abstract of up to 2000 words (of text only). Those intending to
submit tutorial proposals, posters, or demonstrations should submit an
abstract of up to 750 words. An abstract should include the title of the
submission, type (tutorial, paper, poster, or demonstration), names and
addresses of the authors e-mail of the author who is responsible for all
correspondence, and a list of keywords. Please, indicate clearly one or two
of five main conference directions on your submission and list all related
areas of interest from the list above when possible. All abstracts should
be prepared in electronic form in ASCII format and sent by e-mail to Peter
Brusilovsky (edtech -at- icsti -dot- msk -dot- su) or (if e-mail is not awailable) on a PC
diskette to Helen Ilovayskaya Univ. of Simferopol, Computer Center,
Yaltinskaya 4, Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine, 333036.

Authors of accepted papers will be requested to prepare a full version for
publication in the conference proceedings. Instructions will be sent
concerning the final camera-ready format for their papers.

For those who wish to attend the conference without submitting an
abstract, please contact the Local Organising Committee as soon as


Papers and tutorials deadline 1st April 1994
Papers and tutorials acceptance 10th May 1994
Posters and demonstrations deadline 1st May 1994
Posters and demonstrations acceptance 20th May 1994
Camera ready papers 20th June 1994
Early 1st June 1994
Late 20th Aug. 1994
Conference 19th-23rd September 1994


EW-ED'94 will be held in the Crimea, which is one of the most beautiful
places in the world. There is a mild climate, azure sea, tasty and very
famous wines, many interesting historical and modern places, and other
pleasant things. Welcome to the Crimea, to the best region for the rest,
the health and the ideas' exchange!

To Yalta through Moscow, Kiev and Simferopol.

You are welcome to visit Moscow, Kiev or Simferopol before/after the
Conference. ICSTI, Moscow and ITRC, Kiev being co-organisers of the
Conference provide Russian and Ukrainian visa support, hotel accomodation,
arival/departure transportation and special cultural and social programme.
In the week right before the EW-ED'94 ICSTI is organizing another related
international conference on hypermedia, telemedia and virtual reality for
business and education. Queries about other international conferences
organized or co-organized by ICSTI in 1994 can be sent to
edtech -at- icsti -dot- msk -dot- su

For further information, contact:
Dr Svetlana Dikareva
Computer Center, Simferopol State University
Yaltinskaya, 4, Simferopol
Crimea, Ukraine 333036
E-mail: cted94%ccssu -dot- crimea -dot- ua -at- ussr -dot- eu -dot- net
Phone: (0652) 23-23-82
Fax: (0652) 23-23-10
Dr Peter Brusilovsky
E-mail: plb -at- plb -dot- icsti -dot- su
Dr Valery Petrushin
E-mail: petr%itslab -dot- kiev -dot- ua -at- ussr -dot- eu -dot- net


Programme Committee Co-Chairs
Valentin Bogdanov, University of St.Petersburg, Russia
Jim Greer, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Valery Petrushin, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

Conference Organizing Board
Peter Brusilovsky, ICSTI, Russia (chair)
Svetlana Dikareva, Univ. of Simferopol, Ukraine
Alexey Dovgyallo, ITRC, Ukraine
Greg Kearsley, George Washington University, USA
Joel Greenberg, Open University, UK
Piet Kommers, Univ. of Twente, the Netherlands
Jury Mohyla, Flinders University, Australia
Luigi Sarti, ITD, Italy

Organizing Commitee Chair
Vladimir Gritsenko, ITRC, Kiev, Ukraine

General Chair
V.Sidyakin, University of Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine

Programme Committee:
KSR Anjaneyulu (NCST, Bombay, India)
Natalia Apatova (University of Simferopol, Ukraine)
Michael Baker (C.N.R.S., IRPEACS Laboratory, Lyon, France)
Ehud Bar-On (Technion, Israel)
Dmitry Bogolubov (MIEM, Russia)
Peter Brusilovsky (ICSTI, Russia)
Tak-Wai Chan (National Central University, Taiwan)
Svetlana Dikareva (University of Simferopol, Ukraine)
Pierre Dillenbourg (University of Geneve, Switzerland)
Alexey Dovgyallo (ITRC, Kiev, Ukraine)
Joel Greenberg (Open University, UK)
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Heinz-Ulrich Hoppe (GMD, Germany)
Judith Kay (Sydney University, Australia)
Greg Kearsley (George Washington University, USA)
Piet Kommers (University of Twente, the Netherlands)
Susan Lajoie (McGill University, Canada)
Matthew Lewis (USA, RAND)
Philip Miller (Carnegie-Mellon University, USA)
Riichiro Mizoguchi (Osaka University, Japan)
Jury Mohyla (Flinders University, Australia)
Claus Moebus (University of Oldenburg, Germany)
Setsuko Otsuki (Kyushu Institute of Technology)
Helen Pain (University of Edinburgh, Scotland)
Rein Prank (Tartu University, Estonia)
Luigi Sarti (ITD, Italy)
Zahava Scherz (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
John Self (Lancaster University, UK)
Bronius Tamulynas (Kaunas University, Lithuania)
Julita Vassileva (Federal Armed Forces University, Germany)

Local Arrangements
Vitaliy Govorovsky, Univ. of Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine
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Helen Ilovayskaya, Univ. of Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine
Helen Danilova, Univ. of Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine
Natalia Alexeeva, Univ. of Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine
Katherine Sinitsa, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine
Irene Rozet, ICSTI, Moscow, Russia

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