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EAPRIL2020

EAPRIL2020 - Learning in the Age of Industry 4.0

Kufstein, Austria
25 - 27 November 2020
9 days since the conference ended

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline
23rd April 2020
Early Bird Deadline
24th August 2020

About EAPRIL2020

The annual EAPRIL Conference brings together up to 500 educational researchers and practitioners from all over the world. The EAPRIL2020 Conference will take place in Kufstein, Austria from November 25-27, 2020 and the theme is Learning in the Age of Industry 4.0.

Topics

Computer based learning, Digital media learning, Early years education, Education policy, Further education, Ict in education, Mobile learning, Outdoor education, Physics education, Project based learning, Special education, Stem education, Vocational training and education, Career and technical education, Learning

Call for Papers

The EAPRIL Conference taking place from November 24th to 27th, 2020, in Kufstein (Tyrol), Austria, addresses the changing goals of our lifelong learners. Practitioner researchers are encouraged to have an in-depth dialogue regarding the opportunities provided through learning in the age of industry 4.0 and digitalisation in education. 

Digitalisation and digital technologies emerging in education and learning are the phenomena in theory and practice in this era. Several promising examples have already emerged and on the one side are intensively discussed in research and on the other side are already integrated in practice. For instance, Virtual Reality (VR) glasses and systems have been successfully introduced in education, especially in training scenarios of adult education. Another example is Artificial Intelligence (AI), which has been applied in education and learning. Promising methods are currently under investigation in order to improve personalized learning approaches or invent intelligent tutoring systems. These mentioned examples have driven several research directions such as Technology Enhanced Learning, (TEL) which “refers to technology enhanced classrooms and learning with technology, rather than just through technology”[1]. However, in view of all these technology-driven learning approaches, the human factor should not be taken out of consideration. Approaches such as reciprocal teaching and similar efforts become significantly important. 

Moreover, digitalisation not only affects and penetrates all types of education (primary, secondary, higher education, lifelong learning, etc.), it also provides opportunities for collaborative learning across school types and didactic concepts. Therefore, we would also like to highlight the important considerations of how and why modern technologies and methodologies in the age of industry 4.0 can cross/connect modern didactic concepts as well as types of education at the EAPRIL 2020 conference. 

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