Call for Papers

27th Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning

Tallinn (EST), March 2024 - The 27th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL 2024) and the 53rd IGIP International Conference on Engineering Pedagogy will be held in Tallinn, Estonia, 24-27 September 2024. This interdisciplinary conference aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results, as well as the presentation of practical experiences in Interactive Collaborative Learning and Engineering Pedagogy.

The following are the important deadlines and acceptable presentation formats.

  • 15 Apr 2024 - submission of structured abstracts (full papers, 2 pages; short papers, 1 page) and special-session proposals
  • 29 Apr 2024 - notification of acceptance for abstracts, special-session notification and announcement
  • 03 Jun 2024 - submission of complete papers, special-session papers, work in progress, posters and workshops/tutorials
  • 19 Jun 2024 - notification of acceptance
  • 15 Jul 2024        - camera-ready due and author registration deadline
  • 24 Sep 2024 - ICL2024 opening

Remote presentations will be possible.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to

  • Academia-Industry partnerships
  • Adaptive and intuitive environments
  • AI and Learning Analytics in Engineering Education
  • Collaborative learning
  • Computer aided language learning (CALL)
  • Digital Transition in Education
  • Diversity in engineering education
  • Educational virtual environments
  • Engineering Pedagogy Education
  • Entrepreneurship in Engineering Education (EiEE)
  • Ethics and Engineering Education
  • Evaluation and outcomes assessment
  • Flipped classrooms
  • Future of Education
  • Games in Engineering Education (GinEE)
  • Green Transition in Education
  • Lifelong learning
  • Mobile learning applications
  • New generation of engineering students
  • Open Engineering Education best practices
  • Peace Engineering
  • Project based learning (PBL)
  • Public policy in education
  • Real-World experiences
  • Remote and virtual laboratories
  • Research in Engineering Pedagogy
  • Social aspects of digitalization
  • Teaching best practices
  • Technical Teacher Training (TTT)
  • Virtual and Augmented learning (VAL)
  • Virtual mobility and platforms
  • Women in engineering careers