ICEL Future and Past

If you would be interested in hosting ICEL, please read the hosting document and contact Sue Nugus, Conferences Director, for more information.
Hosted by: The Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa 5 – 6 July 2018
The Electronic Proceedings from ICEL are included in your registration and are available to download for conference participants.  They are also available to purchase in 3 difference formats.
  • PDF Download - £40
  • CD Version - £50 plus Postage  and Packaging
  • Printed Version - £60 plus Postage and Packaging
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Towards a Framework for Partnerships between Higher Education Institutions and e-Learning Schools Johan Vorsterand Leila Goosen, University of South Africa, South Africa
1st Place e-Content Evaluation Process at Mansoura University and steps for Improving development team capacity Mohamed  Ahmed, Mansoura University, Egypt        
2nd Place Voice Training for Lecturers of Large Classes in Mixed Reality Kathrin  Hohlbaum, Valerie Stehling, Max Haberstroh and Ingrid Isenhardt, IMA/ZLW / RWTH Aachen University, Germany    
Conference Co-ChairsDr Eunice Ivala, CPUT, Cape Town, South Africa and Dr Louis Fourie, CPUT, Cape Town, South Africa Keynote Speakers: Dr. Paul Prinsloo Using Student Data Dr. Wallace Chigona A critical discourse analysis of e-learning policies in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in a developing country context Dr Johannes Cronjé  What Pokémon Go taught me about collectionism in e-learning Dr. Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams Challenges of online learning for campus-based universities Prof Susan Geertshuis Technology as a means of uniting universities in the service of our students.
We extend our thanks to all participants at the conference, both presenters and attendees and gratefully acknowledge the support of The Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa and the assistance provided by the Conference and Programme chairs and keynote speakers. The stream and mini track chairs are to be applauded for their efforts in ensuring that timekeeping requirements were respected by all participants and the chair and discussants of the PhD Colloquium are thanked for their invaluable contribution to this important part of the conference. Finally, we value and unreservedly acknowledge the essential role performed by the executive and programme committees in respect of the double blind review process. We trust that that overall the conference exceeded your expectations; we welcome your feedback
Hosted by: The University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA 1 - 2nd June 2017,  

PhD and Masters Colloquium Joint Winners Quantifying feedback - insights into peer evaluation data David Kofoed Wind, Technical University of Denmark and Ulf Aslak Jensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

An Adaptive Time Reduction Technique for Video Lectures
Shenoy Sreenivas Purushothama, Ashish Amresh and John Femiani, Arizona State University, USA (Masters Research)
Poster Winner
The use of alternative assessments to assess modules at an ODL university
Odette Swart, Unisa, South Africa
Conference Co-Chairs: Dr. Laurie O. Campbell, and Dr. Richard Hartshorne, The University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA Keynote Speakers Dr. Atsusi “2c” Hirumi, University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA Dr. Glenda Gunter, University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA
Best PhD Paper A Continuum of Teachers’ e‐Learning Practices Osman Sadeck, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
Best Poster e-Experimentation in Laser Radar Atmospheric Studies Sharma Nimmi, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain and Jo Ann Parikh, Southern Connecticut State, Newhaven University, USA