Call for Papers

The organizing committee for the 2009 annual SACLA conference invite you to submit papers.

*** Paper Submissions Closed ***

Topics:
 - Learning Content Management Systems
 - Security and Confidentiality
 - Integrated Systems
 - Community Based Learning
 - The Digital Divide (particularly intra-country and intra-community)
 - E-learning
 - Computing Curriculum
 - Emerging Technologies
 - Pedagogical Innovations
 - Teaching and Learning Innovations
 - Distributed Computing
 - Intelligent Agents
 - Knowledge Engineering and Management
 - OR any other topic relevant to the teaching of ICT in South Africa

Paper Categories:
Papers in the following categories will be considered:

 - Double-blind peer-reviewed papers for publication in the conference proceedings.
 
The full paper should be submitted on the submission page of this web site. Papers for peer-review should be no more than 10 A4 pages, including figures and tables. The submitted paper must be anonymous, i.e. papers should exclude any information that can identify the author. Each paper will be anonymously reviewed by at least three reviewers. The proceedings will have an ISBN number and papers in this category are likely to qualify as subsidy earning publications.

 - Posters for presentation (abstracts will be included in the conference proceedings).

Posters are aimed at sharing work-in-progress, preliminary research results, and teaching experiences. They will be screened by a committee, who will look for compatibility with the aims and function of SACLA. Papers not meeting the requirements of the peer-review process may also be channeled here. Posters, together with an extended abstract should be submitted. Extended abstracts should be between 300 and 400 words. The abstract should include the full names and affiliation of all authors and the e-mail address and telephone number of at least one author.

Paper Format:
The ACM Proceedings Format will be used so papers can be successfully integrated to produce the conference proceedings with a consistent look and feel.

ACM Proceedings Format