Our Aims

Multimedia technologies and networking infrastructure have changed human social behavior. One typical example is education. Fueled by the popularity of the Web Wide Web, the impact of e-learning to traditional universities drives education professionals to rethink about how to efficiently and effectively apply multimedia technologies to improve learning as well as self-learning. Although multimedia technologies have already been used widely in e-learning, various considerations and limitations should be carefully addressed from both pedagogical and technological perspectives, to ensure the successful incorporation of these technologies in e-learning.

Interested Topics

This special issue aims at collecting papers that are related to the theme of multimedia technologies for e-learning. Papers that are relevant, but are not limited, to the following topics will be considered for this special issue:

- Management of Multimedia Learning Objects

- Multimedia Edutainment Technologies

- Multimedia Technologies for Collaborative Learning

- Multimedia Technologies for Mobile/Situated Learning

- Multimodal Interactions for e-Learning

- Game-based Learning

- Real-Time Delivery of Multimedia Instructions

- Retrieval of Multimedia Learning Objects

- Server and System Architecture for Multimedia Instructions

Submission Guidelines

Each paper for submission should be formatted in single spacing, single column of no more than 5000 words in length. The main text should be in Times Roman 10-point. Author instructions can be found at the Journal Web Site. Prospective authors should submit their papers online at: www.editorialmanager.com/wwwj/.

Updated information of this call can be found at: http://www.cs.cityu.edu.hk/~rynson/wwwj/www-cfp.html.

Important Dates

Paper Submission Due :                     01 FEB,   2012    

First Review Notification :                 02 APR, 2012      

First Revised Submission Due :        15 MAY, 2012

Second Review Notification :           15 JUN,  2012

Final Decision Notification :              15 JUL,   2012

Guest Editors

Rynson W.H. Lau    rynson@cs.cityu.edu.hk

Department of Computer Science, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Neil Y. Yen    neilywyen@gmail.com

Department of Human Informatics & Cognitive Sciences, Waseda University, Japan

Frederick Li    frederick.li@durham.ac.uk

School of Engineering & Computing Sciences, University of Durham, United Kingdom

Benjamin W. Wah    bwah@cuhk.edu.hk

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Advances in Multimedia e-Learning Technologies

Special Issue of World Wide Web Journal

Guest Editors : Rynson W.H. Lau , Neil Y. Yen , Frederick Li , and Benjamin Wah

WORLD WIDE WEB Journal : Internet and Web Information Systems

1386 - 145X (Print)    ||    1573 - 1413 (Online)

Last updated on 28 March, 2011.