Sponsors
Download Call for Papers
pdf logo
Schedule
20 Sep 2014Draft papers
20 Oct 2014Notification of acceptance
31 Oct 2014Final Paper Due
08 Dec 2014Conference Opening
Contact

Craig Watterson
Victoria University of Wellington
eMail: craig.watterson@vuw.ac.nz

TALE 2014

Overview

The aim of TALE is to provide a forum for academicians and professionals from various educational fields and with cross-disciplinary interests to network, share knowledge and engage in dialogue around the theme of fostering innovation and excellence in engineering education. To this end, both research and practice-oriented papers are invited that encompass all aspects of education in the engineering fields (including computing, computer science, information technology and cognate disciplines). The conference features traditional paper presentations, workshops, as well as keynotes by renowned educational experts and authorities.

Conference Topics

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

Presentation Formats

Proposals for participation in TALE 2014 can be submitted in the formats listed below. Each of these formats is described in detail on the conference website.

Paper categories

TALE welcomes full papers up to eight-pages and work-in-progress papers up to four-pages that address the broad tracks of (1) innovative practice, (2) research-to-practice, and (3) research. Work-in-progress papers are typically in areas where it is understood the work is in an early or intermediate stage and authors are seeking feedback from the community. Additional information may be found on the TALE 2014 Web site.