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eLearning and Software for Education conference eLSE 2023

The ‘Carol I’ National Defence University, under the aegis of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC), has the honour of organising the 19th annual international scientific conference on ‘eLearning and Software for Education’ in Bucharest and online from 27 to 28 April 2023.

The conference aims to enable academic, research and corporate entities to boost the potential of technology-enhanced learning environments by providing a forum for exchanging ideas, research outcomes, business cases and technical achievements. The event has traditionally attracted interest in eLearning and software for education from a broad array of governmental, non-governmental and industry entities that use the conference as a platform for research, promoting innovative ideas and networking.
The central theme of this year’s conference is ‘Shifting from macro to micro (micro-learning & micro-credentials)’.

The main panels will focus on the following topics:

  • eLearning’s contribution to resilient education and training systems and societies
  • Pedagogy and psychology in new learning environments
  • Technological innovations in eLearning
  • Best practice in online education and training
  • Social, cultural and ethical dimensions of eLearning
  • Lifelong learning: eLearning in a non-formal and informal context
  • Microlearning and the future format of online learning
  • Upskilling through advanced distance learning technologies
  • Serious games and gamification

Each year, the research dimension attracts an impressive number of papers, which are published and sent for indexation to several databases such as: CEEOL, SCOPUS, PROQUEST, EBSCO and CLARIVATE ANALYTICS (former THOMSON REUTERS - ISI conference proceedings). We would like to invite participants from EU member states, NATO countries and their partners to the eLSE Conference 2023 to discuss and imagine together innovative ways to improve our shared understanding through learning engineering for more resilient education and training systems.