The SETE 2021 organizing committee invites researchers from academia and industry to present proposals for the organization of workshops, to be held in conjunction with the main conference. The purpose of a workshop is to provide participants with the opportunity to present and discuss novel ideas, related to active and emerging topics in research on education. For each workshop, the organizers will be responsible for setting up the workshop website, advertising the workshop, coordinating the review process, maintaining the SETE 2021 workshop co-chairs informed, and collecting the camera-ready papers. The accepted workshop papers will be published in a post-conference proceedings volume of Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), together with the main conference papers. In order to include the accepted papers in the proceedings, at least one author of each paper will have to produce a full registration to the main SETE 2021 conference. The workshop papers can be full papers (10 pages), or short papers (6 pages), produced in the Springer LNCS format of the SETE 2021 conference proceedings.
Proposals are submitted electronically via EasyChair at the following link:(TBD)
Deadline for the submission of the workshop proposals is 7 April 2021 . The workshop proposals will be reviewed on a continuous basis, and acceptance or rejection will be notified within 15 days from the submission. Prospective proponents are encouraged to send their proposals as early as possible.
Tianyong Hao, South China Normal University, China
Raymond Lee, Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College, China
Workshop proposals should be no longer than 4 pages and should include the following information:
Names, affiliations, and a short bio of the organizers (we encourage international teams of organizers from different institutions)
Workshop topic, and its relevance to the main conference
Target audience: who might be interested in the workshop and why
Expected number of participants
Goals and format (oral presentations, posters, discussion groups, etc.)
A draft of the workshop's call for papers, with
a list of specific topics of interest
preliminary list of the Program Committee members with their affiliations