The Special Track on Games and Creativity in Education and Training at IEEE TALE 2019 will bring together leading researchers and practitioners from academia and industry in the field of Games and Creative in Education and Training to discuss recent advances and explore future directions. Games offer a fantastic domain for computational creativity, game design, technology, education, social sciences and, undoubtedly, artificial and computational intelligence. This track will provide in depth discussion and share insights and cutting-edge research related to game technologies and design, in education and training covering scientific, technical, and engineering aspects of games.
05 September 2019 : Paper submission FINAL deadline 25 September 2019 : Notification of review outcomes 15 October 2019 : Camera ready submission & Registration (early bird)
31 October 2019 : Camera ready submission & Registration (Regular)
10 December 2019 : Conference opening
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POTENTIAL TOPIC AREAS
PRESENTATION FORMATS FOR ACADEMICS AND PRACTITIONERS
PAPER/PROPOSAL SUBMISSION AND REVIEW
Submissions will be accepted only electronically through the conference website, from which guidelines and templates are available. A double blind peer-review process will be used to evaluate all submitted papers and presentation proposals. Please submit your paper via online submission as shown in http://tale2019.org/authors-and-presenters/paper-submission.
PUBLICATION AND INDEXING
All accepted and registered full, short, and work-in-progress papers that are presented at TALE 2019 in the Academic Stream will be published in the conference proceedings (USB with ISBN) and submitted to the IEEE Xplore® digital library. Content loaded into Xplore is made available by IEEE to its abstracting and indexing partners, including Elsevier (Scopus, Ei Compendex), Clarivate Analytics (CPCI—part of Web of Science) and others, for potential inclusion in their respective databases. In addition, authors of selected papers may be invited to submit expanded versions of their papers for consideration for special issues of a number of journals to be published in conjunction with the Special Track.
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