[ecoop-info] E-Learning, E-Governement, E-Health at IEEE-AICCSA’2017 – Hammamet (Tunisia)

Slim Kallel slim.kallel at gmail.com
Mon May 15 09:28:33 CEST 2017

*14th ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and
Applications AICCSA 2017*

*October 30th to November 3rd, 2017*

*Hammamet, Tunisia*

*http://www.aiccsa.net/AICCSA2017/ <http://www.aiccsa.net/AICCSA2017/>*

*Track 11: Digital Living including E-Learning, E-Governement, E-Health*

As networked devices become increasingly ubiquitous, the potential benefits
to users, businesses, public administrations and authorities increase
exponentially. Entities and process are embracing information technologies
in order to communicate in modern ways. In this context new concepts are
paving their way to completely change our lifestyle. Among others, we
observe the rise of the egovernment, e-Learning and ehealth.

*eGovernment* leverages information and communication technology to
strengthen and improve the quality and efficiency of public administration.
Communication is made easier for citizens and businesses, costs are lowered
and at the same time internal processes are sped up substantially. The
quality and transparency of public services is raised considerably to
everyone's benefit.

*e-Learning* is learning utilizing electronic technologies to access
educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom. In most cases,
it refers to a course, program or degree delivered completely online.
e-Learning allows people to learn anywhere and usually at any time. And
hence widening the way one can learn and share new knowledge.

*e-Health* is the transfer of health resources and health care by
electronic means. It consists of the delivery of health information, for
health professionals and health consumers, through the Internet and

*The  Track 11*: *Digital Living including E-Learning, E-Governement,
E-Health* <http://www.aiccsa.net/AICCSA2017/13-tracks/38-track-11> encourages
the submission of research papers in one of these topics (non-exhaustive


   - Learning Technologies
   - Large-scale learning systems
   - Personalization, user modeling and adaptation
   - Learning analytics
   - Context-aware systems
   - Visualization techniques for learning
   - Adapted learning flow, content and monitoring process
   - Serious games, simulations and 3D virtual worlds
   - Augmented reality
   - Social computing and social media
   - Semantic Web
   - Remote labs
   - Mobile, wearable and pervasive technologies
   - Network infrastructures and architectures for TEL
   - IoT and Education
   - Cloud Computing in TEL
   - eLearning specifications and standards
   - Interoperability and sharing of devices, tools and architectures


   - Strategies and policies for ICT-enabled public administration overhaul
   - E-Government architectures
   - Public administration back and front offices overhaul
   - Design approaches for ICT solutions in the public sector
   - Information governance (strategies, information sharing practices,
   privacy practices)
   - Public-sector ICT workforce (management, retention, compensation, etc.)
   - Intergovernmental integration and interoperation
   - Safe public online access and online identity management
   - Data protection and privacy management in the public sphere
   - ICT-enabled transnational government collaboration


   - Bioinformatics
   - Business Intelligence applied to Healthcare Information Systems
   - EHR - Electronic Health Records
   - ePrescription
   - eTherapy
   - HIE- Health Information Exchange Solutions
   - Health IT Infrastructure
   - Healthcare Content Management
   - Healthcare Information Systems Management
   - Healthcare IT Management and Governance
   - Healthcare Information Systems Integration, Interoperability &
   Connectivity solutions
   - Practice Management Systems
   - PRM - Patient Relationship Management
   - Telemedicine

*Submissions Guidelines and PROCEEDINGS*
Manuscripts should be prepared in 10-point font using the IEEE 8.5" x 11"
two-column format. All papers should be in PDF format, and submitted
electronically at Paper Submission Link. A full paper must not exceed the
stated length (including all figures, tables and references). Submitted
papers must present original unpublished research that is not currently
under review for any other conference or journal. Papers not following
these guidelines may be rejected without review. Also submissions received
after the due date, exceeding length limit, or not appropriately structured
may also not be considered. Authors may contact the Program Chair for
further information or clarification.

All submissions are peer-reviewed by at least three reviewers. Accepted
papers will appear in the Conference Proceedings, and be published by the
IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services and be submitted to
IEEE Xplore for inclusion.

Submitted papers must include original work, and must not be under
consideration for another conference or journal. Submission of regular
papers must not exceed 8 pages and must follow the IEEE paper format.
Please include up to 7 keywords, complete postal and e-mail address, and
fax and phone numbers of the corresponding author. Authors of accepted
papers are expected to present their work at the conference. Submitted
papers that are deemed of good quality but that could not be accepted as
regular papers will be accepted as short papers.

*Important Dates:*

    Paper Submission Due Date:* May 30, 2017*
    Notification to authors: July 17, 2017
    Camera-ready papers due: August 15, 2017

*Submission system*


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