Call for papers

“The Fourth Industrial Revolution is still in its nascent state. But with the swift pace of change and disruption to business and society, the time to join in is now.” - Gary Coleman, Global Industry and Senior Client Advisor, Deloitte Consulting
Authors are invited to submit original papers, review papers, work-in-progress and papers in the areas mentioned below. Prospective authors should submit their full paper by March 2019  5th May 2019. 


The paper should clearly explain the originality and the relevance to the field and should follow the guidelines for author provided on this page. All submitted papers will be evaluated by a peer review process. 

All accepted paper will be published in conference proceedings with ISBN, and selected papers will be submitted for publication in SCOPUS/ISI indexed journals and peer-reviewed journals depending on the paper quality:




Full Paper Submission Deadline:      30th March 2019  30th April 2019 5th May 2019

Notification of Acceptance:               10th May 2019

Camera-ready Deadline:                   15th May 2019

Registration Deadline:                       7th June 2019

Conference Dates:                             2nd – 4th July 2019


THEME: "Embracing ICT, Empowering Education 4.0"


Topic includes but not limited to:

Track 1: Borderless Learning Through ICT

  • MOOC

  • Virtual Environment

  • Mobile Computing

  • Independent learning

  • Active Learning

  • Game-based learning


Track 2: ICT Innovations and Technologies in Education

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Internet of Things

  • Big Data

  • Cloud Computing

  • Web Semantic

  • Open Source in Education

  • Knowledge Management, etc.


Track 3: AR, VR and Mixed Reality for Teaching and Learning

  • Augmented Reality

  • Virtual Reality

  • Mixed Reality

  • Other Multimedia Application, etc.


Track 4: ICT education - primary and secondary schools, tertiary institutions

  • Gender/age/cultural issues in ICT teaching and learning

  • Pedagogical/learning theories for ICT  teaching and learning

  • Motivational aspects of ICT  teaching and learning

  • Assessment in ICT teaching and learning

  • ICT teaching issues, dilemmas, solutions

  • Achieving a sustainable impact on ICT learning, etc.


Full Paper writing templates: 

  • Make sure that your paper is compliant with the conference template.

  • Full paper: minimum 5 pages & maximum 10 pages.

  • Do not include page numbers.


Any inquiries regarding paper submission can be emailed to:

Dr Mohd Hishamuddin Bin Abdul Rahman


Phone: +605450-5094



Full Paper writing templates: