ACM will host the first ACM Conference
on Learning at Scale to be held March
4-5, 2014 in Atlanta, GA.
Inspired by the emergence of Massive
Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and the
shift in thinking about education, ACM
created this conference as a new scholarly
venue to explore how learning and teaching
can improve when done “at scale.”
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Learning at Scale refers to new approaches
for students to learn and teachers to
teach, when engaging hundreds or even
thousands of students; be it face-to-face or
remotely, synchronous or asychronous.
Topics will include (but are not limited
to) Usability Studies, Tools for Automated
Feedback and Grading, Learning Analytics,
Investigation of Student Behavior and
Correlation with Learning Outcomes, New
Learning Tools and Techniques at Scale.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Authors are encouraged to visit the
Learning Scale website
➤ for details about the conference and
guidelines for paper submissions,
including an array of subject examples
➤ Authors are encouraged to consider submitting a full paper (10-pages max); a tutorial proposal
for a 1-4 hour discussion on a relevant tool, technology, or methodology related to learning at
scale; or a work-in-progress poster or demo.
➤ Papers must tackle topics “at scale.”
LEARNING @ SCALE
ATLANTA, GEORGIA MARCH 4–5 2014
Call for Papers
NOVEMBER 8, 2013
Paper submissions due.
NOVEMBER 8, 2013
Tutorial proposals due.
DECEMBER 23, 2013
Notification to authors of accepted full papers.
JANUARY 2, 2014
Work-in-progress submissions due.
JANUARY 14, 2014
Notification to authors of accepted work-in-progress.
JANUARY 17, 2014
ALL revised and camera-ready material due.