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Conference | IEEE TALE 2021, Wuhan, China


IEEE TALE 2021 Wuhan, China

IEEE International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Education

IEEE TALE, an International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Education, is the IEEE Education Society’s premier conference series in the Asia-Pacific region . It aims to provide a forum for scholars and practitioners to share their knowledge and experience in engineering and technology education, as well as in technology-enabled educational innovation across a variety of academic and professional disciplines. The target audience of the conference is diverse and includes those working in the higher education, vocational education and training (VET), K-12, corporate, government and healthcare sectors.

IEEE TALE 2021 will be held from December 5th to 8th, 2021 on Central China Normal University (CCNU) campus, Wuhan, China.

Conference Co-Chairs

Xinguo Yu, Central China Normal University, China
Jun Shen, University of Wollongong, Australia
Junsong Yuan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Key Dates


Prospective authors are invited to submit papers of two (2) to eight (8) A4 pages (including tables, figures and references) in standard IEEE double-column format. Papers will be accepted only by electronic submission through the conference website (TBC), from which submission guidelines and a template for papers are available. A blind peer-review process will be used to evaluate all submitted papers.

Call for Papers

For the TALE 2021 conference, a special attention will dedicate to the theme of Humanizing Technology for Enhancing Learning Experience. In the last two decades of the 21st century, digital technology has revolutionized the way we think and learn. Technology and humans are becoming entangled like never before, and our reliance on technology has also been gradually on the rise. Given the arguable changes happening in our lives, mechanical technologies are leaving us feeling cold, controlled and ironically disconnected. But why are we still striving so hard to enhance the relationship between technology and humans? It seems we want technology to be more human. Such thinking presents a clear need of making technology and digital interactions more humanized in order to provide us faster and smarter assistance. Humanizing technology is the natural progression of a digital journey, and it should be about more than making technology look, sound and feel human. In the education domain, how does humanizing technology assist in teaching and learning? What can we do in order to achieve humanizing learning by applying those state-of-the-art technologies, such as 5G, AI, robotics, etc.? Participants of TALE2021 are encouraged to engage in discussing the above questions and bringing creative opinions and ideas to the topic from multidimensional and interdisciplinary perspectives.

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