Join the experts on learning applications of immersive technologies for a conference using immersive technologies!
The 6th International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network (iLRN 2020) will be an innovative and interactive virtual gathering for a burgeoning global network of researchers and practitioners collaborating to develop the scientific, technical, and applied potential of immersive learning. It is the premier scholarly event focusing on advances in the use of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR), and other extended reality (XR) technologies to support learners and learning will now be held fully online using a number of VR and other collaboration platforms/tools. Scholars and professionals operating in formal education settings as well as those representing diverse industry sectors are invited to participate in the conference, where they will be able to share their research findings, experiences, and insights; network and establish partnerships to envision and shape the future of XR and immersive technologies for learning; and contribute to the emerging scholarly knowledge base on how these technologies can be used to create experiences that educate, engage, and excite learners.
Paper and proposal submission deadline (Main round – all submission types welcome*): February 14, 2020 [CLOSED]
Notification of review outcomes from main submission round:March 23, 2020
Camera-ready papers for proceedings due – Full and short papers:April 19, 2020
Presenter registration deadline – Full and short papers:April 19, 2020
FINAL extended paper and proposal submission deadline(Late round)
Academic Work-in-progress papers: May 5, 2020
Practitioner oral presentation and poster proposals: May 18, 2020
Panel Session, Special Session, and Workshop proposals: May 18, 2020
Notification of review outcomes from late submission round
Academic Work-in-progress papers: May 15, 2020
Practitioner oral presentations and posters: May 25, 2020
Panel Session, Special Session, and Workshop proposals: May 25, 2020
Camera-ready Academic work-in-progress papers due: May 28, 2020(Presenters must also register by this date)
Camera-ready descriptions of non-traditional sessions for proceedings due: May 28, 2020 (Presenters must also register by this date)
Final versions of practitioner abstracts for conference program due: May 28, 2020 (Presenters must also register by this date)
Pre-recorded videos, poster files, and other presentation materials due (requirements vary depending on session format):May 31, 2020
Conference opening:June 21, 2020
*Although work-in-progress papers, practitioner abstracts, and nontraditional session proposals may be submitted in both the Main round and the Late round, those submitted in the Main round will have the advantage of potentially being able to be revised for re-submission in the Late round, should they initially be rejected.