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Call for Contributions

Following the success of the first international Francophone ePortfolio conference at Québec in April 2006, the organisers of ePortfolio Montréal 2008 have pleasure in inviting researchers, policy-makers, practitioners and solution providers in the field of learning technologies to submit their contributions to the 2nd Pan-American and Francophone ePortfolio conference that will take place at Concordia University on 5-7 May 2008. This year’s focus will be on ePortfolio and digital identity, exploring the link between the records and services that contribute to the emergence of a digital identity.

Page Themes
The conference is organised in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance (CSLP) at Concordia University and the Centre de recherche en informatique de Montréal (CRIM). Tracks will be run in French and English. Presenters and authors are invited to submit an abstract of their contributions by 31 January 2008 on the following themes:
Page Submission procedure
Each submission must explicitly address at least one of the themes of the conference. During the sessions the presenters will have the opportunity to state their individual contribution to these issues that will be the input for further debate and recommendations.
Page Instructions for Submitting Authors
ePortfolio Montréal uses ConfTool for handling paper submission, the review process, and participant registration. You have to create a user account in order to use any facilities of the system. Here are just some general hints on how to use the ConfTool system.
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The conference is organised in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance (CSLP) at Concordia University and the Centre de recherche en informatique de Montréal (CRIM). Tracks will be run in French and English. Presenters and authors are invited to submit an abstract of their contributions by 21 February 2008 on the following themes
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