The 19th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education (GCCCE 2015)

Workshop on Computer-Supported Personalized and Collaborative Learning
Conference Dates: 2015.05.25~2015.05.29, Taipei

Call for papers


The development of advanced information technologies has opened up new opportunities in the area of computer supported learning environments. A key aspect of this work lies within the fact that students can access learning material at any time and any places. As a result of such convenience, a wide range of people have begun using computer supported learning environments for supporting instruction. Thus, it is important to ensure that such computer supported learning environments can accommodate diverse students’ needs.

To address this issue, it is necessary to incorporate personalization into the development of computer supported learning environments. Personalization is acknowledged as a useful approach to develop added value services in computer supported learning environments. It can help students with different characteristics, backgrounds and needs to get different types of content presentation and navigation support. In this context, a deep understanding of personalization is essential for the development of computer supported learning environments.

While acknowledging the essentiality of personalization, the importance of incorporating an element of collaboration during the process so that students can contribute to each other’s learning has become prevalent in educational practice with the advent of Web 2.0 technologies. Thus, issues on how to address these two aspects simultaneously if desirable, or at different learning stages to create optimal learning space and experience for involved learners are the focus of this workshop. In sum, this workshop addresses two core aspects in computer supported learning environments—personalization and collaboration. The workshop provides opportunities for the cross-fertilization of knowledge and ideas from researchers in the many fields that make up this interdisciplinary research area. We hope that the implications of findings of each work presented in this workshop can be used to improve the development of Computer-Supported Collaborative and Personalized Learning environments.


The topics in this workshop will cover a wide range of topics on the captioned workshop. In particular, topics of interest may focus on, but are not restricted to:

n   Self-directed learning

n   One-to-one tutoring

n   Individual trait and ergonomics

n   Personalized game-based learning

n   Personalized mobile learning

n   Learning analytics for understanding computer-supported personalized and collaborative learning

n   Emerging technologies supporting collaborative learning in online space

n   Group composition and group dynamics in computer-supported collaborative learning

n   Collaborative online game-based learning

n   Collaborative mobile learning


Submission Guidelines

All papers will be peer reviewed. The papers should be 4 pages (Short paper) or 8 pages (Long paper) in length. The papers can be written in either Chinese or English. If papers are accepted, the authors can present their papers in either Mandarin or English.

Paper template file:                                                                                         


Important Dates

Deadline for authors to submit papers: March 28, 2015

Notice of review results: April 4, 2015                                                                                                                                                                        

Deadline for final version of papers: April 10, 2015

Paper registration deadline: April 15, 2015

Please submit your paper by email to Dr. Harry Wang (

Both PDF and MS-Word files are required.

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Workshop Organizers

Professor Sherry Y. Chen is currently working at Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology, National Central University, Taiwan and a Visiting Professor in the Department of Information Systems and Computing at Brunel University, UK. Since May 2010, she has been granted an Outstanding Scholar Award from the Foundation for the Advancement of Outstanding Scholarship (FAOS).


Dr. Gwo-Haur Hwang is an Associate Professor and the chair of the Department of Information Networking and System Administration, Ling Tung University, Taichung, Taiwan. His main research interest lies within ubiquitous learning, intelligent systems and Computer Support Personalized Learning. He obtained his Ph.D from the Institute of Electronics, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.


Dr. Harry Jen-Hang Wang is a Post-Doctor at the Research Center for Science and Technology for Learning, National Central University, Taiwan. His main research interest lies within Computer Support Collaborative Learning. He obtained his Ph.D. from the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering from National Central University in 2015.


Dr. Fu-Yun Yu is currently a Distinguished Professor at the Institute of Education, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. She obtained her Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from the University of Texas at Austin. Her research interests are learner-centered strategies, adaptable learning space design, and technology-enhanced learning. She has received several awards, including the Wu Ta-You Commemorative Award from NSC in Taiwan, and the Distinguished Researcher Award from APSCE (2009) among others.


Dr. Robin Chiu-Pin Lin received his Ph.D. degree in Department of Computer Science from National Central University, in 2004. He is currently the Professor and the chair of the Graduate Institute of eLearning Technology at the National Hsinchu University of Education, Taiwan. His research interests include One-to-One Classroom Learning, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Web-based Learning and Learning Community, etc.