The World Conference on Computers in Education (WCCE 2017) has announced a Call for Papers.

Organised by IFIP and hosted by the Irish Computer Society (ICS), WCCE 2017 will take place in Dublin on 3-6 July 2017 and is certain to be the ICT and Education event to attend next year.

The conference will operate under the banner of, “Tomorrow’s learning: Involving everyone”, with a total of 11 themes for presenters to explore:

  • Futures of technology for learning and education
  • Research and business solutions transformed into educational best practice
  • Computer Science Education and its future focus and development
  • Inclusive and adaptive technologies
  • Innovative practices with learning technologies
  • Examples of global and mobile opportunities used in developed and developing countries
  • Strategy and policy in education contexts and settings
  • Shaping the future for “Digital Citizens”
  • Learning analytics and ethical issues
  • Critical concerns about how and whether technologies support learning
  • The ever-blurring boundaries of formal, informal and non-formal learning

With a deadline of 31 October 2016, the ICS is keen to hear from potential academics, researchers and practitioners interested in presenting at the conference.

We invite you to submit your work to WCCE 2017 which enables you to:

  • Take an active role and be involved in discussions to consider concerns and approaches for the future of technology for learning and education 
  • Access latest research and business solutions that have been transformed into educational best practice, where outcomes are recognised and identified
  • Network with world-leading teachers, educators, professionals and technologists 
  • Share knowledge and ideas about the rapidly emerging practices of Computer Science Education (CSE), and the important role that CSE has in educating creators of the future
  • Offer examples of how inclusive and adaptive technologies have impacted and can impact both society and knowledge
  • Be involved in sessions that allow experiences to be shared with others, including leading technology developers, through innovative workshops on learning technologies
  • Demonstrate and illustrate examples of global and mobile opportunities, used for educational purposes in developed and developing countries
  • Participate with strategy and policy experts, from international agencies, national or regional government, research and academia, and educational advice and practice
  • Explore how to shape further the need for ‘Digital Citizens’ to develop new modes of living, learning and working together
  • Present your work, research, developments, policy initiatives, and ideas, so that we can all be inspired by leading examples from our wealth of international contributors and speakers. 

For more information, including submission details and formats, visit