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PLE Conf deadline extension: 31 March
We’ve extended the deadline for the submission of extended abstracts for full and short papers, posters, doctoral consortium panel and workshops. The submission is now open until the 31th of March.
Having difficulties with the abstract template for the PLE Conference?
Don’t worry! It’s possible to submit the abstract using only the text areas of the form available in the submission page. The Springer template will be only required for the final paper. Have you already done it using the template? … Continue reading
Badges for the PLE Conference: first draft
Would you like to be awarded with these badges? Then you need to get involved with the PLE Conference 2012! 🙂 Challenge: Can you guess what you have to do to earn each one of these badges?
Keynote Speakers (Aveiro venue)
Are you curious to know who will be the keynote speakers for day 1 (Aveiro venue)? This information is already available on the PLE Conference website! We hope to see you in July!
Information about Conference fees
You’re planning your trip to Aveiro and want to know information about the Conference fees? This information is already available at the “Registration and fees” page on the PLE Conference website!
Start planning your trip to Aveiro
Do you want to start planning your trip to Aveiro to participate in the PLE Conference but you don’t know how to get there or where to stay? If that’s the case, go to the Getting here page on the PLE … Continue reading
Find out more about Aveiro
Participate in PLE Conference (#PLEConf) is also an opportunity to know (or know better) the city of Aveiro. There are several attractions in this city including cathedrals, beaches and canals. Aveiro is also known for its traditional sweets – “ovos moles” … Continue reading
Deadline for Workshop Proposals until 16.03.2012
The deadline for Workshop proposals was extended. You can now submit your proposal until March 16, 2012! We look forward to seeing you in Aveiro or Melbourne!
#PLEConf 2012 kick-off
When we first launched the PLE conference we wanted to do something different. “Why is it that the best part of conferences is the time you spend with colleagues outside the conference?”, we asked. “How can we make the conference … Continue reading