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ETRD Special Issue 2015 - Call for Manuscripts

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Educational Technology Research & Development
Special Issue 2015
Call for Manuscripts

Embodied Cognition and Language Learning in Virtual Environments

Special Issue Editors
Dr. Yu-Ju Lan, Special Issue Editor, Associate Professor, Department of Applied
Chinese Language and Culture, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan,

Dr. Nian-Shing Chen, Special Issue Co-Editor, Chair Professor, Department of
Information Management, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan,

Dr. Ping Li, Special Issue Co-Editor, Professor of Psychology, Linguistics, and
Information Sciences and Technology, Pennsylvania State University, USA,

Mr. Scott Grant, Special Issue Co-Editor, Assistant Lecturer, Chinese Studies,
School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, Faculty of Arts, Monash
University, Australia,

Important Dates
 * 30 November 2014—Submissions of initial papers due
 * 31 January 2015—Decisions and reflection on the initial papers selected
 * 28 February 2015—Revised manuscripts due
 * 30 April 2015—Feedback on revised manuscripts
 * 31 May 2015—Final manuscripts due by the authors
 * 30 June 2015—Final manuscripts sent to the publishers November-December 2015—Special Issue Publication Issue

Submission Information
Please prepare your manuscripts following the ETR&D Instructions.

Submit your manuscripts via
Select “S.I.: Embodied cognition and language learning” as the article type.


Topics of Interest
Topics of interests include, but are not limited to:
· Virtual embodiment and language learning (in general)
· Multimodal communication in virtual worlds
· Virtual embodiment and language skill development
· Virtual embodiment, language processing, and brain
· Virtual motor in language comprehension
· Embodiment and language in K-12 classroom
· Embodiment and language in special education
· New immersive interface technologies such as virtual reality headsets (e.g. Occulus Rift), haptic devices, digital scent technology, facial expression recognition ( etc., and their impact on embodied cognition.

Questions about relevance and potential topics should be directed to Dr. Lan or her

Click the link to download the file - ETRD_2015_Special_Issue-Call.pdf 

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