Participation in this website is conditioned by registration for the Persuasive Technology 2016 conference. Workshop registration is done through the conference registration system.
Submitting a paper is not a condition for participating in this workshop. We do however welcome written contributions both to support and shape the activites during the workshop, and to facilitate a continued discussion of the cross field between persuasive design and learning.
We take a broad approach to the notion of learning, and strive towards creating a venue for networking and sharing experiences as we explore the potential of persuasive design in learning contexts. We seek richness and diversity in topic as well as approach, method, and viewpoint. If you can make a convincing case that you have something important to say about persuasive design and learning, in all its many forms, we want to see your work. In no particular order, this includes contributions in the form of:
- The role of persuasive design in learning
- Persuasive Technology as basis for new learning
- Methods for persuasive learning designs
- Ethics of Persuasive learning
- Context aware learning designs
- Practical implications of persuasive learning designs
Contributions can be submitted as Short papers (4- 6 page Springer LNCS), or as extended abstracts or position papers (2-page Springer LNCS) for new ideas/concepts that have not yet been fully tested, but that are valuable to the workshop theme.
All submissions will be reviewed by a review board and selected according to their significance for the workshop topic as well as their potential to inspire discussions. All accepted papers will be made available to the workshop participants. We are currently investigating potential publication outlets.
Selected papers will be scheduled for oral presentations at the workshop.
Please submit your contributions to email@example.com
Submission deadline: February 10th 2016.
Decision notification February 19th 2016