International Conference on Virtual Learning

The International Conference on Virtual Learning – ICVL intends to foster innovations in education in the perspective of the continuous development of learning technologies. ICVL is contributing to:

  • creating a framework for a large scale introduction of the eLearning approaches in teaching and training activities;
  • assisting the teachers, professors and trainers in the use of innovative teaching technologies both in formal education and life-long learning;
  • stimulating the development of eLearning projects and software for education process and systems;
  • promoting and developing scientific research for eLearning, educational software and virtual reality;
  • improving cooperation among students, teachers, pedagogues, psychologists and IT professionals in specification, design, coding, and testing of the educational software;
  • increasing the teachers' role and responsibility to design, develop and use of the traditional technologies and ICT approaches in a complementary fashion.

We welcome the participation of researchers, teachers, trainers, educational authorities, learners, practitioners, employers, trade unions, private sector actors and IT industry.

All selected papers will be published in the conference proceedings, after peer review evaluation, and will be sent for evaluation to Clarivate Analytics (former ISI Thomson Reuteurs). Since the beginning of this conference, with the exception of two editions (2012, 2013), all evaluated proceedings have received ISI indexing.

The present edition of ICVL will focus on analysing the latest technologies with applicability in education, how crises such as the pandemic have affected education, how digitization in education can be accelerated, as well as the factors that facilitate or block this process.

ICVL is a scientific event promoting innovative technologies and methodologies in education, research and lifelong improvement, both in the pre-university and university milieu, and in the economic sector, too. The two projects promote implementation of modern ideas in education and life-long training, encourage and promote teamwork and collaborative activities, scientific methods and experiments, creative thinking and intuition, arguing, and proving.