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MIS4TEL 2024 | 14th International Conference on Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning

6/26/2024 - 6/28/2024
Salamanca, Spain
MIS4TEL 2024 | 14th International Conference on Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning
Jun 26, 2024 - Jun 28, 2024 | Salamanca, Spain


Exploring Methodological Frontiers in Technology-Enhanced Learning

In an era marked by the dynamic synergy of education and technology, the MIS4TEL conference stands as a beacon, illuminating the path toward transformative methodologies in technology-enhanced learning (TEL). As we embark on the 14th edition of this influential gathering, scheduled to unfold at the venerable University of Salamanca in June 2024, we extend a cordial invitation to researchers, designers, and domain experts to contribute their insights to the evolving narrative at the nexus of education and technology.

Conference Theme: Bridging Education and Technology

Under the captivating ambiance of the University of Salamanca, MIS4TEL 2024 aspires to transcend the conventional conference framework. This edition seeks to be a holistic exploration of the intricate interplay between education and technology, emphasizing a methodological lens that paves the way for innovative approaches in TEL.


Join us at MIS4TEL 2024 as we collectively contribute to a methodological discourse that is instrumental in shaping the future of learning. This edition places a special emphasis on the integration of Digital Technologies in the Classroom and explores the transformative power of AI in Education. Together, let’s pioneer new methodologies that elevate the landscape of technology-enhanced learning. Submit your research papers, workshop proposals, and innovative methodology showcases to be a part of this groundbreaking exploration!

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Education
∙ Adaptive Learning Systems: AI-driven systems that tailor educational content to the individual needs and progress of each learner.
∙ Intelligent Tutoring Systems: AI-based tutors that provide personalized feedback and guidance to students.
∙ Generative AI: Generative AI solutions to support education.

Immersive Learning Technologies
∙ Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR): Creating immersive learning experiences for enhanced engagement and understanding.
∙ Mixed Reality (MR): Combining physical and digital elements to create interactive learning environments.

Gamification and Game-Based Learning
∙ Use of Serious Games: Applying game mechanics to non-game contexts for educational purposes.
∙ Gamified Learning Platforms: Integrating game elements to motivate and engage learners.

Mobile Learning (M-Learning)
∙ Mobile Apps for Learning: Leveraging the ubiquity of smartphones and tablets for anytime, anywhere learning.
∙ Responsive Design: Ensuring educational content is accessible and optimized for various devices.

Learning Analytics
∙ Data-Driven Insights: Analyzing large datasets to gain insights into student performance, engagement, and learning patterns.
∙ Predictive Analytics: Forecasting student outcomes and identifying areas for intervention.

Blockchain in Education
∙ Credential Verification: Using blockchain for secure and transparent verification of educational credentials.
∙ Smart Contracts for Learning Agreements: Automating and ensuring the integrity of learning agreements.

Collaborative Learning Platforms
∙ Social Learning Networks: Facilitating collaborative learning experiences through online communities.
∙ Online Group Projects and Collaboration Tools: Platforms supporting teamwork and project-based learning.

Accessibility and Inclusivity
∙ Universal Design for Learning (UDL): Designing educational materials and activities to be accessible to all students.
∙ Assistive Technologies: Integrating tools to support learners with diverse special educational needs.

Cybersecurity in EdTech
∙ Securing Learning Platforms: Addressing the increasing importance of data security and privacy in educational technology.
∙ Ethical Use of Technology in Education: Using technology to handle real-life situations from an ethical standpoint, like cyber-bullying and copyright issues.

Digital Literacy and Citizenship
∙ Promoting responsible and ethical use of technology among students.
∙ Addressing Bias in AI: Ensuring fairness and equity in AI-driven educational tools.


∎ Special issue IJIMAI - International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence JCR (2022): 3.6 (Q3)

∎ Special issue "Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud Computing Technologies for Smart Cities and Rural Areas: Sensing and Information Management Technologies" MDPI Sensors Journal JCR (2022): 3.9 (Q1)

∎ Special issue "Advanced Architectures for Hybrid Edge Analytics Models on Adaptive Smart Areas" MDPI Electronics Journal JCR (2022): 2.9 (Q2)

∎ Special issue ADCAIJ - Advances in Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence Journal JCR (2022): 1.4, JCI (2022): 0.09 (Q4)


∘ ETELT: Integration of emerging technologies into education and training

∘ NURSING: Technology Enhanced Learning in Nursing Education

∘ TEL4FC: Technology - Enhanced Learning for Future Citizens


Christothea Herodotou, The Open University (UK)

Sofia Papavlasopoulou, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Zuzana Kubincova, Comenius University of Bratislava (Slovakia)
Dalila Durães, University of Minho (Portugal)

Marcelo Milrad, Linnaeus University (Sweden)
Nuno Otero, University of Greenwich (United Kingdom)

María Cruz Sánchez-Gómez, University of Salamanca (Spain)

Pierpaolo Vittorini, University of L'aquila (Italy)
Rosella Gennari, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy)
Tania Di Mascio, University of L'aquila (Italy)
Marco Temperini, Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
Fernando De la Prieta, University of Salamanca (Spain)


Following the successful initiative from previous years, the MIS4TEL intends to host a number of workshops on different related areas also in the next edition of the conference. Therefore, MIS4TEL Committee invites workshop proposals.The aim of the workshops is to provide participants with the opportunity to present and discuss novel research ideas on emerging topics in the scope of the conference.

Our offer will guarantee the following:
-Local support for installing and managing the reviewing site of the submissions.
-12 pages per paper, published at LNNS series of Springer, if acceptance rate under 60%.
-Synchonization with MIS4TEL agenda and coordinated deadlines for workshops.
-Duration: X slots of 2 h each for up to 6 papers each, with maximum of 8 slots.
-Standard equipment and local support all along the workshop.
-Attractive registration, 3 lunches, 2 dinners.
-Possibility of workshop invited speaker but no direct support from MIS4TEL.
-Suggestion to install a round table at the end of the workshop for making summary.

Please note that workshop organizers will be responsible for creating and advertising the Call for Papers, managing the review process and collecting the camera ready papers. A dedicated Easychair installation will be provided by MIS4TEL conference organizers (under a centralized management).

For each accepted workshop, one of its organizers will be invited to co-edit the proceedings of the conference.

We hope this offer will catch your attention. Should you be interested in submitting such a proposal, please contact us ( with a proposal before 3rd February, 2024. Please note that workshop proposals will be evaluated on a continuous basis and acceptance / rejection decisions will be sent to the workshop organizers within one week from submission. Early submissions are highly encouraged, so that workshop organizers have sufficient time to attract papers.

The proposals should be no longer than 4 pages and include the following information:
-Workshop title
-Workshop organizers’ short bio (including prior experience in organizing workshops) and contact information
-Workshop description and topics
-Relevance of the workshop to the conference
-Information about previous editions of the workshop (if applicable)
-Program Committee members (tentative)
-Estimated number of submitted papers
-Draft CFP

Please submit your workshop proposal by email to ( (Subject: MIS4TEL Workshop Proposal). Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.


Accepted papers will be included in MIS4TEL 2023 Proceedings, published by Springer. At least one of the authors will be required to register and attend the symposium to present the paper in order to include the paper in the conference proceedings.

All accepted papers will be published by LNNS Springer Verlag.

** Indexing: The books of this series are submitted to DBLP, INSPEC, Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals and Series, SCImago, SCOPUS, WTI Frankfurt eG, zbMATH, Google Scholar, Springerlink. **

MDPI Electronics Best Paper Awards


Deadline: 15th March, 2024
Doctoral Consortium deadline: 22nd March, 2024
Notification of acceptance: 26th April, 2024
Camera-Ready papers: 17th May, 2024
Conference Celebration: 26th-28th June, 2024


The Open University (UK)
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)
Comenius University of Bratislava (Slovakia)
University of Minho (Portugal)
Linnaeus University (Sweden)
University of Greenwich (United Kingdom)
University of Salamanca (Spain)
University of L'Aquila (Italy)
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy)
Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)





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