2013-08-25 12:07:38 - Will run from March 3 to 5, 2014, at Atlantis The Palm in Dubai with the theme ‘Leading Transformation to Sustainable Excellence
[UAE, August 25, 2013] In line with its commitment to encourage modern scientific research, Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University (HBMeU) has announced that it is now accepting papers for its 2014 Congress which will run from March 3 to 5, 2014, at Atlantis The Palm in Dubai with the theme ‘Leading Transformation to Sustainable Excellence’.
Interested parties can submit an extended abstract of their papers no later than November 30, 2013, to be followed by the full paper and poster presentations due on January 1, 2014. The papers will be reviewed by an international technical committee according to strict criteria based on the highest standards of transparency. In the 2012 edition, the Congress received more than 442 papers from over 61 countries.
and institutions are invited to visit congress.hbmeu.ac.ae
for details of 2014 Congress and the complete mechanics on how to submit papers, the evaluation mechanisms and the conditions of participation.
Dr. Ibrahim Mahmood, Vice Chancellor, Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University, said: “It is important to create a world-class platform that stimulates scientific interaction among the region's top researchers and renowned experts in the various fields of knowledge, as well as promoting scientific research which is strategically important as one of the main pillars of sustainable and comprehensive development. Over the past few years, the Congress has served as a magnet for the excellent works and most productive discussions related to the novel ideas and best international practices which have significantly contributed towards developing the Middle East’s evolving learning landscape.”
“Sustainable excellence in the Middle East is a vital theme which requires effective policies that will push forward organisational, social and developmental transformation. Sustainable excellence in e-Learning, health and environment will be the focus of research papers that will be discussed under the umbrella of the 2014 Congress which is integral to our efforts to cultivate a culture of learning and knowledge in the Middle East,” Dr. Mahmood added.
“We look forward to attracting high-quality research, case studies and other related materials to lead our discussions that will contribute towards developing e-Learning and cultivating a quality culture across the region as well as promoting technology enablement, health and environment in order to build a safe future for the coming generations,” Dr. Mahmood concluded.
HBMeU is the first e-learning institute in the Arab World that was established with the vision to develop a new learning process through the implementation of learning practices characterized by flexibility, quality and diversity to strengthen self-leadership among learners and prepare them socially and academically for a future career through integration in the job market. HBMeU’s philosophy is based on vital methods that have been developed through extensive research and development by specialists from all over the world. These methods include offering high quality programs, supporting the pursuit of lifelong learning, promoting the freedom of information, reinforcing the culture of excellence and innovation and providing education for everyone in line with the highest standards of comprehensiveness and credibility. The university, which is accredited by the UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, seeks to constantly identify knowledge needs, support research and development programs and create an outstanding environment for e-learning.