CMC 2014: 6th Intl Conf on Concept Mapping (Sep 2014, Santos Brazil)

Dates: 23-25 September 2014
Location: Santos, Brazil
Website: http://cmc.ihmc.us
Deadline for submissions: UPDATED 26 May 2014

Contact: cmc2014@ihmc.us
Local arrangements: cmc2014-local@ihmc.us

The Sixth International Conference on Concept Mapping follows on the success of the first five Conferences held in Pamplona, San José, Tallinn/Helsinki, Viña del Mar and Valletta in bringing together scholars and practitioners interested in concept mapping. It is being organized by the University of São Paulo (Brazil) and the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (USA).

The Conference is aimed at all persons interested in the use of concept maps (based on the work of Dr. Joseph Novak), including, but not limited to: facilitation of learning; eliciting, capturing, archiving, and using “expert” knowledge; planning instruction; assessment of “deep” understandings; research planning; collaborative knowledge modeling; creation of “knowledge portfolios”; administrative and strategic planning and monitoring and knowledge management.

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6th Intl Conf on Concept Mapping (Sep 2014, Brazil)

Dates: 23-25 September 2014
Location: Santos/SP, Brazil
Website: http://cmc.ihmc.us/
Deadline for submissions: TBA

 

One decade of conferences (2004-2014): Time for celebration… in Brazil!

The Sixth International Conference on Concept Mapping follows on the success of the first five Conferences held Pamplona, San José, Tallinn/Helsinki, Viña del Mar, and Valletta in bringing together scholars and practitioners interested in concept mapping. It is being organized by the University of São Paulo and the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, USA.

The Conference is aimed at all persons interested in the use of concept maps (based on the work of Dr. Joseph Novak), including, but not limited to: facilitation of learning; eliciting, capturing, archiving, and using “expert” knowledge; planning instruction; assessment of “deep” understandings; research planning; collaborative knowledge modeling; creation of “knowledge portfolios”; and administrative and strategic planning and monitoring. We expect participants from a broad range of fields presenting a wide variety of research and applications of concept mapping.

All papers and proceedings from previous conferences are available at http://cmc.ihmc.us.

More information will be posted at the CMC website: http://cmc.ihmc.us as it becomes available.

CMC 2012 – 5th Intl Conf on Concept Mapping (Sep 2012, Malta)

Location: Valetta, Malta
Dates: September 17-20, 2012
Website: http://cmc.ihmc.us
Contact: cmc2012@ihmc.us
Local Arrangements: cmc2012-local@ihmc.us
Deadline for submissions: UPDATED 6 May 2012

The Fifth International Conference on Concept Mapping follows on the success of the first four Conferences held Pamplona, San José, Tallinn/Helsinki and Viña del Mar in bringing together scholars and practitioners interested in concept mapping. It is being organized by the University of Malta and the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, USA.

The Conference is aimed at all persons interested in the use of concept maps (based on the work of Dr. Joseph Novak), including, but not limited to: facilitation of learning; eliciting, capturing, archiving, and using “expert” knowledge; planning instruction;  assessment of “deep” understandings; research planning; collaborative  knowledge modeling; creation of “knowledge portfolios”; and administrative and strategic planning and monitoring. We expect participants from a broad range of fields presenting a wide variety of research and applications of concept mapping.  All presentations at the conference are expected to include time for questions, answers, and scholarly discussion.

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CMC2010: 4th Intl Conf on Concept Mapping (Oct 2010, Chile)

Sheraton Miramar Hotel & Convention Center, Viña del Mar, Chile – October 5-7, 2010.

Website: http://cmc.ihmc.us
Contact: cmc2010@ihmc.us

The Fourth International Conference on Concept Mapping follows on the success of the first three Conferences held Pamplona, San José, and Tallinn/Helsinki in bringing together scholars and practitioners interested in concept mapping. It is being organized by the Universidad de Chile and the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, USA.

The Conference is aimed at all persons interested in the use of concept maps (based on the work of Dr. Joseph Novak), including, but not limited to: facilitation of learning; eliciting, capturing, archiving, and using “expert” knowledge; planning instruction; assessment of “deep” understandings; research planning; collaborative knowledge modeling; creation of “knowledge portfolios”; and administrative and strategic planning and monitoring. We expect participants from a broad range of fields presenting a wide variety of research and applications of concept mapping. All presentations at the conference are expected to include time for questions, answers, and scholarly discussion.

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