LWMOOCS 2021 addresses the 4th Industrial Revolution in a pandemic world

Until May 5th, Learning With Moocs 2021 call for papers is opne. The conference will be held between September 29th and October 1st in Antigua, Guatemala. The city was chosen to host the 2020 edition. However, due to the pandemic, the conference was eventually transformed into an online event. The theme chosen as the central axis is "The Fourth Industrial Revolution: from the pandemic to the remote world".

The eMadrid network  will once again be part of this international event regarding technical issues and congress management. Manuel Castro (full professor at the UNED and IEEE Fellow) serves as Chair of the Steering Committee, in which Carlos Delgado Kloos (coordinator of the eMadrid project and full professor at UC3M) also participates. Both are part of the Program Committee, along with other members of the eMadrid network, such as Pedro J. Muñoz Merino (UC3M), Carlos Alario Hoyos (UC3M), Sergio Martín (UNED) and Edmundo Tovar (UPM).

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LWMOOCS is an internationally recognized forum to collaborate, share, learn and showcase the latest developments in MOOCS, online courses aimed at an unlimited number of participants. This IEEE conference provides academic and industrial professionals the opportunity to analyze research work on MOOC technologies, as well as other aspects related to the creation and delivery of MOOCS to very diverse audiences around the world.

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