The main conference will comprise nine theme-based sub-conferences and the English Paper Track (EPT). The nine theme-based sub-conferences only admit academic papers written in Chinese. All the manuscripts written in English, regardless of their themes (albeit must be related to the broad topic of technology-enhanced learning), shall be submitted to the EPT instead.

English Paper Track :

In order to enhance the internationalization level of the conference, the conference encourages the submission of English papers. GCCCE2022 set up the “English Paper Track”, in which a special agenda committee to organise exclusive report and presentation sessions, and dedicated proceedings of English papers.

The authors of all the accepted full papers will be invited to submit extended versions of their manuscripts to Journal of Computers in Education (JLCE) (Link TBC), the flagship English journal of the GCSCE. The JLCE has been indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) by Web of Science and is now applying for indexing in Social Science Citation Index (SSCI).

Possible topics that the submitted papers may address include (but not limited to):

  • Learning Sciences & Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
  • Mobile, Ubiquitous & Contextualized Learning
    • Mobile and ubiquitous learning
    • Wearable devices in education
    • Technology-Enhanced Learning Across Formal and Informal Settings
    • Mobile social media
  • Joyful Learning, Educational Games and Digital Toys
    • Game-based learning, teaching, and assessment
    • Gamification systems
    • Educational robots and digital toys
  • Technology in Higher Education & Adult Learning, and Teachers’ Professional Development
    • MOOCs
    • Distance education and lifelong learning
    • Computer-supported self-directed learning
    • Workplace learning and knowledge management
    • Technology-enhanced teacher education
    • Teachers’ professional development on designing and facilitating technology-enhanced learning
    • Technology, Pedagogy and Content Knowledge (TPACK)
  • Technology-Enhanced Language and Humanities Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence in Education and Smart Learning Environments
  • Learning Analytics and Assessment
    • Academic Analytics and Learning Analytics
    • Educational Data Mining
    • Technology-supported assessment
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Maker Education
    • Computational thinking
    • Critical thinking and creativity
    • Makerspace
    • STEM and STE(A)M
  • Educational Technology: Innovations, Policies & Practices
    • Digital platforms and tools
    • e-Learning strategies, models, and evaluations
    • Educational technology policies and systemic studies
    • Flipped classroom and flipped learning
    • Learners’ motivation, self-regulation, identities and learning strategies in technology-rich learning environments or social media spaces
    • Practice-driven research in educational technology
Sub-Conferences Programme Committee :
Executive Chair:

YIN Chengjiu,Kobe University


LI Ping ,The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

LIN Pei-Yi ,National Tsing Hua University

YAU Jane Yin-Kim ,University of Mannheim

Juan Zhou,Tokyo Institute of Technology

Programme Committee Members:

Chang Ben, National Central University
Chen Gaowei, The University of Hong Kong
Chou Chih-Yueh, Yuan Ze University, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CHOY Doris, Nanyang Technological University
Chu Carol ‪Hui-Chun, Soochow University
Dai Yiling, Kyoto University
Ding Jihong, Zhejiang University of Technology
Han-yu Han-yu, Department of Allied Health Education and Digital Learning
Jong Morris, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Kao Tai-Chien, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
Kwong Theresa, Centre for Holistic Teaching and Learning, Hong Kong Baptist University
Lai Jolen, National Taipei University of Education
Li Huiyong, Kyoto University
Lin Chien-liang, College of Science and Technology Ningbo University
Ling Alpha, Hong Kong Institute of Education
Liu Shiguang, Tianjin University
Liu Gi-Zen, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Liu Qingtang, central china normal university
Ou Kuo-Liang, National Tsing Hua University
PI Zhongling, Shaanxi Normal University
Shadiev Rustam, Nanjing Normal University
Sun Jerry Chih-Yuan, Center for Teacher Education National Chiao Tung University
Wang Shan, University of Macau
WANG Qiyun, Nanyang Technological University
WEN Yun, Nanyang Technological University
Wong Tak-Lam, Douglas College
WU Jing, Nanyang Technological University
WU Longkai, Nanyang Technological University
Yang Euphony, National Central University
Yang Ruining, Hunan University
Zheng Boxin, the University of Macau