GTEL Research


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GTEL is calling for cutting-edge science and technology research papers. All full paper submissions will be peer-reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or research depth, and accuracy & relevance to the forum theme and topics. Submitted papers will be published as Elsevier SSRN Proceeding and some selected papers will be published in a special issue in an ISI and/or Scopus indexed Journal.

GTEL 2023 Main themes:

New emerging trends driving the evolvement of e-learning approaches present questions of sustainability in their design, development, execution, and delivery. Hence, e-learning has become the focus of attention for policymakers and educational personnel who are looking for and focusing on sustainability. This panel explores the best practices leading to a continually growing and healthy digital learning ecosystem in which knowledge is co-created and shared in a community.

The 21st century skills such as creativity, leadership, and communication are crucial for learners to succeed in the Information Age. This panel discovers methods and technologies that help to integrate such skills into the design, delivery, and curriculum of e-learning systems. Many promising approaches will be discussed such as immersive learning and personalized learning.

In traditional educational systems, students participate in extra-curricular activities and student clubs while engaging in many on-campus services such as counseling and mentorship. This panel aims to equip teachers with technologies and methods that provide students in e-learning environments with a truly well-rounded educational experience

Education professionals are pursuing ventures for more technologically-advanced teaching and learning methodologies and tools in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. This panel discusses the design, development, and delivery of STEM disciplines which require particular focus to identify the existing challenges and highlight the promising opportunities to offer optimal solutions.

Behind each screen of online education, there is a student with a unique background and abilities. This panel investigates problems and suggests solutions towards more inclusive and accessible e-learning systems that include and accommodate all students

In the age of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR), educational systems should prepare the future workforce for a rapidly-changing world. This panel discusses ways of enhancing the design and delivery of teaching and learning through 4IR technologies. Innovation-based education and personalized adaptive learning are among many novel approaches to be addressed

Important Deadlines are:

10 November, 2022

Paper Submission Deadline

30 November, 2022

First decision

15 December, 2022

Final Camera Ready

24 – 26 January, 2023

Forum Dates

GTEL Objectives:

  • Establish a scientific platform that contributes to providing high-quality, sustainable, and advanced education which can be accessed on a large scale to meet the ambitious goals of Saudi Vision 2030

  • Promote knowledge-sharing and discover the next significant developments in e-learning.

  • Advance the skills and knowledge of educational personnel so that they are prepared to enhance and accelerate the digital transformation of education.

  • Review and evaluate modern learning methodologies and best practices for e-learning implementation.

  • Bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to present their work and discuss challenges and opportunities in the field of e-learning.

  • Present and promote the latest research on e-learning theories, methodologies, and tools

General Chair:

Dr. Raniyah Wazirali

Saudi Electronic University

General Chair:

Dr. Maha Helal

Saudi Electronic University

Dr. Ali Alammary

Saudi Electronic University

Dr. Mousa Alakhras

Jordan University

Dr. Sultan Alamri

Saudi Electronic University

Dr. Rania Almujalad

Saudi Electronic University