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CRET 2015

2015 International Workshop on
Creative Research for Education & Technology

Technically Sponsored by ICRP
The Institution of Creative Research Professionals

Workshop Overview

The 2015 International Workshop on Creative Research for Education & Technology (CRET 2015) will be held in Jeju International Convention Center (Jeju ICC), in conjunction with PlatCon-15, during 26-28 January 2015. The concept of Creative Research (CR) is to provide many fresh and innovative ideas to see our daily research works from diverse perspectives. In CR, our research works can be pleasures and adventures, and this change of thinking can make us more enthusiastic and more focusing on our research works with great excitement

Actually, CRET 2015 is the second event of CR workshop series and the very next event of CRCC-14, which was originally designed for CR on Computing & Communication area and all IT-related areas. At CRCC-14, we got a lot of submissions especially focused on Education & Technology (ET), so we realized there were plenty of scientists and research professionals having open minds in ET areas, and they had been finding a variety of emerging CR issues for cultivating traditional education domain and its technological approaches. 

We are sure that CR for ET will give a big and fresh change to the traditional education research works, and CRET 2015 will be a good forum to discuss current trends and future directions of CR for ET. We eventually hope that CRET 2015 will be a good starting point for spreading CR from IT-related areas to all science, social science, and liberal arts areas.

Workshop Organization

Workshop Chairs
Sang-Soo Yeo, Mokwon University, Korea
Kyeong-Ouk Jeong, Korea Airforce Academy, Korea

Program Chairs
Mabyong Yoon, Jeonju University, Korea
Hwa-Seon Kim, Paichai University, Korea
Young-Ae Jung, Sunmoon University, Korea

Publicity Chairs
Young-Joo Jeon, Mokwon University, Korea
Shin-hye Heo, Hannam University, Korea

International Liaison Chairs
Kuo-Yuan Hwa, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
Kyung-Suk Chang, Korea Institute for Curriculum and Evaluation (KICE), Korea

Workshop Topics

CRET 2015 includes all educational theory and practice topics, and of course all topics of creative research for liberal arts and social science including, but not limited to :
  • Educational Administration
  • Educational Foundations
  • Educational Measurement and Evaluation
  • Educational Psychology
  • Educational Technology
  • Educational Engineering
  • Education Policy and Leadership
  • Human Resource Development
  • Academic Advising and Counseling
  • Student Affairs
  • Teacher Education / Counselor Education
  • Distance Education 
  • Curriculum, Research and Development
  • Language and Literacy Education
  • Mathematics Education
  • Science Education
  • Social Studies Education
  • Art Education / Music Education
  • Business Education
  • Health Education
  • Early Childhood, Elementary, Secondary, Higher, and Adult Education
  • Indigenous Education / Special Education
  • e-Learning, u-Learning, m-Learning, and smart-Learning
  • Cross-disciplinary areas of Education
  • Other topics of Education and Technology
  • Liberal Arts and General Education in College/University

Proceedings & Journal Publications

This policy and procedure follow the rules of the main conference - PlatCon-15 (Track 2). All workshop papers are included in a section of the conference proceedings as conference papers of PlatCon-15.

Conference Proceedings :
All accepted authors should submit their camera-ready extended abstracts to EDAS for being included in the conference book or CD proceedings. After conference, all accepted and presented papers will be published as articles in a book series or a journal indexed in SCOPUS. For this, we are now in progress to contract with several international journals indexed by SCOPUS (Elsevier).

Journal Special Issues :
Besides, some selected papers will be recommended to peer-reviewed international journals indexed in SCI or SCIE. Recommendation ratio will be around 40% of accepted papers.