MIT’s Learning International Networks Consortium (LINC) Call for Papers

LINC will convene in Jordan and Dubai in late October 2007. Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan is patron of the conference, and the theme is Technology-Enabled Education: A Catalyst for Positive Change. Speakers will include regional ministers of education, university rectors from both within and without the Middle East, and a wide array of international experts and innovators in the field of distance and e-learning technologies.

LINC 2007 Conference web site:

To consider submitting a paper see Call for Papers.

LINC is a consortium of educators from around the world who are interested in using these technologies to help their countries increase access to quality education for a larger percentage of the population. These educators turn to LINC as an organization through which they can make contact with others like themselves, not only with other educators but also with scientists, innovators, researchers, corporations, and foundations. Given its reputation among educational institutions worldwide, MIT is well-positioned to bring together the kind of educators and experts who are most capable of initiating change and progress when it comes to the role of ICT in educational, social, and economic development in emerging countries.