Call for contributions to ePIC 2012, London 9-11 July

Authors are invited to address issues in relation to: development of lifelong learner / professional / citizen identity; integrative learning and holistic development; individual / community /organisational ePortfolios and identities development; distributed communities of practice: continuing professional development and sustainable employability; assessment, recognition and accreditation of learning (formal, informal, lifelong and life-wide).

Conference Tracks

  • Initial Education —ePortfolio from kindergarten to further and higher education
  • Employability, Organisational and Lifelong Learning —ePortfolio from employees to self-employed and entrepreneurs
  • Healthcare Education and Practice —ePortfolio from patients to healthcare professionals (special track)
  • Assessment, Accreditation and Recognition —knowledge, skills and attitudes
  • ePortfolio and Identity Policies —ePortfolio implementation from a single institution to a whole country
  • Technologies —ePortfolio platforms, system architectures and standards
  • Identity — ePortfolio, social networks, web 2.0 and identity construction

International Journal of Clinical Skills
For the third year, a special track is dedicated to healthcare education and practice. Proceedings for the healthcare track (20 abstracts and the 5 best papers) will be published in the International Journal of Clinical Skills (IJOCS).

Submission and review process
The submission and review process is divided into 2 steps: abstracts are reviewed to select presentations for the conference, and papers are reviewed to select the contents of the proceedings. For more details, please visit

Accepted papers will be published in the ePIC 2012 proceedings under ISBN 978-2-9540144-1-8.
Previous conferences proceedings are accessible at

Important dates
5 March 2012 – Deadline for the submission of abstracts
26 March 2012 – Notification of acceptance of abstracts
7 May 2012 – Deadline for the submission of long/short papers
9-10-11 July 2012 – Conference
15 September 2012 – Publication of the conference proceedings

The full call for contributions is accessible at

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