The Education, Science, and Technology for Sustainable Development 2014 International (ESTSD'15 Conference) will provide the ideal opportunity to meet experts in education, educational sciences, social sciences and engineering, public policy, environmental sciences, education economics, geography, information technology, urban and cultural studies, researchers, and practitioners. Also, the conference provides an excellent venue for you to present your projects and receive quality feedback.
Speakers and presenters will share new concepts, best practices, knowledge, experience, strategies, and solutions, with a focus on promoting efficiency, quality of life, sustainable development, education equality, human rights, cultural diversity,
research and development, innovation,and quality of public and private educational services.
The theme of the ESTSD'15 Conference is "Education, Science, and Community Development"
The conference focuses on but not limited to empirical research in the following fields:
1. Welfare Programs and Education Equality 2. Socioeconomic Issues and Education Policies
3. Education Leadership and Education Management
4. Information Management and Knowledge Organization
5. Learning Technology and Education Policy 6. Philosophy of Information
7. Globalization of Higher Education
8. Library Science and Information Science
9. Changing Technology in Secondary Education
10. Science, Technology, and Society
11. Law, Business, and Intellectual Property
12. Information Retrieval and Information Seeking
13. Competition, Students, and Online Programs
14. Political Instability, Poverty, and Primary Education
15. Role of Higher Education Institutions
16. Cultural Studies and Information Science
17. Women Empowerment through Education
18. Traditions, Social Changes, and Education
19. Teacher Salaries and Unemployment
20. Education, Policy, and Community Development
The conference welcomes proposals from experts in education, social sciences and public policy, business and government executives, scholars, academics, consultants, professional researchers, independent scholars, practitioners, and PhD/graduate students in education policy and social science disciplines, economics, and sociology. Proposals may be considered as they are relevant to the theme of the conference. Early submissions are greatly appreciated. All submissions must be in Microsoft Word.