Being Logical: A Guide to Good Thinking, D.Q. McInernyhttp://ttl2015.irisa.fr/
4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TOOLS FOR TEACHING LOGIC (TTL 2015)
June 9-12, 2015, Rennes, France
Call for Papers
TOPICSTools for Teaching Logic seeks for original papers with a clear significance in the following topics (but are not limited to): teaching logic in sciences and humanities; teaching logic at different levels of instruction (secondary education, university level, and postgraduate); didactic software; facing some difficulties concerning what to teach; international postgraduate programs; resources and challenges for eLearning Logic; teaching Argumentation Theory, Critical Thinking and Informal Logic; teaching specific topics, such as Modal Logic, Algebraic Logic, Knowledge Representation, Model Theory, Philosophy of Logic, and others; dissemination of logic courseware and logic textbooks; teaching Logic Thinking.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORSSubmitted papers in PDF format should not be longer than 8 pages and must be submitted electronically using the EasyChair system:https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ttl2015. A demonstration is expected to accompany papers describing software tools. At least one author of each accepted paper must be registered and attend TTL 2015 to present the paper or the tool.
PUBLICATIONSAll accepted papers will be published electronically in the LIPICS style by University of Rennes 1 with an ISBN (a USB key will be provided to the conference participants). After the conference, a special issue containing extended versions of the best accepted papers is going to be published in the IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications.
CONFERENCE FORMATPapers presentations will be presented in parallel sessions along the week. A half-day slot will be dedicated to demo tools.
|Paper submission:||30th January 2015|
|Notification:||1st March 2015|
|Final cameraready due:||29 March 2015|
|Conference:||9-12 June 2015|