Welcome to ICEAP 2020

The ICEAP is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in educational assessment and policy, and promotes collaborative excellence between educators/researchers and professionals from the related fields. The ICEAP also provides an international occasion for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap and promote research esteem.

The ICEAP 2020 welcomes full papers or abstracts that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation. All papers submitted for possible presentation at ICEAP and for publication in the proceeding or journal are subjected to a double-blind, peer review process for technical merit and content. Submissions are accepted in English. Due to the Uncertainty of the Coronavirus Situation, the Conference Uses VIRTUAL PRESENTATIONS.

Call for Papers

To submit an abstract. authors must create an account first. Then they can submit their abstracts by logging in to their account. The manuscript (full paper) can be submitted only after authors submit their abstract. The whole submission process is done fully online (NOT by email) to guarantee smooth administration. Letter of Acceptance (LOA) and Letter of Invitation (Lol) can be downloaded directly from your account once your abstract is accepted to be presented at the conference.

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Theme

THEME:
Advancing Technology and Artificial Intelligence in Assessment for Learning

ICEAP Proceedings Book

Proceeding Book 2019

Proceeding Book of 2nd ICEAP 2019 Participated countries are Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, Australia, Singapore, and United Kingdom.

Proceeding Book 2018 Vol. 2

Proceeding Book of 1st ICEAP 2018, Vol 2. Contains 17 authors from 20 Institutions. Participated countries are Indonesia, Malaysia, Phillipines and Thailand.

Proceeding Book 2018 Vol. 1

Proceeding Book of 1st ICEAP 2018, Vol 1. Contains 17 authors from 11 Institutions. Participated countries are Indonesia, United Kingdom, and Malaysia.