Milestone reached: EC-TEL classed in CORE ranking

Milestone reached: EC-TEL classed in CORE ranking

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The annual European Conference for Technology-Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL) has been admitted to the conference ranking of the Computing Research and Education Association of Australasia (CORE).

EC-TEL classed as well-regarded conference

EC-TEL, the flagship event of the EATEL, has been classed as a “well regarded” conference in its discipline area in the CORE ranking (B). This means that EATEL’s strong efforts for submission have been rewarded and a major milestone has been reached.

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About the CORE ranking

CORE assesses major conferences in computing and education to advance research and practice in that area. To evaluate the relevance and quality of conferences, CORE committees considers

  • how well papers from the conferences are cited,
  • the researchers that are engaged and publish at the conference, and
  • the status of the conference’s Publication Chair

CORE considers various indicators such as citation rates, paper submission and acceptance rates by assessing data from Google Scholar (h5 and h-index), Elsevier, ACM and influential papers from the venue among others.

CORE is an association of university departments of computer science in Australia and New Zealand.