Welcome to Koli Calling!

Welcome to Koli Calling!

November 12 – 17, 2024

Doctoral consortium: November 12 – 13, 2024, Joensuu, Finland

Pre-conference workshop: November 13, 2024, Joensuu, Finland

Conference: November 14 – 17, 2024, Koli, Finland

Call for Papers

Koli Calling 2024 Call for Papers is now available!

Conference chairs

Prof. Dr. Andreas Mühling, Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany and Kiel University, Germany

Dr. Juho Leinonen, Aalto University, Finland

You can reach the conference chairs at chair@kolicalling.fi

Koli Calling News

Koli Calling is one of the leading international conferences dedicated to the exchange of research and practice relevant to the scholarship of teaching and learning and to education research in the computing disciplines. Koli Calling publishes high-quality papers that combine teaching and learning experiences with solid, theoretically anchored research. Koli Calling a single-track conference for original and novel work with research, practice and systems presentations as well as a keynote and invited talks. The conference is known for its moderate size, intimate atmosphere, and lively discussions.

There will be a pre-conference workshop held in Joensuu, Finland on November 13th, the conference itself will begin on November 14th in the afternoon (i.e. one day earlier than usual). There will be an asynchronous online part to offer presenting and discussing your work without traveling to Koli, but we hope to see most of you in-person again where the majority of accepted submissions will be presented. The main conference will be held traditionally at the Hotel Koli, located in scenic national park about 60km north of Joensuu, Finland.

The Koli Calling Doctoral Consortium will be organized before conference, November 12th – 13th as an in-person event at Joensuu. More details and a separate Call for Applications will be released soon.

The conference is organised by the Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education / Kiel University (Germany) and the Aalto University (Finland), in collaboration with the University of Eastern Finland.