CMC 2004 - First International Conference on Concept Mapping

Pamplona Iruña, Navarra, Spain - September 14-17, 2004


Call for Papers

The First International Conference on Concept Mapping has as a purpose bringing together scholars and practitioners interested in the use of the concept mapping tool first developed at Cornell University in 1972. It is being organized by the Universidad Pública de Navarra and the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition.

The Conference is aimed at all persons interested in the use of concept maps, including, but not limited to: facilitation of learning; eliciting, capturing, archiving, and using “expert” knowledge; planning instruction; assessment of “deep” understandings; research planning; collaborative knowledge modeling; creation of “knowledge portfolios”; and administrative planning and monitoring. We expect participants from a broad range of fields presenting a wide variety of research and applications of concept mapping.

The papers should present substantial new results in theoretical, empirical and applied research and studies in all areas of concept mapping. All papers should be presented in Spanish or English. (There will be a session in Euskera, if you are interested please write an email to The Proceedings of the Conference will published as a book by the Universidad Pública de Navarra. Electronic copies of papers will be made available in CD and on the Conference web site, and will include abstracts in both Spanish and English.

Electronic paper submissions have two categories: full technical papers and poster papers. Full papers have a length of up to 8 pages while poster papers should have a maximum length of 4 pages.

Submission Deadline: Poster & Paper: Deadline has been extended to May 9, 2004.

Notification of Acceptance: June 15, 2004

Camera-ready Papers: July 8, 2004