Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education (APSCE)
Founded 1 Jan 2004. Evolved from Asia-Pacific Chapter of G-XG7253 - Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Statutes adopted 21 Jan 2004. Amended: 8 Dec 2004; 12 Jul 2007; 27 May 2010; 5 Oct 2010; 11 Jan 2012; 1 Jan 2014.
Promote conduct and communication of research employing the use of computing technologies in education within the Asia-Pacific region and internationally; encourage and support the academic activities of researchers in member countries and nurture a vibrant research community of younger as well as more experienced researches; enhance international awareness of research conducted by researchers in member countries; obtain greater representation of active researchers from the Asia-Pacific region in committees of related leading academic and professional organizations and the editorial boards of reputable journals.
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