Cognitively Informed Systems:
Utilizing Practical Approaches to Enrich Information Presentation and Transfer
This page contains some of the statistics related to the above edited book that reflect some information that you may be curious to know concerning the contributions that it has attracted to date. Many of the participating researchers have published before in similar topics in various international conferences and journals which qualifies their chapters to reflect the state-of-the-art in their respective areas.

I would like to thank all those who reflected an interest in this publication especially those of them who contributed with a chapter as they helped ensure that topics span a wide range of approaches that complement each other.
Potential contributions have been received from the countries listed below:
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
New Zealand
Portugal
Scotland
Singapore
Spain
Taiwan
United Kingdom
United States of America
A sample of the areas that submitted chapters cover are listed below:
Multi-agent software
Experiential/situated learning
Virtual Reality in Education
Adaptability
Collaboration in Learning
Constructivist Approach to Learning
Web Searching
Models and Case studies
Cognitive Maps
The number of accepted proposals from the chapters received is: 32
The number of full chapter submissions received before the deadline is: 28
The span of author qualifications: graduate students to full professors