CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 27th ICDE World Conference: Teaching in a Digital Age - Re-thinking Teaching & Learning

 
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Your Opportunity to Present on the Frontiers of Online, Open and Flexible Learning to 2,000 Delegates from 95 Countries.


Share your experiences and expertise with other faculty, instructors, students, researchers, academic administrators, technology experts, industry leaders, and policy makers from North America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Pacific Nations, Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, and Arab States.

Under the theme of Teaching in a Digital Age, all sessions in the Conference program examine the ways in which teaching and learning are responding to new challenges and opportunities across five tracks:

1. Emerging Pedagogies and Designs for Online Learning
2. Expanding Access, Openness and Flexibility
3. Changing Models of Assessment
4. New Delivery Tools and Resources for Learning
5. Re-Designing Institutional Business Models

Click here for more information on the Theme and Tracks.

Now is the time to submit your proposal focusing on a topic that offers grounded experience using interactive presentation strategies involving your audience. All proposals must align to one of the five tracks above.

While the majority of presentations will be in English, presentations in French and Spanish are also possible. Translation of these presentations into English cannot be guaranteed.

Using the Oxford Abstract system configured specifically for the World Conference, you can easily create an account and submit details on your proposal, including an abstract of up to 600 words.

The deadline for proposals is April 30, 2017.

All proposals will be peer reviewed.

In response to requests from many of the 1,000 prospective delegates from around the world who have already expressed an interest in attending the World Conference on Online Learning in 2017 in Toronto, we are also offering an Early Approval Option.

All proposals received by December 31, 2016, will be peer reviewed in January 2017 and considered for early acceptance and early allocation of a space in the program. You will receive a response within eight weeks of receipt of your proposal.

Visit the World Conference on Online Learning portal for full details on the Call for Proposals and how to submit your proposal.