EdTech 20171-2nd June 2017
Call for Abstracts
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FRIDAY 14 APRIL 2017
Dear ILTA Colleagues
The EdTech2017 Organising Committee invites contributions that align with the overall conference theme and associated topics below.
Theme: TEL in an Age of Supercomplexity: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies
Date: 1 – 2 June 2017
Venue: Sligo Institute of Technology, Sligo, Ireland
‘Supercomplexity’ is the shorthand term used by Prof. Ron Barnett to describe the state of affairs in which we find ourselves: one of uncertainty, unpredictability, challenge and change.
This concept is particular apt when describing today’s Irish technology-enhanced learning community as it grapples with: increasing demands with limited resources; new models of teaching, learning, assessment and accreditation; emerging strategies, policies and frameworks; and where traditional concepts of the professional, professionalism, and professional life are being reconstituted in an increasingly digital age. Barnett contends that it is impossible for individuals to resolve this overwhelming agenda in traditional terms. This is where EdTech2017 comes in.
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
The Irish Learning Technology Association invites you to contribute to this discourse from a range of local and international perspectives at EdTech2017 June 1-2 at IT Sligo where we consider TEL in an Age of Supercomplexity: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies.
Submission of abstracts are accepted at https://edtech2017.exordo.com for inclusion within 3 presentation formats: (i) Research – 500 word abstract (ii) Practitioner – 300 word abstract and (iii) *Gasta (brief rapid-fire micro presentations) 300 word abstract.
Selected submissions, particularly to the research track, will be invited to submit a full article to the open access journal of ILTA: the Irish Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning.
CLOSING DATE FOR ABSTRACTS
Please submit abstracts by 14th April via https://edtech2017.exordo.com
• Global challenges in Higher & Further Education
• Innovations and design in online & blended learning
• Assessment and feedback in a digital age
• Flexible learning
• Micro-Learning and Accreditation
• Learning analytics: research and practice
• Digital Identities and Literacies
• TEL Policy & Strategy
• Students as Partners
• Digital technologies in disciplinary contexts
Call for submissions
Conference registration open
Closing date for abstract submissions (max 500 words)
9 – 28 April
Review (double bind) by Review Committee
(Sign up to be a reviewer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org)
Draft Programme Published
Closing date early bird registration
Closing date for final abstracts for inclusion to Conference Programme & electronic conference proceedings
Closing date for presentation submissions
1 – 2 June 2017
EdTech 2017 Conference, Sligo IT, Sligo