call for papers and proposals

The Conference is currently accepting proposals for presentations and full papers for publication consideration. Proposals for presentations should be submitted via the online Proposal Submission Form. Full papers for publication consideration should be submitted as an attachment to the proposal form or via email attachment to jmdavis@fscj.edu. Please note that all papers selected for publication must also be presented at the Conference. Please see the Guidelines for Authors for additional information about paper submissions.

The theme of the conference is "Reality Learning," and we encourage the submission of proposals and papers that address this topic. The Conference will also stress the application of learning and motivation research and theory, in addition to applications of technology to higher education learning. Emphasis is on research and practice in teaching and learning with a focus on uses of innovative learning strategies and the Internet in face-to-face, blended, and online course development and instruction. We are especially interested in proposals combining innovative learning strategies, such as constructivist, immersive, and cooperative learning, as well as learning communities that use Web and advanced technologies.

Please visit Accepted Papers to view the list of faculty presentations accepted to date.

mobile and social learning event

The Conference is once again featuring an international mobile learning event. The event track will feature presentations by key pioneers and leaders in the field of mobile and social learning as well as opportunities to work with cutting-edge tools in this exciting new area of educational technology.

Conference Tracks

Proposals must be identified as ONE of the following tracks

Track 1:   Reality Learning
Track 2:   Virtual and Augmented Reality
Track 3:   Online and Blended Learning
Track 4:   Online Support Services
Track 5:   Basic Skills/Developmental Studies
Track 6:   Course Development
Track 7:   Student Analytics
Track 8:   Instructional Administration and Leadership
Track 9:   Military Education: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities
Track 10:  International Issues in Higher Education
Track 11:  Educational Gaming and Simulations
Track 12:  Mobile Learning and Social Learning
Track 13:  SIRIUS Academics Course Development and Implementation

TYPE/LENGTH OF PRESENTATIONS

The standard presentation will be theater-style seating for interactive presentations. Presenters may specify a room with or without multimedia. Multimedia rooms will be equipped with presentation systems that include a laptop, projection system, video screen, and sound system. Presenters may request either a PC or Macintosh multimedia platform. Individuals who indicate that they are bringing a laptop may be assigned to a multimedia room that does not provide a computer, but does provide a projection and sound system. Presentation rooms without multimedia will be equipped only with a standard overhead projector, a screen, and a flip chart, and will NOT support computer-based presentations.

Poster sessions are 90-minute presentations that take place in a large ballroom. Each poster session participant is assigned to a booth, for which the Conference provides a free-standing poster board, a table, wireless Internet access, and electricity. Poster session presenters requiring audiovisual equipment or hard-wired Internet access must provide their own or contact the hotel AV department and pay the hotel's published rates.

   

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