Conference, EdTech, Higher Education

#et4online Call for Proposal Deadline EXTENDED

7th Annual Emerging Technologies 
for Online Learning
 International Symposium (#et4online)

#et4online 2014April 9-11, 2014 · Sheraton Dallas Hotel – Dallas, TX

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS DEADLINE IS THIS EXTENDED: Tuesday, November 5, 2013 until 12 noon (EASTERN TIME ZONE).

On behalf of the #et4online planning group, I would like to invite you to submit a proposal for the 7th Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium hosted by the Sloan Consortium and MERLOT. I am looking forward to #et4online in 2014, not only because it will be in my hometown y’all — but also for the brilliant speakers we have lined up for the featured sessions, invited workshops, and keynote.  The #et4online group is still looking for interactive and engaging sessions from presenters and faciliators from:

  • Higher Education and K-12 Faculty
  • Educational technology leaders
  • Instructional technologists
  • Students
  • Future professors and graduate students
  • Instructional designers
  • Academic administrators

Proposed sessions can be targeted to all attendees or novice, intermediate, or expert levels of proficiency. The symposium, devoted to the emerging and innovative uses of technology designed to improve teaching and learning online, will accept presentations that offer attendees “real solutions,” pioneering practices, and future trends. Symposium tracks highlight and demonstrate research, application and effective practices and emerging technological tools in the following areas:

  • Learning Environments
  • Open Education
  • Evidence-based Learning
  • Faculty and Student Development
  • Innovative Media and Tools

Submissions should emphasize evidence-based practice and the impact of topic tracks on teaching practices and student learning outcomes using a range of research methodologies (e.g. case study, longitudinal comparisons, within group comparisons, quasi-experimental, etc.) and rigorous approaches to the analysis of supporting data, qualitative or quantitative. More Information & Submit.

If you have questions or inquiries about this conference, or submitting your CFP before the deadline — please do not hesitate to reach out to me or either #et4online conference chairs, David Wicks (@drdavidwicks) & Michelle Pacansky-Brock (@brocansky).

Cheers,

Laura A. Pasquini, M.S. Ed.
Doctoral Candidate, Department of Learning Technologies 
http://lt.unt.edu/
Featured Sessions Chair, 
2014 #et4online Conference

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