Tuesday, December 12, 2006
Don't miss the opportunity to play an active part in EDUCAUSE 2007, "Information Futures: Aligning Our Missions," October 23–26 in Seattle, Washington—proposal submission deadlines are approaching. Submit a proposal online now for a preconference seminar or conference session—just complete the simple online submission forms accessible through the links below.
Preconference seminars are half- or full-day in-depth presentations on a specific topic or set of topics that attendees pay an additional fee to attend. Submit a proposal by January 16.
Conference sessions usually take the form of lecture-style paper presentations, panel discussions, poster sessions, or presentations offering a multi-institution perspective. Submit proposals byFebruary 6.
Benefits of Presenting
As a presenter, you'll not only help create an innovative and informative program, you'll also:
Gain recognition and spotlight your institution’s achievements
Make valuable contacts
Hone your public speaking skills
Build confidence and self-esteem
If your proposal addresses an effective technology-related practice or solution implemented on your campus, share it with colleagues by submitting your presentation content to the EDUCAUSE Resource Center's Effective Practices Service.
Consider submitting your material for publication in EDUCAUSE Quarterly. EQ authors receive full editorial support and gain valuable exposure and recognition in a professional forum.
E-Learn 2007 -- World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education
This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the exchange of information on research, development, and applications of all topics related to e-Learning in the Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education sectors.
We invite you to attend E-Learn 2007 and submit proposals for papers, panels, best practices, roundtables, tutorials, workshops, posters/demonstrations, and corporate showcases/demos. The Conference Review Policy requires that each proposal will be peer- reviewed by three reviewers for inclusion in the conference program, proceedings book, and CD-ROM proceedings.
The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to, the following topics as they relate to e-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education. All topics listed here.
The Technical Program includes a wide range of interesting and useful activities designed to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information. These include keynote and invited talks, full and brief paper presentations, poster/demonstration sessions, tutorials, workshops, panels, and best practice sessions. For Presentation Category descriptions, and information about what to submit with your proposal, click here.
Opportunities are available to showcase and market your products and services via the Product/Services Showcases and Product/Services. For information about these presentations, click here.
Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings book, abstracts book, and CD-ROM. These publications will serve as major sources of information for the e-Learning community, indicating the current state of the art, new trends and new opportunities.
All presented papers will be considered by the Program Committee for Outstanding Paper Awards. There will also be an award for Outstanding Student Paper (therefore, please indicate with your submission if the primary author is a full-time student).
Award winning papers will be highlighted in the AACE online periodical the AACE Journal. See previous award papers featured in the online Education & Information Technology Library.
The E-Learn Conference series originated as the WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet which was held in San Francisco (1996); Toronto, Canada (1997); Orlando, Florida (1998); Honolulu, HI (1999); San Antonio, TX (2000); and Orlando, Florida (2001). The conference was renamed to E-Learn and has been held in Montreal (2002), Phoenix (2003), Washington, DC (2004), Vancouver, Canada (2005), and Honolulu, Hawaii (2006).. E-Learn 2007 is the 12th in this series of internationally respected events.
We are looking for concurrent sessions that are 45 minutes long and forhands-on sessions that will be held in our 25 person computer lab thatare one hour and 45 minutes long. New this year is our web-based repository for presentations from theconference. Let us know if we can make your presentation accessible onour website (for a limited time). The last day to submit a presentation proposal is January 22, 2007. Proposals prior to that date are appreciated. This is a friendly, informal conference set in one of the most beautifulsmall towns in Colorado. Estes Park is less than a two hour drive fromDenver and is a wonderful vacation spot.
TELECOOP is the kind ofconference where you can wear a sweater, roll up your sleeves and getcomfortable.When you are considering your presentation remember that TELECOOP willprovide a computer, internet access, data projector, and speakers. If you need additional or different equipment, or are bringing your ownequipment, let us know in the appropriate space provided in the onlineproposal form. Also, remember you MUST bring a back up of yourpresentation in the event of internet access unavailability. (Technologyis great when it works).
I C O D L 2 0 0 7
4th International Conference in Open and Distance Learning
Forms of Democracy in Education: Open Access and Distance Education
Athens, Greece, November 2007
Organized by the:
· Hellenic Open University
· Open University of Cyprus
· Hellenic Network of Open & Distance Education
Applications of democratic management in alternative educational schemes
Open access, open learning, open education
National. International and cross – cultural networks
Transformation of conventional institutions to polymorphic institutions
Forms of democracy in distance education
Open universities and open schools: new educational and pedagogical challenges
Research in distance learning
Technologies of Information and Communication in the service of education
New pedagogical applications in distance learning
The Learning quality: strategies, policies, implementation
Evaluation in distance Education
Teacher or Tutor – Counsellor?
Lesson or Tutorial?
Manual or multidimensional and polymorphic teaching material?
1st Call for Papers
2nd Call for Papers
3rd Call for Papers
Paper submission deadline
5 April 2007
Notification of Authors
15 June 2007
Beginning of registration
15 July 2007
Submission of Final Papers
15 July 2007
The languages of the Conference will be English and Greek
The proceedings of the conference will be published in printed form
Detailed information (after November 2006):
http://www.eap.gr , http://www.ouc.ac.cy , http://www.opennet.gr
Antonis LionarakisAssist. Professor of Open and Distance Education, Hellenic Open University Scientific Association 'Hellenic Network of Open and Distance Education', PresidentEditor in Chief of the "Open Education" International Journal e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
RENAISSANCE WASHINGTON HOTELWASHINGTON, D.C.Campus Technology is seeking moderators, panelists, and campus teams for this year's highly interactive sessions at Campus Technology 2007: The Leadership Challenge.http://campustechnology.com/conferences/summer2007/index.aspHow can you become a Campus Technology 2007 presenter?Simply let us know how your area(s) of expertise intersect with our conference program goals. If we see a good fit, the Campus Technology 2007 program committee will work with you to develop the most effective and compelling conference session. You may be called upon to deliver or moderate a session, join a panel, or bring a team to tell your technology initiative story, and describe your steps to building true IT leadership on your campus.With a special focus on career- and leadership-building, our sessions will reflect the greatest concerns of technology leaders to help them:**Meet IT issues head on**Devise an actionable plan**Develop IT champions**Build a connected campus**Differentiate with IT investment**Secure funding and find new revenue streams for ITSAMPLE CONFERENCE TOPICS/SUBTOPICSIT LEADERSHIPConsensus building/Team buildingNetworking/ExchangeLeadership developmentOrganizational structureBudget strategies/Finding fundingManagement and business skillsInternal marketing for ITACADEMIC TECHNOLOGIESInstructional technologySmart classroomsTeaching with technology/Course designCollaboration and learning environments/CMS/LMSOnline and distance educationMobility/ConvergenceSocial networkingTablets/Laptops/DesktopsDisplay technologiesCAMPUS-WIDE SYSTEMS/IT INFRASTRUCTURE/ADMINISTRATIONAdministrative technology (ERP, eCommerce)Campus infrastructure (Networks, Security)Business continuityData warehousing/Data miningAcademic analyticsTelecom/VoIPCampus portals/Student information systemsePortfolio systemsOpen sourceCREATING A FUTURE VISION FOR THE CAMPUSEmerging technologiesNew social contexts for technologyHigh performance computing and research technologiesDon't see your favorite topic? Feel free to suggest a session topic with your response to our Call for Presenters.COMPLETE SUBMISSION GUIDELINES ARE ONLINE.http://campustechnology.com/conferences/summer2007/index.aspDEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS DECEMBER 15, 2006.Priority is weighted by date of submission. Notification of acceptance willbe made by February 15, 2007. Proposals will only be accepted electronically.See you in Washington, D.C. July 30-August 2!http://campustechnology.com/conferences/summer2007/index.asp
Friday, December 8, 2006
Presentation proposals are being accepted for the 5th Annual Illinois Online Conference (IOC) for Teaching and Learning. Featured speakers include Tony Bates, Margaret Maag, Chip Banks and Jonathan Finkelstein. For more information, go to our website at
Submissions will be accepted through December 13, 2006. The conference will be held February 14-16, 2007. Please submit your proposal here:
This year the Curriculum, Technology, and Education Reform (CTER) Online Master of Education Program from the University of Illinois will feature a hybrid conference live from the University of Illinois in Champaign and through the IOC community. Presenters and participants online will be given access to both the IOC and CTER conferences.
This conference - which is attended by participants from all across the globe - is held entirely on the Internet using: live virtual classrooms, recorded presentations, email, web poster sessions, synchronous chats, discussion areas, and other Internet technologies. IOC was created to focus on issues and concerns of K-20 classroom faculty and related technology support, learning resources, student services, and workforce development professionals.
IOC 2007 takes place in a LearningTimes Online Conference Community - an online environment in which groups of participants, both small and large, gather electronically to learn, collaborate and network. Not sure how an online conference works? Want to experience the conference community before registering? Highlights from last year's conference are available at:
For more information, please contact:
Stephen P. Garren
Director of Learning Technologies
Center for Technology and Professional Development
Lake Land College
5001 Lake Land Blvd.
Mattoon, IL 61938