Monday, August 16, 2010

E-Learn 2010 FINAL CALL ~ October 18 - 22, 2010 * Orlando, Florida

E-Learn 2010 -- World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education is an international, annual conference which serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the exchange of information on research, development, and applications of all topics related to e-Learning in these four sectors.

All presentation proposals are reviewed and selected by a respected, International Executive Advisory Board and Program Committee, based on merit and the perceived value for attendees. Accepted proposals will be included in the conference program and Proceedings, available on EdITLib - Education & Information Technology Digital Library.

E-Learn spans all disciplines and levels of education and attracts more than 1,000 attendees from over 60 countries. We invite you to attend E-Learn and submit proposals for presentations.

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Keynote & Invited Speakers and Workshops

Keynote Speakers
Tony Bates, Tony Bates Assoc. Ltd, Canada
Paul Kim, Stanford University, USA
Gardener Campbell, Baylor University, USA
Michelle Selinger, Cisco Inc., Australia
Invited Speakers
Vanessa Deneen, Florida State University, USA

Chuck Dziuban, Joel Hartman & Patsy Moskal, University of Central Florida, USA
Lawrence Johnson, NMC, USA

Colla Jean MacDonald, University of Ottawa, Canada

Andrew Ross, Florida Virtual School, USA

Brent Schlenker, eLearning Guild, USA

Michael Searson, Kean University, USA

Friday, August 13, 2010

The 2011 Teaching Professor Conference ~ May 20-22 ~ Atlanta, GA

For educators who are passionate about the art and science of teaching, The Teaching Professor Conference is the premier event in the U.S. There is no better forum for an exhilarating exchange of ideas with your colleagues.

The 2011 Teaching Professor Conference is the place to hear about the latest pedagogical research.
If you have previously submitted a proposal for past conferences, we sincerely ask you to submit again. And if you have never submitted a proposal for a workshop or poster session, we ask that you seriously consider this opportunity to share your work at the conference.

The Teaching Professor Conference will be held this May 20-22, 2011 at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.

Featured topical areas are:
Topical Area 1: Learning
Topical Area 2: Activities that Engage Students
Topical Area 3: Teaching Specific Types of Courses
Topical Area 4: Instructional Vitality: Ways to Keep Teaching Fresh and Invigorated
Topical Area 5: Teaching and Learning with Technology
Topical Area 6: Grading and Feedback

For more information about the proposal process and how to submit your proposal, please click here:

The Teaching Professor Conference is three intensive days of plenary sessions, workshops, poster sessions, and more. Here is your chance to be a part of it in 2011.

Deadline for proposal submissions is Friday, October 22nd, 2010.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy ~ Virginia Tech ~ February 3-4, 2011

Call for Proposals
All proposals must be submitted electronically using the Research/Practice Proposal Template or the Poster Proposal Template. Please follow the guidelines for the content construction of the three types of proposals: Research Sessions, Practice Sessions and Poster Sessions.

Call for Proposals
Due Date: Thursday, October 7, 2010


Session Types

Concurrent Sessions: Concurrent sessions provide the presenter with the opportunity to engage participants in either the research or practice of the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Research Sessions: Research sessions are designed to inform participants of the design, implementation and results of empirical research focused on teaching and learning in higher education. More details »

Practice Sessions: Practice sessions are focused on sharing, modeling and discussing higher education teaching and learning, while allowing for interaction among session participants. More details »

Poster Sessions: Poster sessions provide the contributor with the opportunity to present and discuss scholarly research and/or practice addressing higher education pedagogy with conference participants in an informal scholarly environment. More details »

Please Note: There will be a limited number of Concurrent Sessions, thus some authors who submit for a Concurrent Session may be asked to present as a Poster Session instead.

Potential Topics
Session topics may address a wide range of elements related to higher education pedagogy and the investigation, understanding and improvement of higher education teaching and learning. Session topics may be focused on a specific domain (e.g., English, Business, Engineering) or may be interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary or multidisciplinary.

Assessing Student Learning
Employing Innovative Pedagogy
Teaching for Individual Differences
Implementing Effective Strategies
Designing Effective Instruction
Integrating Technology Effectively
Creating Domain Specific Pedagogy (e.g., English, chemistry, engineering, history, art, wildlife science)
Funding and Publishing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Submit a Proposal
Proposals for either Concurrent Sessions or Poster Sessions must be submitted online.