International Journal of Designs for Learning
STUDENT DESIGN CASE SLAM
Are you a student of instructional design or learning sciences?
Have you designed an instructional project, in class or outside of class?
Share your design with other designers!
Sign up for the Student Design Case SLAM at AECT 2016 in Las Vegas. Bring your project and leave with a manuscript ready to submit to the journal.
The International Journal of Designs for Learning (IJDL), a peer-reviewed journal sponsored by AECT and Indiana University, publishes design cases – descriptions of designs for learning written by designers for other designers. A design case focuses on helping the reader get a vicarious experience of the artifacts, environments or experiences you have created to support or enhance learning.
The Student Design Case SLAM, an AECT Workshop scheduled on October 17 at the 2016 convention, will take you from idea to draft manuscript in a single day!
Let us know what your project will be. Come on your own or sign up with one or more people who worked on this design with you. Write like crazy and submit your manuscript at the end of day. We will have five editors from the journal on hand to work with you throughout the day, and to ask you thought-provoking questions that will help you get at the heart of the ingenuity embodied in your design. A panel of readers will give you feedback and for fun we will award some prizes in the afternoon. Every submitted manuscript will be placed in the review process for IJDL.
Questions? Send them to Elizabeth Boling < firstname.lastname@example.org >
We look forward to seeing you at the Student Design Case SLAM!