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Come to Boise for Northwest eLearn

NWeLearn 2018 Conference NWeLearn 2018 is in Boise this year! This annual conference brings a great and affordable opportunity to learn and share about teaching and learning best practices, accessibility, elearning, program compliance, teaching tools, data analytics, and many more interesting

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CIDER Sessions: Call for presenters

CIDER Sessions: Call for presenters As we look ahead to our 2018-19 season of CIDER Sessions, we invite researchers working in distance, distributed, online, or blended education to present in our ongoing monthly seminar series. The Canadian Initiative for Distance Education

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Call for Proposals: The Educational Technology section of the Routledge Encyclopedia of Education

The Educational Technology section of the Routledge Encyclopedia of Education is open for proposals and submissions. Proposals should be sent to the section editor, Mike Spector (mike.spector@unt.edu) . Submissions are sought in four areas: 1.      Definitions, history and background R&D 2.      Representative

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Call for Chapters: Universal Access Through Inclusive Instructional Design: International Perspectives on UDL

SUBMIT A CHAPTER PROPOSAL Interested in sharing your perspectives and work promoting universal access through inclusive instructional design? The editors invite you to submit a chapter proposal by June 30, 2018. Chapter proposals (about 400-600 words) should contain the following:

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Education, Teacher Education, and Higher Education Open Access Journals

Dr. Ross Perkins and I have done some research on open access journals and Perkins maintains http://edtechjournals.org But I have been curious about what open access journals are out there that focus more generally on education, educational psychology, teacher education, and

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Call for Chapters: Advanced Research and Practice in K-12 Online and Blended Learning

Editors Tina L. Heafner, Ph.D. Professor of Social Studies Education University of North Carolina at Charlotte Department of Middle, Secondary and K-12 Education Cato College of Education Richard Hartshorne, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Instructional Design & Technology University of Central

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Call for Papers: Special issue call for papers from Information Discovery and Delivery

Guest editor(s): Dr. Xu Du National Engineering Research Center for E-Learning, Central China Normal University Wuhan China Dr. Jui-Long Hung Department of Educational Technology Boise State University Boise, ID USA Dr. Chih-Hsiung Tu, Educational Technology College of Education Northern Arizona

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Educational Technology, Instructional Design, and Online Learning Conferences Summer 2018

The following list was adapted from Clayton R. Wright’s Educational Technology and Education Conferences List #39. Please refer to Wright’s complete list for other conferences as well as each conference website for more details. Each year I attend AECT, AERA,

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Call for Manuscripts: Learning and Identity in Virtual Learning Environments

Guest editors Aroutis Foster & Mamta Shah Drexel University Scope This special issue of The Journal of Experimental Education seeks to provide education scholars with insight into current theoretical and methodological approaches to conceptualize, facilitate, and empirically examine learning and identity in

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Call for Chapters: “Storytelling outside the context of entertainment, where the narration progresses as a sequence of patterns impressive in quality, relates to a serious context, and is a matter of thoughtful process”

In human culture, storytelling has a long tradition. The reasons why stories have been told are manifold: to entertain, to transfer knowledge between generations, to keep cultural heritage, or to warn others of dangers. With the emergence of the digitalization

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