Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Call for abstracts | EDTECH 2016: ReConstituting TEL - Rising to the Challenge

Date: 26 – 27 May 2016
Venue: Law Society of Ireland, Education Centre, Blackhall Place, Dublin, Ireland





The events of Easter 1916 are of seminal importance in Irish history. What began as a small uprising in the centre of Dublin on Easter Monday set in motion a series of developments which ultimately led to Irish independence in 1922. The Government of Ireland has launched national and international program of events to reflect on the past 100 years, and to re-imagine our future under the following themes: remembering the past; reconciling and respecting all traditions; presenting Ireland to the world; imagining our future; and celebrating our achievements (www.ireland.ie).
The EdTech2016 theme ‘ReConstituting TEL: Rising to the Challenge’ affords us the opportunity to: reflect on the current state of TEL in Ireland in 2016; celebrate our achievements to this point; and consider the opportunities and challenges presented within an increasingly globalised, and uncertain world.
We invite you to contribute to this discourse from a range of local and international perspectives - pedagogical, research, innovation, policy and organisational - at EdTech2016 on May 26-27 at the Law Society of Ireland, Dublin (http://ilta.ie/edtech/edtech-2016).

Closing date for abstracts
11th April 2016 to http://edtech2016.exordo.com/

Conference topics
Submission of abstracts are accepted at http://edtech2016.exordo.com/ for inclusion within 3 presentation formats (i) Research (ii) Practitioner and (iii) *Gasta (brief rapid-fire micro presentations). Conference topics include the following:
  • Online Education (teaching, learning & assessment)
  • Blended Learning
  • Further Education and Training
  • Digital Literacies for All Stakeholders – students, staff, institutions and governments
  • Evaluation for impact  - contributing to the evidence-base
  • Learning trends & technologies
  • Digital & identities, competencies & literacies
  • Digital Identity
  • Data Analytics
To submit an abstract
  1. Visit https://edtech2016.exordo.com/
  2. Create an account / login by entering your email, name and a password
  3. Click submit paper
  4. Follow the steps as prompted.

Key Dates

14th March 2016
Call for abstracts - http://edtech2016.exordo.com/
Conference 
registration open - http://edtech2016.exordo.com/
11th April 2016
Closing date for abstract submissions
22nd April 2016
Notification of Authors
29th April 2016
Early bird offer closes
6th May 2015
Final versions of accepted abstracts accepted for inclusion to Conference Programme
25th May 2015
Closing date for presentation submissioms
26th – 27th May 2015
EdTech 2016 Conference, Law Society of Ireland