Call for Abstracts
The EdFuture 2016 conference committee is led by Dr. Andrew J Lau (UCLA Extension) and Dr. Oliver Grundmann (University of Florida). Abstract submission for paper and poster presentations are open and should center around the use of technology, focusing on one or more of the following topics:
- Case studies of online education programs from faculty and instructional designers
- Student perceptions, attitudes, and behavior in relation to the integration of technology into the virtual and blended classroom
- Using technology to enrich student-to-student and student-to-instructor communication
- Designing, building, and fostering knowledge communities in online and blended classroom scenarios
- Utilizing learning analytics for learner engagement and/or data-driven decision making
- Integration of third-party applications with existing LMS and CMS platforms, including the best practices for developing and sustaining learning ecosystems
- Addressing the unique challenges of international online courses and programs
- Establishing partnerships and opportunities for information exchange between institutions
- Best practices that transcend face-to-face and online use of technology
- Accessibility concerns in designing inclusive online and blended learning environments
In addition to paper and poster presentations, ADEC’s EdFuture 2016 is an excellent way to meet peers from other institutions across the United States and the globe. Breakout sessions and roundtable discussions will provide unique networking opportunities along with deeper knowledge exchange.
The conference is open to both ADEC member institutions and non-member institutions. Register today to ensure your institution’s participation and engage with your peers.
The deadline for submissions is July 29, 2016.