ascilite 2014, Dunedin, New Zealand
The 2014 ascilite conference is due to take place in Dunedin, New Zealand at Otago Polytechnic from 23 – 26 November 2014.
Decades of research and development work in educational technology has revealed gaps between the promises of digital technologies and the concrete impact on teaching and learning practices. The 2014 ascilite conference offers a timely forum for leaders, practitioners, and researchers to reflect on and discuss the state-of-the-art and the state-of-the-actual , exploring the visionary rhetoric on educational technology and debating the imperfect reality of current educational practices. We warmly invite contributions describing critical perspectives on:
- Actual uses of emerging technologies and practices (e.g. MOOCs, OERs, virtual reality, mobile learning, games or gamification)
- Institution-wide technology integration (e.g. execution of digital strategies)
- Research evidence (e.g. impact-focussed methods such as educational design research, inquiry and action research and experimental studies)
- Learning design and technologies
- Learning analytics
- Educational technology and society
- The role of learning theories
|Submissions Open||31 March 2014|
|Online Registration Opens||April 2014|
|Deadline for Workshop submissions||30 May 2014|
|Deadline for Paper submissions (extended date)||21 July 2014|
|Deadline for Poster and Symposium submissions (extended date)||21 July 2014|
|Reviewing Process ends||13 August 2014|
|Completed Reviews sent back to authors (acceptance advice)||31 August 2014|
|Accepted papers/Revised papers due (full and concise)||17 September 2014|
|Early Bird Registration Fee deadline||3 October 2014|
|Standard Registration Fee applies||4 October 2014|
|Cancellation Policy (refund of 50%)||23 October 2014|
|No refunds||24 October 2014|
|Registrations close||22 November 2014|
|ascilite2014 Pre-Conference Workshops||23 November 2014|
|ascilite2014 Conference||24 – 26 November 2014|
2014 Conference Management Team
ascilite 2014 will be hosted by Otago Polytechnic and the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. The conference Convenors are Bronwyn Hegarty and Jenny McDonald.
Sponsors add a critical dimension to the conference through product displays, presentations and engagement with the academic community and the conference management team makes every effort to accommodate sponsors each year. Businesses interested in finding out about sponsorship opportunities associated with the annual conference should contact the ascilite Secretariat.
ascilite welcomes the following early sponsors for ascilite 2014.
Visit the conference website for regular updates and further details. Important conference updates are also published in the fortnightly ascilite bulletin sent to all members. If the information you seek is not available here or on the conference website, contact Sally Boult, the conference manager.
Strategic Importance of the ascilite Conference
The annual Conference, which is ascilite’s key event of the year, provides a forum for:
- the presentation of refereed full papers
- the presentation of refereed short papers
- poster sessions
The conference provides a significant opportunity to meet with peers and educational technology industry representatives to exchange ideas and information, initiate and build collaborations and also provides memorable opportunities for social interaction.