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EdMedia + Innovate Learning

June 25-29, 2018


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Submissions due Jan. 30, 2018


EdMedia + Innovate Learning, the premier international conference in the field since 1987, spans all disciplines and levels of education attracting researchers and practitioners in the field from 70+ countries.

This annual conference offers a forum for the discussion and exchange of research, development, and applications on all topics related to Innovation and Education.

EdMedia + Innovate Learning is an international conference organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)

Co-sponsored by the:


The following nine themes codify the vision and goals of EdMedia + Innovate Learning for advancement and innovation in:

Advanced Technologies for Learning and Teaching

Assessment and Research

Educational Reform, Policy, and Innovation

Evaluation and Quality Improvement Advances

Global Networks, Partnerships, and Exchanges

Innovative Approaches to Learning and Learning Environments

Open Education

Technologies for Socially Responsive Learning

Virtual and Distance Education

Who Attends?

Anyone can attend and/or submit proposals to present at conference. The  conference is designed to engage:

Educators in ALL disciplines


Educational administrators


Curriculum developers

Technology & education companies

Anyone with an interest in educational media

and technology


9th International Conference on New Horizons in Education (INTE)

The Association of Science, Education and Technology (TASET), Governors State University and Sakarya University are pleased to invite you to the 9th “International Conference on New Horizons in Education” to be held in Paris, France on July 18-20, 2018.

The main aim of this congress is to bring scholars, researchers, educators, students, professionals and other groups interested in education to present their works in educational studies. This conference is now a well-known educational event worldwide and the number of paper submissions and attendees are increasing each year. Prospective presenters are encouraged to submit proposals for oral, poster and video presentations that offer new research and theoretical contributions in the field of education.

All accepted papers will be published in the Proceeding Book.  All English papers will be published  in TOJET ( as a Special Issue. TOJET is indexed on Scopus and ERIC.  Modified version of selected papers will be published in peer reviewed journals such as TOJNED andTOJDEL.


You can submit your abstract through or email at:

For our all conferences please visit TASET at


Proposal & Abstract Submission Deadline: Until July 13, 2018

Full Paper Submission : Until August 20, 2018

Registration: Until July 13, 2018


2018 NMC Summer Conference

The Global EdTech Forum for Higher Education, Museums, Libaries and Schools

June 12-14, 2018

Denver, CO

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The NMC Summer Conference (#NMC18) is a one-of-a-kind event, attracting highly skilled education professionals interested in the integration of emerging technologies and innovative approaches into teaching, learning, and creative inquiry. Join us as we celebrate 25 years of sparking innovation, learning, and creativity!

Do you work every day to foster authentic learning? To improve the teaching profession? To spur innovation in your environment? The annual NMC Summer Conference is an ideal opportunity to share your work with participants who are just as passionate about driving real change in education and view edtech as an enabler. You have ideas and projects worthy of sharing, and we want to help you get them in front of people who will benefit from your vision — and help build upon it. Join us June 12-14 in Denver, Colorado and answer the call for proposals.

So, what’s it all about? Learn about the session tracks and types that will help define your proposal.


The Call for Proposals will open Monday, November 27, 2017

The Call for Proposals will close on Sunday, February 4, 2018.

Presenters will be notified in mid-March 2018.


TERS 2018

 Present and publish your educational technology research!

The Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) is honored to offer you the opportunity to present at the 2nd annual Technology Education Research Symposium (TERS) 2018!

Proposals are now being accepted at:

Priority submission deadline for proposals — Dec. 1, 2017
Deadline for proposals — Feb. 1., 2018
*Based on availability with no assurances of acceptance*
When is TERS 2018? April 14th, 2018

Where? Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
  • Present your educational technology research to others
  • Accepted publications will be published in Volume 2, Issue 1 of the PAECT: Technology Education Research Journal
  • Attend sessions to learn from other Ed Tech leaders and researchers

Who should attend?

Higher education faculty

Doctoral students

Educational Technology researchers


School Administrators

Corporate e-learning specialists

Instructional technology specialists

Anyone interested in educational technology research topics!

Click here to submit a proposal for presentation, publication, and to learn more about this event.

Educational Forum Themed issue on Educator Activism in Politically Polarized Times

Call for Manuscripts for Themed Issue

The Educational Forum

Volume 82, No. 3

Educator Activism in Politically Polarized Times

Editors: Alan Amtzis, Tabitha Dell’Angelo, and Ryan Flessner

Due date: November 1, 2017

What is the impact of political polarization on curricula, pedagogy, funding, and other imposed policies across the educational landscape? How are P-16+ educators and school leaders responding to politically motivated intellectual and policy challenges at the school level? In what ways are teacher educators revising their materials and methods in response to political strife? How are educators negotiating political conflicts with government and community stakeholders at all levels?

For example, some educators in the UK hope to revive political education at the school level as a means to create a more civically literate society. Similarly, in the US, where the federal administration has taken controversial stances on climate change, civil rights, and immigration, many teachers are adjusting curricula and pedagogy to emphasize and retain access to social and scientific knowledge important to a just and inclusive democracy. In many countries and cultures around the globe, educational processes are being mediated by state-sponsored mandates. This themed issue seeks to explore and highlight the educational advocacy and activist work being done in the name of global literacy, social justice, and resistance in a political climate where new filters on knowledge may seek to dismantle public education and affiliated social institutions by limiting critical perspectives in students’ educational experience.

Research articles, essays, and policy briefs might address questions or ideas such as:

  • the ways schools and communities are implementing strategies that recognize and respond to conditions that contribute to (or address) education inequity
  • the methods educators are taking to actualize and maintain strong social justice stances in and out of the classroom
  • the approaches educators, students, and communities are taking to organize as participants in the growing movement to resist political agendas
  • the individual or local pedagogic practices and wide-scale reforms being implemented to ensure student access to all knowledge

These questions suggest topic areas but are not exhaustive. We encourage submissions not only from scholars and researchers but also from students, teachers, and community members.

Submissions should not exceed 7,000 words, including all references.

We seek previously unpublished thematic essays or empirical research. For full instructions, please visit:

Submission deadline: November 1, 2017. Submissions must be made at:

Please include the code “823” at the beginning of your manuscript title.

For more information, please contact the issue co-editors:

Dr. Alan Amtzis (,

Dr. Tabitha Dell’Angelo (, or Dr. Ryan Flessner (


Methods for Analyzing and Leveraging Online Learning Data

Call for Chapters

Please Visit: 

Hello, all:

I am editing a book titled “Methods for Analyzing and Leveraging Online Learning Data.”  I am interested in data from MOOCs, LMSes, online training platforms, mobile learning platforms, education-applied social media platforms, and so on.

Would any of you have chapter proposals or possible draft works?  Finalized chapters would be due Nov. 30, 2017.


Dr. Shalin Hai-Jew

Kansas State University


Social Network Analysis, Learning Analytics, & Adaptive Learning: Keeping up with big data

ICEM Graduate Students Panel Presentations in Emerging Technologies

AECT 2017 conference, Jacksonville, FL., U.S.A.

Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront
November 7 – November 11, 2017
Jacksonville, Florida        

An active professional community should observe and facilitate the contributions of graduate students.  ICEM-USA has long history of support for graduate students’ professional and personal growth. ICEM-USA is committed to build and support a learning community for ICEM graduate students.


  1. This panel discussion is a collaborative session that provides a forum for graduate students from all over the world to share their research and practices in emerging technologies at AECT 2017 conference, Jacksonville, FL., U.S.A.

  2. Up to six panelists will be selected.  Each student would have 5-10 minutes (vary from the numbers of participants)  to present their current research or practices on the annual emerging technology theme.

  3. An ICEM-USA professional member will facilitate this panel discussion while ICEM-USA professional members will serve as commentators at the end of the discussions to support graduate students panelists to continue and improving their professional growth in the theme topics.

Theme for 2017: Social Network Analysis, Learning Analytics, & Adaptive Learning: Keeping up with big data

  • Any topics in the annual theme, particularly the combinations of different areas, but not limited to.

  • The topics can be research based, practices, technology demonstration, case study etc.


  • Any graduate students who study anywhere on earth at the time of submitting the proposals.

  • If the proposal is accepted, the participants are required:

    • to agree to present at the AECT annual conference

    • to register for the AECT annual conference.

    • to join as an AECT student member


  • Proposal Due Date: July 20, 2017

  • Author Notification: July 31, 2017

  • Proposal: One-page in length.  E-mail to Chih-Hsiung Tu at:

For more information see:–GYZ2mp5DE52hMfR14YMdaaL_dpih13D1yWCA/edit?usp=sharing

Please forward any correspondence to Chih-Hsiung Tu Ph.D., ICEM-U.S.A. Deputy, at


LLAMA Proposals ALA Annual New Orleans

LLAMA is now accepting program proposals for the 2018 ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans, June 21-26. Please note that beginning in 2018, all programs will be one-hour long.

To begin your online proposal, log into the ALA system by clicking on the link below. Anyone can submit a proposal, regardless of membership status.

When completing the proposal form, be sure to select the Library Leadership and Management Association to have your proposal reviewed by LLAMA.

Program Proposal Submission Site (login or create a new account to enter)

Submission Deadline: August 25, 2017

Additional information about submitting a proposal can be found using these links:

ALA Program Proposal Process Information

Program Submission Information Packet

Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.



Fred Reuland
Program Officer, Continuing Education
Library Leadership and Management Association
A division of ALA
50 East Huron Street
Chicago, IL 60611

International Journal of Teacher Education and Professional


Development Editor-in-Chief: Molly Zhou


Published by IGI Global:


The Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Teacher Education and Professional Development (IJTEPD) invites authors to submit manuscripts for consideration in this peer reviewed, scholarly journal. The following describes the mission, coverage, and guidelines for submission to IJTEPD.



The mission of the International Journal of Teacher Education and Professional Development (IJTEPD) is to offer important perspectives on teaching and learning and to provide a forum for teacher education in an international context. IJTEPD will bridge the discussion and dialogue of teaching as a profession together while integrating the theoretical, practical, and pedagogical discourse as the core to teaching and learning. The objectives of this journal will be to contribute to continued discussion on teacher education, to create a venue for teacher education professionals to share and learn together, and to provide a platform for open discussion of teaching and learning in an international context.



  • Accreditation
  • Assessment
  • Curriculum Development
  • Diversity
  • Educational Research
  • Educational Technology
  • Instructional Technology
  • Issues in Education
  • Teacher Education
  • Teacher Training
  • Teaching and Learning



Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit their original empirical research articles 3,000–8,000 words in length. Interested authors must consult the journal’s guidelines for manuscript submissions at prior to submission. All submitted articles will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis by no fewer than 3 members of the journal’s Editorial Review Board and 1 Associate Editor. Final decision regarding acceptance/revision/rejection will be based on the reviews received from the reviewers and at the sole discretion of the Editor-in-Chief.


All manuscripts must be submitted through the E-Editorial Discovery™ online submission manager. Please see the link at the bottom of this page.


Inquiries can be forwarded to the Editor-in-Chief, Molly Zhou, at




2017 Leadership in Higher Education Conference

October 19-21, 2017 in Baltimore, Md

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If you serve in a leadership role on campus, here’s your chance to get involved in a conference developed just for academic leaders.

Brought to you by Magna Publications, producers of Academic Leadernewsletter and the Teaching Professor Conference, the Leadership in Higher Education Conference is accepting speaking proposals for its 2nd annual conference, Oct. 19–21 in Baltimore.

As a session presenter, you’ll make a meaningful contribution to this dynamic and interactive conference. You’ll extend you own network and grow professionally. You’ll help other academic leaders examine the challenges, issues, and trends affecting management in higher education today—and return to campus with an invigorated outlook and an actionable plan for change.

Submitting a proposal is easy.  Areas of interest include the following tracks; however compelling and relevant proposals that fall outside of these designated topics are also welcome:

Topical Area 1: Best Practices for Deans and Department Chairs

Topical Area 2: Leadership and Management

Topical Area 3: Evaluation and Program/Department Assessment

Topical Area 4: Faculty Hiring and Development

Topical Area 5: Issues and Trends in Higher Education


Featuring two-and-a-half intensive days of plenary sessions, preconference workshops, concurrent sessions, and roundtable discussions, the Leadership in Higher Education Conference provides insights to help academic leaders set direction, solve problems, and make a positive imprint on their campus.

This is your opportunity to share your expertise at a conference of your peers.

For more information about the proposal process and how to submit your proposal, please go here.

Submissions are due March 31, 2017.

Presenters are responsible for their own conference registration fee, travel, and lodging.