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2019 “Shaping the Future of Education, Communication and Technology”
17-19 June 2019 at Chu Hai College of Higher Education, Hong Kong
Website – http://www.hkaect.org/hkaect2019 | Email – email@example.com
Technology has significant impact on education and communication. On the one hand, the whole learning process can be digitized, captured and analyzed that the data informs academic and practitioners for a continuous improvement in curriculum development, teaching philosophy, pedagogy, learner characteristics, student engagement, assessment and feedback. On the other hand, to a broader perspective, technology changes the way we communicate, in form of interpersonal communication, small group communication, mass media and journalism, new media, and social media. HKAECT International Conference 2019 provides a forum for exchanges of theory and practices on technology in education and communication. This platform provides a linkage between local and international academics and practitioners, and among institutions, society and the world. HKAECT International Conference 2019 aims to enhance the contribution of applied research and scholarship; support the development and application of new conceptual frameworks; improve the quality of contemporary practices; and encourage the continuous revisit of theories.
HKAECT International Conference 2019 cordially invites submissions for the below topics, but will not be restricted to:
⚫ Curriculum development, pedagogy and Instructional designs
⚫ Role and nature of knowledge, teaching philosophies
⚫ Professional development and leadership
⚫ Learner characteristics and student engagement
⚫ Online learning, Open Education Resources (OER) and MOOCs
⚫ Multimedia, interaction and learners’ community building
⚫ Learning analytics, assessment and feedback
⚫ Interpersonal relationship and communication
⚫ Newspaper, magazine, radio, TV and online news
⚫ Advertising, public relations, social and political advocacy
⚫ New media, social media, crossmedia and mobile communication
⚫ Ethical issues Other relevant topics would also be considered.
Full Paper Submission
Please submit the manuscript in 8 – 14 pages to Easychair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hkaect2019 ). The full paper submission will go through a blind peer review process. Accepted full papers will be included in a volume of the Educational Communications and Technology Yearbook series, published by Springer.
Please submit 500 words extended abstract to Easychair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hkaect2019 ). The abstract should clearly state the research objective, research question, the hypotheses (if any), the method, the findings, and the implications. The abstract will go through a blind peer review process. Accepted abstracts will be included in the Conference Program booklet and authors will be invited to present at the conference.
15 October 2018 Full paper submission due
15 November 2018 Notification of acceptance of full paper
15 December 2018 Full paper authors’ registration due
15 January 2019 Presentation abstract submission due
15 February 2019 Notification of acceptance of presentation abstract
15 March 2019 Early bird registration due
17-19 June 2019 HKAECT International Conference 2019
Call for papers
Psychology of Women and Equalities Review Special Issue
Feminisms and Leadership
‘Leadership’ is a highly regulative practice, and is pervasive in our personal and political realms. Under late capitalism, academic and popular discourse continues to represent leadership in gender essentialist terms, through the figure of the ‘great man’. Notions of the ‘great leader’ are rarely tied to colonial domination, which consolidated leadership as the natural and legitimate enterprise of white, ‘civilizing’ masculinity (Mohanty, 2004). This is reflected in the ongoing proliferation of leadership as a marker of individual stature, and the reproduction of white patriarchal power in global corporate and political spaces.
Feminist attention has been dedicated to understanding differential leadership experiences within this highly gendered terrain. However, a wealth of feminist literature continues to promote women’s leadership in these spaces without dismantling the spaces themselves. Moreover, unchecked histories of racism, sexism, classism, and ableism function to keep notions of ‘successful’ leadership firmly within the confines of dominant globalizing forces.
The call: “Do not become the master’s tool!” (Ahmed, 2017, p. 160), inspires the commitment that we will never use the master’s tools (Lorde, 1984) to resist these forces. Following this commitment, current feminist work in psychology calls for collective feminist leadership and resistance through ‘feminist counter-publics’ (Rúdólfsdóttir & Jóhannsdóttir, 2018). More broadly, Lewis and Pullen (2018) call for the strengthening of feminist work in organizational studies, arguing: “…we have never needed it more than we do now” (p. 108).
In the spirit of these calls to action, this special issue invites feminist work that rewrites notions of ‘successful’ leadership in psychology and related academic and non-academic disciplines. Contributions may include, but are not limited to work that considers:
* Intersections of race and class, gender, sexuality, and/or disability, with leadership.
* Leadership in contexts of feminist activism, movements, and political resistance.
* Reimagining leadership in/outside of elite or corporate contexts.
* Bad or ‘toxic’ leadership.
Contributions may include original articles (up to 3000-7000 words), observations and commentaries (up to 2500 words) or creative pieces (up to 2000 words). Submissions will be subject to the usual peer review process. The deadline for submissions is January 7th 2019. Queries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org Lucy Thompson (email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>).
Call for Submissions
Volume 2, Issue 2 (December 2018)
Aim and Scope
Marketing Libraries Journal (MLJ) is a peer-reviewed, independently published, open-access scholarly journal that focuses on innovative marketing activities that libraries are engaged in. Our aim is to publish research and practical examples of library marketing campaigns, library marketing research, public relations campaigns, SWOT analysis, segmentation research, assessment of marketing activities, and tools used for marketing activities. In addition to peer reviewed articles, the Journal also contains practical articles from different columns. Columnists will be accepting shorter articles on advocacy, branding, library marketing campaigns, “from the trenches”, and technology tools. The Journal is published twice a year.
Guidelines for Submissions
The editorial board seeks submissions in the following two categories:
1. Articles (peer reviewed) (20-25 pages): research-driven articles that aim to provide original scholarship in the field of library marketing, communications, and outreach.
2. Practical Articles (editorial reviewed) (8-10 pages) : articles from different columns (advocacy, branding, “from the trenches”, campaigns, and technology). Practical articles are reflective and provide best practices, however they should be written in an academic tone (3rd person).
• Manuscript style should follow the conventions of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition
• Submissions should be 12 point font, Times New Roman, and double-spaced with 1 inch margins on all sides
• Page number and running head should be placed in the upper right-hand corner of each page
• The title page should be submitted as a separate document and include each author’s name, affiliation, and e-mail address
• Submitted manuscripts should begin with a 100-word abstract, with a list of 5 keywords, numbered as page 1
• One submission per author per call
• Allow 3 months for manuscript status notification
Scholarly Submissions http://journal.
Practical (Column) Submissions http://journal.
Please ensure that your manuscript has not been previously published and is not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Review of manuscripts will begin after the call for papers deadline. When a manuscript has been accepted for publication, authors will be required to submit a complete electronic copy of the final version.
Editorship and Ethics
We reserve the right to make editorial changes for style, clarity, and consistency. To ensure ethical practices, all reviewers, editors, and authors must contact the Journal if there may be any conflict of interest. For more information, please contact the editors at email@example.com
The Journal is open access “gold” and “green”. There are no author processing fees. Authors are never charged any article submission or processing fees. Both readers and authors can access articles for free. Authors can self archive their articles at the time of publication. Authors can self archive in digital repositories or on their own personal websites at publication. Please ensure to indicate the URL of the journal when self archiving. Authors retain copyright and full publishing rights. Articles are published under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
Indexing and Discoverability
Marketing Libraries Journal is indexed in the International ISSN database, World Cat, Ulrich’s Serials Directory, and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
Personal essay contributions are desired for a proposed edited book: Feminist Pilgrimage: Journeys of Discovery.
Editor: Stacy Russo, Librarian/Associate Professor, Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, California, firstname.lastname@example.org
How is “Feminist Pilgrimage” Being Defined?
Within this context, a feminist pilgrimage is understood as one of the following:
• a journey taken to visit an important feminist landmark, artwork, or individual.
• traveling to a destination as a means of radical self-care, discovery, and/or healing, such as returning to one’s home land; taking a solo road trip; going on a personal or group retreat; or making a journey to a place that has deep personal meaning.
• a pilgrimage taken for personal or professional reasons that is performed with a feminist vision.
How is Feminism Being Defined?
There are many definitions and understandings of feminism. One’s understanding may also evolve over time through personal and collective experiences. For the purposes of allowing for the most self-expression and freedom in the creative process, the editor is not providing an overarching definition.
All genders are welcome as contributors. Only non-fiction, first-person accounts are desired. Writing should be in the form of a personal essay. Text-only works and works including artwork with text will be considered. Fictional pieces and poetry will not be accepted. Original works that have not been previously published are preferred. Previously published essays will be considered, but you will need to gain permissions for re-publication and provide proof of the permission. Writing should be free of highly theoretical language and academic jargon. Footnotes and references, if any, should be minor. Tone should be for a crossover general and academic audience.
Please submit proposals of up to 500 words by November 1, 2018. Include an author’s bio of up to 150 words. Within your proposal, please provide a clear representation of what your essay will entail. What was your pilgrimage? Where did you travel? What did you discover? Why was the pilgrimage important to you? How does it relate to your understanding of feminism? After review of your proposal, you will be contacted regarding your submission. Please do not submit completed works at this stage. Send your proposal to email@example.com
If your proposal is accepted, your final essay must be 1,500 – 4,000 words and submitted publication-ready. If you believe your piece requires a good amount of editing or it does not fit within the required word count, please seek the assistance of an editor prior to your final submission. Pieces that require extensive editing will not be published. Once your final work is submitted, only light grammatical editing will occur.
• Deadline for Proposals and Bios: November 1, 2018
• Notifications on Proposals Sent: December 1, 2018
• Deadline for Publication-Ready Essays: June 1, 2019
All contributors will receive a copy of the published book and will be invited to participate in any book-related events.
Stacy Russo, a librarian and associate professor at Santa Ana College in Santa Ana, California, is a writer, poet, and artist. Her book publications include A Better World Starts Here: Activists and Their Work (forthcoming); Love Activism (Litwin Books); We Were Going to Change the World: Interviews with Women from the 1970s/1980s Southern California Punk Rock Scene (Santa Monica Press); Life as Activism: June Jordan’s Writings from The Progressive (Litwin Books); and The Library as Place in California (McFarland). Her articles, poetry, and reviews have appeared in Feminist Teacher, Feminist Collections, American Libraries, Counterpoise, Library Journal, Chaffey Review, Serials Review, and the anthology Open Doors: An Invitation to Poetry (Chaparral Canyon Press). She holds degrees from the University of California, Berkeley; Chapman University; and San Jose State University.
Please reach the editor, Stacy Russo, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Thank you for your interest in this exciting and inspiring project!
Creativity and Creativity Enhancement Special issue of The IAFOR Journal of Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences
Call for Papers for Special Issue on Creativity and Creativity Enhancement – Guest Editor (Dr. Arpan Yagnik) Spring 2019:
We invite you to submit your manuscript for an upcoming special issue of The IAFOR Journal of Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences. This special issue is on advancing a robust understanding of Creativity and Creativity Enhancement. the Guest Editor is Dr Arpan Yagnik, Penn State Behrend.
Abstract submissions are now open
Abstract submissions will close September 30, 2018
Editorial Board final review and expected publication: Spring 2019
Creativity is a powerful force allowing individuals to connect the seemingly unconnected and broaden the horizons of human imagination. Creativity is highly valued in the contemporary American society. Creativity is one of the most sought after skills by recruiters along with communication. Creative individuals and ideas have a special place in society due to their high impact contributions.
In this issue we invite paper proposals from researchers of diverse backgrounds whose work touches upon the theoretical or the applied aspects of creativity or enhancement of creativity in any of the following areas:
- Community Development
- General Psychology
- Human Development & Family Studies
- Mental and Physical Health
- Technology & Innovation
Studies of creativity in different contexts, cultures, and disciplines, new conceptualizations, new methods of assessment, scale development, theoretical advancements, introducing new creativity enhancement strategies, and assessing or examining an existing creativity enhancement strategy will be given preference.
Please submit an abstract (no more than 350 words) for initial review. Upon approval you will be invited to submit your manuscript for blind peer review. If invited, you will need to submit your manuscript electronically following the submission and formatting guidelines provided on the journal website. Your manuscripts will be sent to international reviewers for blind peer review. Based on the feedback provided by the reviewers, a decision (acceptance, revision, rejection) pertaining your manuscript will be communicated to you. All accepted articles will be screened using plagiarism check software.
Send your abstract to the Guest Editor via the Submit Manuscript page. Please mark your submission Special Issue on the submission form.
For additional information regarding the special issue, please contact the Guest Editor.
Guest Editor: Dr Arpan Yagnik, Penn State Behrend.
This edited volume, STEM Education in US Prisons, is a first book-length attempt to elaborate theories and models of science education in prisons. It addresses science, technology, engineering and mathematics education in for-credit and non-credit programs operating at a range of security levels within adult prisons, juvenile facilities, jails, and detention centers in the United States. The book will cover a range of science disciplines and topics, including biology, ecology, physics, astronomy, mathematics, chemistry, computer sciences, engineering, earth sciences, psychology, and more.
We are interested in two types of papers: (a) essays on the social rationales and conceptual issues of teaching science in prisons, especially in relation to science and citizenship, and (b) essays for a longer section on model science education programs in prisons, including contextualization within contemporary science pedagogy. The co-editors will be particularly interested in papers that incorporate and respond to voices of imprisoned students, with strict attention to IRB requirements (documentation mandatory). Incarcerated or formerly incarcerated contributors are especially welcome, with an emphasis on field expertise rather than witness. The volume’s emphasis lies on the United States, but we may consider international essays for comparison.
Chapter essays will be limited to 5-7,000 words, in APA style. Submit a 250-300 word abstract by January 15, 2019 (or full paper if available) together with a short bio. We will notify prospective contributors by January 30, 2019. Completed draft papers will be due by July 1, 2019. For further information contact Joe Lockard (Joe.Lockard@asu.edu) and Jannette Carey (email@example.com).
The volume co-editors are Jannette Carey (Princeton), Joe Lockard (Arizona State University), Jill Stockwell (Princeton), and Tsafrir Mor (Arizona State University).
This volume is under advance contract to SUNY Press
We would like to invite you to consider submitting a chapter proposal for Academic Library Services for Graduate Students: Supporting Future Academics and Professionals, to be published by Libraries Unlimited.
Editors: Carrie Forbes and Peggy Keeran, University of Denver Libraries
Proposal Submission Deadline: Monday, September 17, 2018
As more and more students attend graduate programs, either at the master’s or doctoral level, many higher education institutions have established professional development programs to help ensure that graduate students learn the wide range of skills needed to be successful as both students and as future professionals or academics. The editors of this volume invite contributors to propose case studies and theoretical essays on academic library services for graduate students that support their multiple roles and identities as students, and as future faculty members or professionals, as well as addressing the complex social and emotional issues related to their other roles as parents, working adults, caretakers, and more.
For more details on how to submit a proposal, please see:
We hope you will consider this opportunity!