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November 14, 2017

E-Learn 2017 Proceedings Available Online!

From the inbox over the weekend.

Keynote Talks & Conference Proceedings Published
E-Learn Proceedings are available exclusively via LearnTechLib.org. This series serves as a major source of information on the research, development, and application of Learning and Technology.
E-Learn Open Access Keynote Talks were Recorded live in Vancouver and are available on LearnTechLib! These talks feature cutting-edge commentary from leaders in the field.
LearnTechLib is the premiere online resource for aggregated, peer-reviewed research on the latest developments and applications in Learning and Technology.
This respected resource is more than an archive of content but rather a
hybrid library, research tool, educator resource, and index!
LearnTechLib.org | The Learning & Technology Library | info@aace.org
AACE | P.O. Box 719828-246-9558info@aace.org,
Waynesville, NC 28786

November 9, 2017

Final Call for Papers Due: Jan 22

Note this second call for papers.

Washington, D.C., March 26-30, 2018
Final Call For Proposals
January 22, 2018
Can’t Make it to D.C?
Join us virtually!
SITE provides virtual sessions and virtual participation for authors and attendees who can’t be at the live conference.
Virtual presentation offers the same validity (review policy, publication, certification, etc.) as the face-to-face conference.
Virtual participants are also able to connect and interact with all conference attendees and view/download all papers and presentations!
Couple with laptops
SITE 2018 is the 29th annual conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. Join colleagues from over 60 countries in Washington, D.C.!
We’ll see you at SITE!
Special discounted hotel rates have been secured for SITE participants at the conference hotel, Westin Alexandria.
For this rate, hotel reservations must be made by: February 2, 2018.
While in D.C., join fellow SITE attendees on lunch SIG Meetings, Tours to the Goddard Center, Smithsonian Air & Space & Natural History Museums, Social Events & More!
Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings & internationally distributed by
AACE | P.O. Box 719828-246-9558info@aace.org,
Waynesville, NC 28786

October 16, 2017

Don’t Forget: Submissions Due Monday!

Note that this is today!

Washington, D.C., March 26-30, 2018
Call For Proposals
October 16, 2017, (11:59 PM EST)
Submit Your Proposal Now!
We especially recommend submitting during this early call if you:
  • Need an early review result in order to arrange travel or funding
  • You will be applying for a visa, as application processes can take time
  • You are a student interested in volunteering
  • Simply love being an early bird!
SITE 2018 is the 29th annual conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. Join 1,300+ colleagues from over 60 countries in Washington, D.C.!
See you in Washington, D.C.!
Special discounted hotel rates have been secured for SITE participants at the conference hotel, Westin Alexandria.
For this rate, hotel reservations must be made by: February 2, 2018.
While in D.C., join fellow SITE attendees on lunch SIG Meetings, Tours to the Goddard Center, Smithsonian Air & Space & Natural History Museums, Social Events & More!
Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings & internationally distributed by
AACE | P.O. Box 719828-246-9558info@aace.org,
Waynesville, NC 28786

October 13, 2017

You’re Invited: Education Innovation Challenge (free)

From Wednesday’s inbox…

Solution-focused Innovation Challenge for Educators
October 19th, 3PM – 7PM
ProtoHack is the intersection between innovation and education. Join this free Innovation Challenge to bridge the gap between users and makers by connecting industry to ideas, and producing tangible solutions for the education sector.
ProtoHack’s solution-focused approach teaches innovative-thinking and effective problem-solving techniques that can be taken back to the classroom. Learn how to enable the non-technical community with the tools and knowledge to bring an idea to life and visually communicate it through prototyping.
Objectives: Work collaboratively on ideation, prototyping, design-thinking, strategy, and pitching. Get ready for a crash course that you can take back to the classroom!
Prizes: The winning team will receive $5,000 worth of development work from App Scoop to help build out their idea.
Food and Drinks provided!
*Conference registration not required to attend event. However, event pre-registration is required.
AACE | P.O. Box 719828-246-9558info@aace.org,
Waynesville, NC 28786

September 18, 2017

Call for Special Issue: Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (JTATE)

From the inbox late last week…

Call for Special Issue Proposals on:
Technological Supports for
Practice-Based Teacher Education
With this special issue, we are interested in how technology can support efforts to make practice of skills embedded in teaching practices a focus in university-based teacher education.
This special issue is open to a range
of manuscripts including those that:
  • Explicate and illustrate the design and purposes involved in  creating and/or curating digital video or audio files, using cartoon characters to make storyboards, and animating images made with cartoon characters for use in practice-based teacher education.
  • Assess learning/thinking of teacher candidates or inservice teachers in the context of a technological environment aimed at supporting examination of their practice of skills embedded in specific teaching practices.
  • Examine how technology can support teacher educators in cross-institutional collaboration focused on practice-based teacher education.
Submissions Due: Oct. 15, 2017
Authors Notified: Nov. 15, 2017
Expected Publication: January 2018
Questions? Contact the guest editors:

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For Call for Papers & list of topics, click here.
JTATE is a Publication of AACE.

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