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[AECT] July 6, 2020 – News & Notes

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July 6, 2020

2020 AECT CONVENTION SCHOLARSHIP FUND

During this very difficult time of the COVID-19 pandemic, many institutions are seeing their budgets cut severely. Both in the U.S. and around the world, these reductions have forced institutions to reduce salaries, to freeze research funding, and to do away with travel subsidies. This dire reality has made it difficult for some of our members to pay for the registration fee in order to attend this years convention. Therefore, we are asking those who are able to do so to donate to the “2020 AECT Scholarship Fund” that will enable those AECT members facing financial challenges to attend this years conference. This fund has been approved by the AECT Board of Directors.

Thank you in advance for your help. Any amount you can give will be greatly appreciated both by the recipients and by the entire AECT community.

Please Click Here to Make Your Donation .

AECT 2020 VIRTUAL CONVENTION: LAST CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Theme: Towards Culturally-situated Learning Design and Research
Submission Deadline: July 12, 2020

AECT 2020 Virtual Convention is putting out the last call for proposals that are aligned with the theme Towards culturally-situated learning design and research. This last call is based on the following considerations in response to the suggestions of some AECT members:

  • Since this years convention is going online, there may be members or non-members who had not planned to attend the in-person AECT convention due to various reasons but may have changed their mind and wanted to submit a proposal to attend the virtual conference;
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there may be some timely and emerging research to address education in emergent situations; and
  • With the online conference, we are able to accept more proposals and offer more sessions.

Full details can be found here:  https://www.aect.org/vrcall.php

EXPANDED VIRTUAL CONVENTION DATES ANNOUNCED
Dates for AECT 2020 Virtual Convention

October 29 (Thursday) and October 30 (Friday)
Pre-Conference (i.e., Workshops, and Early Career Seminars, etc.)

November 2 (Monday) through November 7 (Saturday)
Conference (i.e., presentations, members’ meetings, social events, etc.)

REGISTRATION AVAILABLE FOR THE SUMMER RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM
Learning: Design, Engagement and Definition

This year AECT will host the Annual Summer Research Symposium as a virtual conference on July 22-23, 2020. All AECT journals, including ETR&D and TechTrends, will have editors or representatives participate, recruit future reviewers and solicit articles for possible publication. Registration details can be found here.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE CALL FOR PRESENTERS
The Leadership Development Committee call for presenters for a panel presentation on the uses of and experiences with social media for division leadership development and membership engagement at the 2020 AECT Virtual Summer Research Symposium. Each presenter will be allocated 10 minutes to present, followed by a 20-minute Q&A session. The possible topics for presentations include:

  • Uses of social media for leadership development and membership engagement, especially during the pandemic
  • Social media tools and tips for division leadership activities
  • Benefits and challenges of using social media during the pandemic
  • Experiences with using social media during the pandemic
  • Ethical considerations for social media use
  • Diverse audience considerations for social media
  • Other topics as appropriate and aligned with AECT social media use

Please submit a summary (150-200 words) of your proposed presentation to Fatih Ari arifatih@mailbox.sc.edu . The deadline for submitting the presentation proposals is July 6, 2020.

AECT MENTORING NEEDS ANALYSIS
The 2019 Intern Class is conducting a needs analysis of mentorship needs, experiences, and recommendations across the AECT membership for their Intern Class project.

May we request you to complete this 15-min. survey questionnaire . The information collected will be used to propose a sustainable mentoring framework within the association.

INTERNATIONAL DIVISION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WEBINAR
The International Division is hosting a Professional Development webinar on Friday, July 10th (3 PM US Eastern Time) . The webinar will focus on the career of instructional design and will feature a panel of distinguished instructional designers. Topics will include how to enter the field, the types of work involved, and the knowledge and skills required. The webinar is free and open to all. Please RSVP to attend. (Direct Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SWNFQqIOrt_whoFO9hcnbYsRNQPEtDRa/view?usp=sharing ).

STC: CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS
The Systems Thinking & Change (STC) division of AECT is accepting chapter proposals focused on providing case analysis of a complex problem from the systems thinking and change perspective. Proposed chapters will be considered for an upcoming edited volume entitled: Using Systems Thinking to Foster Continuous Improvement and Manage Change Efforts: Case Studies for the Everyday Practitioner .

Deadline to submit is July 12thDetails can be found here.

2020 JFDL WRITERS’ WORKSHOP: CALL FOR PAPERS

Designing Instruction for an Imperfect World

The Journal of Formative Design in Learning (JDFL) is pleased to announce the second annual Writers’ Workshop to be held in early November 2020. The theme for this year is based on the idea that we are living in the era of  Information Exasperation.

Submission deadline is September 1, 2020 .  Full details can be found here. 

TECH TRENDS SPECIAL ISSUE

Tech Trends Special Section – Failure and Creative Risk in Technology-Enhanced Learning
Notions of learning through failure have suddenly become incredibly popular, and this phenomenon of celebrating creativity through failure is frequently revered in the tech-center of the world, Silicon Valley. Yet, it is not failure that is being celebrated, but failure of a specific kind: failure that leads to creative solutions that lead to corporate, bottom-line success. These ideas of creative success emerging from failure have also spread into mainstream culture, and through that, into educational discourse.

The full call for proposals can be found here Proposals Due – July 30, 2020.

CALL: ETR&D SPECIAL ISSUE — PERSPECTIVE AUTHORS
Special Issue—Shifting to digital: Informing the rapid development, deployment, and future of teaching and learning

Educational Technology Research and Development (ETR&D ) is seeking perspective authors for an upcoming Special Issue (SI): “Shifting to digital: Informing the rapid development, deployment and future of teaching and learning.” This SI is unique in that it will only include brief multiple-perspective responses on the implications of recent ETR&D publications for addressing challenges related to an increased focus of digital learning. The 500-1000-word responses are to be submitted to the Editorial Manager by July 31, 2020 . The SI is planned to be published by October 1, 2020.  For more details and to volunteer to be an perspective author, please see to the Google Form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1DzuhxiP6lYrzrElQfS9EDw-ymwRwbWXL3v0kBsi0K0Y/edit?ts=5edd89bf .

COVID-19 RESOURCES

AECT has put together some educational resources for educators (e.g., K12 and higher education instructors and students) in response to the COVID-19 crisis https://www.aect.org/aects_response_to_the_covid-1.php . It can be accessed from the AECT main page with the tab “COVID-19 Resources”.  Particularly highlighted are the “Resources: Higher Education” https://www.aect.org/docs/HigherEd_Resources_Commentaries.pdf and “Resources: K-12 Education” https://www.aect.org/docs/K-12_Crowdsouced_Resources.pdf , curated by AECT members with special evaluation and commentaries from the AECT expert panels. On the Webinar page https://www.aect.org/webinars.php , you will also find webinars with educators and researchers from K-12 to higher education from around the world sharing their perspectives, experiences, preparedness, and strategies in response to the educational challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Please share these resources with your colleagues, students and anyone who may benefit from them.

AECT OFFICE

Due to COVID-19 the AECT office is closed and personnel working remotely. We will continue to move AECT forward, making sure we are all prepared to deal with this situation. Please email us at  aect@aect.org . Provide your complete contact information and we’ll do our best to respond promptly. Have a great day and stay well.

ADVANCE YOUR CAREER WITH AN ONLINE DOCTORATE IN EDUCATION FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA

University of West Florida now offers a fully online Doctorate of Education in Instructional Design and Technology. The project-based curriculum for this professional doctorate program is based on the Carnegie Project for the Education Doctorate (CPED) framework and is led by experienced and hands-on faculty. The program prepares graduates to fulfill leadership roles related to organizational development, performance improvement, technology integration, and workplace learning across sectors. For more information contact Dr. Nancy Hastings.    nhastings@uwf.edu.

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July 1, 2020

HKAECT 2020 International Research Webinar On 18 July 2020

Note this up-coming webinar that may be of interest to some readers.

Dear all,

We are happy to announce our HKAECT 2020 International Research Webinar, “Emerging Technologies, Global Pedagogies and Literacies”, which will take place on 18 July 2020 (Sat), 10 am – 12:30 pm (Hong Kong Time). The webinar will feature five distinguished researchers from the U.S., Australia and Hong Kong:

Speakers

  • Prof Brad Hokanson (former AECT President 2016, Interim AECT President 2020, HKAECT-AECT 2017 keynote speaker)
  • Prof Sue Chu, School of Design, University of Minnesota, USA
  • Prof Louis Leung and Dr Connie Yuen, Applied Data Science, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, HKSAR
  • Dr Helena Sit, School of Education, The University of Newcastle, Australia

The webinar is free of charge and all are welcome. For more details about the webinar program, please visit: http://www.hkaect.org/html/hkaect_2020_webinar.html

Please use the following link to register: http://www.hkaect.org/html/hkaect_2020_webinar_registration.html.

We look forward to the upcoming networking opportunities! Thank you very much.

With best regards,

Dr Anna Tso
Dr Alex Chan
Conveners HKAECT 2020 International Research Webinar
Dr Will Ma President, HKAECT

June 27, 2020

TechTrends – ToC Alert

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June 16, 2020

[AECT] June 15, 2020 – News & Notes

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June 15, 2020

AECT 2020 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE: CALL FOR PROPOSALS

REGISTRATION AVAILABLE FOR THE SUMMER RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM
Learning: Design, Engagement and Definition

This year AECT will host the Annual Summer Research Symposium as a virtual conference on July 22-23, 2020. All AECT journals, including ETR&D and TechTrends, will have editors or representatives participate, recruit future reviewers and solicit articles for possible publication. Registration details can be found here.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

2020 JFDL WRITERS’ WORKSHOP: CALL FOR PAPERS

Designing Instruction for an Imperfect World

The Journal of Formative Design in Learning (JDFL) is pleased to announce the second annual Writers’ Workshop to be held in early November 2020. The theme for this year is based on the idea that we are living in the era of  Information Exasperation.

Submission deadline is September 1, 2020 .  Full details can be found here. 

FREE WEBINAR SERIES
Re-envisioning Medical Education – Transforming Constraints into Opportunities
Invited Speaker: Dr. Atsusi Hirumi, Professor of Instructional Design and Technology, University of Central Florida

  • Webinar 1: Transforming the Current Reality –  June 10th, 12pm EDT
  • Webinar 2: The Future is Now –  June 17th, 1pm EDT
  • Webinar 3: Re-envisioning Medical Education –  June 24th, 12pm EDT

Additional information and registration can be found here at  https://preview.mailerlite.com/a9u5k3

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: IJDL SPECIAL SECTION ON DESIGNING FOR LEARNING IN A PANDEMIC

The International Journal of Designs for Learning call for proposals for a special section – Designs for Learning in a Pandemic. While everything right now is not ordinary, we call for authors to submit a design case that sets it apart from the “not ordinary”. Examples of the range of desired Designs for Learning in a Pandemic cases include:

• Learning in a K-12 or higher education setting
• Learning in a workplace [non-educational] setting
• Learning across borders of all kinds
• Training for first responders and critical workers
• Teaching in manufacturing settings shifting to making PPE or ventilators
• Teaching in local communities facing a different way of everyday life

Deadline is July 3, 2020. The complete  Call for Proposals can be found here.

EXTENDED AND FINAL CALL FOR SUBMISSION – TECHTRENDS SPECIAL ISSUE: VISUAL MEDIA FOR GLOBAL LEARNING

The purpose of this TechTrends special issue is to showcase the latest and leading international research in the design, deployment and evaluation of visual or media literacy practices supported by educational technology. The special issue welcomes submissions from all researchers and practitioners who are designing, developing, and evaluating ICT-supported learning experiences that involve visual or media literacy. The editors encourage proposals regarding new research showcasing and sharing visual or media literacy education as a critical learning element through the use of ICT. Full details can be found here . Submission deadline for the EXTENDED and FINAL CALL is June 15, 2020 . More information, please contact dbaylen1@yahoo.com or brad@umn.edu.

TECHTRENDS SPECIAL ISSUE: TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING IN K-12 ENVIRONMENTS

Description of Call: Technology access continues to increase in K-12 learning environments. The increased demand and access to technology also translates to new ways of thinking and recommendations – from scholars, policy makers, and international organizations – to examine innovative ways to leverage technology in ways that transform teaching and learning. The purpose of this special issue is to provide empirical, conceptual, and/or theoretical articles related to technology use in K-12 learning environments. Additional details and deadlines can be found here. 

CALL: ETR&D SPECIAL ISSUE — PERSPECTIVE AUTHORS
Special Issue—Shifting to digital: Informing the rapid development, deployment, and future of teaching and learning

Educational Technology Research and Development (ETR&D ) is seeking perspective authors for an upcoming Special Issue (SI): “Shifting to digital: Informing the rapid development, deployment and future of teaching and learning.” This SI is unique in that it will only include brief multiple-perspective responses on the implications of recent ETR&D publications for addressing challenges related to an increased focus of digital learning. The 500-1000-word responses are to be submitted to the Editorial Manager by July 31, 2020 . The SI is planned to be published by October 1, 2020.  For more details and to volunteer to be an perspective author, please see to the Google Form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1DzuhxiP6lYrzrElQfS9EDw-ymwRwbWXL3v0kBsi0K0Y/edit?ts=5edd89bf .

AECT QUARANTINE COOKBOOK AND SURVIVAL (AT HOME) GUIDE
Call for Proposals

Many of us have been working from home during this unusual beginning of 2020. Many of us have begun to explore the art of cooking more as we stay home as well as finding new ways to occupy ourselves. This book will provide a fun opportunity to share some of your favorite culinary creations as well as things that helped you bide your time while remaining healthy at home.

The proceeds for this book project will go towards supporting the initiatives of the AECT Foundation. You can submit your recipes and quarantine activities at the following webpage https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1A1K1MMDNspJUVXeawNHri86n3idk3fnQ1uwSn7DXSxY/edit . If you have questions please contact Chris Miller cmillerster@gmail.com or Megan Murtaugh megancmurtaugh@gmail.com.

COVID-19 RESOURCES

AECT has put together some educational resources for educators (e.g., K12 and higher education instructors and students) in response to the COVID-19 crisis https://www.aect.org/aects_response_to_the_covid-1.php . It can be accessed from the AECT main page with the tab “COVID-19 Resources”.  Particularly highlighted are the “Resources: Higher Education” https://www.aect.org/docs/HigherEd_Resources_Commentaries.pdf and “Resources: K-12 Education” https://www.aect.org/docs/K-12_Crowdsouced_Resources.pdf , curated by AECT members with special evaluation and commentaries from the AECT expert panels. On the Webinar page https://www.aect.org/webinars.php , you will also find webinars with educators and researchers from K-12 to higher education from around the world sharing their perspectives, experiences, preparedness, and strategies in response to the educational challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Please share these resources with your colleagues, students and anyone who may benefit from them.

AECT OFFICE

Due to COVID-19 the AECT office is closed and personnel working remotely. We will continue to move AECT forward, making sure we are all prepared to deal with this situation. Please email us at  aect@aect.org . Provide your complete contact information and we’ll do our best to respond promptly. Have a great day and stay well.

ADVANCE YOUR CAREER WITH AN ONLINE DEGREE FROM TOWSON UNIVERSITY

Towson University’s online graduate programs in instructional design, educational technology, and school library media provide advanced professional learning opportunities in the design, development and integration of digital media and application of technology for learning. The program uses emerging pedagogical approaches and integrates innovative experiential practices through engagement in real-world projects and learning experiences. Faculty members are internationally recognized for their research and leadership in the field. For more information, contact Janenne Corcoran.

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June 2, 2020

TechTrends, Vol. 64, Issue 3 – New Issue Alert

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Column: Editor’s Notes

Introduction to the May 2020 Issue

Charles B. Hodges

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The 35th Meeting of the Professors of Instructional Design & Technology: A Special Report

T. Logan Arrington

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Understanding the 3Cs: Child, Content, and Context in Children’s Educational Media

Sonia Tiwari

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Words and Worlds: A Conversation on Writing, Craft, and the Power of Deep Fandom with Kij Johnson

William Cain, Danah Henriksen & Punya Mishra

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Trends of Educational Technology in Korea and the U.S.: A Report on the AECT-Korean Society for Educational Technology (KSET) Panel Discussion

Eunsoon Cho, Young Hoan Cho, Michael M. Grant, Donggil Song & Yeol Huh

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Graduate Students’ Use and Perceived Value of Learning Resources in Learning the Content in an Online Course

Mary K. Wilhelm-Chapin & Tiffany A. Koszalka

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Learning Computational Thinking Together: Effects of Gender Differences in Collaborative Middle School Robotics Program

Gerald Ardito, Betül Czerkawski & Lauren Scollins

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Making Spaces for STEM in the School Library

Stacey Woods & Yu-Chang Hsu

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Applying Levels of Abstraction to Mathematics Word Problems

Kathryn M. Rich & Aman Yadav

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Educational 360-Degree Videos in Virtual Reality: a Scoping Review of the Emerging Research

Chareen Snelson & Yu-Chang Hsu

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Guidelines for Designing Online Courses for Mobile Devices

Sally J. Baldwin & Yu-Hui Ching

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The Fault in our Systems: LMS as a Vehicle for Critical Pedagogy

Kathryn R. Green & Haynes L. Chewning

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Innovations in Instructional Design and Technology Programs: a View from PIDT 2018

Jennifer C. Richardson, Thomas Brush, Anne Ottenbreit-Leftwich, Michael Karlin, Heather Leary, Brett E. Shelton, Victoria Lowell, Marisa E. Exter, Jesse Strycker & Sungwon Shin

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Instructional Development of Media-Based Science OER

Juhong Christie Liu & Elizabeth Johnson

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An Industry Liaison for Graduate Learning in Instructional Design

Craig D. Howard & Rose Benedicks

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Spam and Educators’ Twitter Use: Methodological Challenges and Considerations

Jeffrey P. Carpenter, K. Bret Staudt Willet, Matthew J. Koehler & Spencer P. Greenhalgh

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T-REX: the Teachers’ Research Exchange. Overcoming the Research-Practice Gap in Education

Marek McGann, Marie Ryan, Jennifer McMahon & Tony Hall

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Feedback in a Digital Badge Learning Experience: Considering the Instructor’s Perspective

Erin D. Besser & Timothy J. Newby

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Teachers’ Attitudes Towards the Introduction of ICT in Ecuadorian Public Schools

Luis E. Alvarado, Rebeca R. Aragón & Francisco D. Bretones

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Award Papers from the 2019 International Malaysian Educational Technology Convention

Chau Kien Tsong

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A Flipped-Blended Learning Model with Augmented Problem Based Learning to Enhance Students’ Computer Skills

Seipah Kardipah & Basuki Wibawa

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Examining the Effects of Immersive Game-Based Learning on Student Engagement and the Development of Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and Critical Thinking

Keri J. Duncan

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The Effects of a Mobile App with Tutorial Learning Strategy on Anxiety Level of Secondary Students

Wan Ahmad Jaafar Wan Yahaya & Khairulnisak Mohamad Zaini

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Levels of Students’ Reflective Thinking Skills in a Collaborative Learning Environment Using Google Docs

Siti Nazleen Abdul Rabu & Nor Shahida Badlishah

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Leading Through the Enrollment Cliff of 2026 (Part I)

Linda L. Campion

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Review of Reigeluth, C.M., & Karnopp, J.R. (2020). Vision and Action: Reinventing Schools through Personalized Competency-Based Education. Bloomington, IN: Marzano Resources

Ali Carr-Chellman & Raymond Dixon

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