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AAEEBL ANNUAL MEETING 2021 Call for proposals
The COVID-19 pandemic has illuminated the inherent inequities in higher education globally. As a result, many institutions and educators are working to address existing disparities but there is much work to be done. The longstanding use of ePortfolios has demonstrated the value of having learners document and reflect on their learning to share their stories of transformative learning experiences. Now, we have an opportunity to further leverage ePortfolio research and practice to address existing inequities and inequalities.
The 2021 Annual Meeting for the Association for Authentic Experiential Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) aims to explore how we, as educators, address learner identities, equity, and belonging in higher education with particular emphasis on three areas:
- the ways that ePortfolios can surface learner identities to improve and enhance higher education;
- the design and inclusion of ePortfolios together with other high-impact pedagogies in large and small-scale ePortfolio implementations to address equity and access; and
- the interrelationships among technology, practice, and ethical considerations to foster belonging.
This virtual convening has been reimagined to take place over the course of three days with events scheduled to accommodate busy schedules and global time zones. In addition, we invite participants to co-design the meeting with us by actively engaging in unconference and hackathon activities aimed at strengthening the ePortfolio community and co-authoring resources that will be accessible and disseminated after the conference. In other words, following Dr. Ruben Puentedura’s SAMR model, we are hoping to redefine and transform our annual meeting into an event that provides for many of the things we are missing from our traditional in-person conferences -- meaningful connections with colleagues, useful and practical takeaways, and new research directions, pedagogical practices, and questions to ponder!
Call for proposals (Deadline extended to: April 23, 2021): You are invited to propose a topic and/or indicate your interest in participating in any or all of the following:
- Conversation sessions are 1-hour interactive conference presentations. Conversation leaders will a) guide both synchronous and asynchronous participants as they contribute ideas, questions, solutions and more; and b) pull those ideas together into a graphical takeaway summary.
- Propose an unconference topic to facilitate on your own or with colleagues and/or; 2) participate by reviewing the list of proposed unconference topics generated via our Call for Participation and then add yourself to any that interest you.
- The hackathons will take place in a series of 2 hour work sprints where participants will collectively co-create new or revise the following existing AAEEBL resources: 1) The AAEEBL Field Guide (add new topics or revise existing ones); 2) Hack your Professional Online Presence (POP!) – create or update your ePortfolio and/or LinkedIn Profile; 3) Hack the ePortfolio platform decision-making / adoption / selection process. Join as many hacks as you can or want!
Registration will open in May and more information will be available on the AAEEBL website.
Please spread the word in your communities and networks. Feel free to contact us with any questions at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you in July.
ePortfolios Australia Call for Proposals
The 2021 ePortfolio Forum (Blended) will be held on 20 - 21 October 2021 at UNSW, Sydney, Kensington campus, and online. This will be the 10th Forum, with the theme: Thinking and acting differently.
Call for Proposals are now open
AePR - AAEEBL ePortfolio Review Call for Papers
The Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) ePortfolio Review (AePR) invites you to submit articles and reports covering the broad area of eportfolio use. We publish articles about pedagogy, research, technical, and organizational issues. Our readership includes eportfolio practitioners, administrators, and students. Our mission is to serve the needs of the global eportfolio community and promote portfolio learning as a major way to transform higher education.
ePortfolios and Transformations: Students, Curriculum, Assessment, Institutions
(Fall 2019) – In conjunction with the AAEEBL Conference
ePortfolio Platforms (Spring 2020)
AAEEBL Conference Theme (Fall 2020)
To be considered for the Fall issue, submit your paper by May 1 of each year.
To be considered for the Spring issue, submit your paper by Sept 1 of each year.
More information available at: https://aaeebl.org/2018/03/13/aepr-call-for-papers/
International Journal of ePortfolio - Call For Papers
The International Journal of ePortfolio (IJeP) is now accepting manuscripts for consideration for publication.
Manuscripts considering the following areas of investigation are welcomed:
- instruction and principles of learning that utilize and inform practical, effective ePortfolio methodologies;
- evaluation and assessment methodologies and practices supported by ePortfolio;
- case studies and best practices regarding applications of ePortfolio for learning, assessment, and professional development supported by scholarship of teaching and learning practices and research methodologies;
- theoretically rich accounts of the principles grounding ePortfolio work and its relationship to larger social and cultural phenomena; and
- innovative development and applications of technologies that enable new ePortfolio practices.
IJeP is published twice a year (April and October) and employs a rolling submission process. Those wishing to be considered for the Fall 2020 issue should use December 1, 2019 as their submission deadline. Those submitting manuscripts to IJeP can expect the review process to take less than 90 days.
More information available at: http://www.theijep.com/callforpapers.html
The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy - General Issue
The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy seeks scholarly work that explores the intersection of technology with teaching, learning, and research. We are interested in contributions that take advantage of the affordances of digital platforms in creative ways. We invite both textual and multimedia submissions employing interdisciplinary and creative approaches in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Besides scholarly papers, the submissions can consist of audio or visual presentations and interviews, dialogues, or conversations; creative/artistic works; manifestos; or other scholarly materials.
The submission deadline for the next Special Issue is November 30th, 2019.
Please view submission guidelines for information about submitting to the Journal.
More information available at: https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/call-for-submissions/
Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal - Current call for contributions
There is currently an open call for contributions.
If you considering submitted a student voice, opinion piece, non-text submission or review please contact the editorial team beforehand by email.
If you would like to check if your submission idea is likely to fit with the journal in terms of focus and quality, please submit a proposal of your intended submission (in the order of 300 words) before writing and submitting the full piece.
Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal is an international peer-reviewed journal publishing contributions dealing with student engagement in Higher Education from a disciplinary or multi-disciplinary perspective.
We welcome contributions from all those working or studying in Higher Education, this includes:
- students: undergraduate, postgraduate or research.
- all and any staff working in whatever capacity working in a university or tertiary education
- any individuals involved in a consultancy or indirect role but which are involved in universities or tertiary education
Focus and the audience of the journal
The focus of the journal reflects the focus of RAISE; i.e. research, theory, practice and policy about student engagement. We adopt a very broad definition of student engagement as this is a multi-construct. This includes all forms of work around student voice, student participation and students as partners.
More information available at: http://www.raise-network.com/journal/ways-of-submitting/