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[liberationtech] Call for Proposals Open for 2017 Digital Media & Learning Conference

Jamieson Pond jpond at hri.uci.edu
Wed Apr 5 11:53:08 PDT 2017


Call for participation now open for the 2017 Digital Media & Learning Conference

Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 (Ignite Talk applications due by May 31, 2017)
Notifications of Acceptance: May 2017

Accepting proposals for:
Teach-Ins (90 minute sessions)
Panels (60 minute sessions)
Spotlights (30 minute sessions)
Singles (8-10 minute presentations)
Showcase
Ignite Talks (5 minute presentation)

Submit at http://dml2017.news/CFPdml2017-2 <http://dml2017.news/CFPdml2017-2> 

DML2017 will be held at the sunny University of California, Irvine campus October 4-6, 2017, and will feature an in-depth pre-conference workshop day, as well as two days of general sessions filled with opportunities to reimagine and remake learning in a connected world. This international gathering brings together a vibrant and diverse community of innovators, thinkers, and progressive educators to delve into leading-edge topics in digital media and learning. We build connections across research, design, and practice in the service of progressive, equitable, and youth-centered approaches to learning with technology. We hope you can join us!

More Information:
TEACH-INS (90 minute sessions): Hands-on sessions that engage participants in a workshop that includes small group engagement, making, or other interactive formats.

PANELS (60 minute sessions):  A panel with multiple complementary presentations (3-6) from at least two different projects, presenting original research on or practical applications of digital media and learning. Proposals must include information about the full panel, including all presenters and presentation titles.

SPOTLIGHTS (30 minute sessions): Deep dives exploring an innovative project, real-world endeavor, or multi-pronged research effort. This format can include one or multiple presenters, but should be reserved for large-scale or sustained efforts that require in-depth treatment.

SINGLES: Singles proposals are for individual 8-10-minute individual presentations on a research study, design, or program. Selected single proposals will be grouped by the conference committee into a panel with complementary talks and time for discussion.

SHOWCASE: Tech innovators can apply to showcase their work to the DML community during the course of a festive evening reception. The tech showcase is an opportunity to engage directly with attendees through hands-on demos. We will provide a table, two chairs, access to power, and a table-top sign. You bring the rest! There is no exhibit charge for the tech showcase–we just ask that you register for the conference.

IGNITE TALK: Ignite talks are radically different from traditional conference talks. We’re looking for humor, wit, energy and inspiration to be packed into one powerful five-minute talk. Visual and conceptual impact is also a must.


Respectfully,
Jamieson Pond, Research Community Manager
Digital Media & Learning Research Hub
jpond at hri.uci.edu
(949) 824-6205
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