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#AECT16: Call for Proposal & Reviewers: Now Open [Submissions Due by February 1, 2016]


Invitation to Present and Review

You are invited to present at the 2016 AECT International Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada and to share your expertise and knowledge with your peers whose ideas, directions, and discoveries are emerging in our field. The AECT International Convention brings together participants from around the world offering practical applications, cutting-edge research, hands-on workshops, and demonstrations of the newest technologies and teaching/learning techniques in the field. Take this opportunity to connect with your peers at the 2016 convention in Las Vegas!

This year’s convention theme is Learning from Las Vegas. The goal of the convention is for all participants to learn from the experiences and activities of the convention, enriching their lives and their professional skills. Of particular interest this year is a focus on creativity; creativity in teaching, research, and in design as it is applied to the field of educational technology. We are creating in our research and in the development of new knowledge; sharing that new knowledge is central to the AECT Convention.

To read the full call for proposals

To submit a proposal

To volunteer as a reviewer for the R&T Division

Hope to see you in Las Vegas!

Enilda Romero-Hall
R&T Division President-Elect

Assistant Professor
College of Social Science, Mathematics, and Education
The University of Tampa
Department of Education | Plant Hall, Room 439
(813) 257-3372 |

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