Designs on eLearning
5, 6 and 7 September 2012
University of the Arts, London
Call for papers
The eighth Designs on E-Learning international conference in the use of technology for teaching and learning in art, design and communication will be hosted by the Centre for Learning and Teaching (cltad) at University of the Arts, London, UK, on the 5th, 6th and 7th September 2012.
The Studio and Technolog
User Generated Content
Collaboration and Community Building
Submitted abstracts will be assessed in a blind review process.
The format of the conference will be innovative, with barcamps, streamed sessions, discussions, performances and creative work. We are particularly interested in submissions by artists, museums and galleries and those involved in Art and Design practice in education.
Designs on eLearning invites the submission of abstracts for consideration by 20th April 2012. The abstract should not exceed 1000 words in length. This will be the version published in the Designs on eLearning 2012 Conference Proceedings.
The Designs on E-Learning website will be available for the uploading of Abstracts and other proposals from 5th February 2012.
The conference Review Committee will make a decision in May based on the abstract.
The accepted papers will be available on the website well in advance of the conference. Presentations at the conference will be of limited duration to maximise the time for discussion.
Please add your details to our Mailing List if you intend to submit an Abstract, or you wish updates on the Conference.
There will be space available for the display of work in progress, ongoing projects, creative performances and research findings relating to the use of computers in teaching and learning in art, design and communication. The Designs on eLearning Committee will consider descriptions of projects or concepts of no more than 500 words for proposals.
It is the intention of the Organising Committee to select the most interesting presentations at the conference and invite the presenters to expand the material into a full research paper to be published in a special edition of an appropriate journal, following peer review by a distinguished international committee. Negotiations are underway with journals in the field to secure this.
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