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Designs on e-Learning
September 8, 9, 10 2008
Penn State University
Call for papers
Partnering with the University of Arts London, Penn State University is
pleased to host the 3rd International Designs on e-Learning conference the
9th and 10th of September 2008.
Sustaining the momentum gained over the previous two Designs on e-Learning
events, the conference aims to cast light on established practice in the
field, on innovations in teaching and learning with technology, on the
challenges and successes presented by the visual nature of our discipline,
and on the benefits of e-learning.
The conference aims to build on the success of Designs on e-Learning 2005
and 2007 and on the subsequent Online Conference and Symposium in
disseminating and promoting good practice, primarily but not exclusively,
in the arts (visual, music and theater) and design.
We are also interested in receiving relevant submissions on e-Learning
from authors who are not in the Arts and Design sector.
Conference Themes include:
1. Challenges Arts and Design faculty face
2. Redefined relationships between faculty and students
3. Instructional technology impact
4. Funding strategies
5. Instructional innovations in the Arts and Design
Submitted abstracts will be assessed in a blind review process by a panel
of distinguished reviewers.
Designs on e-Learning invites the submission of abstracts for
consideration for presentations lasting 30 minutes. The abstract should
consist of a description of the proposed paper including reference to the
problem, methodology and conclusions of the work described.
The abstract should not exceed 500 words in length. This will be the
version published in the papers for the conference and in the Designs on e-
Learning 2008 Conference Proceedings.
For more information contact:
Conference and Workshop Organiser
9 Brumbaugh Hall
Institute for e-Learning
College of Arts and Architecture
University Park, PA
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Designs on e-Learning website: http://designsonelearning.psu.edu/