OER22 Conference: Call for Proposals

Dieses Jahr findet die 13. Open Educational Research Conference (OER22) vom 26. bis 28. April statt. Ausgerichtet wird die hybride Konferenz von der Association of Learning Technology (ALT) in Kooperation mit dem Global OER Graduate Network (GO-GN). Der Call for Proposals ist ab sofort eröffnet. Beiträge können bis zum 10. Februar 2022 eingereicht werden.

10.02.2022

Conference Themes

The conference will put the spotlight on both the value and limitations of Open Education in a (post)pandemic world. The Conference Committee is particularly keen to hear from people who have an interest in the following indicative areas of practice:

  • Theme 1: Pedagogy in a time of crisis - what does an ‘open’ response look like?
  • Theme 2: Open textbooks: making the most of their potential;
  • Theme 3: Open in Action: open teaching, educational practices and resources;
  • Theme 4: Open research; scholarship or research around any aspect of open education;
  • Theme 5: Wildcard proposals that demonstrate fun and creative practice in relation to openness are very welcome.

Call for Proposals 

The Conference Committee is inviting proposals for presentations, workshops and alternative formats. Your proposal needs to show clearly how your session will address the conference title and one or more of the conference key questions above and should include recent research, case studies, practice or learner perspectives from any educational context, including schools, colleges, universities, industry, training and skills, and/or community contexts.

Keep in mind that the proposal you submit for review now will, if accepted, be used for inclusion in the conference programme and is the primary way that participants will choose which sessions to attend.

During the submission process, you should also indicate whether you are making a submission for an in person, live online and recorded online session.

Submission formats

  • Reflective practice or Research presentations
  • Workshops 
  • Alt-format
  • Open spaces

Review criteria

Proposals will be reviewed according to the following criteria:

  • Relevance to one or more of the conference key themes
  • Usefulness to conference participants globally, and from across all sectors of education
  • Contribution to the provision of reliable evidence for scholarship and research into Open Education
  • Demonstrated evidence of reflection, evaluation, and criticality
  • Engagement of participants
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Openness
  • Clarity, coherence and conformance to guidelines.

All submitted proposals will be double-blind peer-reviewed by members of the Conference Committee. After review and one cycle of revision and resubmission, the Conference Committee will select proposals for inclusion in the conference. 

Kontakt

E-Mail: enquiries@alt.ac.uk

Kategorisierung

Inhalte / Themen

  • Open Educational Resources

Art des Termins

  • Call

Veranstaltungsform

  • Präsenzveranstaltung