Responding to recent events and the emerging future of education in an online setting, this conference and publication call seeks to explore how various disciplines are moving to a remote mode of instruction.
Under the title ‘ONLINE EDUCATION: TEACHING in a TIME of CHANGE’ it brings together experts in education, teaching and learning with experts from other disciplinary fields: sociology, human geography, design, media, public health and more.
ONLINE EDUCATION: TEACHING in a TIME of CHANGE
Organisers: Routledge / University of Manchester / AMPS
Dates: 21-23 April 2021
Early Abstracts: 30 June 2020
Educational Technologies | Remote Teaching | Online Learning | Pedagogy | Educational Psychology | Learning spaces – virtual and real
Public Health | Sociology | Human Geography | History | Media | Art | Design
Zoom: for real-time interaction between presenter and audience
Pre-recorded film: for presenters who wish their work to be permanently available
Streaming: for audience members who wish to view all presentations in their own time
Written Papers: for delegates who seek publication
Written papers should be 3000 word length. All papers are double blind peer reviewed.
Authors will be published in the conference proceedings journal. In addition, selected authors will be included in a conference book as part of the PARADE series (Publication and Research in Art, Design and Environments). The full range of publishers involved include:
Routledge Taylor & Francis | UCL Press | Intellect Books | Cambridge Scholars Publishing | Vernon Press | Libri Publishing
Lorraine Gess / Graham Cairns (AMPS)