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Call for Presentations

What does the future of facilitating student achievement, improving learning environments and advancing research look like in a new decade? What processes, strategies and solutions are you using to create, implement and deliver cutting-edge technologies, pedagogy and curriculum redesign?

The organizing committee of iCoN Summer Institute 20/20 invites prospective authors to submit abstracts for presentations through Jan. 28, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.

Presentations should last 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of Q-and-A time, and relate to one or more of three tracks:

  • Pedagogy—using technology to transform teaching strategies
  • Research—research on using technology in the classroom or clinical settings
  • Simulation—using simulation activities to help students meet learning outcomes

Guidelines

The abstract should have a maximum of 500 words and provide information related to the following headers:

  • Purpose of project or research
  • Description of project or research
  • Key findings
  • Implications

The review committee will evaluate each abstract in a blind review process using the following
criteria:

  • Relevance of the topic and potential contributions to the field
  • Quality of project or research
  • Originality and creativity of project or research
  • Quality of the writing
Note: Presentations that include the use of the iPad will be prioritized.

Timeline

Key Dates
  Date(s)
Presentation Submission Deadline Jan. 28, 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time
Presentation Acceptance Notification
March 1
Presenter Attendance Confirmation Deadline March 15
Conference Registration
March 1 to July 1
Conference Dates
July 28 to 30

Questions

If you have questions about the iCoN Summer Institute or the presentation abstract submission process, contact Matthew Rota, Assistant Dean of Technology, at matthew.rota@uc.edu.