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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION – ISTE 2010 PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION – ISTE 2010 PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

SIGML invites your proposal submissions for the ISTE 2010 Conference (June 27 – June 30, 2010) in Denver, Colorado. The ISTE conference (formerly NECC) is the largest of its kind and a premier venue for educators to be informed about best practices in teaching and learning with mobile devices, to network and share ideas, and to experience mobile learning firsthand.

Proposals can be submitted for a variety of presentation types including panel discussions, demonstrations, research papers, posters, or workshops. We encourage you to think outside of the box and submit proposals which contain a high degree of audience participation. After all, SIGML is about mobile learning and we should do more than just talk about it.

All proposals must be submitted online. The online submission form, including complete details, instructions, and review criteria are available starting today, September 9, 2009 at http://center.uoregon.edu/ISTE/2010/program/. The deadline for proposal submissions is October 7, 2009. Final acceptance and regret notifications will be sent by mid-December. To be considered by the SIGML review committee, proposals should be submitted in the Learning with Mobile Devices strand.

For more information about ISTE 2010, please visit http://center.uoregon.edu/ISTE/2010/.  For any questions you may have about a SIGML-oriented session, please contact Mark van ‘t Hooft (mvanthoo@kent.edu).  For general questions about proposal submissions, please contact ISTE conference staff at conf-program@iste.org.

We are looking forward to seeing many of your proposals.

Mark van ‘t Hooft, Chair, SIGML
Researcher/Tech Specialist
Kent State University
Research Center for Educational Technology
327 Moulton Hall
Kent, OH 44242-0001
330-672-5996

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