Call for contributions to post-conference activities in Mainland China
Call for contributions
CSCL 2011 Post-Conference Activities in Mainland China
July 11-15, 2011
In Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing
Theme: Research on Learning and Educational Change in China from a Global Perspective
This series of conference activities to be held in three major cities in China is planned to build on the theme Connecting CSCL research to education policy and practice of the CSCL 2011 Conference in Hong Kong. It aims to draw on national and global exemplars of synergistic advances in CSCL and learning sciences research and educational policy and practice to explore and discuss the current state and the way forward for education developments in China.
Social, economic, and technological changes have prompted educational reforms in many countries and educational change has become a major focus of educational research. Advances in technology and in CSCL and Learning Sciences research provide tools and insights that help to address many of the educational change goals. However, it is widely recognized that these potential benefits are far from being fully realized. This series of post-conference activities in Mainland China is an attempt to bring together researchers, practitioners, and policy-makers within China and internationally to identify ways to better leverage the potentials that research on learning and learning technologies bring to educational change and improvement. The program in each of the three cities addresses one of three related subthemes as listed in the table below.
The conference program at each city will comprise plenary keynotes, parallel interactive sessions, and visits to schools. Short local sightseeing visits will also be arranged as far as possible within the short conference period. The final closing ceremony will be held in Beijing. There is no conference program scheduled on July 13 to allow participants to travel to Beijing for the second leg of the Mainland China conference activities.
Call for contributions
You are invited to contribute to the post-conference program in Mainland China. We invite submissions that draw on local/national/regional experiences to address the respective post-conference subthemes to raise pertinent observations, issues, or theoretical reflections. Submissions can be made in Chinese or English using the template provided. All accepted contributions will be included in the CSCL 2011 conference proceedings.
Submissions must adhere to the formatting guidelines in the template CSCL2011 Post-Conference Publication Guidelines
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Local organizing committee
Contact us: cscl2011china @ cite.hku.hk
February 11, 2011
|Deadline for submissions (Post-conference activities)|
March 17, 2011
|Acceptance for submissions (Post-conference activities)|
|July 11 - 15, 2011||Post-conference program in three cities in Mainland China|
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