Over the month of February the local conference team at Dublin City University (DCU) will be offering a number of webinars to help explain the conference themes, describe the different paper categories and provide advice and support on how to prepare a successful paper submission. If this is your first ICDE World Conference or you are a new and emerging researcher in the area, then participating in one of the following webinars should be of particular benefit. They will provide an opportunity to ask questions about the conference and help you to prepare a successful paper submission.
Title: World Conference Webinar: Preparing Your Paper Submission
Wednesday 13th February 9.30-10.30 am (GMT)
Wednesday 27th February 9.30-10.30 am (GMT)
Facilitator: Professor Grainne Conole
How: Login to our online classroom using Adobe Connect…
Each session will explore some of the conference sub-themes and will provide guidance on the kinds of submissions that might relate to each of these. In addition advice will be provide on how to submit good abstracts, such as the importance of having a good title, a clear abstract providing a summary of the presentation and an indication of how it relates to the conference sub-themes. The sessions will be engaging and interactive and participants will have the opportunity to explore the conference questions:
- What is the future of online education?
- How can online education contribute to better futures?
- What is required to harness the potential of online education?
- What are the implications of online learning for educational leaders?
- How should governments and policy-makers respond to online education?
On other World Conference news we are pleased to report that a dedicated Inter-faith room will be available at the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD) for the duration of the World Conference. You also have a few days left to go into the draw for January by following the World Conference on Twitter (@WCOL2019) to win a free tour of the famous Guinness Storehouse during your time in Dublin. Look out for further information about registration options and the pre-conference workshop programme in the next conference update.