For this year's conference, we decided to do away with a complex template and formatting requirements in an effort to make it simpler for authors to make a submission. In doing so, we decided to have only three formatting requirements: font size; line spacing; and referencing style.
We went with the same maximum paper lengths as previous years (5 pages for short papers and 10 pages for full papers), but we used a larger font size and different line spacing. And in doing so, we inadvertently reduced the volume of text you could fit into your papers.
In response to feedback from authors, we have decided to revise the font size and line spacing requirements to match last year's conference, and to allow you to fit more words into your submissions.
All submissions will need to use 10 point Arial and single line spacing.
We have revised the submission guidelines and the submission templates accordingly.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by the change in requirements, but we felt it was important to address this feedback to allow authors sufficient space to write a high quality submission.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact the committee. You can email us at email@example.com.
by Kate Davis
The intellectual strength of the ASCILITE 2017 conference derives in part from the rigour of our peer review process. We need your help to ensure we can review submissions and provide quality feedback to authors in a timely manner.
We're looking for people with a range of experience - academics, learning designers, educational technologists, librarians, teaching and learning scholars and more - to peer review submissions.
This year, we have invited submissions in a variety of formats, including:
Full papers, concise papers and digital posters will be double blind peer reviewed. All other submission types will be double peer (not blind) reviewed.
You can sign up to undertake double blind peer reviews, double (not blind) peer reviews, or both! If you choose to undertake double blind peer reviews, we'll allocate you 2 to 4 submissions in areas that match your expertise. If you'd rather undertake double (not blind) peer reviews, you'll be allocated between 4 and 6 submissions (these are shorter submissions) in areas that align with your expertise.
Many hands make light work, and a robust review process makes for a great conference! Please consider raising your hand to review for ASCILITE 2017. We'd love to have you on board!
Find out more or sign up to review now!
We're excited to announce that the ASCILITE 2017 call for participation is now live!
This year, there are nine different submission types, including three double blind peer reviewed submission types and six double peer reviewed submission types.
Submission types include the usual suspects: double blind peer reviewed concise papers, full papers, and digital posters.
Rather than curating a program of traditional 'sage on the stage' presentations, for this year's conference, we want to curate a program full of opportunities for engagement. This means we're looking for a diverse range of session types. You can submit a proposal for a
Got something else in mind? We're open to other submission types. Just get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
More information on the submission types is available on the call for participation page. You should also check out the submission guidelines.
Submissions are due 22 May 2017.
We look forward to seeing what you come up with!