Calls for Submissions
Calls for Submissions
Deadline: July 23, 2018
The theme of the Fifth Annual Applied Learning Conference will be Thrive at Five:
Amplifying the learning in applied learning. SUNY is building capacity and best practices
for individualized education featuring campus and student leadership/models/methods.
This conference will offer a range of interactive sessions and workshops for a variety
of audiences including faculty, staff, students, administrators and community and
industry partners. Both SUNY and non-SUNY participants are welcome to attend.
Past conference attendees have expressed interest in learning more about the following:
- Evidenced-based applied and experiential education models, including specific methods for the collection and use of data.
- Models of implementing and tracking co-curricular applied learning.
- Models for student engagement in applied and experiential education, including techniques for marketing.
- Student learning outcomes in applied and experiential learning.
- Models of effective applied learning pedagogy from faculty broadly or in specific disciplines.
- Effective and reciprocal partnerships with community, industry or other higher education institutions.
- Equity of access for students to applied and experiential learning opportunities.
- Campus or project infrastructure related to applied learning.
- Determining and enhancing the quality of applied learning.
- Applied Learning and developmental/remedial education.
- Models for supporting and increasing underrepresented student participation in applied learning experiences.
- Civic Engagement Models.
- Identifying and sustaining funding for applied learning opportunities.
- Navigating the move-the-box initiative.
- Fitting applied learning within degree programs and credit limits.
Deadline: September 15, 2018
Impact: the Journal of the Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning, is currently soliciting pieces for a special issue on community-based learning and service learning, slated to appear in the summer of 2019. Submissions across all academic disciplines are welcome on topics related to community-based learning and service learning. For example, what does a successful community-based learning assignment in your discipline look like? What are the different ways to assess students' learning experiences in community-based learning assignments? How can we build effective partnerships with community organizations?
We seek pieces that offer insight from specific teaching experiences as well as articles detailing research conducted about community-based learning. Book reviews related to community-based learning and service learning are also welcome.
Word limit: 3,000 words. MLA Citations, please. Submissions should be received by September 15, 2018 to Sheila Cordner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Impact publishes both scholarly and non-scholarly essays of varying lengths, as well as work in other modes and media. General information about Impact can be found on http://sites.bu.edu/impact/ or by emailing email@example.com.