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2017 Regional Conference Call For Papers
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Southeast Regional Conference

November 6-7, 2017

University of Virginia
Call for Proposals

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Due September 22
Response by September 29

SUBMIT A PROPOSAL HERE.

Conference Description and CFP
The Association for Authentic, Experiential, and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) and the University of Virginia (UVa) are pleased to host the 2017 Southeast Regional AAEEBL Conference.  AAEEBL is an international professional association dedicated to supporting educational leaders committed to education transformation relevant to 21st century learnings and best known for promotion of ePortfolios as a high impact practice in higher education. 

Theme: Meaning-Making with Eportfolios
ePortfolios provide an authentic context for learning and assessment as well as fertile ground for the exploration of the learning process itself.  In this conference, we propose to explore the role of “meaning making” in the various facets of the ePortfolio building process and the way it informs the experiences of our students and our understanding of learning.

We are looking for presentations on the topic of creating meaning with/through ePortfolios in (but not limited to) the areas below:

  • the role of ePortfolio reflection in meaning making by students and instructors 
  • using the digital environment as a place for “seeing” (visualizing/documenting) and interpreting the learning process
  • using ePortfolios to help students develop a sense of “self” through ownership of digital artifacts and personalization of the learning process
  • the impact of the meaning-making process on learner autonomy and motivation 
  • creating meaning through collaboration and exchange
  • creating meaning through the integration of co- and extracurricular experiences in the ePortfolio
  • constructing institutional meaning through the program assessment process
  • finding instructional/curricular meaning through the design of learning and assessment experiences in the ePortfolio

Proposal Types: 

  • Posters 
  • Short Presentations (15-20 minutes, to be followed by 10 min. for Q&A and discussion) 
  • Panel Discussion (3-5 members, 30 minutes of panelist presentation time, to be followed by 20 min. for Q&A and discussion)

Submit your proposal here today!

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