[Itech] FW: Call for Papers

Franklin, Teresa franklit at ohio.edu
Wed Aug 25 14:27:43 EDT 2010

Hello Graduates:

Possible conference to attend and present.  (See below.)

Dr. Franklin

“The best way to have a good idea is to have lots of ideas.” - Linus Pauling

Dr. Teresa Franklin

Professor, Instructional Technology
Instructional Technology Program Coordinator
Dept. Educational Studies
Gladys W. & David H. Patton College of Education and Human Services
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
740-593-4561 (office)
740-593-0477 (fax)
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Call for Papers

August 23, 2010

Abstracts for presentations from knowledgeable professionals in industry, government, military, and academia are solicited to provide presentations which would be part of a comprehensive conference program on the latest learning technologies as they are being applied to training, education and job performance improvement, including ways to implement technology, descriptions of education and technical skills applications, e-Learning, enterprise management, and instructional systems design, together with Knowledge Management systems.

The submissions should be in the form of individual presentations or panel discussions.  Topics of interest include:

Mobile Computing, Handhelds & PDAs

•        Handhelds, PDAs, Smartphones, Tablet PCS

•        Using Effective elearning and engaging distance learning for the enterprise

•        Mobile-optimized Web Applications

•        Pervasive computing devices and other ubiquitous computing technologies

•        Virtualization, Process Migration, Thin-client Computing, Network Mobility

•        Security Issues involved in interactions with Mobile Computing

•        Mobile Computing’s Impact on Workforce Productivity

•        Mobile Enterprise Asset Management Systems

Instructional Systems Design

•        Blended Learning strategies

•        Strategies to address remote learners

•        Implementing Accessibility into e-Learning

•        Authoring tools and their effectiveness

•        Evaluation processes and assessment techniques

•        ISD for the Enterprise and Performance Improvement

•        Prototyping in the development process

•        Business cases for learning measurement

•        Acquiring metrics and developing budgets

Knowledge Management Systems

•        Integrating EPSS

•        Knowledge Management (KM) systems for operations improvement

•        Purchasing KM systems vs outsourcing (ASPs)

•        Learning Management Systems (LMS)

•        Learning Content Managements Systems (LCMS)

•        LMS Interaction with other Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP)

•        LMS Interoperability standards (SCORM, AICC, IMS, IEEE)

•        Compliance Training

New Technologies & the Marketplace

•        Cloud Computing

•        Social Networks & Net Communities

•        Virtual Learning Environments

•        Criteria for instructional design & delivery methods

•        Return on Investment (ROI) and Improved Productivity

•        Integrated Enterprise Learning and Performance Improvement

•        Content and Technology Interoperability Issues

•        Corporate Learning Portals vs. Application Service Providers (ASPs)

Gaming and Simulation for Training and Job Performance Improvement

•        Online Games

•        Military Applications

•        Massively Multiplayer Simulation (MMP)

•        Agent-Based gaming, Avatars, and Distributed environments

•        Game-based Learning

•        Simulations and Games for Strategy and Policy Planning

•        Business Gaming Using Expert Systems

•        Simulations Utilizing Problem Solving Tools

•        Customizable, Computer-based Interactive Simulations

•        Simulation gaming for Management Training

Presenters and Attendees would include the following:

•        Academic Professionals

•        Chief Learning Officers

•        Directors of E-Learning

•        Directors of Training and Development

•        E-learning Project Managers

•        Military and Industrial Trainers

•        Government Professionals and Managers

•        Performance Support Professionals

•        Managers of Training

•        Management and Training Consultants

•        Compliance Training Managers

•        Hardware and Software Systems Manufacturers

•        Education/Training Facilitators

•        Human Performance Technology Professionals

•        Instructional Designers

•        Instructional Systems Developers

•        Curriculum Developers

•        Content Developers

•        E-Learning Developers

•        Application Development Managers

Explanation of Presentation Types

Standard Presentation
This type of presentation typically involves one or two speakers who present information on their topic of choice with the use of PowerPoint slides and/or other media residing on the laptop or the web. Each presentation room is equipped with a projector, screen and T-1 line to the internet. 45 minutes are allowed for this kind of presentation. This kind of presentation constitutes the majority of slots on the conference program.

Panel Presentation
This type of presentation typically involves a moderator and three or four panelists with extensive experience or knowledge related to the panel topic. The moderator and the panelists generally are from distinct organizations (e.g., they are not from the same company, university or government agency). The moderator acts as the Emcee and proposes questions to the panelists as well as relaying questions from the attendees. 1 hour 30 minutes are allowed for this kind of panel presentation. During the course of the conference, 3 to 4 panel presentations will be accepted for inclusion in the program.


Please submit abstract(s) of your proposed presentation(s) (up to 100 words per topic suggested) on the SALT website (www.salt.org). Abstracts will be considered for an individual presentation, or as a participant in a panel discussion.  A proceedings will be prepared and you should provide a paper and/or your presentation slides prior to the conference for inclusion in the proceedings.  Abstract submissions should be received by September 30, 2010.

If your abstract is accepted, papers and/or slides should be submitted by January 26, 2011 in order to be included in the Conference Proceedings.  Authors of accepted papers are expected to attend the conference, present their work to their peers, and transfer copyright.  Primary speakers receive a complimentary registration to the conference. Co-speakers will be required to pay a discounted conference registration fee.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss your ideas for a presentation, please call John Fox at (540) 347-0055.

All applicants will be notified via email by October 15th, 2010 regarding acceptance on to the program. Accepted speakers will have their biographies included on the SALT conference web site as well as a photo if this material is provided to SALT.

Key Dates:

Deadline to Submit Abstracts: September 30, 2010
Notification of Acceptance Emailed: October 15, 2010
Submission of Papers / Slides: January 26, 2011
Conference Dates: February 23-25, 2011

Submit your abstract on-line at www.salt.org or email it to OrlandoProgram11 at salt.org

To submit your abstract online, click here<http://www.salt.org/index.htm?fl/orlandoP.asp?pn=call>

For a PDF version of the Call for Papers, click here<http://www.salt.org/docs/call.pdf>.

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To submit your abstract online,
click here<http://www.salt.org/index.htm?fl/orlandoP.asp?pn=call>

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