As in the First Call, we look forward to receiving abstract submissions for one of the following presentation formats:
For conference sub-themes, further information on the submission process and the submission link: Read more
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“Workload” per reviewer: Reviewing of not more than 10 abstracts of up to 400 characters in length (input handled by the review function in our EventsAIR conference tool). The review criteria will be published in May, pending approval from the ICED Board.
(You will also be asked if you wish to be a session chair at the conference or to contribute in other ways, should you be interested.)
About the conference
Today’s world is in a state of permanent and radical change which is affecting society, science and the economy in equal measure. In this process universities, as research institutions, are major and active protagonists. To prepare their graduates, however, they must also adapt their teaching to the new scenario of change. They must set new objectives, and be ready to deploy innovative approaches to teaching, learning and curriculum design.
In times of change, examples of good practice and innovative teaching and learning forms from around the world are key to identifying and developing robust, functional models and concepts. The goal of the ICED 2020 conference at ETH Zurich is to foster a future-oriented exchange and discussion among ICED members on how university faculty may be enabled to forge, from the students of today, the future-ready graduates of tomorrow.
In addition to keynote speeches and plenary panel discussions, conference presentation formats will involve presentations for parallel sessions; workshops; shorter panel discussions; and posters. We look forward to receiving many abstracts which address the interesting and timely conference topic, and this broad range of formats. For this purpose reviewers are needed.