Date: June 5-8, 2018
Venue: 4355 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30346, USA
Deadline for proposal: December 22, 2017 & March 12, 2018 (please, see link here)
Submit proposal: Here
Registration deadline: May 1, 2018
Tick the calendar in June 2018, where the International Corsortium for Educational Development (ICED) holds a conference on the topic of Institutional Change: Voices, Identities, Power, and Outcomes. The conference will start on June 5, 2018 with pre-conference workshops. Only abstracts have been opened for the previous workshops on June 5. But keep an eye on the page when it opens for submission of abstracts and registration for the conference itself this autumn.
The POD Network and Kennesaw State University are pleased to host the 2018 biennial conference of the ICED.
ICED is a professional consortium of 24 national educational development networks around the world, and it sponsors a vibrant conference, showcasing cutting-edge theoretical and practical advances in the field. The conference theme — Institutional Change: Voices, Identities, Power, and Outcomes — asks us all to consider what kind of results we are able to document when all voices are invited at the institutional and global tables. Together we claim the power that results from our rigorous and thoughtful practices.
Atlanta is the ideal backdrop to this kind of dialogue. A dynamic world capital, home to several Fortune 500 companies and host of the 1996 Olympics, it is a modern incubator of excellence, standing strong in the diversity and social justice tradition inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We look forward to welcoming our ICED friends and colleagues with our trademark southern hospitality. Mark your calendars!