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McJulien Scholar Best Paper Award 


The Culture, Learning, and Technology’s McJulien Scholar Award is presented to the best proposal submitted to the Culture, Learning and Technology Division.

The awardee a plaque presented during the awards ceremony at the 2017 annual convention to be held November 7 - November 11, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront in Jacksonville, Florida.

For:

The best paper discussing a theoretical construct or research that could guide further research and/or development in nexus of Culture, Learning and Technology.

Background:

Scholarship Award was established by Wes McJulien, past president of AECT and member of the ECT Foundation, in memory of his son, Patrick D. McJulien.

Eligibility::

  1. The applicant must be member of AECT and a member of the Culture, Learning and Technology Division
  2. The winner(s) will be selected from proposals accepted for a concurrent session at the Annual Convention

Guidelines:

The proposal must be an original unpublished work dealing with research and/or theory in culture, learning and technology. It can include a theoretical construct, analyses of related research, and original recommendations for future research and/or development. The paper may not be a report of a specific research study or development project. It must also conform to the Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition.

Procedure:

All concurrent proposal submissions to the Culture, Learning, and Technology division will be considered for the award.

The winner(s) must be willing to

  • serve for at least period of one (1) year as advisors to the AECT CLT Board
  • lead the McJulien Scholar panel discussion at the next Annual Convention.
  • write a full paper to support his/her proposal which will be submitted for consideration as an AECT CLT brief

Selection:

The selection of the winning proposal will be the responsibility of the awards committee for the Culture, Learning and Technology Division. Only a submission judged worthy of the award will win. An award will not be made if none of the entries are deemed meritorious.

Funding and Support:

The plaque for this award is supported by Routledge Publishing

Contact:

For additional information please contact Holly Marshburn, Vice-President of Awards and Finance at marshburn.holly@gmail.com

 

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