Culture, Learning and Technology's Description
The Culture, Learning, and Technology division is composed of AECT members who are concerned with issues relevant to the intersection of culture, learning, and technology. In addition, CLT provides its members with a professional community, opportunities to share professional experiences, and learn from experts in the field. We define Culture, Learning, and Technology in the following ways:
We seek proposals that explore relationships between culture, learning, and technology in education, politics, economics, science, the arts, business, and all other segments of society. Our only requirement is that all proposals explicitly address culture, learning and technology.
We welcome proposals that present the findings of empirical research as well as conceptual/theoretical pieces that address the conference theme:
Learning for All! We encourage proposals that address what may be traditionally underrepresented groups or populations. Proposers should attempt to address this theme in their proposals, highlighting where the proposal addresses this theme.
For each conference, CLT accepts proposals for four types of presentations: Concurrent sessions, roundtables, poster presentations, and panel discussions.
Please see the 2018 “Invitation to Present” and Call for Proposal page for the unique themes attached to each type of proposal for the 2018 Convention in Kansas City. Also, be sure to read the Submission Guidelines and Effective Proposals information available from the links on the same page.
For questions regarding proposals for Culture, Learning and Technology please contact:
CLT- Conference Planner: Akesha Horton (firstname.lastname@example.org)