Korean Society for Educational Technology 's Description

Since 1985, the Korean Society for Educational Technology (KSET) has played a vital role in developing theoretical and practical excellence in the field of instructional technology. As an affiliate of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), KSET has more than 1,000 members who are researchers, developers, and practitioners in academia, corporations, and government organizations. There are six special interest groups (SIGs) in KSET: Theories and Models; Design and Development; Implementation and Management; Evaluation and Quality Assurance; Research Methodology; e-Learning; and Human Resources Development. KSET has also organized and sponsored several annual international conferences, such as the International Conference of Educational Technology (ICET).

In line with the conference theme of “Learning for All” this year, you are encouraged to submit proposals that focus on a theory, concept, or practice of instructional design and development that would shed light on improving instruction and learning for traditionally underrepresented groups or populations in a wide variety of settings.

For more information, please contact: Sanghoon Park at park2@usf.edu or Cheolil Lim at chlim@snu.ac.kr