Abstracts submitted can be for oral or poster presentations (please indicate your preference when submitting your abstract). The Scientific Committee reserves the right to accept or reject abstracts. In addition, the Committee will endeavor to allocate accepted abstracts according to your preference but this cannot be guaranteed.
The deadline for abstract submission (500-700 words are required) expired on May 31st 2017. You can still send us a late-breaking abstract, but our Commission reserves the right not to evaluate proposals received after the deadline.
The late-breaking abstract deadline is not intended to be merely an extension of the general submission deadline. It will focus on capturing abstracts with ground-breaking and unique data that would not otherwise have been presented at the Conference.
Oral presentations will be 25 minutes in total, 5 of which are for questions.
Best papers will be selected to be included in a special issue of Educational Media International (EMI), the ICEM’s refereed academic journal published by Routdlege (Taylor & Francis) and issued quarterly. It is covered by the British Education Index; Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA), Research into higher Education Abstracts; ERIC; EBSCO host; and Proquest Information and Learning. The journal provides an international forum for the exchange of information and views on new developments in educational and mass media. Contributions are drawn from academics and professionals whose ideas and experiences come from a number of countries and contexts.·Priority is given to papers that reveal novel concepts of broad interest to the educational media community. We place a strong emphasis on educational media production, distribution, and use, and interdisciplinary research that reflects the diversity of the educational technology profession. We also publish articles and seek to stimulate research in emerging educational media areas, such as those created by globalization, technology developments, public policy shifts, future trends, and innovation.
Be sure to send your final paper (up to 10 pages) to the session chair by July 30th.
Posters will be displayed near the exhibition area for the duration of the conference.
Please note that we will only include the contributions in the Programme if at least one of the authors is registered for the event by 30th July at the latest.
For any questions please contact the ICEM2017 Secretariat on email@example.com.
When submitting your abstract, remember to choose one of the four conference tracks:
- Digital culture and educational environments;
- Space vs. Interface design;
- Platformism – new paradigms in online learning;
- Going visual: video language and pedagogy.
Please note: by clicking the button “Submit your abstract” you are submitting an abstract for the conference sessions (21 – 22 September).
If you want to check also how to submit an abstract for workshop session (pre-conference day 20 September), please click on the button “Go to workshop submission”