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I-MELT short paper submission deadline extension

24th August

An extension to I-MELT short paper submission deadline has been announced. Visit has all conference details.

So far they have exciting short papers dealing with a variety of MELT uses, adaptations, evaluations and critiques from Fiji, Malaysia, Pakistan, UK, USA and Australasia. Short papers submitted to date include a focus on:

Problem Based Learning; Critical Thinking; Work Integrated Learning; Clinical Reasoning; Development of the research skills of Pacific People’s, refugees in Australia, English Learners in Pakistan; RSD for addressing Equity Gaps; Enhancing Maths learning and problem solving; First year transitions; Masters programs and MBAs; Integrated Online Reports; RSD Communities of Practice; Research Training; and Experiential Writing; in many discipline or cross-disciplinary contexts.

The Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching (MELT) inform the conference and include:

For those who submitted on time, they are still planning to have peer reviewers’ comments back to you by the 24th August, so that you can plan your travel and accommodation accordingly.

As I-MELT is 11-13 December, accommodation is at a premium; conference rates are currently available on the website

For those who submit by 14 August, you should hear about outcomes for your paper by 14 September.

Some accepted short papers will be invited to submit a full paper for a Special Issue of the JUTLP. There is also a separate call for EoIs .

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