call for papers is now closed
instructions can be used by authors who's papers are accepted
to ensure that the formatting of their final submission is
ASCILITE awards are designed to reward leaders in the use of electronic
technologies in teaching and learning in tertiary education. All
current ASCILITE members can submit an example of work for consideration.
Further details about the award categories and conditions are available
at ASCILITE Awards.
major issues which need to be considered by those intending to submit
a paper for the ASCILITE 2002 conference are:
ASCILITE 2002 program committee will call for full papers, concise
papers and workshops.
and concise papers will be fully refereed and will be published
in independent volumes of the ASCILITE 2002 conference proceedings.
will be restricted to publishing one full paper and one concise
paper as the first author in the conference proceedings. This
restriction has been introduced to encourage diversity and variety
in the conference programme. There is no restriction on the number
of papers delegates can publish as secondary authors.
will be three presentation formats at the conference:
paper presentations (25 minutes)
paper presentations (15 minutes)
presentations (1 hour)
papers can be presented as either traditional paper presentations
or as interactive presentations, short papers will follow a traditional
full and concise papers will be published in the ASCILITE 2002 proceedings
and online. Both full and concise papers must address at least one
of the conference themes.
aim of full papers is to provide comprehensive and up-to-date reviews
of an aspect of educational technology development and/or implementation.
Full papers should clearly articulate the problem, task or area
of inquiry. They should be academically rigorous and be appropriately
referenced (APA style; 5th Ed.). The aim of the paper should be
clear and authors should draw out the major implications or conclusions
of their discussion.
that fall within the scope of full papers include:
theoretical and/or conceptual reviews
technical reviews and/or systems developments
management or policy initiatives in the area of educational technology
design, development and implementation
based evaluation and research studies including, but not restricted
to, theoretically based case studies
case studies of local experiences where educational technology
has been fully implemented for over one year
educational technology product developments
pedagogical or curriculum development initiatives
are encouraged to address one of the conference
themes and full papers will be considered based on their relevance
to these and on their academic merit. Full papers must not exceed
more than 10 pages (when using the formatting described below).
aim of concise papers is to provide a forum for the discussion of
recent innovations in the area of educational technology development
and/or implementation and a forum for the discussion of works in
progress. As with full papers, concise papers should be academically
rigorous and appropriately referenced.
that fall within the scope of concise papers include:
evaluation studies, including case studies, of local experiences
with educational technology
projects in the area of educational technology development, implementation
educational technology product developments where the project
is considered a work-in-progress
papers are not restricted to the areas outlined above and the program
committee will accept additional papers based on their academic
merit, innovation and relevance to the conference themes. Concise
papers must not exceed 4 pages (when using the formatting described
in progress can be submitted for presentation in poster format.
Each poster must be supported by a one-page summary, which will
appear in the conference proceedings. To be considered, the summary
must be submitted by the submission deadline for papers and must
be in the standard format, adhering to the author's guidelines.
will be given the opportunity to present in one of three formats
at the conference: traditional paper presentations, interactive
presentations and poster presentations.
paper presentations can be traditional paper presentations or interactive
presentations and authors are encouraged to nominate the presentation
format that they would prefer.
will be allotted a 30 minute time period in the conference program.
This time is divided into 20 minutes speaking time, 5 minutes
question time, and 5 minutes changeover time. Presenters can
choose to use their question time to complete their presentation
but must not encroach on the changeover time as this is needed
to allow support staff to complete technical changeovers between
presentations and will allow conference delegates to move between
will be allotted a 25 minute time period. Presenters will
be encouraged to present a brief (5 minute) overview of their
paper and then demonstrate material which forms the basis
of their paper (e.g. educational technology products, innovations,
web pages, courses etc). The format of these presentations
is more informal than traditional paper presentations and
should encourage rolling discussion between the presenter(s)
and delegates. The presentation format will also enable the
audience to experience a hands on approach to the topic of
the presentation, however, you will need liaise with the conference
organisers with regard to the equipment that you need for
will be allotted a 20 minute time period in the conference program.
This time is divided into 15 minutes speaking 5 minutes changeover
time. Presenters must not encroach on the changeover time as this
is needed to allow support staff to complete technical changeovers
between presentations and will allow conference delegates to move
presentations will be conducted simultaneously over a one-hour period.
Presenters will lead informal discussions with delegates at their
presentation. Presenters can bring their own laptop computers to
supplement their display but computers will not be provided by the
Each poster submission will have one side of a panel. The panel size is 1200mm wide × 2300mm high. The panel orientation is portrait. Your poster display should be fine as long as you arrange your posters to fit in this area.
Please bring your own materials to stick your posters onto your panel.
The poster panels will be ready for you on 7 December 2002. They are located in The Hub in building 180.
full and concise papers will be subjected to a double blind peer
review. Full and concise papers that are accepted will be published
in the ASCILITE 2002 conference proceedings, which will appear in
both print and electronic form. This refereeing process will conform
to international standards.
note that abstracts will not be reviewed as part of the refereeing
process. Full and concise papers are due by July 30, 2002 (see
usual workshops will be run on the Sunday before the formal opening
of ASCILITE 2002. Workshops make an invaluable contribution to the
ASCILITE conference program as they provide a forum for detailed
discussion and consideration of issues in the area of educational
technology. They provide an excellent opportunity for staff development
where experts in the field take time to enhance the skills and broaden
the perspectives of participants.
proposals should be no longer than three pages (or 1,500 words).
Body text should be Times New Roman, 12 point, singled-spaced and
all margins should be set at 3 cm. Proposals
should include the following information:
of workshop (half-day or full-day)
audience and degree of expertise required by workshop participants
statement of the objectives of the workshop
detailed description of the workshop format including activities
workshop participants will be expected to engage in
summary of the workshop presenter's qualifications
due (full, concise and workshops)
of acceptance (full, concise and workshops)
of acceptance (posters only)
30 , 2002
that conform to the above guidelines should be sent as email attachments
in either Microsoft Word or Rich Text File (RTF) format to the firstname.lastname@example.org.