Additional Information About ICLS 2020:
I’ve never attended ICLS before. Is it a good conference for my work?
If you study learning, the answer is YES. This conference is put on by the International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS), an organization that works across disciplines to delve into this complex, human and ubiquitous phenomenon.
What are the requirements for a submission?
You can propose papers, posters, or symposia. The details for requirements for each submission type are here.
Can I attend even if I don’t have work to present?
YES. We will also have workshops that are topic specific, methodological, and focused on mentoring for people of different career phases.
Who are the workshop mentors?
- Doctoral workshop mentors: Britte Cheng (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Susan Jurow (email@example.com)
- Early-career workshop mentors: Ravit Golan Duncan (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Rogers Hall (email@example.com)
- Mid-career workshop mentors: Alfredo Artiles (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Kris Gutiérrez (email@example.com)
When will workshop submissions and applications be made available?
After the November 22nd paper submission deadline. Stay tuned!
Where can I find more information about the doctoral consortium?
I study learning but not so much identity. Should I submit to the learning and identity strand?
Yes, this would be appropriate.