12th Biennial Conference
June 5-8, 2018
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
The ICED conference team is hard at work to create the best conference possible. The only thing missing is your preconference proposal!
Why should you submit a preconference proposal? Preconference workshops offer the opportunity to make a big difference in the practice of international educational development. You will be able to delve into a specific concept/topic/tool with plenty of time to explore details and offer hands-on practice and application of skills. While we can’t promise every pre-conference submission will be accepted, the preconference workshop list is one of the most-visited pages of the conference website, so it’s a great way to disseminate your contributions!
And, if your proposal gets included in the program, you will be able to attend another preconference workshop for free!
Please visit the conference website to submit your proposal for an engaging 3-hour workshop with hands-on applications.
Proposal Deadline is: September 1, 2017.
Submit Your Proposal Here
ICED conferences succeed because of the generosity of many thoughtful volunteers. We are looking for volunteers in three critical areas:
- A large team of session reviewers across multiple areas of expertise.
- Volunteers on social media platforms to amplify all conference communications.
- Volunteers at the registration desk during the conference.
The opening keynote panel will help us unpack the conference theme, “Institutional Change: Voices, Identities, Power and Outcomes.” Our illustrious international keynote panelists include:
Dr. Huang Hoon Chng, National University of Singapore
Dr. Joy Mighty, Carleton University, Canada
Dr. Torgny Roxå, Lund University, Sweden
Dr. Mary Deane Sorcinelli, University of Massachusetts—Amherst, USA
The closing keynote, titled “Reimagining the Place of Students in Educational Development,” will be delivered by Dr. Peter Felten, Elon University, USA.
We will profile each panelist and their work in the coming months to set the stage for the keynotes – watch for more news.