Doctoral Student Consortium Call for Papers
Doctoral Student Consortium
Call for Proposals
The Doctoral Student Consortium (DSC) has become a regular feature of ICCE conferences since ICCE 2002. The DSC is held in conjunction with ICCE 2017 and is organized to bring together PhD students working in the following 7 areas:
- C1: ICCE Sub-Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education/Intelligent Tutoring System (AIED/ITS) and Adaptive Learning
- C2: ICCE Sub-Conference on Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) and Learning Sciences
- C3: ICCE Sub-Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ALT), Learning Analytics and Digital Infrastructure
- C4: ICCE Sub-Conference on Classroom, Ubiquitous, and Mobile Technologies Enhanced Learning (CUMTEL)
- C5: ICCE Sub-Conference on Digital Game and Digital Toy Enhanced Learning and Society (GTEL&S)
- C6: ICCE Sub-Conference on Technology Enhanced Language Learning (TELL)
- C7: ICCE Sub-Conference on Practice-driven Research, Teacher Professional Development and Policy of ICT in Education (PTP)
The DSC will be a half-day event held during the pre-conference days of ICCE 2017 (December 4 or 5). The DSC aims to provide an opportunity for a selected number of PhD students to present, discuss and receive feedback on their dissertation work-in-progress from a panel of established researchers from relevant fields.
The DSC is also an opportunity for students to shape their research methodologies and analysis. As such, intending participants should not be too close to completing their research that the consortium would have little impact on their research work.
- Provide feedback to participants on their current research approach and methodology
- Provide theme-based forums for discussing methodological and theoretical issues of central importance to different DSC themes
- Provide guidance on future research directions
- Nurture a supportive learning community by promoting interaction between young researchers from various institutions and across different countries in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.
- Proposals must relate to the themes of ICCE 2017.
- Potential participants should have chosen a PhD topic and begun their dissertation work.
[NOTE: PhD students who are close to graduation, or have nearly completed their dissertation work are advised to apply ‘Early Career Workshop’ (ECW) instead of DSC]
Submission Requirements and Materials
The following materials are required for the submission of a DSC proposal:
- A paper describing your PhD dissertation work (not exceeding four pages), and addressing the following elements:
- Motivation for the proposed research, including literature review on related work with key references
- Description of the proposed research work with preliminary research questions
- Description of the contribution of the proposed research
- Proposed research methodology
- A cover page with your name/contact information, dissertation title, advisor’s name/contact information, and the theme-based DSC to which your proposal is submitted.
- A letter of support from your advisor, including an expected date for dissertation completion
Please download the word document template from ICCE 2017 Author Guidelines to prepare your submission. Submit your proposal in MS Word (.doc) version by email to the DSC chair (Fu-Yun Yu, email@example.com) and co-chair (Sahana Murthy, firstname.lastname@example.org).
The DSC chair will notify authors of successful submissions with an invitation to the Doctoral Consortium after the review process is completed. If your DSC proposal is accepted, the paper (a maximum of four pages) will be published in the Doctoral Student Consortium Proceedings of ICCE 2017, which will be submitted to Elsevier for inclusion in Scopus.
- Deadline for submission: August 15, 2017
- Notification to authors: August 22, 2017
- Final version due: August 31, 2017
Doctoral Student Consortium Chair
Fu-Yun Yu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan (email@example.com)
Doctoral Student Consortium Co-Chair
Sahana Murthy, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Gautam Biswas, Vanderbilt University, USA
Ben Chang, National Central University, Taiwan
Maiga Chang, Athabasca University, Canada
Jon Mason, Charles Darwin University, Australia