Designs on eLearning 2016 – Anxiety and Security

New School students & recent alumni (from design, the creative arts, media studies, and cultural production more generally) are invited to submit proposals for Designs on eLearning 2016: Anxiety and Security, an international conference in partnership with The New School, University of the Arts London (UAL), Penn State University and Texas State University. The conference will be hosted at The New School, New York City on 21 – 22 September 2016.
Application deadline: September 9th, 2016.
Accepted presenters will be notified by September 13th.
To be considered, email a 300-word abstract to cynthia@newschool.edu and david@newschool.edu.
Students & recent alumni are invited to propose brief (Pecha Kucha-style) presentations on any of the conference themes. This is a great opportunity to showcase your work in an international peer-reviewed conference setting. Preference will be given to proposals that draw from coursework (written or produced):

 

  • Anxiety and Security in the curriculum
  • Identity and Privacy in Online Educational Spaces
  • Digital Presence and Professionalization
  • Digital Wellbeing

 

All accepted presenters will get full free access to all conference sessions and meals.
About DeL 2016
Designs on eLearning (DeL) is an international conference exploring the use of technology in art and design Higher Education. As digital technologies continue to transform the creative and pedagogic landscape, we face exciting possibilities and new challenges for the future of education. Themed Anxiety and Security, DeL 2016 aims to explore digital anxieties in art and design higher education, and collectively build ideas for reaching states of security and wellbeing.
You can find full details on the DeL 2016 website.
We look forward to receiving your submissions!
Enquiries: Cynthia Lawson, cynthia@newschool.edu and David Carroll, david@newschool.edu
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About William Enders

A sophomore Design and Technology major at Parsons School for Design, focusing on interactive media and video games.