The presentation tracks are for those who support education or research, but who are not academics or directly connected to schools or educational organizations. These may include non-profit organizations, developers or designers, tool providers, and other individuals who offer training and support for educators, but who are not educators themselves.
Additionally, these tracks are also for research and best practices application within educational settings that use virtual worlds, both traditional and corporate, who wish to share findings and implications for innovative practice. Presenters have the option to submit a paper for peer review and publication in the conference proceedings.
Your submission should list 1 or 2 objectives which indicate what your participants will gain from your session in learning, skills, application, or engagement. Each objective should be one concise sentence, which begins as follows: “Participants will be able to….”
Your description should explain the connection to the track you are selecting, how it is exemplified in the session, and how your community of practice supports educators and education in general. [500 character limit]