Presentation Proposal Submission

VWBPE 2019

re:Vision Introduction

The ideal of re:Vision is to bring forth reflections on the past, to conceptualize a better future, and to move onward with change that is both promising and constructive. In an age when technology connects everyone through both facts and opinions, re:Vision is about renewing the promises of connectivity in more insightful ways. Through re:Vision, we can inspire innovative ideas for collaborative education in immersive environments.

We are revising the old to make way for brave new digital spaces of teaching and learning practice. What needs to be considered as we create a new vision? What needs reappraisal from what was, as we move to what might be? What should we keep and what needs to go? How do we decide?

Innovation isn’t just a word used by scientists and entrepreneurs. It has come to describe our ever-changing global society. Here is your chance to be part of the re:Vision of the future. How are you incorporating the multitude of immersive spaces and technologies into your practice?

Re:Vision plays a role in how multifaceted communities are contributing to and expanding best practices in virtual spaces to support play, creation, and learning. VWBPE invites you, the innovator in these endeavours, to share your re:Vision at the conference. When you submit your proposal, consider how your community contributes to the knowledge base of innovation and change through the increasingly complex landscape of digital technology.

Now is the time. Re:Vision the future of creation and immersive learning within and beyond the ecosystem of VWBPE.

VWBPE 2019 Presentation Proposal

VWBPE 2019 Presentation Proposal

Please complete all required fields. Refer to the VWBPE 2019 Presentation Proposal Guidelines and the VWBPE 2019 Paper Submission Guidelines.
Deadline for submission in this final call is January 14, 2019.

Presentation Details

Please indicate 1 or 2 objectives for your proposed presentation.
Describe 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...." Limit 100 characters.
Describe 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...." Limit 100 characters.
Please describe as clearly and specifically as possible, how your proposal fits the re:Vision conference theme. How does it contribute to the future of practice, play, and learning in digital spaces?
Please list 1-4 keywords that apply to your proposal. These may include tags for topics, technologies used, digital skills applied, etc.
Please provide a question from your presentation topic that we can uses for the Conference Hunt Game.
Please provide the answer to the question from your presentation topic that we can uses for the Conference Hunt Game.
Please describe as specifically and clearly, how your proposal fits the track you have selected.
Describe 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...." Limit 100 characters.
It is important to take into consideration the communication needs of our diverse and international audience. Please indicate how you will make your presentation accessible for both voice and text. If you will use the SpeakEasy HUD, you can request a mentor to assist you.
Note: As the Lead Presenter submitting a paper, your real name will be required for the peer review and publication of your paper for this proposed presentation. You will be able to upload the paper as the next step.
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Presenter Details

The Lead Presenter is the submitter of this proposal and, in the case of Roundtable Discussions, is also one of the Discussants.
Which community do you represent? Please select only one.
If you have a co-presenter, he or she will also be listed as a co-author in your paper. This applies when either the "Spotlight Presentation" or "Hands on Technology Workshop" format is selected.

Co-presenter Details

Which community does your co-presenter represent? Please select only one.

Discussant #2 Details

Including this Discussant's real name is required for inclusion in publication of a paper for this proposed roundtable discussion.
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Which community does this discussant represent? Please select only one.

Discussant #3 Details

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Discussant #4 Details

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Discussant #5 Details

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