Paper submission date extended to Wednesday October 28.
Conference registration now open here.
Paper submission now open here.
The Organising Committee of the International Conference on Engaging Pedagogy would like to announce the call for papers for the 8th ICEP Conference to be held at the College of Computing Technology in Dublin City Centre on December 3 and 4, 2015. The theme for this year’s conference is: Voice of the Educator: Self Care and Contemplative Practices. Submissions relevant to the theme are encouraged as well as papers related to other areas of interest to the ICEP audience, including, but not limited to:
Past papers are available at www.icep.ie. Papers will be double-blind reviewed by the ICEP programme committee. The deadline for submissions is
Sunday October 18 Wednesday October 28, 2015. For templates, guidelines and more please see www.icep.ie. A template for research papers is available here. Practice papers should follow the same template but be 4-5 pages.
Accepted papers will be presented on Friday December 4.
Papers are invited to be submitted in one of the following two tracks:
ICEP is an annual event that brings together researchers and practitioners in the field of third-level teaching in order to discuss means and methods of improving student engagement. The conference format includes standard paper presentations intermingled with workshops and panel discussions. 2015 is the eighth year of the ICEP conference series, with the continuing aim of further discussion and collaboration amongst researchers and practitioners in third level teaching and learning. The conference series is themed around one central principle – how can we as educators make education more engaging for our students? The first ICEP conference was in 2008 and has since taken place at Maynooth University, University College Dublin, Griffith College, the National College of Ireland, the Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown, the Institute of Technology, Sligo and the Athlone Institute of Technology. The 2015 Conference is being hosted by the College of Computing Technology in Dublin’s City Centre.