CfP: 2016 Networked Learning Conference

Sunday, October 4, 2015 - 7:00pm

The tenth International Networked Learning Conference will take place at Lancaster University, UK, 9th-1tth May 2016.

A call for papers (full papers, short papers, or symposia) is currently active; the deadline for submissions is 5th October 2015. The call lists the following conference themes:

  • Theories, methodologies, perspectives and paradigms for Research in Networked Learning
  • Methods, research design, data and analysis in Networked learning (e.g. phenomenography, social network analysis, ANT and post-ANT, learning analytics, big data)
  • Debates, critical ideas and emerging issues (e.g. sustainability, open and public participation, democracy, posthumanism, digital scholarship)
  • Designs for Networked Learning, architectures, spaces, and mobilities (e.g. MOOCs, communities and networks of practice, hybrid spaces, networked learning in f2f settings)
  • Inclusivity, recognition that there are differences between learners which can be supported through technology to learn together
  • Interculturality, interaction, collaboration and fusion between cultural communities whilst explicitly recognising the value of diversity
  • Globalisation, interconnection around the world through networking, travel, trade and cultural exchange
  • Mobility, learning on the move/learning with mobile devices

Full details can be found on the conference website at


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