Submit an abstract
The deadline for abstract submissions to the Innovating Higher Education Conference 2023 has passed.
Contributions should be in line with the scope and topics relevant to the conference. The abstract should not exceed 500 words. Please use the English language only.
To submit your abstract, you can create a login via our conference platform Ex Ordo (https://i-he2023.exordo.com/). Once you created an account, you are able to submit, consult and change your abstract at any time, until the submission deadline.
You can submit your abstract to one of the three submission categories:
•Presentation (15 minutes)
•Workshop (45 minutes)
•Research (30 minutes). See ‘research track’ below for more information.
The review committee will make the final decision regarding the format that will be assigned to accepted submissions.
Full paper publication
Authors of accepted abstracts can publish a full paper under the I·HE2023 proceedings. Alternatively, selected abstracts from the research track will be invited to submit a full paper to the Online Learning Journal (OLJ). See ‘research track’ below for more information. Please note that publishing a full paper is not mandatory.
Abstracts submitted to the research track should describe original research and apply a rigorous research method. Submissions to this track undergo a single blind peer-review by the Center for Open Education Research (COER).
An extended abstract with a maximum of 500 words (excluding references) is required for the research track that outlines the rationale for the study, research questions, the design and methodology, findings, and implications of the study.
Submissions are evaluated based primarily on originality, significance, methodological rigour, and relevance to the conference themes.
Based on full papers submitted within the research track, a shortlist will be made on papers qualifying for a selection procedure of the Online Learning Journal (OLJ). OLJ is a peer reviewed, open access journal dedicated to the development and dissemination of new knowledge at the intersection of pedagogy, emerging technology, policy, and practice in online environments.
If you have any questions, please contact Stefan Meuleman: firstname.lastname@example.org