Call for Proposals
The Global Society of Online Literacy Educators (GSOLE) invites proposals for its fourth annual online international conference to be held on Friday, January 29, 2021.
We recognize that the core of teaching and learning is literacy. No matter the delivery method -- online, hybrid, flex, or face-to-face -- high quality teaching starts with strong content and informed pedagogy. To that end, we welcome a wide variety of proposals that foster discussions across cultures, environments, disciplines, and levels.
We seek proposals that address the broad aspects of our mission:
We invite proposals for presentations taking one of the forms described below.
Proposals should be prepared for blind review, and therefore the authors' names and institutional affiliations should not appear within the presentation abstract. Where applicable, use anonymous descriptors to discuss institutional contexts and presenters (e.g., “large two-year college”; “English department at state university”; “WPA”; “adjunct faculty member”; etc.). Peer review will commence promptly after the submission deadline, and notifications will follow in November. NOTE: Please no more than two proposals total; and if two, then they should be of different presentation formats.
The proposal form asks prospective presenters for the following information:
(The proposal form is linked at the top of the page.)
All presenters will be required to confirm GSOLE membership as part of accepting an invitation to present. See below for opportunities for financial support.
Topics of Interest
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