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NLC2024 Submission Information

Please find information on how to submit your research for the 2024 Networked Learning Conference below and in the Call for Papers

NLC2024 Call for PapersSubmit your work for NLC2024

NLC2024 Submission Information

Please find information on how to submit your research for the 2024 Networked Learning Conference below and in the Call for Papers

NLC2024 Call for PapersSubmit your work for NLC2024

NLC2024 conference themes

  • Digital futures and environmental renaissance (e.g., sustainability, the need for degrowth in digitalization, well-being issues and perspectives in networked learning, rewilding networked learning ecologies, networked learning, environment and climate change)
  • Artificial intelligence, learning analytics and emergent digital technologies (e.g., the role of AI, learning analytics, immersive technologies, generative pre-trained transformers (GPT), mixed realities, mobile technologies for networked learning)
  • Ethical and responsible innovation and research (e.g., privacy, surveillance, inclusion, criticality, equity and social justice, relational pedagogies, eco pedagogies)
  • Spaces, places and modalities for networked learning (e.g., online, blended, hybrid, boundless), design, implementation and evaluation of networked learning
  • Networked learning in formal, non-formal and informal contexts of learning and development across the lifespan (e.g., early childhood, school, higher education, professional development, community learning, large-scale and small-scale open courses)
  • Theory and theorisation advancing the field of networked learning
  • Philosophies, theories, methodologies, and research designs for networked learning (e.g., postdigitality, posthumanism, phenomenography, phenomenology, social network analysis, socio-material approaches)

NLC2024 submission formats

  • Full papers on research results
  • Short papers on research in progress (Pecha Kucha presentation)
  • Symposia: 1.5 hours – You convene, organise and invite 3–4 full papers to present on a chosen theme
  • Workshops: 1.5 hours – Active involvement of participants (e.g., concerning a concept, method, model or technology)
  • Round table discussions: 1.5 hours – Open discussion of topic introduced and framed by the organiser

NLC2024 submission details

Please find more information on how to submit the submission types listed below

Please note:

All NLC submissions (excluding round table and workshop proposals) are peer-reviewed anonymously. However, we kindly ask you to include author details when uploading your final submissions.