Call for Papers: ID+SCORM 2008


We are pleased to announce the upcoming 2008 ID+SCORM that will take place on 21-22 February. Please click here (PDF) to access a flyer for more information.

As you will see, we already have two keynote speakers on the program for the gathering that will take place on 21-22 February. (In consideration of our out of state visitors, skiing will still be great!)

Based on our research on the Web, we identified you as someone who might be interested in receiving a call for papers for the upcoming 2008 ID+SCORM Symposium. We are looking for papers addressing instructional design, SCORM, and all related topics. Sample symposium topics include:
  • Implementing principles of instructional design and design research with SCORM conformant learning management systems
  • Specifications and the design and reuse of learning objects
  • Potential incompatibilities for learning objects between the principles of design and reusability
  • The ideal granularity of a learning object `

All papers should follow APA format and should be submitted in (preferred) MS Word or RTF format.

I am running a little late in getting out the notice, so we will extend the deadlines for receiving and processing the abstracts from what we had originally planned. We had hoped to begin the process by 14 December, but the submission deadlines are now as follows:
  • Dec 21: Abstracts due
  • Jan 15: Abstracts selected by advisory committee
  • Jan 29: Author's final draft submission deadline
  • Feb 12: Final copies submitted from advisory committee

Click here to access a PDF of a symposium flyer, which explains the meeting's purpose, goals, and targeted audience. The flyer will run as an ad on the back cover of the upcoming Educational Technology magazine. It would be great if you would print it and post it on a bulletin board in your organization or send it to colleagues for their consideration.

Please respond to let us know whether or not you will be able to help us again this year with the reviewing and selection of papers.

It would be great to have you with us for another round!


Michael Bush
Program Director

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