How to prepare submissions for publication.
Did you present at a session during CLS?
As announced at the MIT Media Lab this past August, the Connected Learning Summit conference committee is excited to publish the inaugural Proceedings of the 2018 Connected Learning Summit. This website provides you with information about how to submit your research and session information for publication in the proceedings.
We anticipate the following publication timeline for the proceedings:
Monday, September 17th: Proceedings website accepting updated session information and research papers
Monday, October 22nd: Deadline for all updated session information and research papers
November/December: Proceedings published
The Proceedings of the 2018 Connected Learning Summit will be published by Carnegie Mellon University’s ETC Press. The proceedings will be made available online for free. All sessions accepted for presentation during CLS will be featured in the proceedings. Full research papers will be published in their entirety. Presentations associated with all other session types will be published as a 250-word abstract (similar to the session information provided in the conference program). Select the appropriate link, below, to update your session information and/or to submit the final version of your research paper.
Full Research Papers
Click here if you are the primary contact/first author for a full research paper.
Spotlight Presentations, Workshops, Ignite Talks, Working Papers, Tech Demos, Symposia, Hall of Failure, Well Played
Click here if you are the primary contact/first author for a spotlight presentation, workshop, ignite talk, working paper, tech demo, symposia, hall of failure, or a well played session.
Questions? Please direct all questions to Proceedings Editor Jeremiah (Remi) Kalir at email@example.com.