iLRN 2020 Immersive Learning Project Showcase

The Immersive Learning Project Showcase is an opportunity for educators and students to give iLRN 2020 conference participants a “taste” of the XR and immersive learning experiences they have created. This may take the form of:

  • a regular or 360o video demonstration/tour/walkthrough of the experience;
  • an interactive 3D exhibit created in a Mozilla Hubs room;
  • a 2D web-based gallery of graphics, animations, and/or other multimedia artifacts; or
  • a combination of any of the above.

A link to the experience itself (or to a website/portal from which it can be downloaded) may also optionally be included, but only if it is freely accessible and not behind a paywall.

In addition to prioritizing the proposals that they determine to be the most compelling and interactive, the Organizing Committee will give preference to Project Showcase submissions from individuals and groups who will also be delivering papers/presentations at the conference that are related to their Project Showcase submissions.

Please note that this submission category is intended solely for faculty, staff, and students of educational institutions (K-12 schools, community colleges, and universities) to showcase their projects. Businesses interested in gaining exposure for their products and services at the conference should consider purchasing a sponsorship or exhibition package.

 

Proposal Form

Coming soon

 

Immersive Learning Project Showcase
  • Proposal submission deadline (Main round*): February 14, 2020 [CLOSED]
  • Notification of review outcomes from main submission round: March 23, 2020
  • Proposal submission deadline (Late round*): April 19, 2020
  • Notification of review outcomes from late submission round: May 7, 2020
  • Final versions of practitioner abstracts for conference program due: May 23, 2020
  • Presenter registration deadline: May 23, 2020
  • Showcase materials and artifacts due: May 23, 2020
  • Conference opening: June 21, 2020

*Although proposals for the Immersive Learning Project Showcase may be submitted in both the main round and the late-round, those submitted in the main round will have the advantage of potentially being able to be revised for resubmission in the late round, should they initially be rejected.

 

Registration Requirements for Immersive Learning Project Showcase Presenters

At least one presenter per accepted Immersive Learning Project Showcase submission must register for the full conference. They may do so at the Practitioner Presenter rate, provided they are not listed as authors on any Academic Stream papers.