Applications are sought from suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join the Program Committee as paper and/or proposal reviewers for iLRN 2021.
The minimum requirement to serve as a reviewer of Academic Stream papers is a Master’s degree plus research experience; for those wishing to review proposals for the Practitioner Stream as well as for workshops, panel sessions, and special sessions a minimum of 3 years’ practical (e.g., teaching, training, design, development) experience is required.
An award will be presented to one or more member(s) of the Program Committee for the conference who the iLRN 2021 Program Chairs, in consultation with the Conference General Chairs and the wider Conference Organizing Committee, deem to have made the most outstanding contribution in executing their reviewing duties. (Note: The Program Chairs’ decision is final.)
Interested individuals should in the first instance complete the application form linked below. The form should take approximately 10 to 12 minutes to complete. Your taking the time to provide as detailed information as possible is greatly appreciated as this will assist us in determining your eligibility to serve on the Program Committee, and if you are selected to join the Committee, in matching you with submissions that you will be both interested in and qualified to review.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis via the form linked below, but applicants wishing to be considered for Program Committee roles in the main paper and proposal submission round (i.e., to review Academic Full and Short papers) should plan to complete the application form no later than January 15, 2021. After that date, applications will continue to be accepted, but depending on the volume of papers and proposals received, new Program Committee members may only be assigned papers/proposals from the late submission round, which will only include Academic Work-in-progress papers (aka posters), Practitioner proposals, and/or proposals for workshops/panels/special sessions.
Successful applicants will be notified by email and will be asked to review no more than three (3) papers or proposals between mid January and late April, with the expectation that they complete their reviews within 3 weeks.