Let's share our experiences and expertise on blended learning at WCBL 2019: 4rd World Conference on Blended Learning at Zayed University in Dubai from 25-27 April 2019.
Call for Presentations
The International Association for Blended Learning (IABL) is proud to organize its 4th World Conference on Blended Learning (WCBL 2019), this time in collaboration with the Center for Educational Innovation at Zayed University (ZU), Dubai, UAE. The conference organizers cordially invite researchers, trainers, teachers, professors, administrators, and technology experts to present the latest blended learning solutions, as well as discuss and exchange recent findings and new ideas based on the ongoing research, practice, and experience. We invite contributions from around the globe, from all industries and all educational sectors.
We are inviting submissions of high-quality original research papers (full and short papers) and abstracts presenting blended learning practical solutions that have not been previously published and are not under review for any other conference or journal. Submissions will be reviewed by at least two committee members on the basis of the originality of the work, the validity of the results, chosen methodology and strategies, writing quality and the overall contribution to the field of blended learning. WCBL 2019 is a blended conference and invites both face-to-face and virtual presenters.
The overarching conference themes are:
- Blended Learning Technologies and Tools in Learning and Training
- Blended Learning in Primary, Secondary, High Schools, and Higher Education
- Government and Corporate Training
Topics of Interest
Topics of interest can go beyond the conference themes, and can be based on any of the following:
- Blended learning in practice
- Design, pedagogy, and future of blended learning
- Technology in blended learning
- Blended approach to corporate training and non-profit associations
- Blended learning in language acquisition and special education
- Blended learning in K-12, higher education and teacher professional development
- Blended learning in developing countries