From LICE Website:

The London International Conference on Education (LICE) is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. The LICE promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Education.

The aim of LICE is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. The LICE-2010 invites research papers that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation.

The topics in LICE-2010 include but are not confined to the following areas:

  • Academic Advising and Counselling
  • Art Education
  • Adult Education
  • APD/Listening
  • Acoustics in Education Environment
  • Business Education
  • Counsellor Education
  • Curriculum, Research and Development
  • Competitive Skills
  • Continuing Education
  • Distance Education
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Educational Administration
  • Educational Foundations
  • Educational Psychology
  • Educational Technology
  • Education Policy and Leadership
  • Elementary Education
  • E-Learning
  • E-Manufacturing
  • E-Society
  • Geographical Education
  • Geographic information systems
  • Health Education
  • Higher Education
  • History
  • Home Education
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Human Resource Development
  • Indigenous Education
  • ICT Education
  • Internet technologies
  • Imaginative Education
  • Kinesiology andLeisure Science
  • K12
  • Language Education
  • Mathematics Education
  • Mobile Applications
  • Multi-Virtual Environment
  • Music Education
  • Pedagogy
  • Physical Education (PE)
  • Reading Education
  • Writing Education
  • Religion and Education Studies
  • Research Assessment Exercise (RAE)
  • Rural Education
  • Science Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Second life Educators
  • Social Studies Education
  • Special Education
  • Student Affairs
  • Teacher Education
  • Cross-disciplinary areas of Education
  • Ubiquitous Computing
  • Virtual Reality
  • Wireless applications
  • Other Areas of Education

All the accepted papers will appear in the proceedings and modified version of selected papers will be published in special issues peer reviewed journals.

International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in  Education International Journal for Infonomics International Journal  for Digital Society (IJDS) Literacy Information  and Computer Education

Click Call for Papers for information on submitting a paper!


Thanks to Mousumi Mukherjee for the link:

Global Studies Association Annual Conference

“The Global Crisis and Beyond

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

May 7th -9th, 2010

Accepting 100 word abstracts on all topics that touch on globalization.

Abstracts should be sent to Jerry Harris at:

Deadline is March 31st.

The global crisis is all sided, affecting communities throughout the world. Our keynote speakers will examine different aspects and alternatives to the global meltdown including: affects on the global South; affects on and responses from women; cut-backs in education; how the media has covered the crisis;  the growth of right-wing populism and fundamentalism; and alternative economics. Workshops will cover a broad array of topics and we accept papers covering all aspects of globalization.

For information on the conference go to the GSA web site:

There is a call for submissions of proposals for the Third Annual Teacher Education Symposium sponsored by the Consortium for Research in Teacher Education and the College of Education at the University of Texas-Austin.

Thanks to  Mousumi Mukherjee for the link:

The proposal deadline is  February 7. The conference will be held on April 3, 2010. For the call for papers and information on plenary speakers, please see the following

Thanks to Mousumi Mukherjee


The Canadian Modern Language Review


The Editors of the Canadian Modern Language Review invite proposals for the
annual special issue of the journal. Proposals should identify a
contemporary topic which will allow for the exploration of recent advances
in theory, research, and practice in second language learning and teaching.
The proposed topic should also be one that will attract diverse
perspectives, research methodologies, and pedagogical applications.

The special issue of the CMLR is an open call for papers; guest editors
therefore manage the submissions, following the standard double blind review
process. At least one of the editors should be fluent in both English and

Proposals will be evaluated by the CMLR Editors and members of the Editorial
Board. The criteria will include: relevance to the mandate of the journal;
significance of the topic to the field; and the qualifications of the two
editors. The successful proposal will be announced in the spring of 2010.

Guest editors should refer to the Guidelines for Special Issue Proposals on
the CMLR website for the details of the submission requirements.

Due date for proposals: January 5, 2010

Call for papers for PBD 24 anual conference. ” Phi Beta Delta, founded at California State University, Long Beach in 1986, was established as an organization in 1987 with 38 chartered chapters, many of which had existed for a considerable time previously at the local level.  It is the first honor society dedicated to recognizing scholarly achievement in international education. As of December of 2007, 168 chapters have been chartered” (PBD website).  Information on registration for the conference and on submission of papers here
Thanks to Mousumi Mukherjee for the link
From PBD website:
Message from President-Elect Edward K. Khiwa
2010 Phi Beta Delta Annual Conference
“Higher Education, Globalization, and Internationalization:
Collaborating in Economically Challenging Times”


Greetings, Phi Beta Delta Colleagues and welcome back to the new academic year! On behalf of Langston University’s Epsilon Epsilon chapter, the Pennsylvania Phi Beta Delta members, the Phi Beta Delta International President, Board of Directors, and the National Organizing Committee, I would like to invite you to attend the 24th Annual Conference: Higher Education, Globalization, and Internationalization: Collaborating in Economically Challenging Times, which will take place April 8th and 9th, 2010, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel (Center City location), in Philadelphia, PA. To get the special rate, mention the name of Phi Beta Delta when making reservations.  We also invite colleagues to prepare abstracts for consideration on one of our panels.  Information for abstract submission can be found here:


Thanks to Gabriela Walker for the link

From Power & Education website:

The 9th conference in the ‘Discourse, Power, Resistance’ (DPR) series – whose official journal is Power and Education – will be held at the School of Education and Training, University of Greenwich, London, United Kingdom, between 30 March and 1 April, 2010.

The venue is part of a world heritage site laid out in the late 17th and early 18th Centuries by Sir Christopher Wren and his successors. The conference will use the King William Building and the Stephen Lawrence Building.

The title of the conference is ‘DPR9: Trust’. The conference will look at issues of trust in the academy and beyond – in management, teaching, learning and research.

The six streams of the conference will be:

– Trust and Leadership in the Academy
– Trust and Panic in Education
– Research Ethics
– Trust in the Community: critical race theory
– Faith, Belief and Truth
– The Individual in a Mistrustful World

DPR 9 will look at the troubled relationships within and beyond the academy, in the United Kingdom and world-wide, where questions of trust are crucial: who can we trust, how can we know what is true, what happens when trust breaks down in the academy, in the community and internationally? What research methodology brings us an understanding deep enough to trust, and why is this methodology so often still suspected and dismissed by managers and policy-makers at all levels?

For further information please contact Jerome Satterthwaite (

This conference will take place in Washington next year. The promoting of  green (i.e. environmental) education  is part of the agenda of discussion in this conference.

Thanks to Daniel Araya for the link

From the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE):

The National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) welcomes you to the 10th National Conference on Science, Policy, and the Environment: The New Green Economy. Marking a decade of conference history, the signature event will be held January 20-22, 2010 in the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in the heart of Washington, DC.

NCSE’s national conference engages leading thinkers and doers from a diversity of disciplines, sectors, and perspectives in a structured conversation about the meaning of the green economy and how investment in green education, research and jobs can help solve both the economic and environmental crises.

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