call for papers

Call For Papers

#ASCILITE2024 Conference submission date EXTENDED to 21st July!

There’s still time to get your submissions in. Note - Workshop submissions now closed.

Submission Templates available

Submit through ASCILITE Publications

Looking forward to seeing you all in Melbourne 1-4th December

Key Dates

8th April 2024 – Call for papers open
8th April 2024 – Call for reviewers open

7th July 2024 – Call for Workshops CLOSED

21st July 2024 – Call for papers close
21st July 2024 – Call for reviewers close

Theme & Subthemes

Navigating the Terrain: Emerging Frontiers in Learning Spaces, Pedagogies, and Technologies

  • Learning Spaces: What influence does the learning space have upon the sociocultural norms of higher education. How do we navigate remote learning, hybrid, hyflex and face-to-face environments in 2024 and beyond?
  • TEL Pedagogies: What can we learn from examples of success and failure in designing with and implementing old and new pedagogies enabled by technology?
  • Technology: What is the impact of new and emerging technologies on higher education such as Generative AI and Immersive Reality, and the impact on the environment?

Submission types

Types of papers accepted for submission are:


Concise papers

Concise papers may feature the following: 

  • provide a forum for discussion of key directions in research informed practice; 
  • the presentation of works in progress;  
  • reports on specialised topics;  
  • position papers;  
  • pilot studies; or  
  • brief reports on innovative practice in technology supported teaching and learning.  

As a general guide, a concise paper might include background information, a description of the work undertaken, results achieved and discussion or conclusions. 

Presentation format 

  • 12-minute presentation plus 3-minute Q&A (then 5 minutes enabling a changeover for rooms). 

Submission format 

  • 5 pages maximum (including APA referencing) developed on the concise paper submission template which is author de-identified  

Review Criteria  

Double blind peer review based on the following criteria: 

  • Relevance to conference theme, sub-themes and intended audience; 
  • The paper is original, and clearly identifies broad and insightful implications for theory and/or policy and/or practice; 
  • Clearly situated in current literature and/or policy with well-articulated conceptual or theoretical framework and related research questions that address a novel issue(s); 
  • Adopts an appropriate research methodology for the purpose of the paper;  
  • Insightful critical analysis and interpretation that leads to clear, logical findings, conclusions and implications for theory and/or policy and/or practice;  
  • Relevance to conference theme, sub-themes and intended audience; 
  • Ease of reading, grammar, spelling, format, and referencing details. 

Download template here

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