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2022 Annual Spring Conference
18 March (Friday) & 19 March (Saturday)
and Human Connections
in Education and Research
We are writing with the first Call for Papers for the CESHK 2022 Spring Annual Conference to be held on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th March 2022. The PDF of the Conference Abstract and Call for Papers is attached.
A) Conference Themes
The Conference will be organised under the theme of Revisiting Collaborations and Human Connections in Education and Researchand with the following 3 sub-themes:
- Collaboration and competition in education and research
- Inclusion, exclusion and indifference in human connections
- Policies, practice and human virtues
Keynote 1. Professor Bruce MacFarlane, The Education University of Hong Kong
The paradox of research collaboration and output competition
Keynote 2. Dr. Meril Tamtik, University of Manitoba
Collaboration and Competition in International Education: Shifting Dynamic from the Canadian Perspective
Dr. Hugo Horta, The University of Hong Kong
International collaborations in the social sciences: what has been achieved and to where we want to take them?
B) Submission deadline, links and presentation information
In order to enhance the quality of papers, a more rigorous review of paper proposals will be conducted. Applicants should identify the theme they are addressing and submit an abstract of 100-120 words. Submissions can either be for an individual presentation (with one or more authors) or as part of a panel presentation. The Deadline for submissions is: 20 December 2021 (Monday).
Submissions can either be for an individual presentation (with one or more authors) or as part of a panel presentation.
Please click the following link for individual submissions
Please click the following link for panel submissions
If you do not have access to Google Form, please download and fill in the attached Word Documents in one of the following links and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Presentations can be in English, Cantonese or Mandarin/Putonghua. English and Chinese sessions will run separately. *If you are wishing to present in Cantonese or Mandarin/Putonghua, you must submit your abstract in written Chinese (traditional or simplified characters).
Additional Information on the Format of the Virtual Conference
This Conference runs as a virtual Conference, and all of those whose papers are accepted will be provided with an access key to the virtual Conference platform so that they can present their papers in real time. Optionally, they can pre-record and submit (narrated slides or video recording). In such cases, presenters will be asked to mark their preference in terms of whether the presentation will be available only during your designated session or during the entire Conference period. The accepted papers will be uploaded to the virtual Conference space, and instructions will be given, when you have registered.
Other Important Dates
Conference fee payments and recorded presentation uploading:
On or by 28 February 2022 (Monday)
Pre-viewing period (Opted videos will be available one week before the Conference):
11-17 March 2022
Forum Registration and CESHK Membership
Membership and Conference fee payments are required in advance from all presenters. If you are a non-member or your membership has expired, please join CESHK or renew your membership. Considering the circumstances under the pandemic, and with the Conference happening online, we have arranged a discount for the Conference registration fee:
conference registration fee:
- General Membership (Full-time employment) + Conference fee: HKD500
- Discount Membership (Part-time employment/between jobs/students) + Conference fee: HKD300
- Membership only: HKD200
For CESHK Membership and Conference fees, visit: https://ceshk.net/membership/
Membership is for the current calendar year. Members joining CESHK after 1st September will enjoy membership until the end of the following calendar year.
We would be looking forward to seeing you at the Conference!
Gordon TSUI and Tae-Hee CHOI