Call for submissions for the NeFCA Educational Network
The Educational Network intends to realize an exchange of ideas on and experiences with educational matters by organizing roundtables and workshops about issues that are relevant for those who manage and teach communication science degree programs at Bachelor’s, Master’s, Research Master’s, and postgraduate levels.
We invite contributions from colleagues teaching in the field of communication science that address topics related to lessons learned about teaching during COVID crisis.
Contributions may concern a theoretical reflection, a presentation of a specific case or best-practice approach, or empirical research regarding one of these topics.
Submissions should be a maximum of 1,000 words all-inclusive (abstract, figures, tables, appendixes, endnotes, references, etc.).
Presentations will be hosted using Zoom in a live format. Prerecorded presentations will not be admissible and presentations will not be shared afterwards.
Submissions can be mailed to Martin Tanis (VU): email@example.com before Monday November 9.
The steering committee of the Educational Network: Martine van Selm (UvA, Amsterdam; chair), Mariska Kleemans (RU, Nijmegen), and Steve Paulussen (UA, Antwerpen), Martin Tanis (VU, Amsterdam).