The tenth annual Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education conference will be held March 29 through April 1 of next year — and is currently accepting proposals.
Conference organizers are looking for presentations about new projects, research, services, or tools that benefit educators, or retrospectives about previously-presented work.
Academic papers should be submitted to the academic category. Projects, services or tools should be submitted to the communities of practice category. Exhibits, posters or videos should be submitted to the creative category, and immersive locations or games should be submitted to the immersive experiences category.
The deadline for submissions is November 27.
The theme of the conference will be reflecting on the past ten years of education in virtual worlds, and a discussion of what is to come.
“This is the point of reflection where we make all the core decisions on who and what we want to be in the future,” organizers said in an announcement.
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