In April, I attended the 2013 Classical Association Conference in Reading. It was great to see old friends and to meet new ones, but one of the best things to come out of it was meeting others who were interested in eLearning for Classics. Two very successful panels were devoted to this topic and I hope there will be more next year so I am passing on the call for papers from @banatoli
Call for Papers — ‘New Approaches to e-Learning in Classics’ (CA2014)
Following on from wide interest shown in this topic at the Classical Association 2013 Conference, it is proposed that similar panels on e-Learning be convened for CA 2014. Papers are sought on topics relating to the use of e-learning in Classical subjects, including Latin, Greek, Classical Civilisation and Ancient History. The organisers are keen to encourage the submission of papers presenting the innovative use of new technologies, as well as discussion papers on the current state of theory and practice in e-Learning for Classics. The scope of this panel covers the educational sector as a whole, from Primary level through to Higher Education. Abstracts of no more than 300 words will need to be submitted for consideration by the end of August. Please message/tweet/DM (@banatoli) if you would like to be involved.
Hope to see you there 🙂