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  1. https://rgdhub.wufoo.com/forms/design-educators-conference-call-for-abstracts RGD is pleased to announce the return of our Design Educators Conference as a 3-day event taking place virtually October 21 to 23. The Conference has 5 themes: Empower [the learners]: How do you empower students to become active learners? How do we train and create an ecosystem of resilience? Embrace [the classroom]: What does the future classroom look like? What are the methodologies, technology and/or practices we need to embrace to move forward? Expand [the experience]: How do we decide who and what to include in the experience of design education? Engage [with external participation]: How does design education engage with society, with our student’s lives, with the industry at large? Equity [within all spaces]: How can we better integrate inclusion, accessibility, and equal opportunities for all students and participants in education? The Conference will consist of: 2-3 Keynote Sessions (60 minutes each) 5 Themed Sessions (60 minutes each with 3 20-minute Presentations) 6-12 Roundtable Sessions (60 minutes of discussion each, some with 1 presentation of 5 to 20 minutes with facilitated discussion) Slack Workspace for discussion amongst attendees. Call for Abstracts RGD welcomes submissions from educators and industry professionals from around the world that address any of these themes from a variety of perspectives. Selected presenters will receive a complimentary pass to the Conference. Abstracts will be reviewed by an Abstract Review Panel. Selected presenters will be notified by October 1 if their proposals are selected for inclusion in the Conference. Following the Conference, select presenters will be asked to contribute to a PDF publication of the Conference proceedings. See the 2015 publication here. Deadline for submissions: September 4, 2020 Submit here. Please send questions to education@rgd.ca.
  2. The deadline for submissions is March 30, 2020 11:59 PM CST. https://taylor.tulane.edu/design-thinking/pivot/?fbclid=IwAR1YDvlugaR-FH3v6ZTwVIYaLEOs-n_tj3I-jknqZE1LknajAhU9reXtee4 PIVOT 2020 will transition to a one-day virtual event, to build community among researchers. We are creating a schedule for the day and updating the call for participation. The coordinating team is excited to envision what a virtual gathering can offer. Submissions may address one or more of the following themes:  Strengthening centers at the margins Moving the Center Widening the Center Connecting multiple centers Teaching across centers and margins Unlearning oppression Building bridges Global/local challenges Building empathy across centers Alternative modes of practice – between “centers” and “margins”.
  3. https://segd.org/2020-segd-academic-summit-call-papers 2020 Call for Papers - Process and Products In Spring, SEGD issues a Call for Papers inviting academics, educators, researchers and design professionals to submit paper abstracts that address the latest issues, trends and innovation relevant to the field of experiential graphic design. Submission requirements and important dates are detailed in the 2020 SEGD Academic Summit | Call for Papers. Recent papers featured developments and advancements in design curriculum with a focus on transforming the search experience, alternative exhibit spaces and methods, and introducing students to the design process. See last year's published papers in the 2019 Communication+Place | SEGD Academic Research Journal. Submit your abstract to Christina Lyonsat FIT. The deadline to submit for the 2020 Academic Summitis March 9, 2020. Once received, your abstract will be reviewed by the SEGD Academic Task Force. Leading the SEGD Academic Task Force is Christina Lyons, Professor and Chairperson of the Graduate Exhibition & Experience Design programat the Fashion Institute of Technology. "The Task Force looks for papers that push the industry forward with new ways of thinking, teaching and executing experiential graphics," says Lyons. "The Task Force invites these ideas to come from across the design community—educators, practitioners and students alike." Selected papers will be presented in person on June 10, 2020 at the 2020 SEGD Academic Summit. The 2020 SEGD Academic Summit, on June 10, 2020, in Portland, Oregon precedes the 2020 SEGD Conference Experience Portland (June 11-13). The Summit will bring together educators, students, researchers and practitioners from the field of experiential graphic design. "Our annual Academic Summit benefits from the highly innovative educators who submit papers to our peer-reviewed process," says Ann Makowski, SEGD's Interim CEO. "The result? A robust educational conference that brings leaders in experiential graphic design education together to share their successes and highlight where the field is going." Papers presented at the Academic Summit will be published in SEGD’s online academic journal Communication+Place, which features the latest peer-reviewed experiential design research and innovation from leading global academic institutions. Papers presented at the 2020 SEGD Academic Summit will be featured in Communication+Place. "The selected papers for both presentation at the Academic Summit and for publication in Communication+Place serve as inspiration and industry benchmarks to designers, students and researchers," continues Christina Lyons. "This is the source for thoroughly researched and tested experiential graphic design topics from the field, as well as innovations in design curriculum."
  4. https://segd.org/sites/default/files/2019-segd-academic-summit-call-for-papers.pdf Call for Papers Submission Deadline Friday, March 1, 2019 SEGD | Society for Experiential Graphic Design is soliciting submissions for the 2019 Academic Summit to be held on Wednesday, June 6, in Austin, Texas. Potential papers should address the educational, institutional, technological, social, and cultural issues that have relevance to the overarching discipline of Experiential Graphic Design (EGD), which encompasses environmental graphic and information design, exhibition design, wayfinding and signage design, branding, interactive and immersive environments, and technology integration. Situated the day before the 2019 SEGD Conference, this event will bring together educators, students, researchers, and practitioners from the field of Experiential Graphic Design. For 2019 SEGD is seeking submissions of both academic research and curriculum innovation that speficically address design challenges including (but not limited to): advanced user centric experiences emerging technology interface innovation narrative design and storytelling smart cities and public spaces shifts in user behavior and spatial practices design thinking and business innovation service design and evolution Submission Requirements Submissions are due by Friday, March 1, 2019. They should be provided in the form of extended abstracts. Abstracts must meet submission requirement of a 300-word minimum with a 1000-word maximum. Submissions should contain the following: working title, paper summary, description of methodology used (if appropriate), contribution to the field, and implications for theory and practice. Inclusion of visual documentation (images and diagrams) are required to support the written abstract. Submissions must not contain any of the authors, contributors or institutions names. Please direct questions and PDF abstract submissions to Christina Lyons christina_lyons@fitnyc.edu SEGD’s Academic Task Force will select from the reviewed submissions and authors will be invited to present their papers at the SEGD Academic Summit on June 5 before the 2019 SEGD Conference: Experience Austin, June 6-8. Selected papers will also be published in SEGD’s online Academic Research research journal, Communication + Place. Discounted SEGD Conference registration will be offered to presenters of accepted papers. Deadlines Paper Abstract Submissions March 1 Paper Acceptance Notifications April 5 Full Manuscripts with Images/Diagrams May 24 Final Presentation File Submissions May 31 Academic Summit Presentation June 5
  5. https://www.designsummit.paris/ CFP https://pds.shoroom.co/wp-content/uploads/Call_for_professional_proposals_and_for_academic_abstracts.pdf February 20-22, 2019, Palais des Congrès de Paris Researchers, Students, Practitioners! You are invited to the Paris Design Summit to present your Projects and Papers! Join us and the next generation of scientists, design practitioners and educators, a variety of professionals, elected officials and engaged citizens in sharing ideas, and disseminating knowledge about Design for All. There will be extensive media coverage, and a great forum to have your voice heard. There is no cost for submission, and conference registration fees will be waived for speakers IMPORTANT DATES Call for contributions: June 5, 2018 Online Submission Deadline for the full abstract: September 9, 2018 Notification of acceptance/refusal: mid-September 2018 Submission of presentations for publication: September 28, 2018 Registration deadline for accepted presenters: October 12, 2018 Final congress program: January 12, 2019 Presentation file submission: January 15-February 5, 2019 Congress presentations: 20-22 February, 2019, Palais des Congrès, Paris www.designsummit.paris secretariat@designsummit.paris
  6. Ahttp://www.collegeart.org/pdf/programs/conference/CAA-CFP-2019.pdf There are a few noteworthy design sessions. Please consider submitting or recommending someone to submit. (If you note other design sessions in this conference, please list them in the comments to this discussion...) Where Industry Meets Academia: Who is Leading the Pack in Design Research and Why? Committee on Design Chair: Dan Wong Email: dan@dan-wong.com Is industry making the greatest contribution and impact to design, or is research in the academy doing it behind the scenes? Is it time for more PhD programs in design? This panel discussion will span design disciplines. We invite academic design researchers, design practitioners, agency principals, and design entrepreneurs to participate in this discussion of the investment in design research and the establishment of contemporary design thinking, methodologies, and technologies. Human-centered Design Research Chair: Audrey Bennett - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Email: audreygbennett@gmail.com Today, there are a plethora of challenges in the world that deserve the attention and, more importantly, the expertise of designers. These global challenges tend to be complex in that they may traverse intellectual, ethnic, political, economic, gender, age, geographic, and other cultural boundaries and, thus, require input from different stakeholders. To address these cross-cultural complexities, the discipline of design provides research methods for collaboration along with technological resources that enable aesthetics to engender interaction between humans and things in unprecedented ways that have the potential to improve our wellbeing; but, may, at times, merely fumble our everyday experiences. We welcome papers that tout the successes and failures of human-centered design as well as those thatreport findings from collaborative research in academia and industry. As an open session, the intellectual scope will comprise an eclectic mix of topics that will range from design thinking, disruptive and intervention design, speculative design, decolonization,inclusive design, social justice, equity, universal design, human-computer interaction, urban design, generative design, meaningful play, systems thinking, sustainability, usability, social innovation, creativity, aesthetics, to visualization. Design Incubation Colloquium 5.2: CAA Conference 2019 New York City Design Incubation Chair: Robin Landa Chair: Elizabeth DeLuna Email: rlanda@kean.edu, delunae@stjohns.edu Presentations of original Communication Design research, including significant creative works, the practice of design, case studies, contemporary practices, and the scholarly review of design projects. New approaches to design education and pedagogy will also be discussed. We invite designers—practitioners and educators—to submit abstracts of design research. Presentations are limited to 6 minutes, preferably Pecha Kucha style. A moderated discussion of the research will follow. (Please submit to Design Incubation Colloquium session via the DI website form, at https://designincubation.com/call-for-submissions/.) The deadline to submit your proposal is August 6th 2017. Please follow the guidelines here: http://www.collegeart.org/pdf/programs/conference/CAA-CFP-2019.pdf. Proposals (including a title and 250 words maximum) should be sent to chairs directly. Please note that a current CAA: Advancing Art and Design membership is required to participate in the conference. However, If you are not a member of CAA at the time you submit the proposal, you can still submit—email CAA Membership Services at membership@collegeart.org or call them directly at 212-392-4430 and they can create a temporary CAA account number so that you can move forward with your submission. Please see the following list of FAQ for more information: http://www.collegeart.org/programs/conference/FAQ
  7. http://ivla.org/conference/ Deadline for submissions: April 30, 2018. We invite you to submit a proposal for the 50th Annual Conference of the International Visual Literacy Association (IVLA), to be held on November 1- 4, 2018, in Chicago, Illinois. The conference theme is Viewing the Past, Picturing the Present, Designing the Future: Celebrating 50 Years of Visual Literacy. The conference will bring international scholars and researchers, teachers and students, artists, scientists and other professionals to Chicago to participate in an exciting exchange of ideas about visual literacy and how it has developed over the years and to speculate on its future.The conference facilitates the exchange of best and innovative practices, presentation of research results, and discussion of work in progress. Paper presentations, panel sessions, roundtable discussions, and poster sessions are invited. Possible Presentation Themes Teaching and Assessing Visual Literacy Visual Literacy in the Content Areas Visual Literacy and Instructional/Training Material Development Visual Arts and Visual Literacy Digital Literacy, Media Literacy, and Visual Literacy Visual Literacy Skills for Virtual Environments, e-Learning, and m-Learning Data visualization Emerging Technologies and Visual Literacy Globalization, Social and Cultural Identity, and Visual Literacy Visual Culture, Media, Communication and Visual Literacy Social Media and Visual Literacy Information Design, Graphic Design, and Visual Literacy Art Education and Visual Literacy Visual/Image-Based Research Visual Literacy/Visual Learning/Visual Perception/Cognition Research: New Developments, Current Trends and Approaches, and Future Directions
  8. http://www.collegeart.org/programs/conference/proposals CAA 2019 ANNUAL CONFERENCE New York, NY, February 13—16, 2019 New York Hilton Midtown Proposals must be submitted from March 1 through April 27, 2018.
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