Hands-on workshops can be proposed on a topic related to the conference themes. The workshops should be designed as active sessions on a focused issue that is of current interest to the community. Significant time in the workshop should be devoted to hands-on activities such as structured group work, collaborative design or editing, programming or data analysis activities. The exact workshop duration will be decided later, but they should be designed to range from 1½ – 2 hours.

Workshop proposals should be in the form of a two-page abstract (adhering to the IEEE Formatting). The proposals will be evaluated based on relevance, anticipated interest, and quality, and subject to the availability of appropriate facilities. Abstracts of accepted workshops will appear in the proceedings published by EdTech Society.

The content outline of the workshop proposal can follow the example here.

Important Notice:

Submissions of Workshop, Best Practices/Teaching Demos, and Tool/Product Demo types should be done through Microsoft CMT, refer to the submission guidelines. For any query, contact t4e.2024.conference@gmail.com.