Announcing the Call for Learning Space Concepts at #SEEP2020

July 13, 2020


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#SEEP2020 is going 100% virtual! We see this as an opportunity to diverge from our traditional request for session proposals to a more experimental, participatory, and flexible model. We think of this year’s approach as co-creation – crowd-sourced and peer-supported – all of it to unlearn, learn, and take collective action.

We're rewriting the rules for how Learning Spaces (previously peer learning sessions) go from conception to delivery, through an iterative process that relies heavily on collaboration and co-creation.

Open to all SEEP members, the Call for Learning Spaces asks you to reflect on the conference theme, Disruptive Collaboration: navigating a radically uncertain world and technical streams to co-design a program that inspires transformational learning through interactive experiences and hands-on application of innovative concepts to real work.

I'm interested! What's next?

Use the link above to head over to the Annual Conference website where you can plunge into the Call for Learning Space Concepts, get thinking and fill out the submission form.

Submissions are due July 31, after which selected conveners will be connected with the Conference Experience Committee to develop a more in-depth plan for their Learning Space concept.

We wish you good luck, and are excited to review your submissions!

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