The following procedures and policies must be adhered to. Failure to follow these policies will result in submissions being removed from consideration.
a) Applied research: A report on a project or program intervention relevant to CIES 2023.
b) Conceptual/theoretical research: A critique of literature, a program, or an institution relevant to CIES 2023.
c) Empirical research: an evidence-based qualitative, quantitative, and/or historical analysis relevant to CIES 2023.
The CIES 2023 program committee invites proposals for pre-conference workshops of three hours or six hours in duration. All workshop proposals must include
a) The title of the proposed workshop.
b) Workshop duration.
d) Maximum number of participants.
d) A 500-word description that explains the purpose of the workshop, identifies learning objectives, and includes a delivery plan to reach expected outcomes; and
e) Names, institutional affiliations, email addresses, and short professional bios for all workshop presenters.
If your submission is accepted, workshop organizers will be asked to indicate preferred room setup and needs for audiovisual equipment. Conference organizers can provide only basic AV setup; other equipment (e.g., flip charts with markers) must be provided by workshops organizers or may be ordered through the conference AV provider at an additional cost.
a) The book title, publisher, and date of publication.
b) A 500-word description of the book.
c) The table of contents.
d) A list of contributors’ names, affiliations, and email addresses; and
e) A book cover image (high definition in JPG, PNG, or PDF format). For a multi-authored work, please be sure to identify all the contributing authors who will be present for the book launch at CIES 2022. Limited to one book launch submission only.
a) New scholars dissertation mentoring workshop. The New Scholars Dissertation Mentoring Workshop (NSDMW) is a unique opportunity for doctoral students (Ph.D. and Ed.D.) to discuss their dissertation research in small groups of experienced scholars as well as with peers with similar topical or methodological interests. Participants receive feedback on the design, data collection, and/or analysis of their dissertation.
b) New scholars publication mentoring workshop. The New Scholars Publication Mentoring Workshop (NSPMW) is a unique opportunity for doctoral candidates in the final dissertation writing stage, recent doctoral graduates, and early career professionals to discuss and refine a paper for publication with experienced scholars and peers. Participants will be provided feedback, particularly on theoretical framework, methodology, and findings. The NSPMW will also contribute to strengthening links among peers in the field of Comparative and International education.
To participate in one or both of the workshops, you are required to submit a proposal of up to 750 words to each type of workshops. Details can be found by clicking here.
a) Formal paper presentations (individual submissions): Up to 1,000 words.
b) Formal panel sessions (group submissions): Up to 1,000 words for panel proposal and 500 words for each of its individual proposals.
c) Poster or refereed roundtable presentations (individual submissions): Up to 500 words.
d) Refereed roundtable sessions (group submissions): Up to 1,000 words for panel proposal and 500 words for each of its individual proposals.
e) Workshops, book launches, or visual art exhibits: Up to 500 words.
References, tables, charts, graphs, images, and figures are not included in the word count.
These are different word limits for different submission types. Only submissions that adhere to their respective word limits will be considered.
Submissions in the third type (e.g., workshops, book launches, visual art exhibits, or special sessions such as an invited keynote speech, etc.) do not count toward this limit, and participants may be listed more than once as a co-author, chair, organizer, or discussant.