HETL Call For Papers

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It is great to have you as HETL Liaison to Chile. We would appreciate your sending word of our forthcoming Alaska conference to as many people and institutions in higher education in Chile as you can to help us make it robust. The information is below.

All the best,
Charles Wankel
HETL President

The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL) invites you to submit a proposal for a presentation at its 2014 International HETL Conference, to be held in Anchorage, in partnership with the University of Alaska Anchorage, June 8-10, 2014.

Proposals are solicited on all topics related to higher education including those involving new technologies and globalization related issues.

Both scholarly and practice reports are invited.

Proposals are especially favored on the conference theme: Impacts of Social and Mobile Media on Higher Education.

As in our January 2013 conference at the University of Central Florida, participants will be from the gamut of academic disciplines across the arts, sciences, and professions, as well as from other administrative and staff functions delivering and supporting new technologies and approaches to learning.

As with every HETL conference, we support participation from around the world. Please submit your proposal for a presentation before the July 26, 2013, deadline or simply join us as a conference attendee by registering.

No proposal is required if you are attending but not presenting.

To submit a presentation proposal go to https://www.hetl.org/2014-anchorage-conference-submission-form/ .

Go to https://www.hetl.org/events/2014-anchorage-conference/ for more details on the conference.

It’s More Affordable than You May Think

The Anchorage area has many features that you will find interesting, including glaciers, majestic mountains, and a wide diversity of wildlife. The average June temperature is 16C/62F with sunny days. Airfare to Anchorage is more reasonably priced than we anticipated. For example, we discovered by checking Kayak.com that roundtrip airfare from New York to Anchorage around the time of the conference might be about $350, from London $1000, and Tokyo $1100. We anticipate that hundreds of rooms at the University of Alaska will be available for well under $100 as well as rooms at partnering hotels in Anchorage.

We look forward to seeing you in Anchorage!

Patrick Blessinger and Charles Wankel,
St. John’s University, New York
Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association

About HETL

The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (referred to as HETL) is a certified non-profit organization in the State of New York (USA) and is classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity by the IRS (USA).

Founded in 2010 by Patrick Blessinger, the aim of HETL is to bring together higher education professionals and thought leaders from around the world to dialogue, network, and collaborate on issues relevant to teaching and learning in higher education.

The vision of HETL is to generate new knowledge and to advance the scholarship and practice of teaching and learning in higher education. HETL supports academic and pedagogical pluralism as well as practices that promote sustainable learning and peace.

To these ends, HETL works with and supports individual educators as well as all types of educational institutions, associations, centers, and other groups interested in improving teaching and learning in higher education.


General Queries: contact support at support@hetl.org

Member Service: contact support at support@hetl.org

Phone Number: 917-745-7078

Mailing Address:

Patrick Blessinger
Executive Director
118-35 Metropolitan Avenue
Unit C3
Kew Gardens, NY 11415

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