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Massachusetts Maritime Academy - Abstracts and Guidelines INSLC 18 - Abstracts and Guidelines
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Helpful documents: Desirable Topics:
Research endeavors using marine simulation, Creative use of part task and full mission simulation, Teaching traditional seafaring skills using modern simulation systems, Challenges of operating maritime simulation in higher education, Flipped teaching and use of simulation, Realistically measuring outcomes using simulation, Simulation pedagogy, Pre-briefing and Debriefing exercises, Experiential learning and experiential teaching, Practical and effective assessment techniques.

Authors are encouraged to propose other topics of interest

Important Deadlines:
1 March, 2014 Submission of Abstracts for review
24 March, 2014 Authors Notified of Acceptance
25 July, 2014 Completed Papers due

You are invited to submit an abstract of 300 - 500 words that relates to the specific topics listed above or other topics of interest that fit the general theme of International Navigation Simulator Lecturer Conference.

The abstract must be submitted in English and should outline the objectives of the research / paper, research methods used, and results obtained. All abstracts must include the paper title, full name(s) and title (s) of author(s), full mailing address of principal author and the e-mail address of all authors. Abstracts are due 1 March, 2014.

Abstracts received after that date will only be considered if there is sufficient space in the conference agenda. Successful authors will receive notification of acceptance on or before 24 March, 2014. Completed papers are due 25 July, 2014 to conform to the detailed paper preparation guidelines of final papers. These guidelines will also be sent to successful authors with their notification of acceptance.

Abstracts and papers may be submitted electronically to Professor Sam Teel, INSLC 18 Co-Chairman, sam.teel@mma.edu. All inquiries concerning topics, abstracts, and papers, should be directed to Professor Teel.

More information about the conference, including fees, schedule, spouse and friend program, travel, and hotels will be available in the near future from the conference organizers at Massachusetts Maritime Academy.

last updated 6-15-14 by enovak@maritime.edu