International Conference on Empowering Minds Collaborative Learning Platform for Teachers, Librarians and Researchers (AGNESLIBCONF 2024)[11-13 January, 2024]

International Conference on Empowering Minds Collaborative Learning Platform for Teachers, Librarians and Researchers (AGNESLIBCONF 2024)[11-13 January, 2024]

International Conference on Empowering Minds Collaborative Learning Platform for Teachers, Librarians and Researchers (AGNESLIBCONF 2024)[11-13 January, 2024]

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International Conference on 
Empowering Minds Collaborative Learning Platform for Teachers, Librarians and Researchers
(AGNESLIBCONF 2024)

Organized by
ST.AGNES COLLEGE LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CENTRE
In Collaboration with
LIS ACADEMY,BANGALORE

Event Type INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Date 11-13 January, 2024
Mode Offline Mode
Venue Auditorium, ST AGNES COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS)
Bendore, Mangaluru,D,K., Karnataka – 575 002
Duration Three Days
Registration Link https://forms.gle/ZGAn6FmtZvS9gZa19


Who Can Participate?
Librarians and Information Professionals Teachers of all disciplines Electronic, Print and Publishing Community. IT Service Providers, Information Providers including Vendors, Aggregators etc. Undergraduate and Post Graduate students Research Scholars

Call for Papers

Main Theme :  “Empowering Minds: Collaborative Learning Platform for Teachers, Librarians and Researchers “(AGNESLIBCONF 2024)

The key objective of the conference “Empowering Minds: Collaborative Learning Platform for Teachers, Librarians and Researchers “(AGNESLIBCONF 2024) is to provide a platform for collaborative learning that will enable educators, librarians, and researchers to work together to improve education, encourage lifelong learning, and have a beneficial impact on student’s lives.

Collaboration: The conference intends to promote cooperation between educators, librarians, and researchers in order to share knowledge, skills, and cutting-edge concepts in the field of education.

Increase Professional Development: By giving access to cutting-edge research, best practices, and emerging trends in education, new knowledge, tools, and resources, the conference aims to increase the professional development of teachers, librarians, and researchers.

Promote Lifelong Learning: It gives the opportunity to participants to learn more, stay current on the most recent developments in education, and experiment with novel methods of instruction, learning, and research.

Share Best Practices: The conference intends to make it easier for teachers, librarians, and researchers to exchange best practices. The emphasis is on evidence-based strategies that can be used in authentic educational contexts.

Encourage Networking and Collaboration: The conference offers a networking venue for teachers, librarians, and academics to meet like-minded individuals, develop professional contacts, form cooperative associations  and enhance collaborative research and projects.

In addition, several ICT vendors and Learning Resource providers will demonstrate their products that enable the participants to gain knowledge on various latest technologies available for teaching and learning and the upgradation of the library and Information Centre.

THE SUB-THEMES – GROUP I

  • Exploring the Impact of Innovative Teaching Strategies on Student Engagement and Learning Outcomes
  • Assessing Teachers’ Perceptions and Utilization of ICT in the Classroom 
  • Promoting Inclusivity in Education: Challenges in Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment
  • Reimagining Assessment for Learning: Teachers’ Assessment Practices and Student Feedback
  • Investigating Teachers’ Perspectives on Lifelong Learning and Professional Development: A Survey-Based Analysis
  • Emotional Intelligence in Education: Educators’ Understanding and Integration of Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching: A Survey-Based Examination of Multicultural Education Practices Among Teachers
  • Fostering Environmental Awareness: Teachers’ Approaches to Sustainability Education
  • Supporting Well-being in Education: A Study on Teachers’ Strategies for Promoting Student and Teacher Well-being
  • Education Policy and Reforms: A Survey-Based Analysis of Educators’ Perceptions and Recommendations for Improvement
  • Learning Beyond the Classroom: Students’ Experiences and Perceptions of Experiential Learning
  • Enhancing Language Education and Literacy: A Survey of Teachers’ Language Teaching Practices and Literacy Promotion Strategies
  • Ensuring Inclusivity: Educators’ Perspectives on Designing and Implementing an Inclusive Curriculum
  • Ethics in Teaching and Learning Practices
  • CSR in Education Sector
  • Sustainable Management in Education Sector
  • Green Management in HEI
  • Effective Use of Technology in Teaching: Tools and Strategies for Teacher Integration
  • Students and Teachers Perception on AI Tools
  • The Impact of Peer Tutoring and Mentoring Programs on Student Learning and Development
  • Student Engagement in Project-Based Learning: Experiences and Challenges
  • Exploring Student-Led Research Projects: Investigating Real-World Issues and Solutions
  • Community Service and Civic Engagement: Students Making a Difference Beyond the Classroom
  • Assessing the Impact of College Extension Programs on Community Development Indicators
  • Community Collaboration: Partnering with Local Organizations for Mutual Benefit
  • Innovations in Education and Learning: Sharing Experience
  • Industry-Academia Innovative Practices in Higher Education Institutions
  • Institutional Distinctiveness

THE SUB-THEMES – GROUP II

  • Digital Literacy Instruction: Best Practices for Librarians in Supporting Students and Teachers
  • Library-Based STEM and STEAM Initiatives: Fostering Inquiry and Innovation
  • The Role of Libraries in Empowering Students’ Information Literacy: Assessment of Skills and Needs
  • Collaborative Inquiry and Research Projects: Librarians as Partners in the Research Process
  • Digital Resources and E-Learning: Leveraging Technology to Support Teaching and Learning
  • Using Data and Analytics to Improve Library Services and User Experience
  • Library Outreach and Community Engagement: Connecting with Students, Teachers, and Parents
  • Copyright and Intellectual Property: Navigating Legal Considerations in Digital Preservation
  • Preserving Cultural Heritage: Managing and Digitizing Library Collections
  • Collaborative Collection Development: Sharing Resources and Expertise with Other Libraries
  • Open Access and Open Educational Resources: Expanding Access to Knowledge
  • Special Collections and Archives: Preserving and Showcasing Unique Materials
  • Artificial Intelligence in Libraries: Harnessing AI for Enhanced User Support
  • Blockchain Technology: Innovations in Library Management and Authentication

  • Mobile Technologies and Apps: Extending Library Services to Mobile Devices
  • Digital Preservation and Archiving: Preserving Digital Content for Future Generations
  • Data Curation and Management: Handling and Preserving Digital Data Sets
  • Internet of Things (IoT): Enhancing Library Spaces and Services with Connected Devices
  • Rare Books and Special Collections: Challenges and Opportunities in Preserving Unique Materials
  • International Collaboration: Exchanging Ideas and Resources across Borders for Global Impact
  • Technology Companies: Exploring Collaborations for Digital Innovation in Libraries
  • Corporate Partnerships: Engaging Businesses to Support Library Initiatives
  • Innovative Technologies in Libraries: Enhancing User Experience and Engagement
  • Public Libraries Role in Empowering Marginalized Groups
  • Public Libraries and Civic Participation for Mutual Benefits
  • Transforming Communities: Public Libraries as Catalysts for Social Change
  • Public-Private Partnerships: Creating Sustainable Library Services through Joint Venture

Authors can submit their full papers to-Email: agnesconference@gmail.com 

THE ESSENTIAL OF AN ARTICLE: The article can include an Introduction, Objectives, Methodology, Expressing Opinion, Impact study, Case Study, Sharing Experience, Analysis and Interpretation, Findings and Suggestions, etc.

Last date of Submission of Full-text Papers –    25 November 2023
Acceptance Notification                               –    30  November 2023    
Conference Date                                          –    11-13 January 2024

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/ZGAn6FmtZvS9gZa19

For Details of Registration Fees Check Brochure

For Queries Contact

Dr Vishala B K  Conference Convenor St Agnes College (Autonomous) Bendore, Mangaluru – 575002.
Mobile No.: 9448824505 E-Mail ID: vishala@stagnescollege.edu.in www.vishala.net
Ms.Prima Dsouza Co-Convenor St Agnes College (Autonomous) Bendore, Mangaluru – 575002.
Mobile No.: 9901729961 E-Mail ID: prima@stagnescollege.edu.in

For details Check : Brochure Author Guideline: https://www.agnesconference.com/authors-guidelines

Visit: www.agnesconference.com

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