Second Call for Papers: CESHK 2018 Spring Annual Conference

Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th March 2018

The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) Tai Po campus

**Please note: The deadline for submissions has been extended until FRIDAY 2nd FEBRUARY 2018 (23:59 Hong Kong time).

  1. A) Conference Themes

The Conference will be organised under the theme of “Meaning and role of education amid global changes and local challenges” and with the following 3 sub-themes:

  1. Basic education: Its equity and quality (Keynote: Prof. Bob Lingard, The University of Queensland)
  2. Lifelong learning and other education: Their potential and challenges (Keynote: TBC)
  3. Higher education: Coping with changes (Keynote: Prof. Yang Rui, The University of Hong Kong

Applicants will need to identify the theme they are addressing and submit an abstract of 50-100 words. 

  1. B) Submission links and presentation information

In order to enhance the quality of papers, a more rigorous review of paper proposals will be conducted.

Submissions can either be for an individual presentation (with one or more authors) or as part of a panel presentation. 

Please use the following link for individual submissions:

Please use the following link for panel submissions:

Submissions can either be in English or Chinese.

Presentations can be in English, Cantonese or Mandarin/Putonghua.

**If you are wishing to present in Cantonese or Mandarin/Putonghua, you must submit your abstract in written Chinese (traditional or simplified characters). 

Notification of your abstract acceptance will be sent as soon as possible after the submission deadline.

  1. C) Forum Registration and CESHK Membership

Membership and Conference fee payments are required in advance from all presenters. If you are a non-member or your membership has expired, please join CESHK or renew your membership*.

*For CESHK Membership, please go to

Membership is for the current calendar year (i.e., until the 31st December 2018)

Please use  for ALL Conference related matters. Thank you!

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