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CSSE Conference 2015
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON
30 May – 3 June 2015
The CSSE Annual Conference is held in conjunction with the Congress of the Humanities and
Social Sciences. This bilingual conference provides an opportunity for discussion of educational
issues among practitioners and educational scholars from across the nation.
Participate in the Conference
The call for presentations is now open. Educators and researchers are invited to submit a presentation summary by Wednesday, 5 November 2014. Please note that you will need log-in names & passwords for both membership and conference submission. For your convenience, may we recommend you make these the same.
Notice to all CSSE members
All members are invited to attend the 2015 Annual General Meeting to be held on Tuesday, 2 June 2015 at the University of Ottawa.
2015 Conference Registration (This DOES NOT include any membership fee.)CONGRESS registration is available in January 2015.
|BEFORE 1 APRIL||AFTER 31 MARCH|
|Printed programme (optional)||$15||$15||$15||$15||$15||$15||$15||$15|
The CSSE conference programme will be available as an APP. Cost for a paper version of the programme: Additional $15. You are required to order in advance through CONGRESS registration (Other fee: CSSE Program). If you need to change your CONGRESS+CSSE conference registration, please contact the CONGRESS at email@example.com. Please note that the number of copies printed will be based on copies ordered through registration until 8 May 2015. Purchased programmes will be available for pick up at the CSSE welcome table.
** - CSSE conference registration DOES NOT include CSSE membership. CSSE conference registration DOES allow access to the CSSHE (Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education) conference sessions.
† - Retired, Student, Unwaged
Various Presentation Opportunities
CSSE encourages participative sessions in various formats including themed, symposium/panel,
small round table, multiple paper, single paper, and poster (featuring the use of graphic or other