Interactive Sessions and PechaKucha 20×20 Presentations

The call is now CLOSED.

The International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (IEEC), organised by NCEE and EEUK, and in 2017 hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University, provides a unique forum for enterprise and entrepreneurship educators to share experiences and engage with others.

Now in its 12th year, IEEC is known for its excellent speakers and in particular, for its highly interactive, participant focused parallel sessions.  These are specifically structured to explore the successes and challenges of working in this area, and to support both the delegates and the presenters to explore issues, opportunities and constraints through a number of themed tracks. 

New for 2017 – we are keen to encourage more student participation and aim to include students as co-facilitators in a number of interactive 50 minute parallel sessions.  Please consider including a student in your proposal – we have a limited number of free day places available for participating full time students. If you are considering this and want to know more please contact Kate Beresford to find out more.

We are looking for contributions that enable good practice, inspire discussion and encourage debate and may be underpinned by research or practice.

Within the overall conference theme of ‘Enabling Enterprise for All’ these are the IEEC2017 track themes:

  • Enterprise for 21st century working lives
  • Enterprise for start-up and businesses growth
  • Enterprise for greater diversity
  • Enterprise for postgraduate and academic researchers
  • Enterprise for social innovation
  • Enterprise for the whole educational journey

This year we have two opportunities for colleagues to contribute to the conference:

  • To Facilitate an interactive 50 minute parallel session
  • To Present PechaKucha-style in our IEEC2017 20×20 session

We invite contributions from those working across the spectrum of enterprise and entrepreneurship education and support in higher and further education to share experiences, debate and discuss the progress being made across our institutions and with our civic and community partners.