Call for Conference Proposals
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The Music Research Nexus

The University of Georgia, Hugh Hodgson School of Music

Call for Conference Proposals
Meeting Title: 
GIML 9th International Conference on Music Learning Theory
Oak Park, Illinois
Date(s) of Meeting:
August 1-3, 2023
Description of Meeting:
The conference will feature both in-person and virtual attendance options, and will be hosted at the Carleton of Oak Park Hotel outside of Chicago, IL. We are committed to the safety of our attendees and presenters and will provide updates regarding possible format changes as they become available.
Types of Submissions Sought:
Research Posters
Description of Types of Submissions Sought:
The Gordon Institute for Music Learning invites submission of recent research reports for review and consideration to be presented during the In-Person and Virtual Research Poster Session at the Ninth International Conference on Music Learning Theory (August 1-3) in Oak Park, Illinois. Our goal is to encourage and share the work of music researchers, students, and practitioners. We welcome research studies and promising practices from music educators who teach at all levels and who employ a broad spectrum of methodologies. Completed master's theses or doctoral dissertations, as well as reports of other original research studies, are all of interest and appropriate for submission. Submissions must adhere to guidelines described in the Journal of Research in Music Education Code of Ethics.
Research Topics Sought:
We welcome research and "promising practices" posters in music education or other related topics (e.g., audiation, aptitude, measurement and evaluation, psychology, early childhood, pedagogy).
Submission Information:
Once you get to the submission portal, you will be asked for the following information:
  1. Name of Primary Presenter and Co-Presenters, Institution(s) or School District(s), and Primary Presenter E-mail (used for contact purposes, but removed for reviewing)
  2. Title of the research study
  3. An abstract (maximum 500 words) including theoretical framework and/or connection to literature, purpose of the research, questions or problems of the study, participants/subjects (if applicable), and design/method, and analysis. For completed research, also provide the findings/results and how they inform practice.
  4. A brief abstract (maximum 50 words).
To submit a proposal, follow this link:
Deadline for Submissions and Timeline for Acceptance of Proposals:
Submission deadline is Feb 1, 2023. Applicants will be notified of the results of the selection process by email. Decisions will be made by Feb 15, 2023. Those participating in the Research and Promising Practices Poster Sessions are expected to register for and attend the conference session for which the poster is accepted.
Meeting URL:
Inquiries About the Conference Proposal Should Be Directed To:
Christina Svec,
A Note from Brian Wesolowski:

The mission of the Music Research Nexus is to connect those involved in music education/music therapy research at higher education institutions. 

1. Music education/music therapy position vacancies
2. Calls for international, national, and state music education conferences
3. Calls for nominations for service-related activities
4. Calls for papers
5. Research funding/award opportunities

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