Dear AIB Colleagues,

We are organizing a panel session on Experiential Learning in IB for the
2018 AIB Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, USA (June 25-28).

We are looking for panelists who have developed/use experiential learning
projects, exercises, activities, simulations, or tools in their
International Business/Marketing/Management courses.

The goals of the panel are to share information about the existing
experiential learning (EL) projects, share experiences of using EL to
improve IB education, provide a networking opportunity for academics
interested in the EL approach. A similar panel at an AIB conference several
years ago led to a publication of the Palgrave Handbook of Experiential
Learning in IB. We are now thinking about publishing the second volume of
the book, so the panel will serve a meeting point for the initial pool of
chapter authors.

To join as a co-panelist/co-author, please email the following to Karen
Lynden at  *[log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>* by November 19,
5 pm EST:

   1. Exact title of your presentation.
   2. A 300-500-word abstract that describes the experiential learning
   activity you use in your course.
   3. Full legal name:
   4. E-mail:
   5. Full name of our university:
   6. Country:

Questions, comments:  Karen Lynden at  *[log in to unmask]
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Dr. Vas Taras

Associate Professor
Bryan School of Business and Economics
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
349 Bryan
POB 26165, Greensboro, NC 27402-6165
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