APSCE Merit Scholarship Program 2011
|The application for the APSCE Merit Scholarship Program 2011 is still
open, the deadline has been extended to |September 23, 2011.
To assist in fulfilling one of the goals of the Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in
Education (APSCE)—fostering and sustaining a vibrant community of young
researchers within the region, a financial aid and scholarship program has been set up
since 2007 by the Society. The program intends to award potential young leaders
among the student community, who have no adequate funding to attend ICCE2011.
Important information on qualifications, documentation, selection criteria, notification
and submission deadline are listed below.
- First-authors or presenters of accepted papers of ICCE2011 (i.e., theme-based
conference papers, workshop papers or DSC papers);
- Applicants whose papers received overall favorable ratings from the reviewers (eg,
fall in the "inclined to accept" or "definitely accept" category)";
- Graduate students who are in need of financial support to attend ICCE2011.
The following documents must be included in the application:
- A cover page with your full name, contact information, a copy of the acceptance
letter from the ICCE2011 theme-based conference PC chairs/co-chairs
(including information on the overall ratings of the accepted paper), the name
and contact information of your advisor/supervisor, and the SIG(s) you are
involved in or will be involved in;
- A brief description highlighting your past contribution to the research community
in general and/or the APSCE in particular. For those who have not had the
opportunity to do so yet, please highlight how you can contribute to the
community in the near future. Information on your prior experience participating
in previous ICCEs in any forms (eg, authors, presenters, volunteers, reviewers)
- A letter of recommendation from your advisor/supervisor endorsing your
contribution to the community in the past and substantiating the current status of
your financial situation. If you are not the first-author of the accepted paper, but
will be the presenter of the paper, your supervisor/advisor must clearly state this.
||Only applicants who have met the aforementioned qualifications are eligible to apply.
Priority will be given to those who have contributed as an individual to the research
community in any form or have participated in prior ICCE(s). Applicants whose papers
have been recommended by the paper review panel for Best Student Paper Award/Best
Paper Award will have an added advantage. Special attention will be given to
self-financed students of their postgraduate programs. In addition, priority will be given
to students whose papers have been accepted for the theme-based conference,
followed by workshop and lastly DSC papers. Those who have not received subsidized
support through APSCE for attending past ICCEs will also be given priority.
|September 16, 2011 (Friday) September 23, 2011
|Number and Amount Awarded
||A maximum of eight recipients will be awarded the amount of USD 500 each to help
students attend ICCE2011. The award will be given out via an open ceremony (eg,
welcome party, open ceremony or closing ceremony). Awardees who are unable to
attend the ceremony for which they were selected to receive this award must
forfeit their award. Awardees are required to attend all possible sessions throughout
||Applicants will be notified via e-mail of the outcome of their applications. Successful
applicants will be required to submit a report (suggested length: 500 words) indicating
how they benefited from the participation at ICCE2011 one month after the conference.
The report will be published in a reserved section of the APSCE Newsletter.
|Submission and queries
Complete applications should be e-mailed to APSCE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Chairs: Su Luan Wong and Weiqin Chen
Any queries can be directed to Su Luan Wong or Weiqin Chen