Welcome to AEME
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Welcome to the new look AEME (Association for Events Management Education) website. Our site has been developed to support the Association and raise the profile of events education by providing information about, and links to, resources relating to education, best practice and research. Our site includes information about AEME and for members it draws together membership resources. The website has been revised and relaunched in June 2014 to better reflect AEME.
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AEME 2016 - Making Sense of Events Experiences
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The University of Derby, Buxton campus
13 – 15 July 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS
The University of Derby is proud to host the Association for Events Management Education (AEME) Forum in July 2016.
Events are experiences that feed and test our senses and in turn test and elevate our understanding and knowledge of the world.
From events that stimulate us through sound, vision, taste, touch and hearing, to events that increase our sense of belonging, this forum will look at the sensory and educational effect of events experiences from an academic and a delivery point of view.
We therefore invite the submission of research papers and posters on the following themes:
- Sensory events
- Immersive events
- Nostalgic events
- Community events
- Accessibility and events
- Experiential learning in events management education
· Open stream - In addition to papers addressing one of the main forum themes, novel research outside those thematic foci is also welcome. The open stream of the forum is designed to encourage participation for those whom the current year's theme is not within their particular area of interest, but who have a contribution to make to event management or studies theory, methodology, policy or pedagogy.
Submission details for papers and posters are attached.
The website for the conference will go live in January 2016, but in the meantime, details of the location can be found at http://www.derby.ac.uk/campus/campuses/buxton/