Int’l Advisory Board
The following journals been associated with ELLTA Conferences:
- Leadership, Sage
- Asian Business & Management, Palgrave Macmillan
- Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Taylor & Francis
- The Learning Organization, Emerald
- Globalizations, Taylor & Francis
- International Journal for Learning and Change, Inderscience
Call for Papers – ELLTA 2014
Leadership and Learning in the Asian Century
MAY 12-14, 2014
Universiti Sains Malaysia
December 30, 2013
Notification of Acceptance
January 30, 2014
Full Paper Due for Review
March 10, 2014
Earlybird Registration Close
March 10, 2014
Highlights of ELLTA
ELLTA has built a strong network of collaborators in the region to generate integrative value of contributions; some examples include: UNESCO, AKEPT, MoE (Malaysia), Yayasan Ilmuyn, International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR)ELLTA. It offers innovative Conference Programme, with exciting & extended spaces for interactions. Not surprisingly, ELLTA Conferences are truly International in their claims – The 1st ELLTA Conference 2011 was attended by 42 Countries!
ELLTA has a very impressive and elaborate academic International Advisory Board – constituted by around 60 advisors, representing all continents, 26 countries, and a variety of disciplines. Some names include, for instance: Professors Margaret J. Wheatley, Ruth Hayhoe, Fazal Rizvi, Kenneth Leithwood, Philip Hallinger, Brian J. Caldwell, Christopher Day, Allan David Walker, Lee Wing On, S. Gopinathan, Simone Volet, Ricardo Chiva, R A Mashelkar, Martin Parker, Konai Helu Thaman, Harukiyo Hasegawa, Atta-ur-Rahman … The advisory board ensures a rigorous review process for the conference submissions.
ELLTA extends opportunities and venues for scholarly publication. The first ELLTA Conference alone resulted in the following high quality publications: “Learning in Asia” – APJE Focus Issue (Taylor & Francis); Are theories Universal? (Edited Book), published in Malaysia (with contributions from 11 countries) ; “Asian Educational Leadership and Leadership Education” (in press), University of Philippines Press
ELLTA has become a community of scholars exploring leadership and learning theories in Asia. The ELLTA participants include university vice-chancellors, officials from relevant ministries, university deans, top scholars and professors, PhD students, etc. The Conferences have been able to invite top scholars in the field as keynote speakers; these include, for instance: Professor Michael W. Apple, Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Policy Studies, Department of Educational Policy Studies University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.; Professor Philip Hallinger, Director of the Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong , China; Professor Dato’ Dr. Ibrahim Ahmad Bajunid, Professor of Management, Education and the Social Sciences And Deputy President/ Deputy Vice Chancellor INTI-UC Laureate International Universities, Malaysia; Professor Alma Harris, Director, Institute of Educational Leadership, University of Malaya.
ELLTA, a not-for-profit volunteer initiative, is a non-government organisation of credible domain experts drawn from diverse fields and disciplines across the globe. The organisation is religiously and politically independent and aims to explore, understand, recognise, strengthen, encour-age and promote existing theo-ries (and thereby policies) and practices of leadership and/or learning in Asia.