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International Society for PBL (ISPBL)

Society Membership

Eligibility for Membership

ISPBL membership is open to anyone working in the field of education and/or research in any domain. ISPBL does not charge any annual fee for membership, pursuant to its objective to enable seamless exchange of information and ideas among the educators and/or researchers.

Membership Benefits
⦁ No Annual Membership Fee
⦁ FREE e-copy of Membership Certificate
⦁ Access to ISPBL database of conference and journal publications
⦁ Free subscription of ISPBL News
⦁ Opportunity to serve ISPBL conferences and journals in various roles
⦁ Networking opportunities
⦁ Discounted Conference/Symposium/Workshop Registration
⦁ Discounted Journal Publication FEE (Journal of Problem-Based Learning)

Membership Application
A membership application to the Society is subject to the review and approval of the Governance Committee of the Society’s Board of Directors. To apply to become a member, please forward your completed application (attached) to: ispbloffice@gmail.com OR please fill in the form below.

For further information call +82-64-741-7430

Membership Application


All fields marked an asterisk(Required) should be completed

Required Name   Name (Korean)
Required Address
  Address (Korean)
Required Telephone
Required E-mail
Required Highest Academic Degree
Required Position title
Required Place of Employment
Required Address of Employer
  Address of Employer (Korean)
Why do you wish to become a member of the Society?
How have you demonstrated this interest in the past?
How would you like to contribute to the organization?
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Halla·Newcastle PBL Education and Research Center, Cheju Halla University
38 Halladaehak-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, 63092, Korea
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