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May 2, 2016

[FLANZ] FLANZ Conversation: Talking with Joyce Seitzinger

One for my Kiwi readers…

02/05/2016

FLANZ Conversation: Talking with Joyce Seitzinger

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FLANZ Conversation: Talking with Joyce Seitzinger

Dear FLANZ member and DEANZ2016 participants

Joyce Seitzinger’s keynote at the recent DEANZ2016 Conference raised more than a few questions and created considerable discussion. Focussing on learner experience design (LX) Joyce showed us how to pull together online products and services to design an effective and engaging learner experience.

You now have the opportunity to revisit the themes and ideas behind the keynote in an online conversation with Joyce on

Wednesday May 11 at 12.30 pm (NZST).

After a brief introduction from Joyce, the meeting will be open to all participants to raise issues, ask questions, make comments… and enjoy the chance to discuss designing the learner experience with a leading figure in the area.

Register, and join in.

To join in the conversation you need to register your interest with FLANZ. Simply send an email to: admin@flanz.org.nz  by midday Friday May 6, expressing your wish to participate in the FLANZ Conversation with Joyce Seitzinger. You will then be sent the Zoom online meeting address, plus instructions about joining a Zoom meeting.
(Some of you may receive this notice twice – if so, please accept our apology.)

I look forward to joining you in the conversation.

Regards
Dr Sarah Stein
President, Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand

DEANZ – Making ako accessible for all
http://www.deanz.org.nz

JOFDL, DEANZ’s refereed journal, publishes research & welcomes submissions in this field

This email was sent to mkbarbour@gmail.com
DEANZ (www.deanz.org.nz) · c/o Kathryn Mac Callum, Eastern Institute of Technology · Private Bag 1201 · Napier, HBMC 4142 · New Zealand

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