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May 14, 2016

[CNIE-L] Day Passes Now Available For The 2016 CAUCE-CNIE Conference

Another item from Wednesday’s inbox…

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Target: Education 3.0:  
Possibilities at the Nexus of Pedagogy, Technology, and Access

This year’s CAUCE-CNIE Conference in Waterloo, ON. is shaping up to be one of the best.  And due to popular demand you can now register for a single day.  But don’t wait, there are only a limited number available.

We encourage you to take a few minutes and review the schedule, but if time is tight here are some of the highlights:

Monday May 31 – Pre-conference Profession Development Workshops

  • Bridging the Gap — An All Access Pass to Accessibility Best Practices in the Online World
  • Instructional Design and Development for the Online Classroom: The Possibilities, the Perils, and the Practice

Tuesday May 31

Wednesday June 1

  • KEYNOTE: Ken Steele – Rethinking Education: Innovations in Teaching & Learning
  • 17 Concurrent Sessions Including “Google Expeditions — Bringing VR into the Classroom, and the Classroom into VR”
  • PANEL:  Education 3.0 – Possibilities beyond the Nexus
  • EVENING – Reception and Wine Tasting

Thursday June 2

  • PANEL: Inspiring Innovation in Online Learning: Provincial Consortia Leading the Charge
  • 19 Concurrent Sessions
  • EVENING – Gala Banquet

Register for the whole conference or just a day, but don’t miss out!

 

Aldo, Jordan and Janice

Your Conference Development Committee

PS Our Conference App is now available.  Download it today to stay on top of the conference activities and connect with other attendees.

 

Use #caucecnie16 to share your experiences!

Our mailing address is:

CAUCE-CNIE Conference Committee
c/o Centre for Extended Learning
University of Waterloo
200 University Ave W.
Waterloo, ON, N2K 4K3

http://cauce-conference.ca/2016/

 

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