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January 8, 2016

[CNIE-L] Last Chance to Present at the 2016 CAUCE-CNIE Conference

Also from Wednesday’s inbox…

 

 

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

Waterloo, Ontario
May 30 – June 2, 2016

Time is running out – the deadline to submit your presentation proposals for the 2016 CAUCE-CNIE Conference is Monday, January 11 2016.

 

Submit Your Proposal Today

 

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December 2, 2015

[CNIE-L] DEADLINE EXTENDED: Submit Proposals For The 2016 CAUCE-CNIE Annual Conference Today!

Also from yesterday’s inbox…

Dear colleagues:

We understand you’re busy, so due to requests from many of you, and recent technical difficulties with our website, we have extended the deadline to submit proposals to the annual conference.

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Proposals due January 11, 2016

Request for Proposals

You are invited to propose concurrent sessions which support the conference theme Target: Education 3.0: Possibilities at the Nexus of Pedagogy, Technology, and Access. Presentation streams are:

  • Learning Effectiveness and Innovation
  • Learning Environments and Technology
  • Continuous Learning and Professional Development
  • Marketing

In particular we are seeking presentations that address the needs of a wide range of institutional types and sizes, as well as diverse populations of credit and non-credit learners.

Proposals are due by January 11, 2016.

Learn More
Submit your proposal today to present at CAUCE-CNIE 2016, and help us spur conversations about the future of education.

 

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CNIE | RCIÉ www.cnie-rcie.ca
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Facebook = CNIE-RCIÉ

November 23, 2015

[CNIE-L] We need YOU to present at the CAUCE-CNIE 2016 Conference [REMINDER-RAPPEL]

From the inbox late last week…

 

2016 CNIE-CAUCE Conference

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

Waterloo, Ontario, May 30 – June 2, 2016

The conference will examine the forces exerted by technological change, societal demands, and ground-breaking research on the educational landscape. These forces are reshaping the way we create, access, and even think about learning. We are looking to take our concurrent session content to an even higher level and we need YOU to share your knowledge, research and expertise with your colleagues and peers to help us achieve this goal.

Request for Proposals

You are invited to propose concurrent sessions which support the Conference theme, Target: Education 3.0: Possibilities at the Nexus of Pedagogy, Technology, and Access.  Presentation streams are:

  • Learning Effectiveness and Innovation
  • Learning Environments and Technology
  • Continuous Learning and Professional Development
  • Marketing

In particular we are seeking presentations that are highly interactive in format and can address the needs of a wide range of institutional types and sizes, as well as diverse populations of credit and non-credit learners.

Proposals are due by November 30.

 

Learn More

 

So step up at CAUCE-CNIE 2016, and help us spur conversations about current innovations as well as the implications and opportunities for future innovations and build the opportunities our learners need to be truly competitive in the new global knowledge economy.

 

 

 

 

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November 7, 2015

[CNIE-L] CJLT: New Issues Published | RCAT : nouveaux numéros

From Wednesday’s inbox…

Dear Readers:

The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology has just published its latest issue at http://www.cjlt.ca .  We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our Web site to review articles and items of interest.

Thank you for the continuing interest in our work.  Kim Peacock (cjlt@ualberta.ca)

***************************************

Chers lectures,

Le numéro plus récent de la Revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie est maintenant disponible auhttp://www.cjlt.ca .  Vous trouverez ci-dessous la table des matières.  Nous vous invitons à visiter le site Web pour lire les articles et les autres choses.

Nous vous remercions pour votre intérêt à notre revue.  Kim Peacock (cjlt@ualberta.ca)

_________________________________________________

Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Vol 41, No 3 (2015)

Table of Contents

http://www.cjlt.ca/index.php/cjlt/issue/view/90

 

Editorial

——–

Editorial / Éditorial

Heather Kanuka

 

Articles

 

Teen Culture, Technology and Literacy Instruction: Urban Adolescent Students’ Perspectives

Jia Li, Catherine Snow, Claire White

 

A review of models and frameworks for designing mobile learning experiences and environments

Yu-Chang Hsu, Yu-Hui Ching

 

Pre-Service Perspectives on E-Teaching: Assessing E-Teaching Using the EPEC Hierarchy of Conditions for E-Learning/Teaching Competence

Ashley Sisco, Stuart Woodcock, Michelle Eady

 

Exploring the Digital Divide: The Use of Digital Technologies in Ontario Public Schools

Bodong Chen

 

Outils numériques nomades : les effets sur l’attention des étudiants

Nicolas Guichon

 

***********************

 

Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Special Issue: Online Learning from the Instructional Designer’s Perspective: Canadian and European French-language Case Studies

Vol 41, No 3.1 (2015)

Table of Contents

http://www.cjlt.ca/index.php/cjlt/issue/view/91

 

Editorial

——–

Editorial / Éditorial

Michael Power, Peggy A. Ertmer

 

Articles

 

Canadian Case Studies

——–

Developing Tutorials for Several Institutional Partners: A Real Challenge! | Développer des tutoriels pour plusieurs institutions partenaires : un réel défi !

Brigitte Belzile

 

The Challenge of Designing Blended Courses: From Structured Design to Creative Faculty Support! | Les beaux défis du design de cours hybrides : du design structuré à l’accompagnement créatif !

Catherine Carré

 

Being an Instructional Designer: A Job requiring Innovation and Trust | Être conseiller ou conseillère pédagogique, un travail d’innovation et de confiance

Serge Gérin-Lajoie

 

Evolution of the Instructional Design in a Series of Online Workshops | L’évolution d’un design pédagogique dans le développement d’ateliers en ligne

Anne Patry, Elizabeth Campbell Brown, Rémi Rousseau, Jeanette Caron

 

From Telecourses to Online Courses: A Story of Redesign | Du cours télévisé au cours en ligne : une histoire de redesign

Claude Potvin

 

“And the walls came a-tumblin’ down…” | Comment recréer l’ambiance propre au séminaire dans un cours en ligne?

Thomas Michael Power

 

Implementing a Diversity-Orientated Online Graduate-Level Health Professions Education Program | Soutenir la mise en place d’un programme de maîtrise en pédagogie universitaire des sciences de la santé offert à distance par

et pour la diversité

Isabelle Savard

 

European Case Studies

——–

An Online Training Course to Learn How to Teach Online | Former en ligne pour apprendre à former en ligne

Sylviane Bachy, Marcel Lebrun

 

Course Design and Delivery Specifications as a Tool for Ensuring Quality in an Online Training Program | Une charte pédagogique comme outil de qualité d’un programme en ligne

Françoise Docq

 

From Intent to Action: An Iterative Engineering Process | De l’intention à la maturité : une ingénierie itérative

Patrice Mouton, Jacques Rodet, Sylvain Vacaresse

 

Guiding Professional Life-long Learning Projects: The Case of an Immersive Blended Learning Certificate | Accompagner des projets professionnels en formation continue : le cas d’un certificat de formation hybride et immersive

Kalliopi Benetos, Daniel Peraya

 

A Learning Module for BA Students to Develop ICT Skills for their Learning Activities | Un module de formation visant le développement des compétences TICE chez les étudiants en baccalauréat

Hervé Platteaux, Sergio Hoein

 

How do you Implement a Digital Environment to Support a Training Group? | Comment organiser son environnement numérique pour soutenir le groupe en formation ?

Anne Ronchi

 

________________________________________________________________________

Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

http://www.cjlt.ca/

 

 

 

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October 28, 2015

[CNIE-L] We Need YOU To Present At The CAUCE-CNIE 2016 Conference

Also from Monday’s inbox…

2016 CNIE-CAUCE Conference

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

Waterloo, Ontario, May 30 – June 2, 2016

The conference will examine the forces exerted by technological change, societal demands, and ground-breaking research on the educational landscape. These forces are reshaping the way we create, access, and even think about learning. We are looking to take our concurrent session content to an even higher level and we need YOU to share your knowledge, research and expertise with your colleagues and peers to help us achieve this goal.

Request for Proposals

You are invited to propose concurrent sessions which support the Conference theme, Target: Education 3.0: Possibilities at the Nexus of Pedagogy, Technology, and Access.  Presentation streams are:

  • Learning Effectiveness and Innovation
  • Learning Environments and Technology
  • Continuous Learning and Professional Development
  • Marketing

In particular we are seeking presentations that are highly interactive in format and can address the needs of a wide range of institutional types and sizes, as well as diverse populations of credit and non-credit learners.

Proposals are due by November 30.

 

Learn More

 

So step up at CAUCE-CNIE 2016, and help us spur conversations about current innovations as well as the implications and opportunities for future innovations and build the opportunities our learners need to be truly competitive in the new global knowledge economy.

 

 

***Messages are posted in the language received.***
***Les messages sont affichés dans la langue dans laquelle nous les avons reçus.***
CNIE | RCIÉ www.cnie-rcie.ca
Twitter = @cnie_rcie
Facebook = CNIE-RCIÉ

 

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