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September 17, 2021

Find Your Community with Special Interest Groups

An update on this up-coming conference from the folks at AACE.

E-Learning Trends and Innovations SIG (TREND)

A community of researchers, designers, educators, and practitioners who share a collaborative focus on creating and exploring contemporary advances in learning technologies that are shaping education for today’s and tomorrow’s learners.

Designing, Developing, and Assessing E-Learning SIG (DESIGN)

Making the complex clear, turning difficult into intriguing, raising intellectual curiosity, supporting creative problem solving, posing authentic challenges, building effective scaffolds – contemporary e-learning goes beyond the latest tools and technologies. This SIG aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to debate and collaborate on a variety of instructional design themes.

Sustainable Learning Technologies (SLT)

This SIG endeavors to find sustainable solutions for the use of technologies and tools linked to educational applications. The technologies include developing SMART generic thinking tools for identifying, planning, organizing, and implementing projects, and evaluating their overall sustainable impact. A special emphasis will be given towards prioritizing learning and teaching to become more engaging and sustainable with the help of learning and knowledge technologies.

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  1. Advanced Technologies for Learning and Teaching
  2. Assessment
  3. Content Development Tools
  4. Educational Policy, Reform, and Innovation
  5. Evaluation and Quality Improvement Advances
  6. Global Networks, Partnerships, and Exchanges
  7. Innovative Approaches to Learning and Learning Environments
  8. Open Education
  9. Teacher Education
  10. Technologies for Socially Responsive Learning
  11. Twenty-First Century Skills
  12. Virtual and Distance Education
  13. Special SIG Issue: Journal of Interactive Learning Research (JILR)
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WHO ATTENDS INNOVATE LEARNING SUMMIT?

We invite everyone with an interest in EdTech and innovation to be a part of Innovate Learning Summit! Our audience spans a wide variety of backgrounds and professions and we would love to add your area of expertise to our growing community of innovators.

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Susan Lowes just uploaded “Gender Differences in Online High School Courses.”

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Prior research has suggested that there may be differences in the ways that male and female students approach their online courses. Using data for 802 high school students enrolled in 14 online courses, this study explored gender differences in the interrelationships among online behaviors and course performance….
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