Friday, December 22, 2006

Connectivism Online Conference

The University of Manitoba (Canada) is hosting a free online conference scheduled for February 2 - 9, 2007. Here's what the the U of M site has to say....

Connectivism Online Conference is an open online forum exploring how learning has been impacted by ongoing changes. The conference will run from February 2 – 9, 2007.

Key themes will include: trends in K-12 sector, trends in higher education, research and net pedagogy, technological and societal trends, and connective knowledge and connectivism.

Confirmed presenters include:

Format: Presenters will deliver a 50 minute presentation followed by 10 minutes of questions. After each presenter, conversation will occur online in Moodle, allowing participants to challenge, critique, explore, and extend ideas presented.

Registration: The event itself is free to attend. We would, however, like to keep you informed of event changes... and in order to gauge participation, please supply your email address (we will contact you with login details and updated schedules).

Just click on the conference link and register with you email address to get on the mailing list for updated information.


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