COHERE/CSSHE’s ‘ocean-to-ocean’ conference on flexible learning designs

July 22, 2015 Tony Bates
Victoria, BC

Victoria, BC

What: Flexible Learning Designs: Building Community Through Blended, Online, and Multi-Access Learning  in the Post Secondary Classroom

Who: COHERE (Collaboration for Online Higher Education & Research) and the CSSHE (Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education)

Where: An ocean-to-ocean conference located in BOTH Victoria, British Columbia (Pacific) and Halifax, Nova Scotia (Atlantic). The conference format is intended to profile the tools and technologies that enable mult-access, distributed learning – including videoconference connectivity and web conferencing – to connect the two locations.

When: October 22-23, 2015

Keynote speakers: 

How: To submit a proposal, fill out the submission form available at: http://cohere.ca/2015-call-for-proposals-form/

Proposals will be accepted in the following streams:

  • Building Community: Practice that leads to increased sense of trust, respect, and collaboration in blended and multi-access learning environments.
  • Social Justice:  Policy and successful practice that recognizes that face-to-face education promotes privilege in participation, and research that provides evidence that flexible learning designs promote participation from non-traditional student groups.
  •  Evidence-based research for multi-access and blended learning designs: From tracing learner interactions to configuration of room and interface designs for collaboration
  • Open: The adoption of open learning practices to enhance post-secondary education through an increased global community of learners and leaders.

Proposals related to these and other issues related to flexible learning designs for community- enhanced multi-access and blended learning are invited.

No information is currently available regarding registration.

Halifax NS

Halifax NS

 

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