CAUCE-CNIE conference, 2016: Education 3.0

January 6, 2016 Tony Bates

No, not that Waterloo! Image: Wikipedia Artist: William Sadler

No, not that Waterloo!
Image: Wikipedia
Artist: William Sadler

What: TARGET: EDUCATION 3.0, Possibilities at The Nexus of Pedagogy, Technology and Access

Creative pedagogy coupled with openly shared digital resources are inspiring educators to explore new paths. This conference will spur conversations about current innovations as well as the implications and opportunities for future innovations.

Who: (CAUCE) Canadian Association of University Continuing Education and (CNIE) the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education

When: May 30, June 2, 2016

Where: Waterloo, Ontario

How: The call for presentations has been extended to January 11, 2016. Click here for more information.

There is no information to date on the web site about fees, registration, actual conference location or accommodation. (Hence my choice of graphic.)

Comment

I realise that this is a conference primarily for members of CAUCE and CNIE, but it is frankly unrealistic to expect people to commit to a paper or presentation with such little information.

This should be a major national conference for educational technology and online learning in Canada, and consequently I would expect the advance information to be better. There are many other good conferences around the same time, and although the theme for this conference is promising, it might be safer to choose an alternative if for financial reasons you have to make a conference commitment fairly soon.

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