The ODLAA Conference organising committee are excited about how the upcoming ODLAA conference is shaping up.
As well as our wonderful keynotes a fine selection of insightful papers from delegates around the world, there will also be a number of engaging workshops, in which delegates can participate and interact. This conference will be hands-on rather than talking-heads.
Conference Workshops Update
Workshop sessions will be scheduled throughout the conference program, including the opening Sunday afternoon. The final workshop sessions and conference program will be finalised soon, but here’s a sneak preview of some of the workshops:
1. Olaf Zawacki-Richter (EDEN and Germany) on Exploring Frameworks for Research in Open, Flexible and Distance Learning
2. Sandra Wills (CSU) Moving an institution to online at scale. What does it really mean for a university to really be an “online” university?
3. Jingjing Zang (Beijing Normal University) on Social Network Analysis as a tool for Learning Analytics.
4. Dr Stefan Popenici (CSHE, University of Melbourne) on Engaging Students in Online Learning
5. Carina Bossu (University of Tasmania) on Enabling open education in Australia
Conference Social Functions
Conference delegates will be treated to a cocktail function at the grandly elegant Melbourne Town Hall on the Monday night of the conference. The cocktail function is included in the cost of conference registration.
Melbourne has a huge range of accommodation options. ODLAA conference delegates are eligible for discounted rates if they choose to stay at the conference venue, the Novotel on Collins. Find out more about accommodation >
How to register
Early bird registrations close on 5th December, so make sure you register soon to receive the discounted early bird rate.
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By Flexible Learning NZ