ODLAA are hosting their July Webinar ‘Home broadband and student engagement during COVID-19 emergency remote teaching‘
(Distance Education, 42(4), 465-493)
During 2019–2020, school buildings worldwide closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar reports on the findings of a study that assessed the influence of high-speed broadband availability on student engagement with distance learning within 206 secondary schools in Ireland.
What are the implications for schools and government?
Ciarán Mac Domhnaill, Gretta Mohan and Selina McCoy
Economic and Social Research Institute, Ireland
Join us to find out.
Webinar Details are as follows
Thursday July 28th – 15.30-16.30pm (AEST) 17.30-18.30 (NZST).
Our Sister organisation in Australia, ODLAA, is hosting its May 2022 webinar with the title: Effect of online teaching presence on students’ cognitive conflict and engagement.
The presenter, Yang Wang, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, China will explore his paper published in Distance Education, 42(4), 547-566.
This webinar shares findings of a study that explored the effects of online teaching presence on students’ cognitive conflict and engagement by analyzing three rounds of a course taught with different levels of teaching presence.
Join ODLAA to find out the results of this interesting study and gain practical advice for online teaching.
Webinar Details are:
- Event Date & Time:
- Thursday May 26th : 9.30am-10.30am(AEST), 11.30-12.30 (NZT)
Register for Webinar here
For a list of all future webinars, please check the ODLAA website: Upcoming ODLAA Webinars