Lessons from Learners: Students’ Insights on Effective Learning Online

02nov11:00 am12:00 pmLessons from Learners: Students’ Insights on Effective Learning Online

Event Details

This is the second webinar to coincide with Asia-Pacific Online and Distance Education Week 1-5 November 2021.

Panel: Professor George Veletsianos, Dr Elaine Beirne and Dr Melissa Bond

Description: This webinar features a lively panel discussion with three leading scholars working in online distance education with a strong learner focus to their work.

Professor George Veletsianos holds the Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology and the Commonwealth of Learning Chair in Flexible Learning. He is well-known internationally for his research in online distance education and is author of the book Learning Online: The Student Experience (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020).

Dr Elaine Beirne works in the National Institute for Digital Learning at Dublin City University, Ireland and has a strong interest in the role of emotions in online learning. She played a key role in the development of A Digital Edge: Essentials for the Online Learner, a free course that has attracted over 10,000 people worldwide.

Dr Melissa Bond, previously a Researcher Officer at University College London (UCL) and who has recently returned to Australia, is known for her meta-analysis research on student engagement in educational technology contexts. Melissa is co-author of several seminal major systematic literatures reviews in this area.

The panel will discuss lessons that we have learnt from learners and other valuable insights into the online learning experience from a student perspective.

Register: here.



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