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  • Registration Rate:

    The rates below reflect an early registration price. The price may go up after the early registration deadline of Sept. 13, 2017.

    If you qualify for either the student or K-12 teacher rate, you must prove your status by uploading a scan of your current ID, or a department/school letter attesting to your full-time student or teacher status. Without this proof, the conference must charge you the regular registration rate.

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    Receive 40% discount (only $89) for 1 year subscription to LearnTechLib-The Learning & Technology Library of 110,000+ research papers, eBooks, presentations, etc.
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  • Workshops

    Tuesday, October 17

    8:00 a.m.-1:15 p.m.
    • What do the World Bank, UNESCO, the Commonwealth of Learning (COL), the Inter-American Development Bank, and numerous other organizations and institutions around the globe have in common? They are all engaged in fascinating experiments to take advantage of advances in digital technologies and e-learning design to provide education, training, and professional development opportunities to people in developing countries who previously could not partake of these opportunities. One such delivery mechanism has been the massive open online course (MOOC) as well as various MOOC-like derivatives. Another is the use of open educational resources (OER). These efforts are already benefitting millions of people, but much potential for expansion and improvement remains.

      • Lunch & Half Day Symposium Included.

      For more information: https://www.aace.org/conf/elearn/workshops/symposium/

    • What do the World Bank, UNESCO, the Commonwealth of Learning (COL), the Inter-American Development Bank, and numerous other organizations and institutions around the globe have in common? They are all engaged in fascinating experiments to take advantage of advances in digital technologies and e-learning design to provide education, training, and professional development opportunities to people in developing countries who previously could not partake of these opportunities. One such delivery mechanism has been the massive open online course (MOOC) as well as various MOOC-like derivatives. Another is the use of open educational resources (OER). These efforts are already benefitting millions of people, but much potential for expansion and improvement remains.

      • Lunch and Entire Symposium Included.

      For more information: https://www.aace.org/conf/elearn/workshops/symposium/

  • Other events

    Wednesday, October 18

    12:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m.
    • E-learning Scenarios (Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom) Engagement & Motivation Mobile Learning Gamification Augmented Reality Big Data Social Software (Collaborative Learning) MOOC’s “Sorry, I can’t chat. I have to finish my presentation” ?

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    Thursday, October 19

    12:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m.
    • E-learning Scenarios (Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom) Engagement & Motivation Mobile Learning Gamification Augmented Reality Big Data Social Software (Collaborative Learning) MOOC’s “Sorry, I can’t chat. I have to finish my presentation” ?

      More info

    Friday, October 20

    12:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m.
    • E-learning Scenarios (Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom) Engagement & Motivation Mobile Learning Gamification Augmented Reality Big Data Social Software (Collaborative Learning) MOOC’s “Sorry, I can’t chat. I have to finish my presentation” ?

      More info
  • SIGs - Special Interest Groups

    Sign up for one or more SIGs (Special Interest Groups). Free!

    Making the complex clear, turning difficult into intriguing, raising intellectual curiosity, supporting creative problem solving, posing authentic challenges, building effective scaffolds – contemporary e-learning goes beyond the latest tools and technologies. The special interest group ‘Designing, Developing, and Assessing E-Learning’ aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to debate and collaborate on a variety of instructional design themes. The SIG will promote activities for future E-Learn conferences, including suggestions for invited speakers and symposia. It provides a marketplace for joint research projects and offers publications opportunities in form of special issues and edited volumes.
    A community of researchers, educators, entrepreneurs, practitioners and policy makers with a shared focus on experience, opportunities, trends, issues, challenges and successful stories and practices in E-learning in developing countries. Members of the SIG are those interested in researching, sharing, analyzing, and discussing the current status and future trends of E-learning policies, practices, strategies, methodologies, and technologies on various levels in developing countries(e.g., international, national, regional, local, institutional, and individual level), with a special concentration on the challenges and opportunities for collaborative research, development, and practice on a large scale and across countries.
    A community of researchers, designers, educators, and practitioners who share a collaborative focus on creating and exploring contemporary advances in learning technologies that are shaping education for today’s and tomorrow’s learners. Members of the ELTI SIG are those interested in discussing, constructing, and leading the path toward a collective research-based exploration of various emerging educational trends and technology innovations (e.g., mobile learning, open education, MOOCs, collaborative technologies, social media, digital course resources, adventure learning, learning analytics, informal and nontraditional learning, etc.).
  • Go Green Reduce your eco footprint and opt out of the printed program

    An online version of the program, including a personal planner and searchable schedule, will be available by Aug. 30, 2017 on AcademicExperts.org. A PDF of the entire program will be made available on the AACE website before the conference.

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