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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/

    1:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

    iPortfolio and iAssessment are the two essential attributed of a sustainable interactive digital learning environment. Integrating interactivity through the introduction of iportfolio and iassessment in higher education is an innovative approach to sustain learner engagement and assess learner progression using interactive assessment techniques such as timely feedback using available digital tools. Authors in this artcle discuss different thinking tools for creative thinking to come up with unique innovative solution(s) based on available resources, learners expectations, difficulty level of the learning materials, etc .

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    Wednesday, October 18

    1:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

    Abstract: In this workshop, the participants will learn about the podcasting process and how to use podcasts for course content, student assignments and program development. The participants will first understand the nature of the medium and some general theoretical and foundational frameworks for using podcasts in education. This will include practical examples of how podcasting is being used in the College of Social Work at the University of Kentucky. Next, the participants will learn how to develop a podcasting plan and all the necessary tools for podcasting and implementing podcasts into a learning environment. In this “bring your own device” session, participants will not only better understand podcasting but receive hands-on, practical training on how to make and publish their own podcast. Finally, there will be a time for questions and exploring of podcasting equipment.

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    Thursday, October 19

    3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

    Special Free Event: Solution-focused Innovation Challenge for Educators

    For the first time ever, we’ll be introducing ProtoHack’s applied learning and innovation challenge to our E-Learn 2017 conference.

    ProtoHack is the intersection between innovation and education. This workshop bridges the gap between users and makers by connecting industry to ideas, and producing tangible solutions for the education sector.

    ProtoHack’s solution-focused approach teaches innovative-thinking and effective problem-solving techniques that can be taken back to the classroom. Learn how to enable the non-technical community with the tools and knowledge to bring an idea to life and visually communicate it through prototyping.

    Objectives: Work collaboratively on ideation, prototyping, design-thinking, strategy, and pitching. Get ready for a crash course that you can take back to the classroom!

    Prizes: The winning team will receive $5,000 worth of development work from App Scoop to help build out their idea

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  • 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” ?

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    Friday, October 20

    12:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m.
    • Closing Reception Lunch & Special Invitation to E-Learn 2018 – All attendees are invited to join us for a special plated lunch reception to say “Cheers!” to E-Learn 2017 and look forward to next year’s conference in Las Vegas!

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  • 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, 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.).
    Find Sustainable Learning Technologies (SLT) solutions for the use of technologies and tools linked to educational applications. The technologies include developing SMART generic thinking tools for identifying, planning, organizing, and implementing projects, and evaluating their overall sustainable impact. These applications will be discussed and explored through this SIG using online social networking tools and in face-to-face meetings.
  • 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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