Thursday 5th June 2008, Edge Hill University,UK
The SOLSTICE Centre for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL) at Edge Hill University is pleased to announce its 3rd international conference.
Building on the success of the 2007 conference, which attracted over 200 delegates from across the UK and as far away as Russia and New Zealand, the 2008 conference will focus on the relationships between research, innovation, and development. There will be a distinct spotlight on the concepts of learning environments and their elearning components – as they exist now, and as they might transpire as time progresses – to respond to some compelling and perhaps pressing questions:
- What is informing our current and future conceptions of elearning and learning environments?
- What theoretical and evidence bases are structuring our thinking, policy making and implementations?
- How might we juxtapose the physical, virtual and cognitive dimensions of learning environments?
- On what bases might we predict the learning environments of 2020 for the learners of that point in time?
- What is the status of the current research agenda and is it robust enough to serve as a foundation for predictions and aspirations?
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Y mandar vuestros “papers” en Call for Abstracts:
We welcome papers, presentations and workshops/demonstrations on the following themes:
– Research methods
– Theoretical bases of elearning and learning environments
– Technologies and learning environments – physical and virtual spaces
– Impacting on students’ learning – cause and effect
Abstracts (up to 300 words) should be submitted via the online electronic proposal form
by Friday 15th February 2008.