SoTEL (EDU-SHIFT) Symposium 2024 REIMAGINED!

SoTEL 2024 Programme

Trendsetter Webinar Sessions

Recorded Webinar URLsTRENDSETTERS FOR 2024
Figshare DOI TBDJason Lodge, “AI in the wild: How students are using generative AI in their learning”, 26th April, 12-1pm AEST
Figshare DOI TBDElisa Bone,  “Enabling TEL capacity across complexity”, 3rd May, 12-1pm AEST
Figshare DOI TBD
Cristian Rodriguez, “Educational technology in secondary schools”, 17th May, 12-1pm AEST
Figshare DOI TBD
Robert Vanderburg, “Enhancing Mathematical Proficiency through Digitally Individualized Pedagogy”, 24th May, 12-1pm AEST
Figshare DOI TBDChris Deneen, 31st May, 12-1pm AEST
Figshare DOI TBDDarren Sudlow, 7th June, 12-1pm AEST
SoTEL Symposium Abstracts are published in PJTEL


Pacific Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning (PJTEL)

We are now accepting papers for the Pacific Journal of Technology enhanced Learning (PJTEL). Call for papers

SoTEL cluster news and update

#SOTELNZ 2022 Symposium first abstracts now published
January 26, 2022
2022 links Presentation AbstractsTrendsetters 2022Draft Programme 2022Submit Abstracts before 31st JanuaryRegisterDiscussion Forum
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October 16, 2020
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#ASCILITEMLSIG webinar 5 June 2020 “Transitioning to online: Capitalizing on opportunity within chaos – We’ve made it through the emergency remote teaching phase. What next?”
June 7, 2020
#ASCILITEMLSIG webinar 5 June 2020 https://youtu.be/PVyPZ7eRBlw via @YouTube This webinar featured Lisa Marie Blaschke, Oldenburg University on "Transitioning to online: Capitalizing on ...
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