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Sunday 2 December, Pre-conference Workshops

Workshop 1
(Comm Lab 4)
Engaging, interactive and memorable online learning
Rod Sims
Knowledgecraft and Capella University, USA [full day]
Workshop 2
(NBS IT Lab 2)
Online role play: What it means for learners, developers and educators
Ann Davenport and Judi Baron
The University of Adelaide
Workshop 3
(NBS IT Lab 3)
Are you prepared for the YouTube generation? Using digital video archives to develop independent thinking and learning
Kevin Burden and Simon Atkinson
University of Hull, UK
Workshop 4
(NBS IT Lab 5)
Forming teams and preparing proposals for mLearning research to enhance student learning
Andrew Litchfield
University of Technology Sydney
Workshop 5
(NBS IT Lab 6)
Organise thoughts and concepts using concept mapping tools: CmapTools
Peh Chin Heng James, Cheng Ghee Hock Timothy, Tan Sok Ngin and Quek Choon Lang Gwendoline
NTU, Singapore
Workshop 6
(NBS IT Lab 2)
Causing change: Exercising power, influence and authority
Deborah Veness
The Australian National University
Workshop 7
(NBS IT Lab 3)
Preparing interactive e-assessments: Practical examples from a range of disciplines including the physical sciences, health sciences, humanities and business
Geoffrey Crisp
The University of Adelaide
Workshop 8
(Comm Lab 3)
Publishing in educational technology
Barney Dalgarno and Gregor Kennedy
Ascilite Sponsored Workshop
No registration fee is required for this workshop.
Workshop 9
(NBS IT Lab 6)
Educational podcasting: Mastering the 3P approach - pedagogy, production and publishing
Allan Carrington and Ian Green
The University of Adelaide

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