Engagement in Virtual Spaces: Perspectives on E-Learning CONGRESS 2014 Friday May 30, 2:45 pm, Cairns 336
Published on May 22 2014
This panel presentation draws on the experiences of four instructors who have engaged in e-learning in a variety of contexts. The panelists will discuss how they implement e-learning strategies within online environments to engage Indigenous and non-Indigenous students. These strategies will be discussed in terms of how they can be utilized across platforms. Collectively, the panelists have experience with Elluminate, Pepper, Sakai, and Moodle. Bringing together shared perspectives from Canada and New Zealand, this panel presentation will engage in an important conversation about e-learning contexts and the promotion of student engagement.
Friday May 30, 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm, CAIRNS 336.
Dr. Sandra Styres (OISE/UT)
Dr. Huia Jahnke (Massey)
Dr. Spencer Lilley (Massey)
Dr. Dawn Zinga (Brock)