SoTEL SYMPOSIUM 2022 – abstract submissions extended: Presenting a showcase of student learning supported by technology. February 16-18 @MelbCSHE @AUTuni @ascilite @A_L_T #SoTEL_NZ #PJTEL
The SoTEL Symposium is a showcase of student learning supported by technology. After the success over the last four years, we are excited to announce that the 5th SoTEL Symposium will be held online from the 16th, to 18th of February, 2022.
Abstract Submission Extended: 31 January 2022 Cost: $25/day, $75 for 3 days
The Symposium brings together educators, primarily from the secondary and tertiary sectors, to:
- Share and demonstrate the efficacy and benefits of using digital technologies to enhance student learning;
- Establish research clusters and communities of practice to enable like-minded people to explore, evaluate and advance the use of digital technologies in student learning environments in all disciplines;
- Provide an annual forum for practitioners to present the results of their work to peers and other interested parties.
Attendance and presentation at the annual Symposium is open to all educators from the secondary and tertiary sectors, those from the vocational education and training sector, government departments, and private training organisations, including the defence forces.
The symposium features 6 Trendsetter/Keynotes and a presentation stream of Pecha Kucha’s with live discussion and 500 word abstracts published in the Pacific Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning (PJTEL). 2021 Abstracts can be seen at https://ojs.aut.ac.nz/pjtel/issue/view/5
For more info, visit: https://sotel.nz/