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TLT Group-ascilite Webinar Series: Reframing e-learning: A Critical Consideration of Some Core Concepts

  • 21 Oct 2009
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Online location info will be sent via email 2-3 days prior to the event.
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TLT Group-ascilite Webinar Series

Reframing e-learning: A Critical Consideration of Some Core Concepts

This series is co-sponsored and co-produced by the TLT Group and ascilite. The first webinar is free.

There will be two iterations of each webinar to accommodate members of both ascilite and the TLT Group [Oct 15 and Oct 21]. These will be available in two different time zones (Australia & North America). Archives will also be available online. The duration of the webinars, depending on the topic, will be 1-2 hours.


October 21: U.S. and Canada
4:00 p.m. Washington, D.C.
[6am Oct 22 Brisbane, 7am Oct 22 Sydney, 9am Oct 22 New Zealand, 4am Singapore/Hong Kong]

Leaders: Mark Nicholls, eLearning Specialist, Laidlaw College, Auckland, NZ, and Steve Ehrmann, TLT Group Vice-President.

This webinar will consider various assumptions that have been made about eLearning practice in higher education, and consider them based on research evidence and a theoretical perspective grounded in formal education. It challenges a number of assumptions beneath what seems to be an established paradigm of thought in the hope of encouraging evidence-based practice.

1.       Setting the scene: the 'broken middle'

2.       Understanding e-learning: paradigm shift vs extension

3.       E-learning and faculty: absorption vs empowerment

4.       Online discussion: community vs cooperation

5.       The Net Gen: promise vs problem

6.       Web 2.0: essential vs irrelevant

7.       Conclusion: enthusiasm vs evidence

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