CDE NEWS UPDATE 2/9/13: RIDE2013 conference now open for registration

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Registration is now open for the next Research and Innovation in Distance Education and eLearning conference, taking place on Friday 1 November 2013 in Senate House. This is an annual event looking at new directions and developments in distance learning.  This free conference will be of interest to anyone involved in distance education research and development, and is arranged around three key themes: design for learning, future technologies and student engagement. 

The conference has a has a strong research focus.  Our keynotes include Professor Alan Tait (Professor of Distance Education and Development at the Open University, Editor in Chief of the Journal of Learning for Development www.jl4d.org), plus a strong set of speakers drawing on their innovative research in the field.  The event will incorporate the latest outputs from the CDE’s programme of Teaching and Research Awards, and will include seminars, workshops and an opportunity to network.

 

REGISTRATION

This is a free event – you can register for tickets here: ride2013.eventbrite.co.uk/ 

 

GETTING INVOLVED

Poster/demo session: If you are interested in submitting your own research for the conferences poster session please contact cde@london.ac.uk.

MEDIA FROM RIDE2012

Professor Steve Wheeler, Emerging Pedagogies, Learning Spaces and Communities:

Professor Diana Laurillard, Teaching as a Design Science:

See other RIDEpresentations and resources from last year’s RIDE conference here: bit.ly/CDE-RIDE2012

To join the CDE’s mailing list for future updates please contact us here: cde@london.ac.uk.

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