Conference Report for RIDE 2016 now available

RIDE 2016, Senate House, University of London, Friday 11 March 2016.

RIDE 2016, Senate House, University of London, Friday 11 March 2016.

The tenth anniversary of the CDE’s conference held this year on 11th March at Senate House marked another wonderful day of networking, sharing expertise and  celebration. The conference report, written and compiled by CDE Fellow Clare Sansom,  is now available and provides a digest of the day’s key moments. Many thanks go out to all those who attended for such stimulating conversations and to all CDE Fellows who helped make this such a successful day.

Extract from the report:

“…
The Centre for Distance Education has held a conference in central London almost every year since its inception in 2005. In 2016, this conference was held in Senate House on Friday 11 March and, as conference co-chair Steven Warburton explained during his introduction, it was the tenth in the series. This in itself provided a cause for celebration. It followed the format used in previous successful conferences, with keynote lectures at the beginning and end of the day and parallel sessions and workshops in between. These were organised under three key themes of ‘Design for Learning’, ‘Technology for Learning’ and ‘The Student Experience’.

…”

Read the complete report here: RIDE 2016 conference report FINAL (pdf, 550Kb)

Senate House, University of London, Friday 11 March 2016.

RIDE 2016, Senate House, University of London, Friday 11 March 2016.

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One Response to “Conference Report for RIDE 2016 now available”
  1. This looks great! Are dates set for next year? I would love to attend.

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