2011年E-Learning峰会·墨尔本:以策略性的视觉看持续发展的E-Learning产业

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2011年3月21-22日,2011年E-Learning峰会将于墨尔本Hilton on the Park酒店举办。我将在会议的第2天作一个关于E-Learning项目管理的演讲,欢迎参与!我的演讲主题是: “Managing e-learning projects across multiple institutions”。该主题将涵盖:best practice of coordinating a large group of content experts for an e-learning project, the implications for enterprise architecture design in higher education for distance online learning development, and the instructional design rationale behind the e-learning development。会议的宣传手册可点击下载。
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2011年E-Learning峰会将于2011年3月21-22日在墨尔本Hilton on the Park酒店由Informa公司举办。我将在会议的第2天作一个关于E-Learning项目管理的演讲,欢迎参与!

我的演讲主题是:

Managing e-learning projects across multiple institutions

  • Best practice of coordinating a large group of content experts for an e-learning project
  • The implications for enterprise architecture design in higher education for distance online learning development
  • The instructional design rationale behind the e-learning development

会议的宣传手册可点击下图下载:

 


 

会议简介:

The E-Learning Summit will showcase the e-learning programmes of Australia’s premier distance education providers, with honest and insightful presentations from a cross section of public and private organisations.

No longer a lonely pursuit of silent readings and monthly packages, fast internet has produced a flourish of highly interactive, rich media learning solutions which have empowered universities, TAFEs, private institutions and corporations to tailor and develop complex and effective learning solutions, delivering anything from a single unit of learning to an MBA degree.

Join us at E-Learning Summit in Melbourne in March 2011, to ensure that your organisation is equipped with the latest ideas, technologies and strategies, to provide education for a wider range of students, and to give them the unique option of e-learning.

 

会议亮点:

  • Case studies from Australia’s top universities
  • Digital marketing campaign analysis – an Australian first for reaching virgin target markets
  • Presentation of the latest in learning technology
  • A discussion about the importance of branding in e-learning
  • Analysis of distance education as a tool for furthering social inclusion
  • Effective student support, at a distance

and many more…

 

会议日程:

Day One: Monday 21st March 2011

8.00

Registration and coffee

8.45

Welcome and speed networking session
Get to know your peers right from the start in this relaxed and informal speed networking session. Bring your business cards!

9.00

Opening remarks from the Chair

9:10

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

E-Learning in Australian tertiary education

* A snapshot of the current market: myths and realities
* Characteristics and aspirations of online students
* Key providers
o Domestic
o International
* Prospects for growth of the industry
* Which institutions have been most successful at providing online education, and why?
* Case Study: e-learning success at Navitas Ltd

Prof James Dalziel, Director, Macquarie e-Learning Centre of Excellence (MELCOE), Macquarie University

10:00

INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY

The Open University, UK

* Maintaining an internationally respected degree program in the online space
* Finding the right balance in course materials
* Building strategic partnerships that work

Dominic Newbould, Director of External Relations, Open University Worldwide

10:45

Morning tea

ADVERTISING & MARKETING

11:00

Managing people and products: Finding the balance and blend in e-learning

* Segmenting target markets for online learning
* Digital communication for digital students
* Case study: Gradschool.com.au

Professor Kevin McConkey, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, (Academic and Global Relations), The University of Newcastle

11:45

Using social media strategy to acquire new students

* Setting realistic budgets
* In-house vs agency identifying the appropriate amount of in-house expertise necessary
* Effective seeding strategy

Marc Niems, VP, Export Markets and Mobile Learning, E-learning Industry Association

12:30

Legal issues for online education providers

* Considering copyright when developing coursework
* Understanding safe-harbor protections
* Strategies for developing rich, multimedia content without breaching copyright

Belinda Muir, Associate IP Lawyer and Trade Mark Attorney, Griffith Hack

1:15

Lunch

CASE STUDIES

2:15

University of New England

* Academic strategy with a new toolkit: pushing the limits of e-learning
* An examination of government policy relating to e-learning
* Working with international agencies

Belind Tynan, Academic Director, University of New England

3:00

It’s not easy being ‘e’: a behind the scenes look at what it really takes to succeed as an e-learning e-business

* Adopting an all inclusive e-business model
* The importance of digital administration
* Creating a student community online

OTEN – TAFE NSW

3:45

Afternoon tea

4:00

Facilitating online learning and teaching

* Transitioning academics to online learning and teaching
* Pedagogy and the online techno abyss
* Supporting academics in their online learning and teaching endeavours

Cath Moore, Academic Manager (Open Universities Australia) Programs, Swinburne University of Technology

4:45

Managing an Online MBA: University of South Australia

* Creating legitimacy in an online MBA program
* Innovative approaches to content
* Appropriating traditional assessment tasks for the online space

Bob Gilliver, MBA Course Director, University of South Australia

5:20

Closing remarks from Chair

5:30

Networking drinks

Day Two: Tuesday 22nd March 2011

8.40

Welcome and speed networking session

8.45

Opening remarks from the Chair

9:00

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Key factors that contribute to a great online education experience

* Are we really delivering a product that meets the needs of our customers?
* Catering for an increasingly diverse target market
* An examination of the challenges faced and solutions found in delivering a successful online education service

Malcolm Kinns, Director, Think Education Group

9:45

INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE

Using evaluation evidence at a course level to both improve students’ learning experiences and optimize institutional planning for e-learning

* Developing an evaluation culture in universities
* Improving students’ learning experiences and outcomes
* Ensuring effective horizontal and vertical communication strategies within universities
* Optimising planning for e-learning infrastructure and support

Professor Carmel McNaught, Director/ Professor of Learning Enhancement, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

10:30

Morning tea

LEARNING AND TEACHING

10:45

Change Management in e-learning

* Innovations in real time video: new directions in virtual classrooms
* Effective online assessment tools
* Online education as a social media: developing content with student syndication in mind
* Cloud computing development
* Mobile streaming

Clint Smith, Director, Learnworks, President, E-Learning Network of Australiasia

11:30

Pedagogy and the impact evolving e-learning technology

* Identifying the best e-learning solution for the campus/ student
* Conflicts between traditional teaching knowledge and e-learning sensabilities
* Developing an all inclusive approach to e-learning implamentation

Steve Linquist, Senior Educator, E-Learning at University of Ballarat

12:15

Lunch

TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN

1:15

Managing e-learning projects across multiple institutions

* Best practice of coordinating a large group of content experts for an e-learning project
* The implications for enterprise architecture design in higher education for distance online learning development
* The instructional design rationale behind the e-learning development

Richard Wenchao He, Education and Multimedia Design Coordinator, Westmead Hospital (University of Sydney)

2:00

UTS/ Acid Green – Successful university – agency partnerships in developing learning technology

* The importance of educational research as an underpinning for e-assessment software ReView
* Recognition of academic research as an important feature of educational software for the Higher Ed market
* Importance of developing e-assessment software from the basis of sound research and live incremental pilot studies as a basis for commercial viability

Darral Thompson, Senior Lecturer and Director of Teaching and Learning University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
Sam Marciano, General Manager, AcidGreen

2:45

Afternoon tea

3:00

CASE STUDY

The Australian Wind Energy Institute

* How to produce a top shelf e-learning program
* Developing e-learning projects which meet commercial realties and social responsibilities
* Sourcing private funding for e-learning initiatives

Sigfried Roy, Director, The Australian Wind Energy Institute

3:45

Designing for e-Learning: Promises and pitfalls

* Supporting the student learning experience
* Enabling connectivity, communication and collaboration
* Maximising participation and social inclusion

Som Naidu, Associate Professor and Director of Teaching and Learning Quality Enhancement and Evaluation Services, Division of Learning and Teaching Services, Charles Sturt University

4:30

Closing remarks from the Chair

4:45

Conference close


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