Have you registered for the 2009 Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) International Conference yet?
If not, don’t miss your opportunity to learn, network and discuss the practices, challenges and innovations that affect YOU.
Learning and Technology: A Capital Idea!
Where: Fairmont Château Laurier Hotel, Ottawa, ON
When: May 10-13, 2009
With an expected attendance of over 400 national and international delegates working in the fields of educational technology, health education, K-12 education, multi-media design and distance learning, the 2009 CNIE International Conference offers a unique opportunity for learning, networking and idea exchange.
Space is filling up quickly, so register now and join your colleagues from across the education spectrum as they spend three inspirational, informative and energizing days discussing, debating and exploring the integration of learning and technology.
Over 105 papers will be presented within the following streams:
Building Effective Learning Environments: Innovations in Instructional Design and Course Development
The Prescription for Learning: Integrating Educational Technology into the Health System
Breaking Learning Barriers: New Technology and Media Applications to Create Accessible Learning
K to 12 Innovation: Engaging the Digital Learner
Transforming Education: Constructing a Student Centred World with Open Learning and Distance Education
Leading the Way: Effective Policies, Partnerships and Administrative Practices
Keynote and plenary speakers will include
George Siemens, Associate Director, Learning Technology Centre, University of Manitoba,
Dr. Thierry Karsenti, Titulaire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada sur les TIC et l’éducation, Directeur du CRIFPE, Professeur titulaire, Université de Montréal,
Dr. Rajan Welukar Vice-Chancellor of Yashwantrao Chamvan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) in India and
Andrew Fisher, Executive Vice President at Wesley Clover.
To register, or for details on concurrent sessions, the Gala Awards Banquet and hotel accommodations, please visit www.learningconference.ca or contact:
Coordinator, Special Projects
Canadian Healthcare Association
17 York St.
Ottawa, ON K1N 9J6
Tel: 613-241-8005 ext 226