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Australia is a world leader in blended and online distance learning, so this conference is a must for those who want to be at the leading edge of best practice.

15 – 18 Feb 2011. Summit website

Call for papers and submissions

DEHub and ODLAA will host the Education 2011-2021: Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning Summit at the Dockside Venue, Darling Harbour, Sydney, from 15-18 February, 2011

High profile keynote speakers and special guests:

•         Mohamed Ally
•         Gráinne Conole
•         Michael Crock
•         Bruce King
•         Colin Latchem
•         Diana Laurillard
•         Rory McGreal
•         Sugata Mitra
•         Don Olcott
•         Yoni Ryan
•         David Wiley

The Summit presents an opportunity for Australian and international researchers, practitioners, students, industry experts and government to come together to debate global research, practice and professional issues.

DEHub and ODLAA aim to bring together colleagues globally who are engaged in pedagogical research to work together collaboratively to address key issues in the field. DEHub takes a broad view that collaboration involves connecting, sharing and co-building of knowledge in a variety of global contexts amongst and with a range of researchers and practitioners. The Education 2011-2021: Summit presents an opportunity for this connecting, sharing and co-building of knowledge.

We encourage colleagues to participate by contributing full papers, research notes, posters, workshops and plenary sessions to the Summit with a focus on the three themes that underpin the DEHub objectives.

Theme 1: Research and Development;
Theme 2: Community and Open Learning; and
Theme 3: Learning and Teaching.

Within these themes we wish to highlight possible topic areas for focus and consideration on the themes page of the web site

The deadline for the submission of full papers is 27 August 2010.
Posters, Workshops, Research notes and plenary panel proposals by the 25 September 2010.

Papers may be submitted here.

For further information contact us at summit@dehub.edu.au

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