25th National SPERA Conference 2009
Education in a Digital Present: Enriching Rural Communities
Digital information technologies are transforming the way we work, learn and communicate. In this digital revolution are new learning approaches that transform hierarchical, industrial-based models of teaching and learning.
Education in a digital present could be a comprehensive search for strategies and tools for effective online / digital teaching based on the principles of learning as a social process and engaging the advantages of new technologies to support e-learning decision-making, instructional choices, program and course planning and the delivery of curricula.
Additionally, practical advice, real-life examples, case studies and useful resources about structuring and fostering socially engaging learning in an online / digital environment could be topics for discussion.
- Developing Professional Capacity
- The Arts and Social Networking
- Interactive Distance Learning
- The Small School Experience
- Building Pre-service Capacity
- Impacting on Policy
- Building Opportunities
- Higher Education
- The ICT Excperience
Flinders University, South Australia
Dates: 8 – 10 July 2009
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