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Beyond the Comfort Zone: Ascilite 21st Annual Conference
Date: December 5-8, 2004
Location: Perth, Western Australia
For more information, contact Rob Phillips (conference convenor)
Our 2004 Conference will be the Australasian region's premier event for
lecturers, trainers and researchers concerned with all aspects of educational
technology and computer mediated learning in tertiary and post school education
and training. We have a splendid venue at The University of Western Australia
and for those dallying a little longer, a great range of summertime activities
The Conference theme, Beyond the comfort zone, expresses our intention that
conference presenta-tions will go beyond the 'comfort zone' of established
techniques and familiar contexts. In calling for presentations, we will seek
to recognise innovative exploration of the next wave of research topics and
tech-niques, and imaginative anticipation of future contexts for computers
and related technologies in teaching and learning.
NUTN 2004—Quality in Distance
Date: June 12-14, 2004
The 22nd annual event presented by the National
in cooperation with the University Continuing Education Association.
U of Wisconsin-Madison
20th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning
Date: August 4-6, 2004
year's program will feature blending classroom and online instruction, building
new collaborative environments, managing large programs in cost effective ways,
and using dynamic media to enhance and engage learners of all ages.
ALT-C 2004: Blue skies and pragmatism—learning
technologies for the next decade
Date: September 14-16, 2004
Location:University of Exeter, Devon, England
The 11th International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology
(ALT), ALT-C is the UK's biggest and most important conference about learning
technology. Information about submitting papers can be found at http://www.alt.ac.uk/altc2004/papers.html
League for Innovation's 2004 Conference on Information
Date: November 7–10, 2004
Location: Tampa, FL
A diverse program and cutting edge exposition exploring the intelligent application of information technology in community and technical colleges.
10th Sloan-C International Conference on Asynchronous Learning
Networks—The Power of
Online Learning: From Innovation to the Mainstream
Date: November 12-14, 2004
Location: Orlando, FL
Mark you calendars to attend this anniversary event!