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Sunday, June 17

  1. page Program edited eLearning - why? Watch this space as the details for the workshop and sessions are updated. Pr…
    eLearning - why?
    Watch this space as the details for the workshop and sessions are updated.
    Program
    9.00 - 9.30am Registration. [Tea & Coffee] List of sessions and presenters.
    Auditorium
    9.35 - 9.45am Welcome: The Hon Peter Hall MLC
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    Keynote Speaker: Prof. Gilly Salmon [Auditorium]Salmon. Pro Vice Chancellor Learning Transformations. Swinburne University of Technology.
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    Setting the scenescene: Josie Rose. Project Leader ACFE eMentor Program
    10.35 - 10.55am Morning Tea
    11.00 - 11.45am Computer Lab [C] Session [S]
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    2. Howard Errey - Twitter for Educators [S] Rm 5.343. Michael Gwyther & Sarah Phillips - Pedagogy for eLearning [S] Auditorium4. Dwayne Rabel - High capacity broadband and benefits to elearning and community organisations [S] Rm 5.275. Pauline Wilson - Rural blended delivery [S] Rm 5.26
    11.50 - 12.35pm Computer Lab [C] Session [S]
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    5.265. Tony Scott, Junita LyonScott,Sue Braggs & Evelyn
    12.45 - 1.45pm Lunch with Regional & Trade displays
    1.45 - 2.30 pm Computer Lab [C] Session [S]
    1. Capacity and Innovation Fund Project - Gayle Webster, Rheinard Korf [S] Rm 5.27
    2. Clint Smith - Planning for results: getting the best value from eLearning initiatives [S] Auditorium3. Ann Hardingham: easy e-books for teachers. [S] Rm 5.344. Dora Troupiotis - MS LYNC as an easy online collaboration solution [S] Rm 5.265. Darren Christie - An introduction to Microsoft OneNote for educators [C] Level 2
    2.40Auditorium
    2.40
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    Learning Australia [Auditorium]
    3.00

    3.00 - 3.15pm Russell Blackie: eLearning in DEECD
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    - why? Keynote Introduction by Russell Blackie DEECD (TBC)
    3.45 - 4.00 pm Closing remarks: Sian Lewis, General Manager ACFE.
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    5:35 pm
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    Welcome to the 2012 e-learning - why? Showcase wiki
    at William angliss TAFE Conference Centre (555 LaTrobe Street, Melbourne).
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    Click on the links on the left for more information about the program.
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    5:28 pm

Wednesday, June 6

  1. page Presenter details edited ... Digital literacy and IT Academy Elearning and technology Michael Gwyther Michael commenced …
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    Digital literacy and IT Academy
    Elearning and technology
    Michael Gwyther Michael commenced working in elearning with ESL learners in the mid 90's before mentoring Community Education teachers in elearning content and facilitation strategies. Now part of elearning and multimedia consulting company yum studio, he overseas a range of coaching, mentoring and training programs to assist L&D practitioners to introduce strategise and sustain learner centred approaches to elearning. Michael is also an elearning developer working with corporate, tertiary, TAFEs and private RTOs. Michael is the Mentor for this year’s ACPET Vic Govt e-Learning Program. He is the current president of ElNet (E-learning network of Australasia) – http://www.elnet.com.au
    Session We all have opinions – Where do they come from?
    Using pedagogical theories to support strong e-learning practices.
    We all have our own ways of conducting training and assessment, but how do these translate into good e-learning? What is it that guides your practice?
    Learn about the principles of good practice in teaching and learning and how this can easily support your learning design. See examples of informed practice in action and how to apply this to the design of your assessment and evaluate evidence types. Look at a range of tools suited to the task develop your own conclusion about learning design.

    Rheinard Korf
    Innovative Learning Designer
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    6:25 pm
  2. page Presenter details edited ... Dwayne Rabel Manager, Policy and Programs, Department of Business and Innovation Dwayne has…
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    Dwayne Rabel
    Manager, Policy and Programs, Department of Business and Innovation
    Dwayne has worked in both the private and public sectors in roles including regulatory reform, economic analysis, strategic planning and policy. For the last 2 years he has been involved in developing, implementing and monitoring the Broadband Enabled Innovation Program (BEIP) for the Victorian Government. BEIP is a broadband lead adoption program designed to develop and pilot projects for use on high capacity broadband networks that bring some economic, social or environmental benefits for Victoria. Dwayne in interested in exploring how firms can use broadband to innovate and make firms more efficient and effective in delivering goods and services. In his spare time Dwayne coaches juniors at the local football and cricket clubs.
    Session
    High capacity broadband and benefits to elearning and community organisations.
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    4:53 pm

Tuesday, June 5

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    2. Clint Smith - Planning for results: getting the best value from eLearning initiatives [S] Auditorium3. Ann Hardingham: easy e-books for teachers. [S] Rm 5.344. Dora Troupiotis - MS LYNC as an easy online collaboration solution [S] Rm 5.265. Darren Christie - An introduction to Microsoft OneNote for educators [C] Level 2
    2.40 - 3.00 pm Keynote Speaker: Sally Thompson, CEO of Adult Learning Australia [Auditorium]
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    - why? Keynote Introduction by
    3.45 - 4.00 pm Closing remarks: Sian Lewis, General Manager ACFE.
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    7:56 pm
  2. page Program edited ... 2. Clint Smith - Planning for results: getting the best value from eLearning initiatives [S] A…
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    2. Clint Smith - Planning for results: getting the best value from eLearning initiatives [S] Auditorium3. Ann Hardingham: easy e-books for teachers. [S] Rm 5.344. Dora Troupiotis - MS LYNC as an easy online collaboration solution [S] Rm 5.265. Darren Christie - An introduction to Microsoft OneNote for educators [C] Level 2
    2.40 - 3.00 pm Keynote Speaker: Sally Thompson, CEO of Adult Learning Australia [Auditorium]
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    Russell Blackie DCEEDDEECD (TBC)
    3.45 - 4.00 pm Closing remarks: Sian Lewis, General Manager ACFE.
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    7:53 pm
  3. page Program edited ... 10.30 - 10.35am Setting the scene 10.35 - 10.55am Morning Tea ... Session [S] 1. Kevin…
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    10.30 - 10.35am Setting the scene
    10.35 - 10.55am Morning Tea
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    Session [S]
    1. Kevin L. Blazè - Using rich learning material to promote authentic learning in the community services [C] Level 2
    2. Howard Errey - Twitter for Educators [S] Rm 5.343. Michael Gwyther & Sarah Phillips - Pedagogy for eLearning [S] Auditorium4. Dwayne Rabel - High capacity broadband and benefits to elearning and community organisations [S] Rm 5.275. Pauline Wilson - Rural blended delivery [S] Rm 5.26
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    Session [S]
    1. Carole McCulloch - Moodle / Mahara Safari [C] Level 22. Trudi Grant & Emilio Parente - Microsoft: Innovation in Teaching and Learning [S] Auditorium3. Thom Baselier - eLearning for all ages, less is more… [S] Rm 5.344. Capacity and Innovation Fund Project - Marilyn Pelman, Kathryn Matthews, Pam Ridd & Joan Coker [S] Rm 5.265. Tony Scott, Junita Lyon & Evelyn Schmidt - Facebook [S] Rm 5.27
    12.45 - 1.45pm Lunch with Regional & Trade displays
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    Session [S]
    1. Capacity and Innovation Fund Project - Gayle Webster, Rheinard Korf [S] Rm 5.27
    2. Clint Smith - Planning for results: getting the best value from eLearning initiatives [S] Auditorium3. Ann Hardingham: easy e-books for teachers. [S] Rm 5.344. Dora Troupiotis - MS LYNC as an easy online collaboration solution [S] Rm 5.265. Darren Christie - An introduction to Microsoft OneNote for educators [C] Level 2
    2.40 - 3.103.00 pm Keynote
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    Australia [Auditorium]
    3.15

    3.00
    - 3.45
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    - why? Introduction by Russell Blackie DCEED (TBC)
    3.45 - 4.00 pm Closing remarks: Sian Lewis, General Manager ACFE.
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    7:53 pm

Monday, June 4

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    9.00 - 9.30am Registration. [Tea & Coffee] List of sessions and presenters.
    9.35 - 9.45am Welcome: The Hon Peter Hall MLC
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    Gilly Salmon [Auditorium]
    10.30 - 10.35am Setting the scene
    10.35 - 10.55am Morning Tea
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    Session [S] Auditorium [A]
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    Kevin L.
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    community services [C]2.[C] Level 2
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    Howard Errey
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    for Educators [S]3.[S] Rm 5.343. Michael Gwyther
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    for eLearning [A]4.[S] Auditorium4. Dwayne Rabel
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    community organisations [S]5.[S] Rm 5.275. Pauline Wilson
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    delivery [S] Rm 5.26
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    Session [S] Auditorium [A]
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    1.
    Carole McCulloch
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    Mahara Safari [C]2.[C] Level 22. Trudi Grant
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    and Learning [A]3.[S] Auditorium3. Thom Baselier
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    is more… [S]4.[S] Rm 5.344. Capacity and
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    Joan Coker [S]5.[S] Rm 5.265. Tony Scott,
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    Facebook [S] Rm 5.27
    12.45 - 1.45pm Lunch with Regional & Trade displays
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    Session [S] Auditorium [A]
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    Capacity and
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    Rheinard Korf [S]2.[S] Rm 5.27
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    Clint Smith
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    eLearning initiatives [A]3.[S] Auditorium3. Ann Hardingham:
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    for teachers. [S]4.[S] Rm 5.344. Dora Troupiotis
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    collaboration solution [S]5.[S] Rm 5.265. Darren Christie
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    educators [C] Level 2
    2.40 -
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    Learning Australia [Auditorium]
    3.15 - 3.45 pm Panel Q & A: theme: E-learning - why?
    3.45 - 4.00 pm Closing remarks: Sian Lewis, General Manager ACFE.
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    6:39 pm

Sunday, June 3

  1. page Program edited ... 1. Kevin L. Blazè - Using rich learning material to promote authentic learning in the communit…
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    1. Kevin L. Blazè - Using rich learning material to promote authentic learning in the community services [C]2. Howard Errey - Twitter for Educators [S]3. Michael Gwyther & Sarah Phillips - Pedagogy for eLearning [A]4. Dwayne Rabel - High capacity broadband and benefits to elearning and community organisations [S]5. Pauline Wilson - Rural blended delivery [S]
    11.50 - 12.35pm Computer Lab [C] Session [S] Auditorium [A]
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    Tony Scott, Sue BraggsJunita Lyon & Evelyn
    12.45 - 1.45pm Lunch with Regional & Trade displays
    1.45 - 2.30 pm Computer Lab [C] Session [S] Auditorium [A]
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    6:56 pm
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    12.45 - 1.45pm Lunch with Regional & Trade displays
    1.45 - 2.30 pm Computer Lab [C] Session [S] Auditorium [A]
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    initiatives [A]3. Michael Gwyther, Josie Rose & Penny Bentley - Informal learning & social mediaAnn Hardingham: easy e-books for teachers. [S]4. Dora
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    pm Keynote SpeakerSpeaker: Sally Thompson, CEO of Adult Learning Australia
    3.15 - 3.45 pm Panel Q & A: theme: E-learning - why?
    3.45 - 4.00 pm Closing remarks: Sian Lewis, General Manager ACFE.
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    6:54 pm

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