The Emerging Learning Design (ELD) Conference is pleased to introduce the nearly two dozen amazing presentations at this year's conference.
ELD13 will take place on Friday, June 7th, 2013 here at Montclair State University.
Early Bird Pricing is schedule to expire on Friday, May 10th, so take advantage of the lower pricing. http://eld.montclair.edu/registration/
For the full schedule, times, and descriptions, please see http://eld.montclair.edu/schedule/
The titles of our sessions this year are:
* Keynote - The Death Of Content:Why Universities and Schools are (and aren’t) being replaced by the Internet by Dr. Christopher Hoadley from New York University
* Big Data Thinking and Learning 3.0 as Guides for Online Textbook Development
* Choosing Effective Multimedia Simulations for Chemistry Learning
* Design Rationale and Implications for Cultural Heritage Gaming: A Case Study of a Jewish Game for Learning
* Digital Education, MOOCs and the Specter of the Cyberteacher
* Does your institution suffer from dissociative identity disorder?
* Emerging Technologies, Education, Exploration … and Ethics
* Etextbook with Google Earth Development: Integrating SOA Technologies for Learning with Research
* Making student Wikipedians: Encouraging disruptive scholarly communication
* Mindfulness: Emerging Mobile Tools and the Potential to Help Learners
* Navigating a Literacy Rich World: Untethering English Language Learners From the Classroom
* PowerPoint: The Rules of Engagement
* Technology and 21st Century Literacy in a Time of Accountability
* The Design of RPGs to Teach Ethics and Empathy
* The Scratch Disruption: Video Game Design with Scratch
* Virtual Enhancements to Physical Spaces: A QR Code Based Orientation Game
* Virtual Instructor – Student Interaction in an Asynchronous Learning Network
* Visualizing American Literature with Pinterest
* Where does 3D printing fit into your pedagogical thinking?
Select proceeding will appear in the Journal of Emerging Learning Design (http://eldj.montclair.edu
) scheduled to be published in early 2014. The Inaugural Issue of the ELDJ is online, with two invited articles, one from each of the keynote speakers for ELD11 (Using the Tool Adoption and Alignment Model to Assess Pedagogical Fit of Social Communication Tools by Sarah Smith-Robbins, PhD) and ELD12 (Designing for Technology Enhanced Activity to Support Learning
by Joshua A. Danish, PhD.)
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