ETUG Spring Workshop 2013
SFU Burnaby Mountain campus
Thursday, June 6th and Friday, June 7th
The Highland Pub, SFU Burnaby Mountain campus
Wednesday, June 5th – 5:30 pm
“The top is a great place for vision, for spotting new opportunities for growth and development”– Stacey Allison (the first American woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest)
Come join ETUG this year as we meet this Spring at SFU Burnaby to “Tell it on the Mountain: Teaching, Engaging, Learning and Leading”.
We invite you to join us as we participate in discussions about thoughtful integration of technology into education; innovative approaches to teaching, learning, and professional development; use of open content and awareness of digital copyright issues; and plans, projects and predictions for the future! Our program will include sessions inspired by the following streams :
- Geo-caching: Share your Resources and Techniques
- Choosing a Trail: Routes taken in Flexible Learning, Blended Delivery and the Flipped Classroom
- Orienteering: Navigating Open and Digital Content and Copyright Legislation
- Reaching the Summit: Looking Ahead
$100 + taxes Includes 2 days of workshop sessions in the beautiful SFU Diamond Alumni Centre and Halpern Centre, 2 breakfasts and 2 lunches, refreshments, and evening dinner in the Diamond Alumni Centre on Thursday June 6th.
How to Register: REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Payment for registration fees will be accepted by credit card on-line via a secure server. Please register by completing the Online Form.
All credit card transactions will be processed in Canadian dollars and are subject to current exchange rates.
Cancellations and Refunds:
Full refunds will be granted to cancellations received by the cancellation date of May 23, 2013 midnight. No refunds will be issued after that date. Refunds will be issued after the workshop and will not be given to no-shows. Substitutions will be allowed if done prior to the Cancellation date.
You will receive an email confirmation of your registration sent to the address provided during registration. You will also receive a credit card receipt from Moneris verifying your payment. Please print out copies of both as these will be your official receipt and confirmation of registration.
Sharing our Learning:
Photographs, video and audio recordings will be taken at the ETUG workshop and published on ETUG and BCcampus websites and materials under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada CC (BY 2.5) License. For more details, see BCcampus Open agenda.
If you have questions about registering for the workshop, contact SFU Meeting, Event & Conference Services: email@example.com
If you have questions about ETUG or the workshop program contact:
Leva Lee – firstname.lastname@example.org