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[Fall Workshop 2018] Program

Note: Program subject to change

Time Item Location
8am – 8:45am Morning Coffee Mingle/Registration Rennie Room
8:45am Acknowledgement of Location
Welcome from ETUG Chair Terri Bateman
Rennie Room
9-10am Keynote: Paul Stacey Rennie Room
10-10:15 Break Rennie Room

Mix and match your own adventure!

  1. ECUAD Tours leave every 30 minutes from the Rennie Room (10:15am, 10:45am, 11:15am)
  2. Hands-on stations Drop-in and spend as much time as you like testing & learning about any of the following technologies at our drop-in stations:
    (1) Sketching with VR (Sean Arden, ECAUD)
    (2) 3D Printing Demonstrations (ECUAD)
    (3) Emerging Media Lab (UBC)
    (4) Assistive Technology demonstrations (Chad Leaman, Director of Innovation, Neil Squire Society)
    (5) Interactive Audio (John Brennan, ECUAD)
  3. Informal Networking. Spend some time connecting with the rest of the ETUG network, or feel free to do some collaborative informal learning. Grab a table in the Rennie Room and reconnect with your colleagues on whatever topic you would like to discuss.
11:45-12:45 Lunch Rennie Room
12:45-2:30 Lightning Talks (10 min)

Each speaker will be given 10 minutes to talk about their specific topic, after which we will break into smaller groups to carry on a deeper discussion during our Speakers Table Shift n Share section. View talk abstracts

  1. Hitching Collaboration onto the Harmonization Drive, Bonnie Johnston (BCIT)
  2. Laying Out the Welcome Mat for Online Communities, Ian Linkletter (UBC)
  3. Virtual Worlds and Shared Experiences, Jamie Billingham (JIBC)
  4. The Online Action Researcher’s Toolkit: Empowering Educators to Research What They Teach, Matthew Stranach (TRU)
  5. It’s Alive! Bringing interactivity to open textbooks by embedding H5P applications within Pressbooks, Rajiv Jhangiani (KPU)
  6. Designing AR/VR Applications for Education, Zhang Junsong (KPU)
  7. Tales from the Doghouse: e-Portfolios at TWU, Colin Madland (TWU)
  8. Developing an open reader in instructional design: A peer consultation, Irwin DeVries & Michelle Harrison (TRU)
  9. Sharing the results from the 2018 national survey of online learning in Canadian universities and colleges, Tony Bates
Rennie Room
2:30-2:45 Refreshment Break Rennie Room

Speakers Table Shift n Share

Moderated by lightening talk presenters, you will have the opportunity to take part in up to 4, 10 minute group discussions with the various presenters digging deeper into their specific topic.

Rennie Room
3:30-4:00 Report out (2 minutes per table) Rennie Room