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ASCILITE 2004 Workshops

The workshops constitute the Conference's most direct contribution towards staff development and professional development in educational technology and related topics. Workshops enable participants to work with experts in specific areas to acquire knowledge, enhance skills and develop broader perspectives. Ten workshops (numbered 1. to 10. for Conference Registration purposes) are offered for ASCILITE 2004 on Sunday 5 December:

1.Full day
Halima Goss, Ross Daniels
and Bob Boyd,
Queensland Uni of Technology
Online teaching at QUT: Insights into institutional approaches, systems and reviews [Details]

2.Half day
Craig Zimitat and Louise Horstmanshof,
Griffith University.
Research skills: Analysing data, text and documents using Leximancer [Details]
3.Half day
James Dalziel,
Macquarie University
Transforming e-learning with the Learning Activity Management System (LAMS) [Details]
4.Half day
Lynne Fowler and Daniel
McGill, Murdoch University
Learning styles: Supporting effective teaching and learning in a technological world [Details]

We regret to advise the cancellation of Workshop No. 5, 'Classroom applications of e-learning: UK higher and further education practices in focus', as the presenter, Will Pickford, is unable to attend the Conference.

6.Half day
Andy Syson,
Coventry University
Third party tools that bring PowerPoint to life on the web [Details]
7.Half day
James Farmer,
Deakin University
Weblogs, RSS and the coming revolution [Details]
8.Half day
Elizabeth Devonshire,
University of Sydney
Robyn Philip,
Macquarie University
Online learning transformations: How to engage students and staff in successful and sustainable online learning [Details]
9.Half day
Rod Sims, QANTM,
Bethany Bovard, RETA
Skills in online teaching: Social and cognitive presence [Details]
10.Half day
Carmel McNaught,
Chinese Uni of Hong Kong
Catherine McLoughlin,
Aust Catholic Uni
Research skills: Up the publication road
An ASCILITE sponsored free workshop for novice researchers [Details]

ASCILITE 2004 Workshops will be held on Sunday 5 December 2004 at the Conference venue.
  • Full day workshops run from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm and include morning and afternoon tea plus a light lunch.
  • Half day workshops from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm for morning sessions and 1:30pm to 4:30pm for afternoon sessions and include morning or afternoon tea.
  • The laboratory used for a workshop that requires computers for Internet access or other purposes may be Windows or Macintosh equipped, depending upon numbers of registrations and the nature of the workshop.
  • Bookings must be made at the time of registration. Please make a careful note of the Workshop Number for your selection before proceeding to the Registration Form. If registering for two Workshops, take care to avoid a timetable clash.
  • A workshop will require a minimum of 5 registrants in order to be offered. If there are fewer than 5 registrants for a particular workshop by 22 November 2004 then it will be cancelled.
  • In the case of Workshop No.10, Research skills: Up the publication road. An ASCILITE sponsored workshop for novice researchers, special restrictions apply. Registrations are free, but will be accepted only from "novice researchers", defined as persons enrolled full time or part time for a higher degree by thesis or by coursework plus a substantial research project, in a topic related to Conference topics; associate lecturers, teaching fellows and similarly ranked junior staff of educational institutions who do not have a significant number of research publications; plus in the case of persons from non-English speaking backgrounds, there is some scope to admit more experienced researchers.

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