[Air-l] Extreme Learning

Patricia Lange pglange at yahoo.com
Thu May 11 12:06:30 PDT 2006


Greetings, 

This conference looks interesting. What is extreme
learning and who has written on it?

-Patricia

--- Axel Bruns <a.bruns at qut.edu.au> wrote:

> Dear AoIRers,
> 
> some of you might be interested in participating in
> this conference as a
> useful warm-up before AoIR 2006 - it takes place in
> Brisbane the day before
> the AoIR conference workshop day...
> 
> 
> 	You are cordially invited to participate in the: 
> 	
> 	QUT Online Learning & Teaching Conference 2006
> 	"Learning On The Move" 
> 	
> 	Tuesday 26 September 2006
> 	Queensland University of Technology
> 	Brisbane, Australia
> 	
> 	
> 	CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
> 	
> 	Learning is definitely on the move in a plurality
> of locations and
> via a plurality of technological devices.
> 	
> 	The challenge for educators is to identify how we
> can use the
> mobility provided by new technologies and devices,
> to enhance learning and
> provide a quality, active, engaged and connected
> educational experience for
> students.
> 	
> 	The OLT 2006 Conference - Learning on the Move -
> invites
> participants to provide perspectives on this
> challenge in line with one of
> the following sub themes: 
> 
> 	*	Active learning and mobile devices 
> 	*	Learning innovations 
> 	*	Extreme learning 
> 	*	Learning systems 
> 	*	Learning design in mobile environments 
> 	*	Building collaborations amongst learners 
> 
> 	Abstracts are due by 31 May 2006 and should be
> uploaded to the
> submission information site on the OLT Conference
> website:
> https://olt.qut.edu.au/udf/olt2006/ 
> 	
> 	Queries can be directed to:
> 	 
> 	Allison Brown 
> 	Conference Chair
> 	Associate Director - Teaching and Learning Support
> Services -
> Learning and Teaching Resources
> 	
> 
> -- 
> Dr Axel Bruns                 a.bruns at qut.edu.au -
> http://snurb.info/
> Media & Communication    Musk Ave, Kelvin Grove,
> Qld. 4059, Australia
> Creative Industries Faculty              Z2-202, CIP
> - (07) 3864 5548
> Queensland University of Technology               
> CRICOS No.: 00213J
> 
> 
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