[Air-L] Errata Corrige: Call - Instructional Design for Advancing Learning in a Networked Society, September 11-13, 201

Nadia Sansone nadiasansone at gmail.com
Wed Nov 30 03:33:56 PST 2011

Sorry for the mistake in the subject

2011/11/30 Nadia Sansone <nadiasansone at gmail.com>

> Dear all,
> please find here attached the Announcement & Call for:
> *Instructional Design for Advancing Learning in a Networked Society *
> *EARLI SIG 7 (Learning and Instruction with Computers) and SIG 6
> (Instructional Design)*
> *September 11-13, 2012 –University of Bari, Italy*
> Networked technology is  re-designing society and education in many ways.
> Most educators have access to some form of newer technology. However, the
> instructional opportunities and constraints of these technologies when
> integrating  them in schools, universities, professional organizations
> or even informal contexts still have to be  investigated. This meeting aims
> at sharing research and insights about how these opportunities can become
> more evident for  instructional designers, educators, students, and policy
> makers. Some questions that arise are: How can instructional design be
> enhanced by newer technologies? How can networked technology enhance
> teaching and learning (rather than simply add technology)? Self-regulated
> learning, knowledge building, dialogical approach, adaptive learning,
> digital identity, are some, but not all, of the concepts that we wish
> to explore during the meeting to understand how to advance learning by
> introducing networked technology.
> Next to this  (broad) focus, SIG 6 & SIG 7 also invite researchers to
> submit papers or posters with a broader view on instructional design or
> computer-based learning.
> *Important Dates*
> Deadline for proposals: March 1 , 2012
> Notification of acceptance: May 15, 2012
> Conference dates: September 11 - 13
> *Keynotes*
> Prof. dr. Jos Beishuizen (EARLI president and VU University Amsterdam):
>  Self-regulated learning
> in technology enhanced learning environments
> Dr.  Sanne Akkerman (Utrecht University): Technology as potential boundary
> object for
> dialogical learning across practices and perspectives
> Dr. Donatella Persico (Italian National Research Council): Designing for
> learning. What are the
> questions? Where should we look for answers
> More information is available on the following website
> http://earli-sig67.slo.nl/
> Best Wishes
> *Nadia Sansone*
> *Educational Psychologist*
> *E-tutor & Community Manager*
> *University of Bari*

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