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Crowd and cloud: towards a collaborative future

The Designs on e-Learning (DeL) conference (Crowd and cloud: towards a collaborative future, 5 – 7 September 2012) leads and fosters innovative practices in teaching and learning with technology in art, design and communication.

As digital technologies continue to evolve and transform the pedagogic landscape, we face exciting and innovative possibilities for the future of education. New forms of mobile learning and cloud computing are shaping the learning environment, enabling students to learn in multiple physical, social and conceptual spaces.

The 2012 designs on e-learning conference will explore the impact of these shifts on our teaching practice, and question how we can maximise their potential for improving student learning. This is an opportunity to join the crowd to collectively generate ideas, tackle problems, and share best practices in e-learning. The format of the conference will be innovative, with barcamps, streamed sessions, discussions, performances and creative work.

See website for more details:

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

Collaboration and Community Building
Digital Literacy
Social Media
Studio and Technology
User Generated Content

Keynote speakers:



Robin Shaw: (Conference organiser)
Charlotte Webb: (Web communications officer, CLTAD)
Mehreen Talpur: (PA, CLTAD)

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