You’re invited to meet experts, share your research, learn about the future of educational technology and become part of a vibrant global community at the 32nd annual ascilite conference hosted by Curtin University in Perth, Australia.
Dates 29 Nov 2015 12:00 am (UTC +8) 02 Dec 2015 12:00 am (UTC +8)
Place (View On Map) Curtin University

ascilite2015 is a forum to learn about state-of-the-art and visionary educational technologies for globally connected teaching and learning, and to connect with key academics and practitioners.

ascilite2015 program contains a mix of conference and social events. Enjoy a digitally enabled conference experience in technologically enhanced classrooms, as well as traditional discussions and face-to-face events to initiate the collaboration of tomorrow.

ascilite2015 Themes

Global Challenges in Education
• Digital equity and social justice
• Learning ecosystems
• Digitally enabled learning for a global society
• Regional and international research
• Cross-cultural education

Analytics and Visualisation
• Data science in higher education
• Learning analytics research and development
• Learning analytics for 21st century learning skills
• Big data ethics and privacy in higher education

Innovations in Technology Enhanced Learning
• Digital media learning in formal and informal settings
• MOOCs and other population activation tactics
• Media integration across platforms
• Game and challenge based learning
• Internet of things (digital fabrication, 3D printing)
• Research on 21st century technology skills (eg. creativity, critical thinking, transmedia navigation

ascilite2015 Keynote Speakers

Jonghwi Park, Programme Specialist in ICT in Education, UNESCO

Jeff Gomez, CEO, Starlight Runner Entertainment

Paul Resta Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education, University of Texas at Austin

The 32nd annual ascilite conference (ascilite2015) will be hosted by Curtin University in Perth, Australia, on November 29th to December 2nd, 2015.

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