Join colleagues from Canada and around the world for the annual CAUCE-CNIE conference as we explore the shifting directions for the future of education. The event is scheduled for 30th May - 2nd June, 2016, at Waterloo, Canada.
Dates 30 May 2016 9:00 am (UTC -4) 02 Jun 2016 11:30 pm (UTC -4)
Place (View On Map) Waterloo

CAUCE-CNIE 2016 - Target: Education 3.0 

Possibilities at the Nexus of Pedagogy, Technology, and Access

Two national associations, the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) and the Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE), are coming together in Waterloo from May 30 to June 2, 2016 to explore the shifting directions for the future of education.

Close to 250 leaders in education and technology-enabled learning will gather in Waterloo, including partners from public schools, colleges, universities, government, and the technology community.

Technology continues to change the way we learn, the way we teach, and the way we access information. New possibilities to engage students and improve their learning experiences are enabled by advancements in technology and alternate approaches. Creative pedagogy coupled with openly shared
digital resources are inspiring educators to explore new paths. This CAUCE-CNIE 2016 conference will spur conversations about current innovations as well as the implications and opportunities for future innovations.

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Marc J. Rosenberg is an independent New Jersey, U.S.A.-based management consultant, writer, speaker, educator, and leading figure in the world of training, organizational learning, elearning, knowledge management and performance improvement. Marc’s expertise extends across all of the emerging fields of learning and organizational knowledge strategy, performance support, change management, instructional design and evaluation. He also focuses on the future of the field, including “learning 2.0” and “web 2.0” initiatives. His clients include major corporations, professional associations and trade groups across multiple industries, including telecommunications, energy, technology,
insurance, manufacturing, health care and financial services/securities, as well as several governmental agencies. [...]

Dr. Rosenberg holds a Ph.D. in instructional design, plus degrees in communications and marketing. He also holds the Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) designation from ISPI, reflective of his experience and expertise in the field of organizational performance improvement, is an ISPI honorary life member, the Society’s highest award, and a recipient of the prestigious Guild Master award from the eLearning Guild. He is a former vice president of his local community’s Board of Education.

Since 2000, more than 25,000 higher education professionals across Canada and the US have come to rely on Ken Steele as a definitive source of breaking news, bright ideas, and strategic thinking about student trends, technological innovation, branding and recruitment marketing. Ken’s unique perspective has been shaped by award-winning careers spanning 3 decades, first as a humanities computing researcher and Shakespeare instructor, then an IT consultant, ad agency creative director, and ultimately a higher education market research analyst and consultant.

Ken co-founded Academica Group, helped design and interpret some of the world’s largest ongoing surveys of postsecondary consumers, conceived the Top Ten daily email newsletter and edited it for the first decade. He has published dozens of white papers and reports on postsecondary students and branding, co-authored Canada’s first book on strategic enrolment management, and now produces a weekly video podcast, Ten with Ken, which explores emerging trends and bright ideas.[...]


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