5, 6 and 7 September 2017, Emperor's Palace, OR Tambo Airport

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The annual Elearning Update is a key conference in the field of Learning and Teaching with Technology. Now it its 10th year, it still brings together the real movers and shakers in the field. For 2017 the focus will be on the blend.
So, come and tell us, what are you blending with what? What are your recipes for the perfect blend.
What makes this conference unique is the wide range of applications that are covered. From university, to industry to school. 
The focus is on learning with technology. The focus is not on the technology, and neither on the specific application where the learning takes place. We want to know how and when technology adds value to the learning process. So, regardless of whether your application is pre-school or post-graduate (or anywhere in between) come and tell us what you are doing and what you have learnt.  The idea of the conference is that we might learn from things that resonate with us. 
  • What might a corporate trainer or developer learn about gamification from a pre-school educator?
  • What might academics learn from practitioners and vice versa?
  • What might they all learn from one another?
The sort of things that interest us might be:
  • What typical human problem did the technology solve for us?
  • How did technology help overcome a problem of space, distance or time?
  • What specific design features did we build into our solution, and how did that work for us, what did we learn from our huge success or our monumental failure?
  • What strategies are we using in developing our blended learning materials?
  • How are we getting our users to implement technology in their blended learning?
  • What is working for us, and why - and how can it work for you?
  • What new "theoretical" understanding are you gaining about the field?
Presentation types
We invite a number of presentation types:
  • Exhibitions,  posters and demonstrations
  • Petcha-Kutcha presentations (20 self-timed slides of 20 seconds each)
  • 30 Minute presentations (20 minutes talking, 10 minutes question time)
  • Double-blind refereed academic papers moderated by Dr Rob Branch of the University of Georgia (USA). (20 minutes talking, 10 minutes question time)
  • 90 Minute workshops
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Who should attend?
HRD Practitioners and Managers, Learning Materials Developers, Trainers, Teaching Developers, Academics, Graduate students, Teachers, Learning Co-ordinators, Principals of schools and colleges, Publishers, Facilitators, Instructional Designers, Learning designers, eLearning Developers, Curriculum Managers, Learning Technologists, Content Managers, LMS Administrators, Training Directors, Training Managers, Learning & Development Directors and Practitioners, Directors of Human Resources, Chief Learning Officers, Senior Training Officers, Learning & Development Managers and
Anyone looking for innovative or proven elearning solutions, tools, technologies, products, services, strategies, and best practices to use right now.
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Enquiries:  base.elearning@gmail.com   Tel  +27 82 558 5311

 Elearning Update Only R5500
 Gamification @ Work Only R2750
 Full three days R7500
 Students all three days R3000
Early-bird discount if paid by 30 June:  R500 off full conference fee
Past Delegates, Members of CATTS, IITPSA or L&D Cop: R500
Bulk offer:  Pay for four, send five

Links to interesting sites

This is where we regularly advertise positions that come to our attention.    If you would like to advertise a position free of charge, contact us at base.elearning@gmail.com

The University of Pretoria is looking for an Instructional Designer (Peromnes level 8)

North West University is looking for an associate professor/professor in multimodal learning