ELICE: Break Out of the Uptake Trap: Creating Value with eLearning with e/merge Africa


Join us Tuesday 30 August at 3 pm (South African Standard Time) for the webinar: Break Out of the Uptake Trap: Creating Value with eLearning lead by Dr. Alice Barlow-Zambodla, East and Southern African coordinator for e/merge Africa. This webinar forms a part of the ELICE pre-conference webinar series. In this webinar Alice and team will look at processes and techniques to be included when considering integration of eLearning. We will share good workshop practices from two conferences and several online peer-assist sessions. Please join to learn more about the importance of being process oriented and especially how e/merge Africa can assist you!
Please sign up below.
Join the face-to-face part of the e-Learning Innovations Conference and Expo (ELICE), Nairobi, Kenya 12- 16 September 2016
Thank you to all who participated – the recording of this event will be made available during next week.

ELICE: Online Facilitation – The Human in the Web Space


Join us Wednesday 24 August at 3 pm (South African Standard Time) for the webinar: Online Facilitation – The Human in the Web Space lead by Catherine Fortune, University of Cape Town, South Africa and Irene Maweu, Kenya. This webinar forms a part of the ELICE pre-conference webinar seriesCathrine and Irene are conveners of the University of Cape Town based but online run course e/merge Africa Facilitating Online Course. Please join to learn more about the vital role of the online facilitator in web based learning environments.Join the face-to-face part of the e-Learning Innovations Conference and Expo (ELICE), Nairobi, Kenya 12- 16 September 2016

Publishing in the Open: Exploring pathways for open access publishing

19 – 23  September 2016

Dr Maha Bali, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Associate Professor Laura Czernierwicz, Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT), University of Cape Town, South Africa

Please join us today for the webinar for Publishing in the Open: Exploring pathways for open access publishing at 1 pm (SAST) This is in the following time zones: Accra 11 am / Abuja 12 noon / Cape Town 1 pm / Nairobi 2 pm. To join: 1) Access the e/merge Africa Adobe Connect Room 2) Choose Log in as guest (usually default option) 3) Provide name and surname and click Log in to room

Format: There will be one 1 hour online session on Tuesday 20 September at 1:00 pm (SAST) (Please sign up separately for this event using the form below) and asynchronous discussion from 19-23 September.

Why should scholars from developing countries consider publishing their work Open Access? For some, there is an ethical imperative for scholars in the developing world to seek open access publishing for their work to enhance access to others in developing countries. For others, open access can improve readership of their own work. What are the barriers that prevent scholars from going the Open Access route? There are various pathways to open access publishing, which can be confusing and it is not always clear how to best benefit from the potential of open access while maintaining important standards of scholarly quality and becoming recognized as a serious scholar in one’s field. During this week, we hope to respond to participant questions and concerns about open access publishing and offer a variety of pathways to explore. We will do this via asynchronous discussions and a live interactive session. Please sign up using the form below

 Associate Professor Laura Czerniewicz on Open Access Publishing:

Dr. Maha Bali on Open Access Publishing

Dr. Maha Bali is an Associate Professor of Practice at the Center for Learning & Teaching at the American University in Cairo (AUC). She is a full-time faculty developer and also teaches creative educational game design to undergrads. Maha Bali is a co-founder of virtuallyconnecting.org, co-founder & co-facilitator of Edcontexts, editor of journal Hybrid Pedagogy and blogger at Prof Hacker. She is also International Director of Digital Pedagogy Lab.
She has a PhD in Education from the University of Sheffield in the UK, and believes very strongly in critical/interpretive approaches to social research, especially participatory approaches such as collaborative autoethnography. She tweets a lot @bali_maha and blogs at http://blog.mahabali.me
Associate Professor Laura Czerniewicz has a long history engaging with open scholarship, open access and open education in higher education. She is the director of the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching at the University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa. Prior to that, she headed OpenUCT, a three-year Mellon funded initiative which culminated in an institutional repository designed to share both research and teaching resources, an enabling institutional open access policy, Guidelines supporting open access and research outputs. She blogs intermittently at http://lauraczerniewicz.uct.ac.za/ and can be followed as @czernie on Twitter.

 

This event has ended – Please view seminar landing page for resources and past discussions.

Twitter Chat: Using social media for professional development & collaboration

This month we are teaming up with our colleagues from the Association for Educational Communication and Technology (AECT) and jointly present this twitter chat with the theme: Using social media for professional development and cross-border collaborations. Join and connect with colleagues to speak about your professional development challenges and learn how social media can be used to extend professional networks and learning.

This event will take place Thursday 25 August 4 pm GMT. This is the following times in these time zones: 4 pm (Accra) / 5 pm (Abuja) / 6 pm (Cape Town) / 7 pm (Nairobi). If you are new to Twitter chats please view this document. For more details please below. To be reminded about this event, receive instructions on how to join and news about future AECT and e/merge Africa events please use the sign up form below:

Thank you to AECT for organising and to those who took part. A summary is available here

 

ELICE: From PowerPoint Slidedeck to Interactive Learning Using Authoring Tools

 Join ELICE today to lean about tools for eLearning.

Together with our colleagues of the organising committee of the e-Learning Innovations Conference and Expo (ELICE) we present this free pre-conference webinar. Please see participation details below

When: Tuesday, 2 August at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time / 4:00 pm (South Africa)  This webinar has been postponed due to technical issues – new rescheduled time will be announced here as soon it’s available

Who:   Dr. Penina Lam

What: From PowerPoint Slidedeck to Interactive Learning Using Authoring Tools

How:  Click here to join

For more information and assistance: Email: oc.ecilenull@ffats

It’s free to register and participate!

PLEASE CHECK YOUR LOCAL TIME ZONE HERE

Join the face-to-face part of the e-Learning Innovations Conference and Expo (ELICE), Nairobi, Kenya 12- 16 September 2016