Presenter: Dr. Maha Bali, The American University in Cairo,Egypt
Time and Date: Blended session / Webinar 14 August 2019 1 pm (SAST)
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This keynote address is a part of the University of Cape Town based closed symposium Making a plan – the reality of growing new forms of digital teaching & learning provision. Our thanks to the organisers and keynote speaker for their permission to share with our network. For online participation we will set up a Zoom meeting room and live stream via the e/merge Africa YouTube channel. Please note the sign up here is only for this keynote and not the entire symposium (this is by invite only and closed to the public). To receive a reminder a bit before the event with the access link please use the sign up form further down
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
Thank you to all participating online in this keynote. A recording is available here