5 August 2020: Sit & Stretch: Chair Yoga in Online Times

Host: Carla Mostert, Junior Lecturer of Drama and Performance, University of Kwazulu Natal (South Africa)

Date and Time: Wednesday 5 August 2020, 4:00pm SAST

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Description:  As COVID-19 continues to test us mentally and physically, many of us are spending extended hours in front of our computer screens. Gyms are closed and it feels like there’s no time to exercise. Join me for an hour of “Sit & Stretch” where we’ll be doing Chair Yoga. We will breathe, twist, and release those scrunched up shoulders, all without leaving our desks. No prior yoga experience is needed, this is for everyone. 

Presenter: Carla Mostert is a Junior Lecturer of Drama and Performance at the University of Kwazulu Natal, Pietermaritzburg. Passionate about the arts, theatre, and most recently unpacking her whiteness. 

IG: @carlathewhite

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carla-mostert-00484bb0/

Language:Please note session language is English 

This event has ended – thank you to all who participated!

10 December 2020: Are conferences really changing?

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Descriptions: Our range of experiences of conferences is likely to include excitement, stimulation, inspiration, and connection, but also sometimes boredom, disconnection, a sense of exclusion, and especially this year some technological stress. 2020 has become the year of online conferences. Many well established face-to-face conferences went online as the COVID-19 pandemic completely reconfigured the notion of when and how we meet. The proliferation of online conferences raises several issues including the range of online conference designs used, how these relate to good design practices for conferences in general, and how they relate to good design practices for online events.

In this webinar, Tony will engage participants in a critical and creative conversation about the nature and future of online conferences. The presentation will draw on the literature of face-to-face and online conference design, learning and research from the design of the e/merge conferences and online conferences held this year, reflections on participation in recent online conferences, and statements by designers of several pandemic provoked online conferences. This session will be an improved version of his mLearn 2020 keynote, which was voted best presentation in the conference. 

Presenter: Tony Carr, Convener of e/merge Africa and educational technologist in the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT), University of Cape Town

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tony.carr.za

Twitter: @tony_emerge

Please note that this webinar has ended – please find the recording available here

18 December 2020: Application of Virtual Studio Technology in Education (Arabic language event)

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In this event we will look at:

  • How Visual Studio can be aplied in a business context.
  • Visual Imagination Studio applications in various fields and in the educational process.
  • Best practices for implementing and using Visual Studio patrtivularly in light of the Corona pandemic.
  • How to use Adobe premiere and Adobe after effects to create a visual studio.

Language: Please note seminar language is Arabic  

To sign up for this event please refer to e/merge Africa Arabic