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Category Archives: 2011 Showcase
Diana Chan, a student working with BCcampus, put together a great summary of each session complete with photo and video link over at the ETUG website. It’s really the most comprehensive place to look if you want to see what was … Continue reading
We’ve had several people ask about whether they are confirmed for the showcase or not. The google form system doesn’t send out confirmations, so we’ve sent what follows to everybody on the registration list. We look forward to seeing you … Continue reading
We are striving for a set up that works for our presenters and our webcast and f2f audience. The theatre has one screen and projector, a PC podium with the basics (Firefox and Explorer). Presenters will have a lapel mic … Continue reading
2011 Event Schedule
The complete list of 2011 showcase presentation descriptions are up on the Session Descriptions page . Stay tuned for the schedule.
We only have 2 presentations in this category, but they are going stretch our thinking about instructional design and accessibility. Category Accessibility Accessibility in Online Learning, Chad Leaman, Neil Squire Society There is no perfect “accessible” website – even Google, … Continue reading
We were pleased to see some good entries for the Mobile category, which will most likely kick off the day. Here are the three presentation descriptions for Mobile. Tablets in the Fire Service, Jerome Rodriguez, JIBC Tablets have been historically viewed … Continue reading
We got a lot of good submissions this year and will have some good variety in this year’s program. We are getting close to finalizing the schedule and will have the session descriptions up by tomorrow-ish. Registrations are a bit … Continue reading
Proposal submissions close on Nov 15, but this how we are planning on blocking out the day based on what we know about topics being submitted **nb. this could change**: 845-915: meet and coffee in Atrium 915-930: settle in Theatre, … Continue reading