From Notepads to iPads: Using Emerging Technologies for Student Success – Participating in CESBA’s Fall 2013 conference

November 7th, 2013 by Monika Jankowska-Pacyna

cesbaRegistration is now open for CESBA’s Fall 2013 Conference – From Notepads to iPads: Using Emerging Technologies for Student Success.

Scheduled for December 4 to 6, 2013, at Courtyard Toronto Downtown, this event will feature the latest technologies and techniques that can be used to improve learner success, as well as provide updates and insights on the future directions of adult and continuing education in Ontario.

Among the sessions, is a Networking Committee Group on Comprehensive IT Planning coordinated by our own Greg Gulas and by Richard Patz from the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board.

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS:

Opening Speech: Michael Coteau, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration

Keynote Speaker: Sandra Saric, Vice President of Talent Innovation at the Information and Communications Technology Council: “Technology in education: A key ingredient for academic success”

Plus: A Program and Policy Panel with representatives from various Ontario government ministries and many exciting and state-of-the-art workshop sessions, including:

  • iPad Apps for the Provincial LSM (D2L)
  • PIAAC Results: New Dimensions, New Skills
  • Career Planning Resources to Support Adult Pathway Planning
  • Integrating & Managing Blended Learning
  • and many more!

Registration deadline is November 29, 2013.

Click here to learn more and to register.

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