SOLSTICE 2007 - Researching eLearning for Innovation and Development (SOLSTICE 2007)

Venue: Edge Hill University

Location: Ormskirk, Lancashire, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 11, 2007 End Date/Time: May 11, 2007
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 26, 2007
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The SOLSTICE team at Edge Hill University is pleased to announce the second international SOLSTICE conference. Building on the success of the 2006 conference, which attracted over 165 delegates from across the UK and as far away as Australia and the United States, the 2007 conference promises to be an academically stimulating and socially engaging event.

Recent years have seen a dramatic growth in both the inclusion of and research about elearning within higher education. The conference theme reflects this trend and focuses on elearning’s impact on innovation and development, be it technologically, educationally, personally or socially.

Keynote Speakers

* Professor Allison Littlejohn (Glasgow Caledonian University)
* Lawrie Phipps (JISC, UK)

Conference Themes

* eLearning Research Methods
* Methods in eLearning and eTeaching
* Technological Innovation for Learning and Teaching
* Impacting on Students’ Learning through eApproaches
* eWork in Progress

Please see the website for more details regarding the call for papers and conference registration.


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Additional Information

Evening Seminar - Setting the scene for this year’s conference theme will be an evening seminar prior to the main conference day with the topic: Research Matters: Setting a Contemporary eLearning Research Agenda. Please see the website for more details.