Partnerships in Learning Dalhousie Conference on University Teaching and Learning and the Canadian eLearning Conference 2011
Pre-conference Workshops, April 26, 2011, Saint Mary's University
April 27 and 28, 2011 Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
The heart of contemporary learning experiences lies at the nexus between individual learners and the exponential growth in knowledge and information available to us. Increasingly, this complex learning space is characterized by an intricate web of partnerships not only among students and faculty, but also with study and writing skills experts, student services specialists, librarians, and the larger community. In this rich learning environment, a broad array of e-learning tools has become an essential part of the teaching and learning infrastructure. These tools are essential to building the reciprocal relationships that contribute to meaningful and resilient learning in face-to-face, blended, and on-line learning environments.
The Centre for Learning and Teaching and the Canadian e-Learning Conference are pleased to partner to provide this joint forum. Colleagues representing a broad spectrum of roles in postsecondary learning environments can share their expertise and experiences with respect to how technology is enabling individuals and institutions to rethink how they are optimizing their partnerships for learning.