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Fifteenth International Conference on e-Learning & Innovative Pedagogies (A BLENDED CONFERENCE)

Changhua City, Taiwan
Organization: Common Ground Research Networks
Categories: Interdisciplinary, Pedagogy, Popular Culture, Rhetoric & Composition, Aesthetics, Anthropology/Sociology, Classical Studies, Cultural Studies, Environmental Studies, Film, TV, & Media, Food Studies, History, Philosophy, Miscellaneous
Event Date: 2022-04-15 to 2022-04-16 Abstract Due: 2022-03-15

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e-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies Research Network: a conference and journal founded in 2006, exploring the affordances for innovative and transformative forms of learning offered by the new information and communications technologies.

Exploring the affordances for innovative and transformative forms of learning offered by the new information and communications technologies.

Fifteenth International Conference on e-Learning & Innovative Pedagogies - National Changhua University of Education - Changhua, Taiwan date 15-16 April 2022.

The Fifteenth International Conference on e-Learning & Innovative Pedagogies features research addressing the following annual themes:

Theme 1: Considering Digital Pedagogies

-New learning supported by new technologies: challenges and successes
-Old learning using new technologies, for better or for worse
-Traditional (didactic, mimetic) and new (transformative, reflexive) pedagogies, with and without new technology
-Changing classroom discourse in the new media classroom
-Peer to peer learning: learners as teachers
-From hierarchical to lateral knowledge flows, teaching-learning relationships
-Supporting learner diversity
-Beyond traditional literacy: reading and writing in a multimodal communications environment
-Digital readings: discovery, navigation, discernment, and critical literacy
-Metacognition, abstraction, and architectural thinking: new learning processes in new technological environments
-Formative and summative assessment: technologies in the service of heritage and new assessment practices
-Evaluating technologies in learning
-Shifting the balance of learning agency: how learners become more active participants in their own learning
-Recognizing learner differences and using them as a productive resource
-Collaborative learning, distributed cognition, and collective intelligence
-Mixed modes of sociability: blending face to face, remote, synchronous and asynchronous learning
-New science, mathematics, and technology teaching
-Technology in the service of the humanities and social sciences
-The arts and design in a techno-learning environment

Theme 2: New Digital Institutions and Spaces

-Blurring the boundaries of formal and informal learning
-Times and places: lifelong and life-wide learning
-Always ready learnability, just in time learning, and portable knowledge sources
-Educational architectures: changing the spaces and times
-Educational hierarchies: changing organizational structures
-Student-teacher relations and discourse
-Sources of knowledge authority: learning content, syllabi, standards
-Schools as knowledge-producing communities
-Planning and delivering learning digitally
-Teachers as curriculum developers
-Teachers as participant researchers and professional reflective practice

Theme 3: Technologies of Mediation

-Ubiquitous computing: devices, interfaces, and educational uses
-Social networking technologies in the service of learning
-Digital writing tools; wikis, blogs, slide presentations, websites, and writing assistants
-Supporting multimodality: designing meanings which cross written, oral, visual, audio, spatial, and tactile modes
-Designing meanings in the new media: podcasts; digital video, and digital imaging
-Learning management systems
-Learning content and metadata standards
-Designed for learning: new devices and new applications
-Usability and participatory design: beyond technocentrism
-Learning to use and adapt to new technologies
-Learning through new technologies

Theme 4: Designing Social Transformations

-Learning technologies for work, civics and personal life
-Ubiquitous learning in the service of the knowledge society and knowledge economy
-Ubiquitous learning for the society of constant change
-Ubiquitous diversity in the service of diversity and constructive globalism
-Inclusive education addressing social differences: material (class, locale), corporeal (age, race, sex and sexuality, and physical and mental characteristics) and symbolic (culture, language, gender, family, affinity and persona)
-Changing the balance of agency for a participatory culture and deeper democracy
-From one to many, to many: changing the direction of knowledge flows
-Beyond the traditional literacy basics: new media and synaesthetic meaning-making



Elizabeth Costa