Theme: The Connected College: Have you found your edutech mojo?
Dates: 20-22 September 2016
The Connected College: Access to technology for teaching and learning has exploded as new computers and smart devices are released that can provide faculty and students better opportunities to teach content and learn new material. The integration and use of devices in the college classroom, be it provided for by the college or by means of a BYOD strategy, together with access to the internet are a few of the issues colleges are grappling with. The pressure is on to provide these services to both lecturer and student and at the same time use technology to increase access to learners and grow student numbers via open and distance learning.
The Future Managers international North South TVET ICT conference is the annual event where delegates from the TVET sector, universities, local and international, meet to share best practices, engage and learn how to deal with the challenges of the connected student in the classroom of the 21st century.
Liz Waller, Deputy Director for Information and Head of Information Services at the University of York.
Topic: Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student.
Find out more about Liz Waller
An exhibition and demonstration area accompanies the programme, where leading ICT and e-learning manufacturers, suppliers and service providers present their latest products and services. Sponsored workshops and best practice showcases will be presented daily during the parallel sessions.
Full Conference Fee: R3600 per delegate
Group Registration: R3500 per delegate (4 delegates or more from the same institution)
Fees are VAT incl.