The upcoming conference will be held May 3 – 4, 2012 at Université de Saint - Boniface 200, avenue de la Cathédrale Winnipeg (Manitoba) R2H 0H7.
The Conference Program Planning Committee is accepting submissions for workshops, presentations, panel discussions, facilitated discussions, and poster sessions. These will enable participants to investigate, evaluate, rethink, and connect with contemporary trends in information and communication technology, new media, and distance and distributed learning. We invite you to submit proposals for conference sessions that creatively address on of the sessions described below.
KEYNOTE: Sidneyeve Matrix
Sidneyeve Matrix is Queen's National Scholar and Assistant Professor in the Department of Media and Film at Queen's University. She teaches courses in mass communications, marketing, digital and social media for undergrads.
She is a 2011 Educator in Residence at The Centre for Teaching and Learning at Queen's, and the recipient of the 2011 OUSA Award for Excellence in Teaching at Queen's University, by the Alma Mater Society and the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance.
Learn more about Sidneyeve Matrix: click here
Call for Participation
The MADLaT 2012 conference will address the blend of information and communication technology with the wisdom of educators and trainers in learning environments. Our audience, a diverse community of practitioners, reflects this coming together--teachers, professors, instructors, trainers, instructional designers and those involved in student support, planning and administrative issues, all sharing their knowledge and experience.
Who Should Submit?
This is an international conference. Submissions are strongly encouraged from individuals and groups working in education, training, business, industry, government, and military at all levels, including K-12, post-secondary, and adult education and/or training. Graduate students’ submissions in all formats are very welcome.
See the form for more details.
Carolle Roy, présidenteMADLaT/AMFAD