This year’s ODLAA conference is being held in conjunction with the Distance Education Association of New Zealand (DEANZ) from 11 to 14 November 2007 at Lincoln University, New Zealand
As a member of the organising committee I thought I’d let you know what’s happening…
The theme for ODLAA2007 is Open and Distance Learning in the South Pacific:Cultures – Collaborations – Cognitions – Communities
Participants are invited to present papers reflecting on the role of open and distance learning pedagogy, technologies, systems, policies and providers in
- respecting cultures,
- enabling collaborations,
- cognitions: building knowledge and managing learning, and
- valuing and sustaining communities
Authors are invited to submit the following types of papers to the conference:
- Full papers for double blind review: (3000-4000 words);
- Workshops: (three hours); Abstracts only (non peer reviewed): (300-400 words).
The deadline for papers and workshops is June 15th.
Submission details can be located at: http://www.odlaa2007.info