2017 Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference

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2017 Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference

There is approximately one month before the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education conference.  While this conference (and this organization) has historically been focused on the post-secondary, the organization does describe itself as:

CNIE connects educators, administrators and practitioners in a bilingual, pan Canadian network. Our group promotes research and advances in both open and distance education and the use of educational technologies. CNIE addresses all educational contexts, including K-12, post-secondary and the private sector.

In examining the conference program this year, there doesn’t appear to any sessions that have the words K-12, elementary school, high school, secondary school, virtual school or cyber school.  The actual conference program can be found at http://www.tru.ca/__shared/assets/Program_March_2440333.pdf – and you can take a look at what is being offered yourself.

If you happen to be in Alberta in mid-May, it may be worth checking out…


2017 Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference

Visit the conference website.

Exploring our past, present and future.

Explorons notre passé, notre présent et notre futur.

Banff, Alberta is host to the 2017 CNIE conference, a unique mountain community located in Canada’s first national park and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Banff, en Alberta, sera l’hôte du congrès 2017 du RCIÉ. Banff est niché en pleine montagne dans le premier parc national du Canada, qui est aussi un site du patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO.

Date: May 17-19, 2017
Location: Banff Park Lodge, Banff, Alberta
Theme: Exploring our past, present and future
Registration: Click here to visit registration portal.

17 au 19 mai, 2017
Banff Park Lodge, Banff, Alberta
Exploration de notre passé, présent et futur
Inscription : Cliquez ici pour visiter le portail de l’inscription.

Each year, the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) holds a conference to bring together education professionals committed to excellence in the provision of innovation in education. This year’s conference will provide an avenue to explore and discuss how innovative learning can arise by reflecting on our past, examining our present, and planning for our future.

Chaque année, le Réseau canadien pour l’innovation en éducation (RCIÉ) organise un congrès afin de rassembler des spécialistes de l’éducation soucieux de faire preuve d’excellence et d’innovation. Le congrès de cette année nous permettra d’explorer comment nos réflexions sur le passé, notre analyse du présent et la planification de notre avenir peuvent susciter des pratiques innovantes susceptibles de favoriser l’apprentissage.

About CNIE

CNIE connects educators, administrators and practitioners in a bilingual, pan Canadian network. Our group promotes research and advances in both open and distance education and the use of educational technologies. CNIE addresses all educational contexts, including K-12, post-secondary and the private sector.

Are you on Twitter? Please use the hashtag #CNIE2017 before and during the conference. You can also join our Facebook Group CNIE – RCIE for updates.

For more information or for specific questions, contact cnie2017@cnie-rcie.ca.

À propos du RCIÉ

Le RCIÉ réunit des pédagogues, des administrateurs et des praticiens au sein d’un réseau pancanadien bilingue. L’association soutient la recherche et fait progresser la pratique de l’éducation à distance et le recours à des technologies éducatives. Le RCIÉ englobe tous les contextes pédagogiques, y compris le volet maternelle-fin du secondaire, le postsecondaire et le secteur privé.

Êtes-vous sur Twitter? Veuillez utiliser le mot-clic #CNIE2017 avant et durant le congrès. Vous pouvez aussi vous joindre au groupe Facebook CNIE – RCIE afin de connaître les renseignements les plus récents.

Besoin de plus d’info? Vous avez une question particulière? Communiquez avec cnie2017@cnie-rcie.ca.

By | 2017-05-19T01:50:35+00:00 April 24th, 2017|CNIE, Conferences|

About the Author:

Michael K. Barbour is Associate Professor of Instructional Design for the College of Education and Health Sciences at Touro University California. He has been involved with K-12 online learning in a variety of countries for well over a decade as a researcher, teacher, course designer and administrator. Michael's research focuses on the effective design, delivery and support of K-12 online learning, particularly for students located in rural jurisdictions.