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Integrating Technology

Doctor of Education

Female |TORONTO, Canada

CO11: What time is it? Time zones, spheres of influence and neo-colonialism in a global online world by Nigel Mitchell

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What time is it? Time zones, spheres of influence and neo-colonialism in a global online world. by Nigel Mitchell

About the Presenter:
Nigel Mitchell has over 20 years experience in education and church ministry, including teaching in face to face and distance education at school and university level. He teaches online English literacy classes to students around the world, and is currently working with Education Services Australia as a Collaborative Tools Support Officer on the OzProjects and Global Education websites.

About the Presentation:
What do we mean by "Global" in an online world?
Is the world getting too big for us to cope?
Whose time zone do we use? Are we open 24 hours per day? Governments and NGOs have loosely defined spheres of influence in which they focus their activities (USA - the Americas, Europe-Africa, and Australia-the Asia/Pacific region) but how relevant are these for educators with a global perspective. In this paper we will consider the emerging difficulties and opportunities involved with planning global online educational conferences and classes in today's world. We will look at some simple things that planners can do to ensure that everyone is included and made to feel welcome.

CO11


Integrating Technology for Active Life-long Learning
CO11 on IT4ALL Moodle & WiZiQ
Feb 4-6, 2011


Welcome to the annual connecting online live online conference (CO11). You are cordially invited to participate at the live online conference on the weekend of Feb 4-6 2011.


The conference will be of interest to educators, administrators, students, and community members who value the importance of integrating technology into the curriculum to improve instruction and learning. Online learning involves various skills on the part of the instructor and learner. These include social and communication skills, social networking, independent learning strategies, critical and higher order thinking skills, creativity, and effective online and face-to-face facilitation. In addition, there are may challenges that the educators, administrators, students, and community members face.


The CO11 will be conducted on IT4ALL Moodle with the presentations on WiZiQ through the Moodle.


The themes for the presentations are:



  1. Connecting Online to Improve Instruction and Learning: Online Learning and Instructional Experience

  2. Experiences with technology in face-to-face and online classes. What worked and what didn't work for you?

  3. How do you use technology to promote and sustain your online workshops, consultation, and communities of practice and learning?

  4. Research conducted on e-learning, blended online learning, and blended learning.

  5. Reviewing or promoting books on integrating technology into the classroom, e-learning, blended learning, and blended online learning.

  6. Challenges administrators, instructors, students, and community members face in connecting online.



About the Host

Integrating Technology

Integrating Technology

Doctor of Education
TORONTO, Canada

Integrating Technology is a social marketing and education network that supports small and large businesses, public and private schools, and teachers. The team at Integrating Technology organizes online conferences, webinars, MOOCs, and online courses.

Integrating Technology was founded by Dr. Nellie Deutsch (Ed.D), a Canadian education technology, curriculum and instruction, e-learning consultant, relationship-based transformative mentor, researcher, writer, speaker, community builder, and expert in teaching with technology using Moodle and WizIQ live classes.

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