LED research group represented at EdMedia 2018 in Amsterdam, Netherlands

EdMedia + Innovate Learning is a premier international conference in educational multimedia, hypermedia & technology-enhanced learning that spans all disciplines and levels of education attracting researchers and practitioners in the field from 70 plus countries.

‘I Am Pleased to Inform You That…’ Insights and Advice on Getting Published in Educational and Instructional Technology a session designed for the EdMedia’s Emerging Scholar Stream offered by Ana-Paula Correia and her colleague from Indiana University, Curt Bonk.

Slides and resources can be found at: https://t.co/IIZmrHahQl and https://tinyurl.com/ycnazffm

Another presentation on the successes of students creating online discussions was also delivered at EdMedia 2018. It offered a novel pedagogical approach for online discussions by presenting reflections on a case where online students were permitted to create and facilitate online discussions.

The session was named No prior experience necessary: Reflecting on the learning experiences offered by student-created online discussions. Resources on the topic were shared with the audience: https://tinyurl.com/yb2ua3ah

Proceedings book article available here:

Correia gives international talk on Entrepreneurship in Ed Tech

The international project sponsored by OSU’s Office of International Affairs Academic Enrichment Grant closed with a public talk on “The Educational Technologist as an Edu-preneur” at University of Minho, Braga, Portugal!

Ana-Paula Correia examined the profile of the edu-preneur and the rise of entrepreneurship in educational technology. She discussed lessons learned from entrepreneurial efforts in higher education and shared the many opportunities that are being pursued as part of the start-up culture and innovation upsurge.

Slide’s reference: Kao, R. W. Y., Kao, K. R., Kao, R. R. (2002). Entrepreneurism: A Philosophy and A Sensible Alternative for the Market Economy. London: Imperial College Press.