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ICICTE 2016 Keynote Speaker

Future considerations in the adoption of educational technologies

Dr Tannis Morgan

Associate Dean, Centre for Teaching, Learning, & Innovation, Justice Institute of British Columbia, Canada.

Dr Tannis Morgan is the Associate Dean, Centre for Teaching, Learning, & Innovation at the Justice Institute of British Columbia where she is responsible for developing and implementing an e-learning strategy, and leads educational technology innovation and research projects. These include mobile learning, simulations, open education resources, and emerging delivery models.

Tannis began her work in distance education and e-learning with the Distance Education and Technology Centre at the University of British Columbia (UBC), under the direction of Dr Tony Bates and Dr Mark Bullen where she completed her PhD examining online teaching in international distance education contexts. She has worked within the Office of Learning Technology (formally Distance Education and Technology) at UBC, and prior to coming to the JIBC, she was an instructional development consultant at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. She was a researcher with the Digital Learners in Higher Education research project with Dr Mark Bullen and colleagues from the University of Regina and the Open University of Catalonia.

Her current research focuses on student use of technology in applied education institutions and drivers that influence the uptake of open educational resources in higher education.

 

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This year's Keynote Speaker is sure to stimulate discussion on topical areas of technology in education

 

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