314 - Open/Technology in Education, Society, and Scholarship Association (OTESSA)
OTESSA’s annual conference welcomes all who are exploring the role of digital, online, and open technologies in education, society, and scholarship. Our goal is to connect researchers, practitioners, graduate and undergraduate students, librarians, designers, policy makers, administrators and educators who work in post-secondary, K12, workplace learning settings, and beyond. Our 5-day conference is inclusive of online participants and those who can join us on campus at York University as we will have two online-only days and three on-campus days, which we will work to make accessible to online registrants. Please join us to engage in discourse on current research, theory, and practice in educational technology, online teaching and learning, mixed modes (hybrid, multi-access, etc.), digital and open scholarship, learning design, and any intersection of technology and society or across multiple fields of study. We welcome anyone with an interest in these topics to participate.
Nadia Naffi, Université Laval
Leo Havemann, University of London (UK)