The REFAD 2020 call for papers is open

On the occasion of its annual conference, REFAD is looking for presenters for communications that will go off the beaten track while presenting innovative practices in the field of distance and online training.

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In collaboration with Campus Saint-Jean (University of Alberta), the Francophone Distance Education Network of Canada (REFAD) is organizing its annual conference on May 28-29, 2020 in Edmonton. The purpose of this event is to allow speakers to come and present their best practices and to promote exchanges, partnerships and networking. 

REFAD is therefore looking for presenters for communications that will think outside the box while presenting innovative practices in the field.

This conference is aimed at all stakeholders and decision-makers at different school levels (elementary, secondary, college, university), as well as private companies, government agencies and international institutions working or interested in distance and online training.

This colloquium is therefore the meeting place for stakeholders in online and distance learning in French-speaking Canada.
 
Our call for proposals form must be downloaded and returned to REFAD via the website. It should include:

  • The title and description of your communication
  • Identification of the facilitator (s) including the establishment or organization to which they belong
  • The learning technologies that will be used and how these technologies will allow maximum interactivity with participants on site and online. Priority will be given to presentations that go off the beaten track.

The whole must be of a duration of Fourty-five minutes, including the question period. A presentation template to be respected will then be sent to the speakers chosen for the preparation of their communication.

Deadline: November 22, 2019
 
For additional information on the event or to register as a participant, it's this way.
 
For any other information
Contact the REFAD by email
Or by phone: (514) 284-9109
 
This event is possible thanks to funding from the Department of Canadian Heritage.

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