Digital Learning Colloquium
This event is designed to bring together
the expertise of a wide range of researchers, developers and educationalists.
If you need to make a case for your attendance at this event, you might find
the following points useful.
Will it be possible to join online?
There is no charge for this event.
Just your brain power!
What should I do if I want to attend?
Identify the priorities for development in digital language learning – in relation to research, products and use
Friday 6th March, 10:00 – 16:00, Cambridge UK
The programme is currently in development and will be shared when finalised.
to reflect on what your organisation needs to be working on in relation to digital learning
with people who can help you advance in the world of digital learning
of your organisation in a prestigious and select group of experts
Share your ideas
What does it cost to attend?
Raise the profile
with independent experts and get valuable feedback
what leading thinkers in digital
learning are working on
what the main issues, developments,
trends and opportunities currently
are in digital learning
Rationale for attendance
This event is invitation only. If you haven’t received an invitation but feel you can contribute to the discussion and debate, please apply by filling in this form.
The event is designed to be very interactive, with maximum engagement for people in the room. This will make it difficult to participate remotely. We are looking into facilitating participation for those not at the event, either for certain parts of the day, or afterwards. Further details on this to follow.
The programme will be made up of brief presentations and panel discussions, leadings to four challenges that we will work on in fluid groups during different sections of the day.
Tell me more
Bringing together researchers, practitioners and
thought leaders in the field of digital learning – particularly language learning – to address your challenging questions.
How can we make sure digital products and services
for education are really helping people learn?
What principles of pedagogy should guide our development and evaluation of digital tools?
What does ‘good’ look like in digital education?
How can we influence the design of future
Identify the risks and opportunities that educationalists face when using technology for language learning
Identify principles and share examples of good design for digital learning products/materials
Identify principles and share examples of good use of digital products/materials by teachers and learners