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Friday, October 16 • 11:10am - 12:10pm
Plenary Panel: Sociocultural Implications

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avatar for Marcia Devlin

Marcia Devlin

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Quality), Federation University Australia
I am interested in being BOLD - Blended, On-Line and Digital - in ways that include all students, regardless of their socioeconomic status and familial experience with university. Sometimes digital education excludes some of those it should really include. We can do better :)
avatar for Djenana Jalovcic

Djenana Jalovcic

doctoral student, Athabasca University
Doctoral student in distance education researching experiences of studying online for post-secondary students with disabilities.
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George Station

Lecturer, Cal State Monterey Bay
George Station is currently a lecturer at Cal State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB). He currently teaches multiple class sections of First Year Seminar with the theme Technology and Society. He has participated on several campus committees such as the Academic Senate Technology Committee and the Otter Model Technology Group. A resident of Pacific Grove, CA, George has served on several non-profit boards, including Club Mac of Monterey (a... Read More →
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Bonnie Stewart

University of Prince Edward Island
Bonnie Stewart is a writer, educator, and researcher fascinated by who we are when we're online. She explores the intersections of knowledge and technologies in her work, taking up networks, institutions and identity in contemporary higher education. Published in Salon.com, The Guardian UK, and Inside Higher Ed, as well as peer-reviewed academic venues, Bonnie has advised educational projects and programs in Sweden, the UK, the US, and Canada... Read More →


Friday October 16, 2015 11:10am - 12:10pm
1: CERAS 101

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