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Why online conference could be better than traditional ones

A group of researchers from the University of Melbourne QAECO and CEBRA labs got together and brainstormed ways that communicating your research and finding out about other people’s research might be easier or more difficult at traditional vs online conferences. 685 more words

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Personal fulfilment at traditional vs online conferences

A group of researchers from the University of Melbourne QAECO and CEBRA labs got together and brainstormed ways that communicating your research and finding out about other people’s research might be easier or more difficult at traditional vs online conferences. 333 more words

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Professional development at traditional vs online conferences

A group of researchers from the University of Melbourne QAECO and CEBRA labs got together and brainstormed ways that communicating your research and finding out about other people’s research might be easier or more difficult at traditional vs online conferences. 804 more words

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The Cultures of EAP Online Conference

David Read, the Academic Director for Technology Enhanced Learning at the University of Sheffield, introduces a brand new online conference for teachers of EAP.

On the 15th and 16th January 2015, Oxford University Press and the English Language Teaching Centre (ELTC) at the University of Sheffield are running… 503 more words

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Info transfer at traditional vs online conferences

A group of researchers from the University of Melbourne QAECO and CEBRA labs got together and brainstormed ways that communicating your research and finding out about other people’s research might be easier or more difficult at traditional vs online conferences. 745 more words

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Networking at traditional vs online conferences

A group of researchers from the University of Melbourne QAECO and CEBRA labs got together and brainstormed ways that networking might be better or worse at traditional vs online conferences. 1,087 more words

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Why conferences?

Melbourne University researchers from the QAECO and CEBRA groups recently returned from a lab retreat in Creswick where we got talking on some really interesting topics. 491 more words

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