ODLAA is a professional association for teachers, developers, researchers, consultants and administrators from Australia and overseas involved in open and distance learning.
ODLAA publishes the internationally respected journal Distance Education through Taylor & Francis. The journal is mailed directly to members as a benefit of membership.
Call for papers for special themed issue of Distance Education (vol. 36, no. 2, 2015)ODLAA is please to announce that the focus of the 2015 special issue will be "Distance Education and Time: Instructional and organizational implications for managing time, workload, and costs"
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ODLAA 2013 Distance Education Summit
ODLAA held its 2013 Distance Education Summit, Education across space and time: Meeting the diverse needs of the distance learner, on 4–6 February 2013 on the fabulous northern beaches of Sydney, Australia, at the Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific Hotel.
ODLAA supporting EduTech 2015.
ODLAA webinar: Open Educational Practice - what, why and how?
Tuesday 9th December, 1-2pm AEDST)
with Carina Bossu, Luke Padgett, and Theresa Koroivulaono.
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ODLAA webinar: Social Inclusion and ODL
Recording now available: Further details
Call for papers for special themed issue (Volume 36/2, May 2015)
Drs. Elena Barberà, Thomas Hülsmann, and Jennifer Roberts (Guest Editors) invite contributions to the special themed issue of “Distance Education”, Volume 36/2, which will be published in May 2015
Theme: Distance Education and Time: Instructional and organizational implications for managing time, workload, and costs
For further details see the detailed call for papers notice.
ODLAA webinar: Professional Development for Practitioners in Open & Distance Learning
Missed out on the webinar? Catch up by viewing the recording via Blackboard Collaborate.
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