We’ve got three exciting post conference workshops lined up to help you extend your ASCILITE 2017 experience!

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What can bonsai tells us about authentic learning with educational technology? Roger Edmonds will unlock this mystery in the workshop It’s Pedagogy GO with location-based mobile learning games. In this interactive workshop we will take you through all the steps of designing and developing a location-based mobile learning game using an online platform which is made for anyone to use to create and explore stories at locations of their choosing.

Interested in shaking up the way you run exams? Mathew Hillier, Andrew Fluck and Martin Coleman will present an interactive workshop called  Transforming exams – hands on with the technology. This workshop will explore the rationale behind the OLT e-Exam system for high stakes exams, however, the majority of the session will be spent getting hands-on with the technology! This is a free workshops sponsored by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training funded project Transforming Exams (Grant ID 15-4747).

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If Mobile virtual reality is more your thing, spend the day with Thomas Cochrane and David Sinfield. Their workshop will explore user generated mobile 360 video production and integration into interactive virtual reality environments for education. You’ll experience using a low-cost, BYOD, rapid prototyping framework to create and share their own immersive mobile VR scenarios. The workshop will explore the unique affordances of mobile devices for enabling participant-generated content and experiences using mobile VR.

Find out more about all three workshops.

Please note: separate registration is required for the workshops. They are not included in your conference registration. Registration information is available on the Workshops page.