Final Competen-SEA conference at NCODeL 2019

The final Competen-SEA conference will be co-located with the 6th National Conference on Open and Distance eLearning (NCODeL 2019). The conference will take place during 26-28 November 2019 at the Holiday Inn in Baguio City, The Philippines.

Two project members, Prof. dr. Carlos Delgado Kloos from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Prof. Narayanan Kulathu Ramaiyer from Universiti Malaysia Sarawak will be keynote speakers at the event.

Programme and sessions delivered by Competen-SEA project members:

Wednesday, 27th of November

15:15-17:15 Special session: MOOCs for Non-Academics in Southeast Asia

Thursday, 28th of November

8:30-10:00 Plenary 2 – Access, Inclusivity, and Equity in Technology-Enhanced Learning
Keynote: Dr. Narayanan Kulathu Ramaiyer

10:30-12:00 Session 3A
Narayanan Kulathuramaiyer, Achmad Basuki, Dennis Batangan, Maren Scheffel and Armin Weinberger – Turning MOOCs into a Platform for Social Innovation

Peter Sy – Tambayayong: MOOCs and OERs Complementation in Rural Philippines

10:30-12:00 Session 3C
Dennis Batangan, Marita Concepcion Guevara, Anna Theresa De Guzman and Haraya Marikit Mendoza – eLearning for Rural Health Workers in the Philippines: MOOCs as Technology Bridges for Capacity Development

Marita Concepcion Castro Guevara and Cielito Almoite – Capacitating Female Rural Health Workers of the Philippines through MOOCs: The Case of Pangasinan Province

John Paolo Dalupang, Dennis Batangan, Mita Lourdes Angela Santiago and Institute of Philippine CultureEturo – Re-Assessing Capacity-Building Needs of Healthcare Workers for eHealth and Healthcare Service Delivery

13:00-15:00 Session 4A
Joseph Palis – Decolonising Alice: Investigating Culture-specific Site-situatedness in Creating MOOC Animation for Rural Health Care Delivery

Marita Concepcion Castro Guevara and Cielito Almoite – Capacitating Female Rural Health Workers of the Philippines through MOOCs: The Case of Pangasinan Province

More information can be found on the official website of the NCODeL conference.

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