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LAMS Newsletter 105, 7th Sep 2012
By: James Dalziel
|09/06/12 10:25 PM||
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LAMS Training in Singapore - Oct 2 & 3
I'm delighted to confirm that Leanne and I will be in Singapore on October 2nd and 3rd to provide training workshops for LAMS as part of the Nanyang Technological University's "Innovations in Teaching 2012" event from October 1-3. For the full "Innovations in Teaching 2012" program (Word doc), see
Leanne and I will provide four 1 day workshops over 2 days - on the first day, Leanne will provide Basic LAMS training while I provide Advanced training. On the second day, we'll be providing new LAMS workshops with a focus on using LAMS for effective teaching using LAMS templates - Leanne will provide a Basic and I'll provide an Advanced level workshop on using templates.
To register for this event, please go to:
For enquiries, please contact:
The cost is S$450 (before GST) for the full 3-day seminar, or to attend just the LAMS workshops it is S$250 (before GST) for 1 day of training or S$400 (before GST) for 2 days of training. There is a 10% discount for for all MOE & Government Bodies and 20% discount for NTU Alumni Members or Group Registration of 3 or more staff from an organisation.
The 7th International LAMS and Learning Design Conference will be on December 7th 2012 at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia - with workshops on the 6th. The theme this year is "Surveying the Learning Design Langscape".
The call for presentations is currently open - we welcome presentation proposals, papers and other submissions - these are due by September 14th. Details at http://lamsfoundation.org/lams2012sydney/submissions.html
Conference registration is also now open - see
There will be quite a group of Learning Design researchers at the ICEM 2012 conference in Cyprus in September, including myself, Leanne and Emil from MELCOE as well as our colleagues John Hedberg and Matt Bower at Macquarie, Sandra Wills from Wollongong and Eva Dobozy from Curtin, together with Grainne Connole, Simon Walker and other Learning Design experts from Europe - so look out for us if you'll be at the conference. Details at
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