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With over 550 participants from 36 countries, the 21st Century Learning Conference is the event of choice for those who want to come together to learn, share and discuss current & emerging topics in education. With a strong focus on the impact of technology on learning and teaching, the event blends together inspirational keynotes, practitioner led workshop sessions, plus fun professional sharing and networking opportunities.


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Saturday, March 11 • 09:00 - 10:00
Digital Writing for Digital Age Students: Using Online Resources for Modern Writing
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This session will cover Google's digital research tools like Google Docs for writing and collaborative writing, Scholar, Google Books, and  and some non-Google tools that interface with Google Apps like Zotero. Participants will learn how to use these tools with students for research writing in the digital age.

Then the session will cover improving the digital writing with Google Docs and a range of third-party browser-based apps that work with Google Apps to refine academic writing. These include LexTutor, Analyse My Writing, StoryToolz and a few other such useful writing apps. Taken collectively this session will equip participants with a full digital age research and writing eco system that can easily be passed on to students for efficient and easy academic writing.

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Rab Paterson

Principle Instructor, Toyo University - UCLA Extension Center for Global Education
The full university type bio statement is further below but basically I am very interested in education / learning technology, digital design and all forms of digital / information / media / multimedia / visual literacy. I'm also interested in sustainable lifestyles and of course beer and whisky - well I am a Scot! | | Here's the official type bio. | | I am the current President, Conference Co-Chair, and Webmaster of the Asia Association for... Read More →

Saturday March 11, 2017 09:00 - 10:00

Attendees (30)