EdTech faculty and students hosting 2021 Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference
A committee of faculty and students in the Educational Technology program are virtually hosting the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference.
At this conference, two kinds of innovation are explored: the innovation demanded immediately by the COVID-19 pandemic and the broader systemic changes arising from digital disruption.
Concordia Ombudsperson Amy Fish
Dr. Shujaat Wasty, alumnus (Educational Technology) —founder of the nonprofit OBATCanada
Professor Shirley Steinberg (University of Calgary)
The Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE):
An organization of professionals committed to excellence in the provision of innovation in education in Canada. Our inclusive culture welcomes all those interested in examining innovation in education from our K-12 systems, post-secondary organizations, private training and professional development and those involved in industry – our goal is to provide a space for dialogue, collaboration and innovation!
Co-Chairs: Giuliana Cucinelli, Associate Professor; Saul Carliner, Professor and Graduate Program Director, M.A. and Diploma in Educational Technology
Conference manager: Wenbin Liu (PhD student)
Richard Schmid, Professor
Robert Bernard, Distinguished Professor Emeritus
John Bentley, Centre for Teaching and Learning
Nadine Bekkouche (PhD student)
Yuan Chen (PhD student)
Register to attend:
CONTACT: Saul Carliner (email@example.com)