Speaking

Some slideshows available at http://lisadawley.slideshare.net/

I am on hiatus from speaking while I build GoGo Labs.  For talks on game-based learning, please contact Dr. Chris Haskell, chrishaskell@boisestate.edu.  For immersive learning contact Dr. Chris Dede, chris_dede@gse.harvard.edu

INVITED PRESENTATIONS & KEYNOTES

Dawley, L. & Stratton, J. (2013, June).  Digital badges: Lessons learned.  Invited talk at edWeb.net.

Dawley, L.  (2013,  April).   21st Century Learning Platforms: It Ain’t Your Momma’s School Anymore.  Invited talk at develop.Idaho, Boise, ID.

Dawley, L. & Suter, M.  (2012, October).  Quests, badges & guild sites – Am I really at school?  Invited webinar on EdWeb.net.

Culatta, R., Dawley, L., de Boor, T., Hickey, D. & Knight, E.  (2012, August).  Connected education and badges.  Invited panel discussion.  Moderator: D. Cambridge, Connected Educator Month.

Dawley, L.  (2012, August).  Oh the games we play!  Keynote address at the 21st Century Learning Symposium, St. Clair Co. RESA, Marysville, MI.

Dawley, L. & Haskell, C. (2012, May). 3D GameLab: Inpiring discovery through quest-based learning. Invited Innovation Incubator Finalist presentation at the EdTech Industry Summit, SIIA, San Francisco.

Dawley, L. (2012, March). Professional development networks, social authoring & OER. Invited panel discussion at the NROC Network Member meeting, Monterey Institute for Technology & Education, Monterey, CA.

Dawley, L. & Haskell, C. (2012, February). Yes, we want those stinkin’ badges: Personalized learning in 3D GameLab. Invited keynote speaker at the Virtual Worlds Best Practice in Education conference, Second Life.

Dawley, L. (2012, January). 3D GameLab and quest-based learning. Invited presentation for the Alabama State Dept. of Education.

Dawley, L. (2011, June). Quest-based inquiry across immersive learning environments: Access, choice, and powerful new modes of learning. Invited speaker at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association, ISTE, Philadelphia, PA.

Dawley, L. (2011, June). Badges, gamification, and quest-based learning: Let the journey begin!  Keynote speaker at the Games & Learning SIG, International Society for Technology in Education, Philadelpha, PA.

Beyers, A., Dede, C., Jones, G., Dawley, L. & Jones, G. (2011, June). Immersive environments for science education: Hyper-learning or Over-hyped learning. Invited panel address at the International Society for Technology in Education, Philadelphia, PA.

Jones, G., Dawley, L. & Dede, C. (2011, June). Games, simulations, virtual environments for learning and teaching. Invited panel address at the International Society for Technology in Education, Philadelphia, PA.

Dawley, L.  (2011, June).  Lisa Dawley, 3D GameLab, and GameCamp!  A Conversation with Metanomics in Second Life.

Dawley, L. (2011, May).  NROC Next Practices in Teaching & Learning.  Invited panel presentation with NROC webinar.

Dawley, L. & Haskell, C. (2011, May).  Quest-based learning: Turn your class into a living game.  AECT invited webinar.

Dawley, L. (2011, May).  Build, Play, Live the Game!  Using Immersive and Game-Based Environments for Serendipitous Learning and Innovation.  Invited closing keynote at the 4T Virtual Conference, http://www.4tvirtualcon.com/.

Dawley, L. (2011, March). Research roundup in online learning: From theory to practice to the future. Invited speaker at the 2011 Cyber Learning Conference, Texas A&M University, TX.

Dawley, L. (2011, March). The importance of serendipity in educational innovation. Keynote speaker at the annual meeting of the Iowa Distance Learning Association, IA.

Dawley, L.  (2011, March).  There’s an app for that!: The role of mobile learning in education.  Invited panel speaker at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology in Education, Nashville, TN.

Dawley, L.  (2011, February).  Strategic learning innovation: A vision for Boise State University.  Keynote speaker at the Distance Education Strategic Planning Session, Boise State University, ID.

Dawley, L. (2010, October). Educational research across a spectrum of virtuality: Today and tomorrow. Keynote speaker at the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Big Sky, MT.

Dawley, L. (2010, July). Emerging technologies for what? Designing programs for revolutionary learning. Invited closing speaker at the Sloan C Emerging Technologies for Online Learning Symposium, San Jose, CA.

Dawley, L. (2010, March). Global network knowledge construction: Teacher education in the era of digital learning. Invited speaker at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE), San Diego, CA.

Dawley, L. (2010, February). EdTech at Boise State University: Innovation in global digital teaching & learning. Invited presentation to the Idaho State Senate Education Committee. Boise, ID.

Dawley, L.  (2010, February).  Preparing teachers and students in a global digital era. Keynote address at the Texas Education Agency Educational Technology Conference, Austin, TX.

Dawley, L.  (2010, February). Teaching in the virtual world. Invited presenter at Lakes Country Service Cooperative, Fergus Falls, MN.

Dawley, L. (2009, October). Let’s change the world!: Leveraging participatory culture in the online classroom for powerful learning. Invited keynote address at the annual meeting of the Northwest eLearning Association, Nampa, ID.

Break time2Dawley, L. (2009, September). Virtual world teaching and design for new media literacy learning. Invited keynote speaker at the International Symposium on Education in Virtual Worlds, Korea National University of Education, Cheongju, S. Korea.

Presentation at Woosuk UniversityDawley, L. (2009, September). Interactive networked learning on EDTECH Island. Invited presentation at Woosuk University, Jeonju, S. Korea.

Dawley, L. (2009, September). Virtual world teaching and design for new media literacy learning. Invited presentation at Chongbuk University, Jeonju, S. Korea.

Dawley, L. (2009, July). Starting an online school or online program 103 – Teacher recruitment,preparation, and support. Invited webinar conducted by the International Association for K-12 Online Learning, Washington, D.C.

Dawley, L. (2009, July). Expanding the classroom with online learning. Invited webinar conducted by District Administration Magazine.

Dawley, L. (2009, March). EDTECH island two years later: Teacher development in virtual worlds. Invited presentation at the Virtual Worlds Best Practice in Education conference, Second Life.

Rau, S., Luna, T., Dawley, L., Reed, A., Fulcher, R. & Watson, J. (2008, November). E-learning in Idaho: Today and tomorrow. Invited panel presentation at the Idaho Forum on Virtual Education, Boise, ID.

Dawley, L. (2008, May). Leveraging social network knowledge construction for powerful learning in Second Life. Invited presentationat the Sloan-C International Symposium: Emerging Technology Applications for Online Learning, Carefree, AZ.

Dawley, L. (2008, February). Social network knowledge construction: Learning in and around virtual worlds. Invited special session at the 2008 Teaching with Technology Conference, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.

Davis, N., Dawley, L. & Rice, K. (2008, February). Trends, myths and actions in K-12 online professional development for teaching. Invited webinar conducted by the North American Council for Online Learning, Washington, D.C.

Dawley, L. (2007, November). The 2007 status of professional development for K-12 online teachers. Invited panel presentation at the annual meeting of the 2007 Virtual School Symposium, Louisville.

Herring, M., Dawley, L., & Perkins, R. (2007, October). The AECT Task Force on Second Life. Presidential panel address at the 2007 Association for Educational Communications and Technology Convention, Anaheim.

Dawley, L. (2007, August). Emerging territories in Second Life for socially networked teaching & learning in mathematics education. Invited keynote address at the Joining Educational Mathematics Conference, University of Helsinki, Finland.

Dawley, L. & Carter, C. (2007, May). Social networking and Second Life: Uses for e-learning. Invited webinar conducted by North American Council for Online Learning, http://www.nacol.org/events/webinar/index.php.

DeMeulle, L., Anderson, R. & Johnston, J. (1995, September). Getting connected with self and others: Using technology as a method for self-inquiry. Invited presentation at the Conference on the Researcher as Human Being. University of Oslo, Norway.

2 responses

2 01 2011
2010 in review « Online Educator

[...] Speaking [...]

7 09 2011
foresttrailacademy

Nice, Full transcript of interview.

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