About the Conference
Educators, researchers, and organizational stakeholders have actively collaborated to rapidly embrace the digital transformation of education due to the unexpected outbreak of the COVID-19.
As we enter a third year living with COVID-19, it is crucial to reflect the past transformation in delivering schooling to recognize the successful innovations driving solutions and change. We should also explore innovations that address ongoing and new challenges such as inequities in education, learning losses during the pandemic, and advances in the digital transformation and education systems.
At the 2022 Virtual Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference, we continue to explore both types of innovation: The innovation demanded immediately by the current phase of COVID-19 pandemic and the broader systemic changes arising from digital transformation.
We invite professionals supporting the educational missions of post-secondary organizations, K-12 systems, continuing education, professional development, and workplace training to share reports about both types of innovation: in the here-and-now and for the long-run, both of which are the essence of innovating every day.
About 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! Find more information about the CNIE at http://cnie-rcie.ca/.
About the Conference Host: The Educational Technology program at Concordia University is Canada’s longest-running program in the field. Through our PhD, two master’s programs (thesis or internship), and graduate diploma, we prepare students for careers in training, education, and related work, including work in instructional design, educational consulting, school technology specialists, and as managers and leaders. Our faculty has gained an international reputation for meta-analyses on various aspects of the effectiveness of technology for learning; research on e-learning and other forms of distance education in schools, higher education and the workplace; research on digital literacy and disruptive education; and leadership in the maker movement. For more information, visit: