It is that time of the year! The American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference is here. However, this year it is a virtual conference. I will miss getting to learn from, connect with, and meet 15,000 other educational researchers from around the world. I don’t want to make this post about the AERA21 virtual setting experience. Perhaps I can write about that topic in a future post. Also, I am sure someone is already collecting tweets for a paper about it! I do want to share our session info, link to our iPoster, and link to the published paper.
Sunday, April 11, 2021 [10:40 AM ET – 11:40 AM ET
Instructional Technology SIG Poster Session:
Instructional Technology in Higher Education and Corporate Settings
Title of our Presentation:
Critical Competencies for Practice Among Educational Technologists in Latin America and the Caribbean
Event Link: https://aera21am.simcita.net/fast/evt36972
Use this link to explore and read our iPoster: https://bit.ly/32236Kc
If you want to learn more about this topic. We published a book chapter discussing our research project and findings. This is the citation and link to our book chapter:
Romero-Hall E., Adams L., Petersen E., Vianna A. (2020) Educational Technologists in Latin America and the Caribbean: Perceived Importance of Competencies for Practice. In: Spector M.J., Lockee B.B., Childress M.D. (eds) Learning, Design, and Technology. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-17727-4_169-1
Hope everyone has a good conference and hope to “see” you next year!