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LEARNING INNOVATION TALKS 05 (LIT05) took place on Tuesday, 9 June, 2015 from 9:00 AM - 04:00 PM (Kuala Lumpur time).

 

Now, LIT05 has become a self-paced learning adventure. Once you have watched all the LITs and done the learning activities, you will receive an e-Certificate (of attendance), which is one of the hottest on planet Earth. 

 

Also, please Join the Learning Innovation Circle (LIC) , too (...More about LIC), which has mastermined LIT 1-5 :) 

The idea behind Learning Innovation Talks (LIT), is to empower and organize F2F or online events, where educators get together to share their learning and teaching innovations with one another in a more informal, relaxed, learning enriched, and innovative manner compared to traditional conferences and seminars (F2F or Online). There is NO FIXED FORMAT, and it is up to the organizer to explore and innovate how sharing and learning should take place. 



The Team

Abd Karim Alias       287 kudos

I am a Professor of Food Technology at the School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). Currently I'm teaching 3 courses at undergraduate l...

Zaid Alsagoff       157 kudos

Principal Lead (e-Learning & Innovation) and Fellow of the Centre for Medical Education at the International Medical University (IMU). Most known beyond IMU for...

Hafiz Hanif       5 kudos

Hello everyone, I'm a teacher for this course and I can't wait to learn with all of you.

Learning Innovation Circle       5 kudos

The Learning Innovation Circle (LIC) is a passionate group of (top) educators from Malaysia and beyond, rethinking and transforming educational practices....

Christopher Chew       0 kudos

Hello everyone, I'm a teacher for this course and I can't wait to learn with all of you.

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Learning Innovation Talks 05 (LIT05)

Status: Self-paced

Duration: 29 Weeks

Students: 216