An International Collaborative Workshop
Sponsored by Lincoln University
On the Horizon
July 24-26, 1996
This workshop, led by Donald
and James Morrison, is an
opportunity to apply the principles described in Transforming Higher
Education: A Vision for Learning in the 21st Century (Dolence and
1995) to your learning enterprise. This is a hands-on workshop using
practical examples and cases studies of transformation in academic
programs, facilities, and the academic culture. Workshop format includes
a combination of collaboration, workshop activity, and consultation.
We will use the listserv discussion to tailor the content of the program to participants' needs. Below are suggested workshop topics.
Participants may nominate issues facing colleges and universities as they seek to meet the challenges of the Information Age. If you nominate an issue, please consider submitting an issue brief that addresses the following questions.
To submit a briefing paper, send (e-mail or U.S. mail) it no later than July 17, 1996 to James L. Morrison, workshop co-leader. Each briefing paper should be 2-7 pages, single-spaced. All briefing papers will be posted in the agenda of this workship on Horizon Home Page for review prior to the workshop.
Specific topics will be determined by participants in our discussion on
Transformation List prior to the workshop. The final agenda will be posted
to the list a week before the workshop and distributed at workshop
registration in Christchurch. This agenda will be implemented in the
You will be mailed a copy of Transforming Higher Education: A Vision for Learning in the 21st Century, upon receipt of your registration form and deposit. At registration in Christchurch, you will receive a notebook of relevant readings.
Registration Fee & Accommodation:
Early registration is NZD1120 when paid by 1 July 1996; thereafter NZD1200. If two or more participants from the same institution register, fees are NZD1000 each when paid by 1 July 1996; NZD1080 thereafter.
The Millenium Hotel, right in the heart of Christchurch - in Cathedral Square - is both the venue for the workshop and the recommended hotel for accommodation. Christchurch's newest hotel has a special room rate very favourably positioned for workshop participants and, as a result, we are able to quote you a bed and breakfast price for the workshop nights, of NZD135 per person per night double or twin, or NZD225 single. These prices include NZ Government Goods & Services Tax. Additional nights of accommodation can also be booked at these prices.
The workshop venue is Conference Room 2 on Level 2.
Workshop reception and buffet meal (non-delegate, per person) NZD35
Refunds and Cancellations:
Fees less NZD100 may be refunded on written application received prior to 1 July 1996. Refunds are not normally possible thereafter. Substitution is perfectly acceptable at any time.
A very favourable rate has been negotiated for a fully inclusive day skiing either Saturday and/or Sunday 20-21 July. This includes skis, boots and outer clothing (latter if required), transport and entry fees to Mt Hutt. Details on request.
For registration details, contact Don Crabb, Director, Centre for Continuing Education, Lincoln University.
|All material within the HORIZON site, unless otherwise noted, may be distributed freely for educational purposes. If you do redistribute any of this material, it must retain this copyright notice and you must use appropriate citation including the URL. Also, we would appreciate your sending James L. Morrison a note as to how you are using it. HTML and design by Noel Fiser, ©2006. Page last modified: 6/24/2003 10:11:24 PM. 48894 visitors since February 2000.|