Conference Details

Two national associations, the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) and the Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE), are coming together in Waterloo from May 30 to June 2, 2016 to explore the shifting directions for the future of education.

Close to 250 leaders in education and technology-enabled learning will gather in Waterloo, including partners from public schools, colleges, universities, government, and the technology community.

Technology continues to change the way we learn, the way we teach, and the way we access information. New possibilities to engage students and improve their learning experiences are enabled by advancements in technology and alternate approaches. Creative pedagogy coupled with openly shared digital resources are inspiring educators to explore new paths. This conference will spur conversations about current innovations as well as the implications and opportunities for future innovations.

For more information on the locations of this year’s conference (the Delta Waterloo and the Centre for International Governance Innovation), visit Getting Here.


CIGI building

Download the 2016 CAUCE-CNIE Conference Guide today to stay on top of conference activities and connect with other attendees. (Available for iOS, Android, Web, and Windows.)

Conference Details

Two national associations, the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) and the Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE), are coming together in Waterloo from May 31 to June 2, 2016 to explore the shifting directions for the future of education.

Close to 250 leaders in education and technology-enabled learning will gather in Waterloo, including partners from public schools, colleges, universities, government, and the technology community.

Technology continues to change the way we learn, the way we teach, and the way we access information. New possibilities to engage students and improve their learning experiences are enabled by advancements in technology and alternate approaches. Creative pedagogy coupled with openly shared digital resources are inspiring educators to explore new paths. This conference will spur conversations about current innovations as well as the implications and opportunities for future innovations.

For more information on the location of this year’s conference, (the Delta Waterloo and the Centre for International Governance Innovation), visit Getting Here.

Download the 2016 CAUCE-CNIE Conference Guide today to stay on top of conference activities and connect with other attendees. (Available for iOS, Android, Web, and Windows.)

CIGI building

Download the 2016 CAUCE-CNIE Conference Guide today to stay on top of conference activities and connect with other attendees. (Available for iOS, Android, Web, and Windows.)