Keynote address:


'The power of 'e': extending the 'E' in ACE'



Some background


Delia has worked in adult education in Victoria for nearly thirty years. She is a writer, teacher, mentor, researcher, editor, curriculum advisor, panel chair and workshop presenter. She has worked in a wide range of contexts, including neighbourhood learning centres, TAFE institutes, ACFE regional councils, community agencies, government bodies, professional organisations and university education faculties. Her particular passions are women's education, multicultural education, basic education and e-education. She believes ACE transforms lives and communities, for the good of all.


Want to ask Delia a question?

Why not join our social networking site at: http://acenetwork.ning.com/ and contribute to the discussion thread ..e-learning in ACE: the story so far.





In the course of preparing my conference presentation, I made this timeline of key initiatives, projects, publications and funding sources in the evolution of e-learning in ACE in Victoria. It is a work in progress. I welcome suggestions, additions, extensions and/or corrections.


Here is my slide presentation for the conference:

Here is the audio recording from Delia's presentation:

Play here on the page:


Or download the file for later on:
audio - Delia Bradshaw The Power of e - at Victorian ACE e-showcase- mar09.mp3 (edited@48k).mp3

(around 13mb)