Rhetoric and Reality: Critical perspectives on educational technology is the 31st annual ascilite conference.
Hosted in Dunedin, New Zealand, the 2014 ascilite conference will run November 23 – 26.
The venue for the conference is the St. David Lecture Complex, corner of St. David and Cumberland streets.
Click here for a map.
Applications for visiting visas and letters of invitation
To check whether you require a visa to visit New Zealand please go to the NZ Immigration website http://www.immigration.govt.nz/.
If you require a letter of invitation, please complete your online registration (you can complete without paying) and put in the ‘Any further comments’ box your passport number and ‘request visa letter’. If you have not heard from the conference organiser within 7 working days, please contact email@example.com.
We advise to apply for visiting visa as early as possible.
Get to know Dunedin! Map shows venues, places to eat and some interesting things to do while you’re here. For accommodation options, see here.
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Transport from Dunedin/Queenstown Airports
Dunedin – Delegates will need to make their own arrangements for transportation to and from the Dunedin Airport. Please allow 30-40 minutes drive from the Dunedin International Airport to Dunedin CBD. Shuttles and taxis are available on arrival – we recommend that you pre-book a shuttle or taxi online prior to your arrival as a taxi fare from the airport is around NZ$90. There is no public bus service from the Airport.
- Super Shuttles – http://www.supershuttle.co.nz
- Dunedin Taxis – http://www.dunedintaxis.co.nz/
Queenstown – Delegates flying into Queenstown will need to arrange their own transportation to Dunedin.
- Alpine connections – http://alpineconnexions.co.nz/scheduled-service/wanaka-queenstown-dunedin/
- Intercity bus – http://www.intercity.co.nz
- Atomic shuttles – http://www.atomictravel.co.nz
- See also http://www.queenstown-vacation.com/queenstown/buscoach/index.cfm/?page=2
Google Cardboard Challenge
Are you up to the ascilite2014 Google Cardboard Challenge? Find out more here.