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Call for presentations - CAUCE 2023

Call for presentations - CAUCE 2023

Building our Future: Leading the Way for Lifelong Learning.

The Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg MB

May 17-19, 2023


Over the past several years, continuing education has emerged as central to the future of higher education due to the new economic realities, social issues, the increasing need for Indigenous and decolonizing education, the global pandemic, increased demands for lifelong learner pathways, emerging micro-credentials, and changing global industry trends. With significant shifts in the labour force expedited by the pandemic, the world of work is changing at a pace that is difficult to comprehend. University continuing education units are adaptable and agile, and are vital assets to universities, provincial governments, and industry and we share a passion for what we do.    

As university educators, we are committed to taking an inclusive approach to provide learners with the ability to adapt their skills to the workforce's evolving labour market and changing skill needs. We can help individuals and organizations strengthen their skills and increase capacity, confidence, and resilience. Through our ability to foster creativity, drive innovation, improve access, and deliver high-quality programming, we can respond quickly to socioeconomic shifts in the job market, upskill and reskill our citizens, and reduce barriers to education as we continue to move through the pandemic recovery.  


Submission Deadline: January 30, 2023


Visit the CAUCE website for complete details about the conference theme, streams, and the submission process.



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