Where and when
The European Distance Education and e-Learning Network’s annual conference is one of the most prestigious e-learning conferences in Europe. This year it will be at Valencia, Spain, between 9-12 June.
Keynote speakers include
• Martin Bean, the Vice-Chancelloer of the UK Open University and formerly a member of Microsoft’s executive management team
• George Siemens, University of Manitoba
• Andy di Paulo, Stanford University
From the invitation
The opportunity offered by digital media and social networking leads to the development of new organic learning environments. A major challenge is how to turn these environments into instrumental knowledge?
Where do new media take us as educators?
What is for teachers and learners the value of being active in new media?
What is the validity of knowledge in Web 2.0 – how can we measure recognition and achievement?
How do media portray the changing open and distance learning practice?
How can we control the potential of media to ensure that they work for all?
How are media affecting modes of knowledge organisation?
You are invited to submit proposals (full text, no abstract is required) for presentations in parallel sessions, posters, short demonstrations and workshops, that relate to one or more of the conference themes.
To learn more about the scope of the event and consult the themes, please visit the respective conference pages.
The Conference web-site and the Call for Contributions is open.
We invite the European professional community of learning to contribute to the development of future mindsets for media in learning at the EDEN 2010 Annual Conference in Valencia.
Proposals both in English and in Spanish are welcome!
Schedule and Deadlines
Paper Submissions – 29 January, 2010
Registration Open – End of January, 2010
Notification of Authors – 2 April, 2010
On-line Registration Closes – 1 June, 2010
For more information go to: http://www.eden-online.org
Hi Tony – small random note – I’m with Athabasca University…in the Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute.
Hope you have a great Christmas, Tony!