We are very happy to announce that our research project application has been granted by the Swedish Research Council (vr.se) : “Of 297 applications received, 38 have been granted, giving a success rate of 12.8 percent.” (P.S. the Swedish Research Council www.vr.se is like the German DFG).
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne EPFL announces
Talk by Prof Isa Jahnke, Oct 31st (2013), 10:00, Room BC 410
I am very happy to visit Pierre Dillenbourg and his team at the center of "COMPUTER-HUMAN INTERACTION IN...
"Læring for framtiden" . This National Conference of Norway is about "Learning for the Future" in schools, teacher education and higher education takes place in Oslo (Norway) from 22 - 23 October 2013. Further information and the program is available...
Die 14. DINI Jahrestagung steht unter dem Motto "Zukunft des Lernens" .
Sehr spannend. :-)
Das Programm ist hier abrufbar
Meine Folien hier on
Ass. Prof. Swapna Kumar (http://plaza.ufl.edu/swapnak/) from University of Florida in Gainesville has been invited to Umeå University. We invited her to discuss Educational Technology, Instructional Design and the design and quality management of graduate professional programs (Master and...
September 26 - 27, 2013 - Krems/Göttweig (Austria)
Program and Speaker's profile :-) here:
Three conferences in 2 weeks. ECTEL, ECSCW and now Microlearning 7.0 .
My Presentation about "Ipad-didaktik - Designing for ipad-classrooms"...
The 8th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning takes place in Phaphos (Cyprus) from 17 Sept- 21 Sept. http://www.ec-tel.eu/
Meet us there!
a) CCL creativity and technology workshop
b) Poster presentation
CSCL@Work goes TEL@Work
Sean Goggins, Isa Jahnke & Volker Wulf (Eds.) (2013):
Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning at the Workplace: CSCL@Work. Foreword by John Seely Brown. New York: Springer.
2013_JohnSeelyBrown_Forword-CSCLatWork.pdf (81,8 kB)
For all people, researchers and...
Call for Workshop Papers
"Computational tools fostering Creativity in Learning Processes"
ECTEL 2013 conference: 18 September 2013
Paper submission: 12 July 2013
Learning can be viewed as a continuous iterative cycle...
Check this out - it's great :-) http://www.masswerk.at/elizabot/
Weizenbaum, Joseph "ELIZA – A Computer Program For the Study of Natural Language Communication Between Man and Machine"
in: Communications of the ACM; Volume 9 , Issue 1 (January 1966): p 36-45.