[xmca] Fwd: CAL'07 Programme now available

From: David Preiss (davidpreiss@uc.cl)
Date: Mon Jan 22 2007 - 08:59:06 PST

Begin forwarded message:

> From: "Nina Woods" <conferences@mail.elsevier-alerts.com>
> Date: January 22, 2007 1:24:33 PM GMT-03:00
> To: "davidpreiss@uc.cl" <davidpreiss@uc.cl>
> Subject: CAL'07 Programme now available
> Please open the online version of this message if the HTML is not
> correctly displayed.
> 26-28 March 2007 • Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
> Join international delegates to review the latest
> in technology-enhanced learning
> Register now at: www.cal-conference.elsevier.com
> The Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) biennial conference, CAL'07,
> will debate the alleged disruptive nature of technological
> development in the area of learning at the individual,
> institutional and national level. In a packed programme comprised
> of keynote lectures, contributed oral presentations, symposia and a
> large poster session, CAL'07 will explore:
> ICT & Learning Take a critical look at why technology has not had a
> major disruptive effect on (formal) learning and schooling and what
> issues will impact on whether it will in the future.
> New Directions Review which current, and imminent, technological
> and conceptual developments are having, or could have, a disruptive
> effect on learning organizations? Discuss the influence and
> educational possibilities of mobile devices, pervasive learning
> spaces, on-line communities, social software, and gaming.
> Creative Expression & Learning Explore the effect of creativity and
> the empowering of learner voices on learning from traditional areas
> such as film & video, music, and art to rise of blogging and use of
> social software.
> ICT4DEV (ICT for Development [Education]) Examine developments and
> lessons learnt in the use of technology to help developing
> countries overcome the major challenges they face in the field of
> education and learning.
> View the full conference programme here...
> David Cavallo - Director of the Future of Learning Group at the MIT
> Media Laboratory. Advisor to the "One Laptop per Child" Project.
> Astrid Dufborg - Executive Director of GeSCI (Global e-Schools and
> Communities Initiative) which was founded by the UN's ICT
> taskforce. Previously an Ambassador and ICT Adviser based at the
> Swedish UN Mission in Geneva.
> Rose Luckin - Professor of Learner Centred Design at the London
> Knowledge Lab and former director of the Ideas Lab, University of
> Sussex.
> Langdon Winner - Thomas Phelan Professor of Humanities and Social
> Sciences at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. "The leading
> academic on the politics of technology", Wall St. Journal.
> For the full programme, to register and book accommodation visit:
> www.cal-conference.elsevier.com or contact n.woods@elsevier.com
> CAL'07 is organized by Elsevier in association with Computers &
> Education.
> Conference Committee
> Brendan Tangney (Chair), Trinity College Dublin
> John Anderson, Dept of Education, Northern Ireland
> Immaculada Arnedillo-Sánchez, Trinity College Dublin
> Laura Czerniewicz, University of Cape Town
> Ann Fitzgibbon, Trinity College Dublin
> Conor Galvin, University College Dublin
> Kevin Jennings, Trinity College Dublin
> Carey Jewitt, London Knowledge Lab
> Ann Jones, The Open University
> Avril Loveless, University of Brighton
> Kevin Marshall, Microsoft
> Angela McFarlane, University of Bristol
> Andrew Ravenscroft, London Metropolitan University
> Kenneth Ruthven, University of Cambridge
> Tim Savage, Trinity College Dublin
> Jean Underwood, Nottingham Trent University
> Niall Winters, London Knowledge Lab
> Jocelyn Wishart, University of Bristol
> Data Protection Notice:
> This e-mail has been sent to davidpreiss@uc.cl from Elsevier Ltd.,
> The Boulevard, Langford Lane, Kidlington, OX5 1GB, UK, using Email
> Reaction's technology and platform. To ensure delivery to your
> inbox (not bulk or junk folders), please add
> conferences@mail.elsevier-alerts.com to your address book or your
> safe senders list.
> You are receiving this e-mail in the belief that it will be of
> interest to you.
> If you do not wish to receive calls for papers for Elsevier
> Conferences, you can visit this page to Unsubscribe, enter your
> email address, and press the submit button and you will be
> unsubscribed.
> Elsevier respects your privacy and does not disclose, sell or rent
> your personal information to any non-affiliated third parties
> without your consent, except as may be stated in the Elsevier
> Privacy Policy. Please visit this page to see Email Reaction's
> Privacy Policy.
> For all enquiries, problems or suggestions regarding this service,
> please contact: n.woods who-is-at elsevier.com.
> Copyright © 2007 Elsevier Ltd. all rights reserved.

David Preiss, Ph.D.
Profesor Auxiliar / Assistant Professor

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Escuela de Psicología
Av Vicuña Mackenna 4860
Macul, Santiago

Fono: 3544605
Fax: 3544844
e-mail: davidpreiss@uc.cl
web personal: http://web.mac.com/ddpreiss/
web institucional: http://www.uc.cl/psicologia

xmca mailing list

This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Thu Feb 01 2007 - 10:11:33 PST