LUDOVIA TV: IDEF, salon professionnel du jeu vidéo

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A l’occasion de sa 6ème édition, l’IDEF (Interactive & Digital Entertainment Festival) – organisé par le S.E.L.L. et Comexposium – vous donne rendez-vous du 28 au 30 juin 2011 au Palais des Festivals de Cannes.
Depuis sa création en 2006, l’IDEF s’est imposé comme la référence des rencontres professionnelles de l’industrie du jeu vidéo (acheteurs, éditeurs, constructeurs, accessoiristes et distributeurs).


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MLC 2011 Media Literacy Conference

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du 21 au 23 Novembre 2011

East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK

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The Media Literacy Conference 2011 promises to be this year’s most important event about education for media literacy. Over 200 delegates are expected from the UK and around the world. As at MLC2010, informative presentations of classroom practice will be available alongside the latest research evidence on teaching and learning, presenting a unique opportunity for everybody interested in media education for any age group in any context.

This year, a new residential setting will offer more opportunities for informal networking and social events, as well as for more programme sessions. Practising teachers are particularly welcome and bursaries will be on offer for those UK teachers who need help with fees, travel and accommodation.

Calenda – La réutilisation des données publiques : quels défis pour les archives ?

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Questions de communication, série actes 8/2010, Les jeux vidéo au croisement du social, de l’art et de la culture

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Plymouth e-Learning Conference 2011

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For the first time, this year’s conference will be held over three days. We start at 1pm on Day 1 and run through to 1pm on Day 3. As usual, the conference will be full of events, including paper presentations, workshops, demonstrations and plenty of time and space for networking.

We live in a world of increased mobility where proliferation of smart, mobile technologies is creating a host of new anytime, anywhere contexts. Pervasive computing and handheld devices are creating opportunities for learning to become ubiquitous – anytime, anywhere. Tech-savvy students are more demanding, and often less comfortable with traditional settings and homogenised provision where ‘one size fits all’. There is a migration of students toward tools and services that are beyond the control of the institution. The emerging social media of Web 2.0 are more flexible, sociable and more visually attractive. The surge in popularity of user generated content (including the likes of Wikipedia) is challenging the long held beliefs that experts are the main arbiters of knowledge. The informality of massively multiplayer online games is pushing informal learning to the fore. In short, we live and learn in a connected world.

Schools, colleges and universities are attempting to change to adapt to these new needs and expectations, but such transformation can be slow and problematic. The 6th Plymouth e-Learning Conference will highlight the need for innovative solutions in education and training, and will provide opportunities for delegates to discuss the tensions that exist between institutional provision and personalised learning. We will explore a number of issues surrounding the use of technologies in learning, providing a platform for informed debate across all sectors of education and training. The conference will showcase key examples of e-learning research, innovative use of new and established learning technologies, practical solutions, debates and speculative pieces on the future of education in a connected world.


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