Friday, 18 June 2010

Round-Up: Call(s) for Papers and Webinars

Call for Papers: NAIRTL / LIN Annual Conference: Flexible Learning
Deadline: 18th June 2010

The NAIRTL / LIN Annual Conference will be held on the 6th and 7th of October 2010 in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin. The title of this year’s conference is Flexible Learning and we aim to encourage and support HEI staff to undertake innovative approaches to their curriculum design and course implementation to meet the challenges of flexible learning.

Interested participants should submit a 300 word abstract for a paper, workshop or poster (including interactive poster), webinar and other suitable formats based on one of the following themes:
• Technology Enhanced Teaching
• Integrative Learning
• Innovation in Integrating Research, Teaching and Learning

Event: Free Mahara Webinar - How ePortfolios represent a new wave of technology in Education
Deadline:29th June 2010
Registration: and click on the title of ePortfolio Webinar

ePortfolios represent a new wave of technology in education that allows students to build online resumes to show reflection, evolution of thought and continued professional development.
This session covers: (1) What is an ePortfolio; (2) Learning Management System v’s ePortfolio; (3) Why ePortfolio’s; (4) Use of portfolio; (4) Mahara Overview

Call for Papers: ICERI2010 (International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation)
Deadline: 15th July 2010

The ICERI2010 (International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation) will be held in Madrid (Spain), next 15th, 16th and 17th of November 2010. This third annual event brings together professionals in the field of Education and Technology. It will be an excellent opportunity to share your experiences and projects with educators and professionals from all parts of the world.

Call for Papers: MEDEA Awards 2010
Deadline: 31st July 2010

The MEDEA Awards competition is all about recognising, encouraging and rewarding excellence and creativity in media in education. MEDEA aims to highlight the educational environments that reflect the media-rich world in which our learners live nowadays.

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