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My tech director would like our ed tech team to attend a regional ed tech conference next school year. This includes coaches and coordinators from primary school through high school. I know of the ones listed below. Do any of you know of others in Asia?
October 2-4: Learning 2.014 Asia in Bangkok (with a sister conference in Africa on different dates!
The works that will be presented at eLEOT 2014 will focus on the following topics: - Accessibility and usability of web-based instruction in the classroom - Assessment - Best Practices - Collaborative learning and social networks - e-Learning workflow - Educational/learning repositories - Mobile learning - Security and privacy in education and e-learning systems - Serious games and game-based learning - Social and organizational perspectives
The new site looks very user friendly. It will be easy to search. It was a good move. I do miss the higher volume this list used to have, but I know Twitter has taken some of the querries I used to post here. There is a real font of knowledge in this group. I plan to make better use of it.
I hope many of you made it to the Commons. There really is a great deal more that can be done here. Now, we can add attachments and pictures. Additionally just by creating your account on the Commons your professional affiliation is automatically included.
So no more posts from me asking for those details (or no more of me googling and looking for it).
We've been doing this for over a decade. I hope this change hasn't lost too many people!
Applications are invited for two part time research fellow posts in Digital Humanities (Natural Language Technology and Metadata and Ontological Engineering) in the Natural Language Technology Group (NLTG) University of Brighton, UK.
Deadline: 1 April 2014.
Research Fellow in Natural Language Technology (50%FTE, 12 months) - Ref: SM4041