Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Date: 1-2 April
The conference brings together a diverse community from academia , research laboratories and industry interested in exploring the manifold challenges and issues related to Technology , Education and how current approaches and technologies can be evolved and adapted to this end.
The conference aims at enhancing and promoting technology, E- Learning education and computer supported education in under-developed countries like Nepal where most of the countryside is remote and far from access to modern tools and techniques that help people learn from a remote zone as well.
Date: 5-6 April 2011
Location: Eindhoven, the Netherlands
- E-learning trends
- Tools en applications
- Vision and strategy en strategie
Date: 18 April
Social media tools, such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, are changing the way that students and faculty communicate, share ideas, and build networks. The interest in social media is quickly increasing, and as with many other technologies, the educational community is looking to harness the potential of these resources to improve teaching and learning.
While social media is popular, educators need to better understand how to use it to improve student learning, while being mindful of privacy concerns. At the conference we showcase some effective uses of social media in student learning. We’ll discuss ways to use social media to create experiential learning activities, improve student interactivity and engagement, and develop community and professional networks.
Location: Daar es Salaam, Tanzania
ELearning Africa, the Continent’s premier annual conference on ICT-enhanced learning will be showcasing a wealth of proposals that promise to stimulate thought and discussion. In line with the main theme – Youth, Skills & Employability – many proposals focus on the affordability, sustainability and pedagogical integration of ICTs in ways which can improve the learning, living and employment opportunities of young Africans.
Date: 22-25 May
Location: Orlando, Florida
Event for workplace learning and development professionals welcomes 8,000 attendees from more than 70 countries. These professionals manage all aspects of learning in their organizations. From CEO to specialist, from dean to student, ASTD 2011 welcomes people from across the globe.
Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel
Date: 12 October
Business as usual is no longer so usual. We’re not so much in economic recovery as we are in organizational transformation. In today’s complex environment, the ability to adapt and change — to develop new innovations in product and process that lead to competitive advantage — is the key to success. For learning leaders, this “new normal” requires learning that is not reactive but adaptive. Chief Learning Officers play a crucial role in defining the new normal for the workforce and senior leadership, as well as for themselves.