August 8, 2007

EC-TEL’07 Early Bird Registration

Posted in 2007, call for participation, conference, ec-tel, science fiction, technology enhanced learning at 12:50 pm by klamma

August 21, 2007: Early Bird Registration ends

EC-TEL’07 – Second European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning Creating new learning experiences on a global scale

17-20 September 2007, Crete, Greece
http://www.ectel07.org

This is a kind reminder that EC-TEL 2007 Early Bird Registration ends on August 21, 2007: http://www.ectel07.org/conference-registration

Some highlights of EC-TEL 2007 include our two keynote speakers:

  • Bruce Sterling
    Professor at the European Graduate School and “visionary in residence” at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California is one of the early visionaries of the “Internet of Things”. His famous speeches introduced new memes (like spime) that continue to be an inspiration for many researchers. Bruce is also … a science fiction writer (http://blog.wired.com/sterling)!
  • Hermann Maurer
    Professor of computer science at the Technical University Graz in Austria, with an impressive list of achievements in the form of numerous papers, books, companies and patents. Hermann is one of the pioneers of Technology Enhanced Learning in Europe and a widely acclaimed and sought after speaker. He is also … a science fiction writer (http://www.iicm.tugraz.at/maurer)!

Make sure to check out the program, available at http://www.ectel07.org.
It holds many more highly attractive events related to TEL, e.g. 3 research and one industry tracks with more than 40 papers, a session related to science fiction and TEL, etc.

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