August 31, 2007

Learning Discovery Workshop at EC-TEL 2007

Posted in 2007, call for participation, conference, ec-tel, technology enhanced learning, workshop at 10:37 am by klamma

First International Workshop on Learning Object Discovery & Exchange (LODE’07)

The LODE’07 workshop will be held on September 18, 2007 in conjunction with the 2nd European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL07), Crete, Greece.


Although the use of learning (content) management systems is becoming common in most educational organizations and the number of educational resources available online, for free or by subscription, is huge, most of these resources are hidden in repositories and cannot be easily found, which hampers their potential use and reuse.The goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners working at unlocking the educational content hidden in repositories and facilitating the retrieval and exchange of this content. The workshop aims at providing an international forum to highlight the state-of-the-art and discuss the issues and innovative approaches in the field.


Session 1: Federations of Learning Resources

Session 2: Repository Infrastructures

Session 3: Search and Retrieval of Learning Resources

Session 4: Rich description of resources


David Massart and Jean-Noël Colin, European Schoolnet (EUN), Belgium


  • Kerry Blinco, DEST, Australia
  • Erik Duval, KUL, Belgium
  • Mike Halm, PennState University, USA
  • Marek Hatala, SFU, Canada
  • Manuel Kolp, UCL, Belgium
  • Robert Kristofl, BMBWK, Austria
  • Fran ois Magnan, Teluq, Canada
  • Jon Mason, InterCog, Australia
  • Martin Morrey, Intrallect, UK
  • Gilbert Paquette, Teluq, Canada
  • Fredrik Paulsson, Umea University, Sweden
  • Tomasz Orzechowski, AGH, Poland
  • Alain Pirotte, UCL, Belgium
  • Daniel Rehak, University of Memphis, USA
  • Griff Richards, SFU, Canada
  • Bernd Simon, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Austria
  • James Simon, Sun Microsystems, USA
  • Stefaan Ternier, KUL, Belgium
  • Tsuneo Yamada, NIME, Japan

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