Conference on DDD2015, Tablet-Mediated Teaching and Learning, Wearables and Co. —– 3-4June, Umeå / Sweden

Hej! Do you want to know, which new teaching and learning practices emerge when schools and universities use tablets such as ipads and wearables (e.g., GoogleGlass)? Do you want to discuss new forms of innovative pedagogy?

Then, it is time to come to Umeå! The conference is called DDD2015, Digital Didactical Designs. We want to initiate reflections about current understandings and new relationships of learning, teaching, pedagogy and ICT, tablets in education, in schools and higher education: What is the new normality of teaching and learning in a digital media world? Challenges and unexpected factors will be illustrated from different research studies. On Day 1, research studies around tablet-mediated classrooms, Learning Expeditions and wearable technology in the Nordic Countries will be presented and discussed. Day 2 focuses on the International perspective. Learn from and discuss with international experts and researchers. For example, confirmed speakers are Gerry Stahl (USA), Ulrich Hoppe (Germany), Yishay Mor (UK), Andreas Lund (Norway), Ilona Buchem (Germany), Staffan Selander (Sweden), Swapna Kumar (USA) and Sean P. Goggins (USA).

Further information http://ddd2015.edusci.umu.se

Location? Väven, P5, Umeå Downtown, Sweden When? 3-4 June 2015 Please register and sign-up not later than 25 May. The conference is funded by VR (Swedish Research Council), Riksbanken and Umeå University. We are looking forward to meeting you. Best regards Isa Jahnke, Peter Bergström, Eva Mårell-Olsson, Lars Häll (conference chairs) 🙂

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Prof. Dr. Isa Jahnke Professor of ICT, Media and Learning Umeå University Dept. of Applied Educational Science SE-90187 Umeå Sweden http://iml.edusci.umu.se/ictml/ http://www.edusci.umu.se/om-institutionen/personal/isa-jahnke http://www.isa-jahnke.com

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