[LINK] Education on-line for development

stephen at melbpc.org.au stephen at melbpc.org.au
Tue Sep 27 17:05:25 AEST 2011

Tom writes,

> I will be talking about "Education on-line for development" at the The 
> Sixth Annual United Nations Internet Governance Forum ANU Remote Hub, 
> Australian National University in Canberra, 3pm, 29 September 2011: 
> http://billboard.anu.edu.au/event_view.asp?id=83149
> From: "Education on-line for development": 
> http://www.tomw.net.au/technology/it/education%
> Comments, corrections and additions welcome.

Reads well, Tom. 

Also perhaps of interest to yourself, other linkers, and/or students ..

Date:    Mon, 26 Sep 2011 18:20:34 -0600
From:    Sabine Graf <sabine.graf at IEEE.ORG>
Subject: Call for Articles: Learning Technology Newsletter - Issue on
Virtual Worlds for Academic, Organizational and Life-Long Learning

publication of IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Learning
Technology (TCLT)  http://www.ieeetclt.org/content/newsletter 

* Deadline for submission: October 10, 2011.

Learning Technology Newsletter aims at publishing and disseminating
current research about new and emerging learning technologies as well as
their design, usage, application, and evaluation in different contexts of
technology enhanced learning. The special theme of this issue will focus
on virtual worlds for academic, organizational and life-long learning,
including (but not limited to) research on using virtual worlds for
learning and teaching; concepts and strategies for learning in virtual
worlds; developments and applications for enhancing learning in virtual
worlds; case studies and exploratory studies on how learners learn in
virtual worlds; and evaluations of concepts/developments for learning in
virtual worlds. Please feel free to bring forward your ideas and views.

Articles that are not in the area of the special theme are most welcome as
well and will be published in the regular article section

Learning Technology Newsletter invites short articles, case studies, and
project reports for the October issue. 

This issue will be published in Volume 13, Issue 4 (October, 2011).

** The newsletter is of non-refereed nature though the articles will be
selected and edited by the Editors. **

* Submission procedure:

1. The articles in the newsletter are limited to 1000 words.
Over-length articles will not be published.

2. The manuscripts should be either in Word or RTF format.
Any figures used in the contributions would be required separately in a
graphic format (gif or jpeg). The figures should also be embedded in the
text at appropriate places.

3. Please send the manuscripts by email as attachment to
sabineg at athabascau.ca and karagian at uth.gr (Subject: Learning Technology
Newsletter Submission).

4. In the email, please state clearly that the manuscript is original
material that has not been published, and is not being considered for
publication elsewhere.

For further information please see

Best regards,
Sabine Graf
Charalampos Karagiannidis
(Editors of Learning Technology Newsletter)



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