Bett is the global meeting place for the education technology community, bringing together 35,000 educators and learning professionals every January. Attending the event is the best way to see the latest technology and innovative solutions in order to shape and improve the way people learn from the classroom to the boardroom.
Although Bett is an award-winning trade show, the event certainly surpasses the expectations of a conventional trade show. Bett 2014 will include three CPD accredited summits, the "learn live" lecture series, and numerous networking and fringe events. Bett is free to attend and you can register online.
This is an e-course of Tallinn University Department of Music for MA-level students about multimedia in music education.
- Handling of information/text, graphics/images, sound and video interactive teaching material necessary in music education and their integrative/interactive connection and sharing principle.
- Basic knowledge in copyright issues of digital material usage, e.g. teaching feasibility and individual usage.
- Theoretical knowledge and practical skills in handling internet freeware and/or priced image, sound, and video editing software installed with several operation systems in web-based (free) environments and social media.
CEIT 626 is a fundamental course on instructional technology. It covers most of the topics related to the field. It gives ideas to novels about what the field is, knowledge of its history, what the future of the field will be and so on.
You have to prepare short papers on given topics/questions that must be submitted weekly. In addition to them, there will be 2 major assignments and 1 term paper. Further, each student will be expected to participate actively in class discussions and show evidence of personal reflection.
eLearning is a dynamic research area with possibilities in all areas of the educational process. Researchers seek to broaden the current field of knowledge while investigating exciting perspectives for the future. The 5th International workshop on Interactive Environments and Emerging Technologies for eLearning (IEETeL 2014) will bring to light new research on innovative teaching practices and meaningful learning experiences.
This forum invites research, technical papers, and works in progress. Submissions should be investigating one or more of the following topics:
- eLearning environment process development
- information processing/management in local and small settings as well as in global and large scale ones
- good practices of e-learning implementation in higher education to facilitate the transition of university students to becoming life-long learners
- technological aspects of environment building: “from scratch”, using open source software or mashup applications from a cloud
- pedagogical strategies and solutions for using technology-supported learning environments
This is an online course to help you understand better how to use technology to enhance your teaching practice. The course is aimed primarily at people teaching at Higher Education level, whether in Higher Education Institutions or Further Education Colleges.