Media and Learning 2011

Future Classroom Lab Visit

Location: European Schoolnet’s premises, Rue de Trèves 61 (3rd floor), 1040 Brussels, Belgium (close to the Maelbeek metro station)
13rd November 2012, 14:00 – 17:00
Registration is available through the Media & Learning Conference registration page.

The Future Classroom Lab in Brussels is a fully equipped, reconfigurable, teaching and learning space developed by European Schoolnet, its 30 supporting Ministries of Education and leading educational technology providers.

It has been designed as a “Living Lab’ for how ICT can be implemented in schools and where policy makers, ICT suppliers, teachers and educational researchers can come together to:

  • Rethink how new technologies can support the educational reform process at both national and European level.
  • Engage in regular workshops, seminars and courses on how existing and emerging technologies can have a transformative effect on teaching and learning processes.
  • Develop new economic models in order that teaching and learning activities designed for the future classroom can be mainstreamed and taken to scale.

Media & Learning Conference participants can take part in a pre-conference event at the Future Classroom Lab on 13 November 2012, at 14-17:00 CET. During the event participants will be introduced to the different learning zones, technology and pedagogical activities the Lab offers.

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Lecture Capture Workshop: current best practices and future developments in universtities

Location: Teaching and Learning Department, KU Leuven, Kapeldreef 62, 3001 Heverlee (Leuven)
13rd November 2012, 9:30 - 16:00 (transportation will be organised at 8:30 at the conference venue)
For conference participants the registration is available through the Media & Learning Conference registration page, for those coming only to the workshop, please contact Joasia van Kooten: info@rec-all.info.
Download the full programme (PDF) here.

At the workshop case study's will be presented about different forms of lecture capture use. Amongst the speakers there are Dr Daniel Tan from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Roman Verraest from the KU Leuven, Carlos Turro from Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Stuart Phillipson from Manchester University & Opencast Matterhorn, Marko Puusaar from the Estonian Information Technology College.

After the presentations there will be a Q&A session where you have the opportunity to connect with industry experts on video conference, lecture capture and screencasting. There you can expect: Anton Bollen from TechSmith, Linda Storey from Echo360, Marci Powell from Polycom and Ray Hassell from Mediasite.

In the afternoon everyone is invited to attend a World Café to discuss the main challenges and the issues around the use of lecture capture nowadays.

The day will be concluded with a final panel to discuss the main outcomes of the World café.

This workshop is being organised in the context of REC:all. REC:all is transnational learning technology project supported by the European Commission that aims to research how lectures are currently being captured and used; to suggest learning designs for flexible and off-campus delivery; to review technical, pedagogical and legal issues and to produce practical guidelines to help teachers.

The cost for this workshop is 50 Euros (plus 21% VAT) per person which includes lunch. It will also cover transport to the workshop from Brussels, leaving the Flemish Ministry of Education, Hendrik Consciencegebouw, Koning Albert II-laan 15, 1210 Brussels at 08.30 and returning to the same address at the end of the workshop.

The number of places in this workshop is limited and so an early booking is recommended.

The Programme can be viewed online (PDF).


14 - 15 November 2011 Flemish Ministry of Education Headquarters, Brussels
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