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5 Sep
2018

ICEM 2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Estonia
Tallinn
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The next annual conference of ICEM will take place in September 5-7, 2018 in Tallinn University. Tallinn is a capital city of Estonia, a tiny EU member country on the coast of the Baltic Sea, close to Helsinki and St.Petersburg. Come to Tallinn and see how medieval old town lives in harmony with one of the world's most advanced digital societies and digitally innovative schools that are among the best in Europe according to OECD PISA study!

 

DIGITAL TURN IN EDUCATION

​The full list of topics will be published soon in the Call for Proposals. An initial set of ICEM 2018 conference topics is:

  • digital innovation and change management in schools
  • whole-school policies and best practice in BYOD
  • e-textbooks and the next generation digital publishing services in educational domain
  • e-assessment and e-exams
  • digital competences of students and teachers
  • digital learning ecosystems
  • learning design and learning analytics

 

OVERVIEW

The annual conference of International Council of Educational Media (ICEM) is a meeting place for researchers and practitioners in the field of educational media and technology enhanced learning. ICEM is one of the oldest associations in the field, being established by European ministries of education and UNESCO in 1950. The ICEM 2018 conference will take place at Tallinn University on September 5-7, 2018. The conference programme will include presentations of research results and best practice, hands-on workshops, poster session, industry track and school visits.

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

  • Heli Aru-Chabilan, CEO of HITSA foundation
  • Panagiotis Kampylis, senior researcher at JRC Seville
  • Mark West, associate project officer in the section for Teacher Development and Education Sector at UNESCO
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CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION

Conference chairs:

  • Dr. Otto Benavides, past president of ICEM, Emeritus Associate Professor of California State University in Fresno
  • Dr. Mart Laanpere, senior researcher at the Centre for Educational Technology, Tallinn University

Program chairs:

  • Dr. Terje Väljataga, senior resaercher at Centre for Excellence in Educational Innovation, Tallinn University
  • Dr. Eva Dobozy, senior member of the Curtin University teacher education team
  • Dr. Hannah Gerber, Associate Professor in Digital Epistemologies and Literacies in the Dept. of Language, Literacy & Special Populations at Sam Houston State University

Industry track chair: Dr. Anita Stangl, CEO of MedienLB Gmbh

 

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

Five types of contributions are invited:

  • Full papers: research reports, up to 15 pages
  • Short papers: best practice sharing, up to 5 pages
  • Workshops: 1-2 pages summary 45/90 min interactive activity (computer labs and iPads are available)
  • Posters: 1-2 pages
  • Demos: 1-2 pages

 

IMPORTANT DATES

Check out the important dates

Submission deadline for abstracts (500-800 words) and workshop proposals (1 page) through EasyChair: March 31 (extended), 2018

Submission deadline for full/short papers, posters, demos (): April 30 (extended), 2018

Submission deadline for camera-ready versions of full/short papers: June 12, 2018

Early-bird registration deadline: July 15, 2018

 

REGISTRATION

Registration fees: Early bird (before June 15): - PhD students (limited amount): 150 EUR - ICEM members: 200 EUR - regular participants: 250 EUR After June 15: - ICEM members 240 EUR - regular participants: 290 EUR School visit: 20 EUR Conference dinner: 60 EUR Social programme on Saturday: 10 - 50 EUR REGISTER NOW

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Conference
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
LOCAL ORGANIZER
Tallinn University is the youngest and most dynamic university in Estonia, focusing its research and study programmes in six domains: educational sciences, social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, digital technology, fine arts and media, sports and health sciences. TLU is the third largest public university in Estonia with 9 000 students and more than 500 academic staff.

Centre for Educational Technology (led by Dr. Kairit Tammets) is a R&D unit within the School of Digital Technologies, Tallinn University. CET is the largest research goup in the domain of Technology-Enhanced Learning in the Baltic region, its staff consists of 25 researchers, incl. 5 researchers from abroad: Germany, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Ghana etc.
Contact details
Mart.Laanpere@tlu.eeTallinn University, Narva Rd.2510120 Tallinn, Estonia
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Policy makers
Aims and objectives
An initial set of ICEM 2018 conference topics is:
digital innovation and change management in schools
whole-school policies and best practice in BYOD
e-textbooks and the next generation digital publishing services in educational domain
e-assessment and e-exams
digital competences of students and teachers
digital learning ecosystems
learning design and learning analytics
Attending fee
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