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ICEM 2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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.

Register and more information here: https://ec.europa.eu/epale/en/content/icem-2018-annual-conference

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