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Date:         Tue, 7 Oct 2008 05:01:04 +0100
From: Humanist Discussion Group <willard.mccarty-AT-MCCARTY.ORG.UK>
Subject: 22.250 International Conference on Digital Literacy
To: humanist-AT-Princeton.EDU


               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 22, No. 250.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                        www.princeton.edu/humanist/
                     Submit to: humanist-AT-princeton.edu



         Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2008 04:59:24 +0100
         From: Humanist Discussion Group <willard.mccarty-AT-mccarty.org.uk>
         Subject: FW: Call for Participation -  International Conference 
on Digital Literacy, 17-18 November 2008
         In-Reply-To: <5204E2D5-E5F1-4B3C-83C1-E07C80704179-AT-liv.ac.uk>


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*> From: "Lampros Stergioulas" <Lampros.Stergioulas-AT-brunel.ac.uk>
  > Date: 6 October 2008 23:39:56 GMT+03:00
  > Literacy, 17-18 November 2008
  >
  > (Please would you be so kind as to forward this to any interested
colleagues or networks - Apologies for any cross postings).
  >
  >
  > International Conference on Digital Literacy
  > Pursuing Digital Literacy in the 21st Century
  > Reconstructing the School to provide Digital Literacy for All
  > Sponsored by the European Commission
  > 17 - 18 November 2008
  > Brunel University, West London UB8 3PH, United Kingdom
  >
  > Registration is now open for a limited number of participants until
31st October 2008 via the conference website. You can register by
clicking on the link below:
  > http://e-start.brunel.ac.uk/register.aspx
  >
  > Conference topics
  >
  >     * Digital Literacy - Theoretical Frameworks
  >     * Digital Literacy from Theory to Practice
  >     * The pursuit of Digital Literacy in the practice of teaching and
learning
  >     * Digital Literacy: National Policies and National Curricula
  >     * Teacher Training and teacher education in Digital Literacy
  >     * Digital Literacy and e-Inclusion
  >     * Digital Literacy Ethics
  >     * Digital Literacy: Formal and Informal Learning
  >     * Developing Digital Literacy: Factors and Indicators
  >
  > The conference offers an exciting programme delivering:
  >
  >     * Outstanding invited speakers
  >     * Relevant presentations and discussion sessions
  >     * The latest in Digital Literacy theory and practice
  >     * An extensive gathering of experts and practitioners
  >
**> The target audience includes teachers, local education authorities,
ICT coordinators and advisors, researchers, academics, practitioners,
educationalists, consultants, and policy makers. The conference will
provide an international forum for exchanging views and disseminating
recent research and practice in the area of Digital Literacy in
Compulsory Education. Networking amongst delegates is actively supported.
  >
  > Two discussion sessions will take place during the two days of the
conference:
  >
  >     * Perspectives of national policy making and curricula for
Digital Literacy - Chair:Valentina Dagiene(Institute of Mathematics and
Informatics, Lithuania)
  >       ParticipantsSpeakers:Patricia Behar, Universidade Federal do
Rio Grande do Sul Paulo Gama, Brazil;Vainas Brazdeikis, Information
Technology Centre for Education, Finland;Pranas Gudynas, Education
Development Centre, Lithuania;Barbara Kedzierska, Pedagogical University
of Krakow;Jari Koivisto, Finnish National Board of Education;Lena
Olsson, Stockholm University.
  >     * Digital competence assessment: frameworks for instruments and
processes to be used by students and teachers - Chairs:Katherine
Maillet(Institut National des Tlcommunications, France) andAntonio
Cartelli(University of Cassino, Italy)
  >
  > Conference Chair:Lampros Stergioulas, Brunel
UniversityLampros.Stergioulas-AT-brunel.ac.uk
  > Programme Chair:Helen Drenoyianni, Aristotle University of
Thessalonikiedren-AT-eled.auth.gr
  > Conference Manager:Marina Matijevic, Brunel
UniversityMarina.Matijevic-AT-brunel.ac.uk
  >
  > The conference is organised by thee-START Digital Literacy Networkand
theSchool of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics of Brunel
University.
  >
  > For more details and practical information, please visit the
conference website:http://e-start.brunel.ac.uk.**
  >
  > All conference communication is dealt with by:
  > Ms Carole Bromley,
  > Dept. of Information Systems and Computing
  > Brunel University
  > Uxbridge UB8 3PH, UK.
  > Tel.+44 1895 267133
  > Fax:+44 1895 269757
  > E-mail:Carole.Bromley-AT-brunel.ac.uk
  >
  > Conference Speakersinclude:
  > BAWDEN, David
  > City University, UK
  > CERVI, Laura / TORNERO, Jos Manuel Prez
  > Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
  > CORNU, Bernard
  > CNED (Centre National dEnseignement Distance), France
  > CULLEN, Joe
  > Tavistock Institute (UK) / MENON Network, Belgium)
  > ERSTAD, Ola
  > University of Oslo, Norway
  > FACER, Keri
  > FutureLab, UK
  > GROLIOS, Georgios
  > Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  > HADJIVASSILIOU, Kari
  > Tavistock Institute, UK
  > HELSPER, Ellen
  > Oxford University, UK
  > JUNGE,Kerstin
  > Tavistock Institute, UK
  > KENDALL, Michael
  > EMBCPL, UK
  > LIAMBAS, Anastassios / KASKARIS, Ioannis
  > Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  > KLECUN, Ela
  > London School of Economics, UK
  > MOREL, Raymond
  > Academy of Engineering Sciences, Switzerland
  > PASSEY, Don
  > Lancaster University, UK
  > SELWOOD, Ian
  > University of Birmingham, UK
  > SELWYN, Neil
  > Institute of Education, UK
  > TSITOURIDOU, Meni
  > Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  > VARIS, Tapio
  > University of Tampere, Finland
  > Copyright 2008 Brunel University and e-Start Network*

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