Apart from the Tuesday evening congress warm-up we are organising several other activities at the pre-conference. A RS3G workshop covering current topics and projects on interoperability, a BI Tutorial covering tools and processes to get your BI project started and last but not least an Umeå City Run – see the city by foot at approximately 11 kilometers/h.
Register here: http://www.eunis.org/eunis2014/pre-conference-activities/
On sunday, the 11th of May, it’s the last day to enjoy the benifit of receiving the early bird discount. Register at: http://www.eunis.org/eunis2014/registration/
The congress begins June 11th. Enjoy the nordic sunlight and the insights from over a hundred speakers.
Welcome to Umeå
It is time! Time to announce the detailed programme for the EUNIS annual congress. There will still be changes, corrections and added details to the programme but it is the first glimpse of what the days will look like.
Visit the programme overview and select the details for each day.
See you in Umeå.
The field of technology-enhanced learning is constantly moving. Universities are investing in new types of physical learning space while wondering if MOOCs or other forms of open learning will change teaching and learning radically. We are seeing advances in learning analytics, mobile learning, learning analytics and electronic management of assessment and first steps in technology supporting intelligent learning paths. This track covers these topics (and more) from both technological and pedagogical perspectives.
We are proud to have obtained experts within this field who will talk about tools and pedagogy supporting teaching and learning
This track has many peer-reviewed papers and some invited speakers including:
A big part of the EUNIS programme is made up contributions from participants. The selection process is done by peer-reviewing and this year the scientific committee has been working hard to select papers among the large number of well written and interesting submissions. It has been a tough yet rewarding process.
After a slightly overrun review process, the programme committee have come to a decision. The submissions that were accepted to the EUNIS congress this summer are well aligned with the overall theme of the congress as well as the 6 tracks the programme is made up of.
All authors, accepted and rejected alike, have been notified. If you, as a corresponding author, did not receive such a notification please contact email@example.com to get things sorted out.
As we now move into the next phase, creating a detailed programme we would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone; reviewers, authors and the programme committe, for a job well done.