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EDSS-295  September 2000

EDSS-295 September 2000

Subject:

CFP: Ed-Media 2001 (Tampere, Finland)

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Steve Cavrak <[log in to unmask]>

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Telecommunications and the Information Highway <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 26 Sep 2000 08:10:44 -0400

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 >> Call for Participation Deadline: October 26th <<

           http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia
________________________________________________________

                   ED-MEDIA 2001

    World Conference on Educational Multimedia,
        Hypermedia & Telecommunications

      June 25-30, 2001  *  Tampere, Finland

              CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

     ** Submission Deadline: Oct. 26, 2000 **

                    Hosted by
                The City of Tampere
              Espoo-Vantaa Polytechnic
                  Häme Polytechnic
               Ministry of Education
                      NOKIA
             The University of Technology
                      Sonera

                  Organized by
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
                      (AACE)
               http://www.aace.org
_________________________________________________________

INVITATION:
ED-MEDIA 2001-World Conference on Educational
Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications is
an international conference, sponsored by the
Association for the Advancement of Computing in
Education (AACE). This annual conference serves
as a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion
and exchange of information on the research,
development, and applications on all topics
related to multimedia, hypermedia and
telecommunications/distance education.

ED-MEDIA, the premiere international conference
in the field, spans all disciplines and levels
of education and attracts more than 1,000
attendees from over 50 countries. We invite you
to attend ED-MEDIA 2001 and submit proposals for
presentations.

All presentation proposals are reviewed and
selected by three reviewers on the respected
international Program Committee for inclusion in
the conference program, proceedings book, and
CD-ROM proceedings.

For Submission information, connect to:
http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/call.htm

All authors MUST complete the Web form at:
http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/submit


PROGRAM ACTIVITIES:
* Keynote & Invited Speakers
* Papers
* Panels
* Posters/Demonstrations
* Tutorials/Workshops
* Interactive Sessions
* Corporate Demonstrations
* SIG Discussions


TOPICS:
The scope of the conference includes, but is not
limited to, the following major topics as they
relate to the educational and developmental
aspects of multimedia/hypermedia and
telecommunications:

1. Infrastructure: (in the large)
   Architectures for Educational Technology Systems
   Design of Distance Learning Systems
   Distributed Learning Environments
   Methodologies for system design
   Multimedia/Hypermedia Systems
   WWW-based course-support systems

2. Tools & Content-oriented Applications:
   Agents
   Authoring tools
   Evaluation of impact
   Interactive Learning Environments
   Groupware tools
   Multimedia/Hypermedia Applications
   Research perspectives
   Virtual Reality
   WWW-based course sites
   WWW-based learning resources
   WWW-based tools

3. New Roles of the Instructor & Learner:
   Constructivist perspectives
   Cooperative/collaborative learning
   Implementation experiences
   Improving Classroom Teaching
   Instructor networking
   Instructor training and support
   Pedagogical Issues
   Teaching/Learning Strategies

4. Human-computer Interaction (HCI/CHI):
   Computer-Mediated Communication
   Design principles
   Usability/user studies
   User interface design

5. Cases & Projects:
   Country-Specific Developments
   Exemplary projects
   Institution-specific cases
   Virtual universities


PROCEEDINGS:
Accepted papers will be published in the
proceedings book and on CD-ROM. These
proceedings serve as major sources in the
multimedia/ hypermedia/telecommunications
community, reflecting the current state of the
art in the discipline. In addition, selected
papers may be invited for publication in the
Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia
(JEMH), International Journal of Educational
Telecommunications (IJET), or Journal of
Interactive Learning Research (JILR);
http://www.aace.org/pubs


FOR BUDGETING PURPOSES:
The conference registration fee for all
presenters and participants will be
approximately $395 U.S. (AACE members), $445
U.S. (non-members). Registration includes
proceedings on CD, receptions, and all sessions
except tutorials. Conference dinner and luncheon
are an extra fee.

Special discount airfares will be available from
a designated airline carrier.


WELCOME TO TAMPERE, FINLAND - WHERE NATURE & TECHNOLOGY MEET
http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/aboutvenue.htm

It was only 221 years ago that the Swedish king
Gustav III signed the papers to make Tampere, a
small village between two large lakes and with
wild rapids flowing through its centre, into an
official town. It didn´t take long before the
city started on its now so familiar path of
paving the way for Finnish industry. Many an
invention has been the Finnish first in Tampere:
the first paper machine (1843), the first
electric light (1882), the first electric oven
(1916) and the first radio broadcast (1923). The
people in Tampere have been the first in the
world to use NMT telephones (1974),
biodegradable implants (1984), GSM telephones
(1991), a walking tree harvester (1995), Nokia
Communicators (1996) and GSM card phones (1997).
With two universities, two polytechnics and
several other educational establishments, this
trend is bound to continue.

In addition to being hard workers, the people of
Tampere have been culturally very active, and
can today pride themselves with 16 professional
theatre groups, International cultural festivals
such as Tampere Biennale music festival, Tampere
Short Film Festival, Tampere Choir Festival and
Tampere International Theatre Festival, a
multitude of museums and Tampere Hall - the
largest concert and congress Centre in
Scandinavia.

Although Tampere, with its 200,000 inhabitants,
is the third largest city in Finland, it Is
still a very tranquil place to visit. The two
large lakes surrounding the city offer ample
possibilities for cruises and fishing, the
countless parks give the city a relaxed feel
even in the city centre, and after only a ten
minute drive, you can find yourself surrounded
by nothing but forest.

TAMPERE - AN EDUCATIONAL CENTRE Finland has one
of the most comprehensive university networks in
Europe, and Tampere has several institutions of
higher education. The University of Tampere is
the largest of these, with some 14,000 students.
In addition to the traditional departments
located in five faculties, there are the Centres
of Competence engaging in interdisciplinary
research and education, as exemplified in
Information Technology and Medical Technology.
Quality Development in teaching is University
policy, quality assurance is a priority.
Problem-based learning is an innovation for
medical students.

Hypermedia Laboratory at the University of
Tampere: The Hypermedia Laboratory at the
University of Tampere offers education on
hypermedia and interactive and digital media
that are closely related to it. The education is
aimed at designers, developers, producers and
users in the field. In addition to education the
Hypermedia Laboratory conducts research and
development of hypermedia in different aspects
of science.

For more information about Tampere,Finland,
connect to http://www.uta.fi/hyper/edmedia/


DEADLINES:
Submissions Due:         Oct. 26, 2000
Authors Notified:        Jan. 19, 2001
Proceedings File Due:    Mar. 23, 2001
Early Registration:      May 16, 2001
Conference:              June 25-30, 2001


INFORMATION REQUEST:
To receive future ED-MEDIA 2001 announcements,
please complete the electronic form at
http://www.aace.org/info.html

If you have a question about ED-MEDIA 2001,
please send an e-mail to AACE Conference
Services, [log in to unmask]

Mailing address:
ED-MEDIA/AACE
P.O. Box 3728
Norfolk, VA 23514 USA

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