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pictureStakeholders and how they can engage with Kaleidoscope. We interview Claudio Dondi, Director of Scienter and leader for Kaleidoscope's Stakeholders Club
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pictureA French Publication on TEL. "Environnements informatisés et ressources numériques pour l'apprentissage" is published by Monique Baron, Dominique Guin and Luc Trouche. This french book deals about design and use of TEL with a multidisciplinary approach: didactics, computer science, educational sciences. More details and order form on www.lavoisier.fr
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IDILL 2007 - Optimizing the role of language in TEL. Optimizing the role of language in Technology-Enhanced Learning Expert workshop organized by the Integrated Digital Language Learning (IDILL) seed grant project Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium 4-5 October, 2007 http://www.noe-kaleidoscope.org/group/idill/Workshop/
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pictureShedding light on the research benefits for the workplace. The current, special issue of well-known journal 'Mind, culture and Activity' focuses on learning and technology in the workplace. Stimulated by a workshop run by the Kaleidoscope Special Interest Group of the same name as this focus, the issue is edited by researchers at the UK's London Knowledge Lab.
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pictureYoung researchers for the European future of the Technology-enhanced learning. Conference : BCI'2007 - 3rd Technology-enhanced Learning Enlargement Workshop
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TeLearn open archive

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TeLearn is the first international open archive dedicated to research in the field of technology enhanced learning.  It accepts research papers and videos, in any language.  For more information, visit TeLearn at www.telearn.org.
Highlight events

Synergy, Excellence, Value, Impact

More than 260 people from 35 different countries took part in the Kaleidoscope Symposium held in Berlin on the 26/27 November.
For further information about the Kaleidoscope Symposium, contact us at symposium07@noe-kaleidoscope.org

Focus on research
Kaleidoscope brings together researchers from diverse disciplines and cultures across Europe, who work collaboratively on interdisciplinary projects that draw upon their unique perspectives and areas of expertise.  Through their collaboration and sharing of scientific outcomes, they are helping move the field of TEL forward .  Here we highlight Network activities, explaining the impact of people's research.  This week's focus is on Conditions for productive networked learning environments.

To find out about other research activities, click here .