Prof. Mike Sharples of the University of Nottingham (UK) presented Informal Mobile Learning. [download slides]
Prof. Pierre Dillenbourg of EPFL (Switzerland) presented On your left: From anywhere to somewhere. [download slides]
"The Future of E-Learning: Some Bright New Ideas" featured snapshots of research in different areas of e-learning. It was chaired by Prof. Nicolas Balacheff of CNRS (France), the Scientific Coordinator of Kaleidoscope [download slides]. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Westhof of the Information Society and Media Directorate-General, European Commission presented EU-supported research activities in technology-enhanced learning. Mabel Encinas of the Institute of Education, University of London presented Teachers learning of ICT for teaching [download slides]. Peter Sigrén of University College of Boras (Sweden) presented Artifacts of technology in multimedia-produced distance courses [download slides]. Prof. Agathe Merceron of Ecole Supérieure d'Ingénieurs Léonard de Vinci, Paris, presented Scenarios for a Learning GRID [download slides].
Kaleidoscope was also present in the exhibition, and also shared its booth with the EU-funded Elegi network and VEMUS project.
You can find some photos of Kaleiedoscope members on the Online Educa site. On this page, in exhibition photos, far right top, Neek Alyani of the London Knowledge Lab talks to Lydia Montandon of ATOS Origin and Nicolas Balacheff. In the background, Barbara Wasson and Kevin Walker confer. On this page, top right, Barbara Wasson gives her plenary speech. Here is Neek Alyani at the Middle East Forum.