[Air-L] CFP first regional conference "e-Learning for a changing world: global and local needs" 11-12 June 2010 - Vilnius (Lithuania)

Alexei Krivolap krivolap at gmail.com
Wed Apr 14 02:25:04 PDT 2010

Dear colleagues,

please disseminate the following CFP through your networks. And I hope to
see you in Vilnius.

Alexei Krivolap
Lecturer of BA-program "Media & Communication"
Director of Distance Learning Center
European Humanities University (Vilnius)
e-mail: alexei.krivolap at ehu.lt


"*e-Learning for a changing world: global and local needs*",

11-12 June, 2010

European Humanities University is proud to announce the First regional
conference “*e-Learning for a changing world: global and local needs*” aimed
at providing a platform for discussing current issues in online distance

Professionals and students are invited to participate.

Conference panels include the following:

   - *Global e-Learning*
      - Crossing Cultures Online
      - Inter-University Networks
      - Collaborative International Courses
   - *Life-long Learning Online*
      - Developing Skills for New Careers
      - Non-Degree Courses
   - *Media Literacy and the Digital Divide*
      - Bandwidth: the Have's and the Have-Not's
      - Copyright: Restriction or Protection
      - Software: Property or Open-source?
   - *Teaching and Learning Online*
      - Transformative Course Design
      - Engaging and Motivating Students
      - Teaching Languages Online

*Student's section*:

   - *Distance Learning: Opportunities for Students*
      - Effective eLearning: Success Stories
      - Motivation and independent learning of students in eLearning
      - Effective communication in eLearning

Planned workshops:

   - Teaching English Well Online
   - IT Question: Moodle or not Moodle?
   - Collaborative courses: methodology and practical aspects
   - New tips for e-learning
   - Workshop for tourism department: E-learning issues for Tourism
   - Online pedagogy

The working languages of the conference is English and Russian. Translation
is provided.

Papers accepted will be published in the conference prospectus.

Applications for participation and abstracts are accepted till *10**th** of*
* * *May, 2010 * through *register

*Requirements for abstracts*: 400-500 words

Those prospective participants who need a Lithuanian visa to participate in
the conference should complete relevant section in the *register
Travel grant could be provided on selection.

For additional information search the conference website: *

*Application for participation*: *

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