October 29, 2008
Next year’s SPDECE event will be cellebrated in Mérida (Mexico) together with other three events related to learning technology in the Latin-American area.
The name of the joint event is CITA 2009 (“cita” in Spanish means “appointment”). The conference will accept papers in English and in Spanish and it will represent a major event in learning technology and particularly in research related to “learning objects”.
October 24, 2008
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This Wendsday members of IE co-organized the first workshop of the ACM SIGCSE Spanish Chapter. It was called Workshop on Methods and Cases in Computing Education (MCCE).
More information here:
October 21, 2008
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First night was used as an excuse to keep on talking about learning objects at the local Irish Pub in Salamanca. At 3.00 am the streets of Salamanca were almost empty, however we still found life beings in the corners.
The morning after, Miguel Angel acted as a keynote speaker with his talk “Learning objects, lies and videos in youTube”. Below a moment of his talk, one of the activities of the last day of SPDECE 2008. Look at the picture. Who is in the slide?
October 20, 2008
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Elena García, Salvador Sánchez and Miguel-Angel Sicilia are attending SPDECE’08 – the fifth edition of the Latin-american scope pluri-disciplinary conference on “learning objects”. Around 80 attendees will discuss on reusability, pedagogy and technology of educational resources. Since the conference series was initiated in 2004 by Information Engineering members, we feel more than at home, and with the years a small community of colleagues and friends has been formed. So, this is also good time for meeting old friends.
The spanish newspaper ABC has echoed the event in its technology supplement:
October 12, 2008
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Last week, Daniel Rodríguez attended the Spanish conference JISBD 2008, Gijón. A conference hard to forget for the quality of the food! (it is time to be careful until Christmas). Gijón is also a great place to visit.
In the photo, from left to right, Jose Riquelme, Roberto Ruiz (both from the University of Seville), and Daniel.