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Conference program

Sist oppdatert av: claus knudsen 30.05.2007
Wednesday 27 June 2007
10:00 - Registration and coffee
12:00 - Opening event
12:15 - Opening keynote
 Prof. Lennart Olsson, Director of Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS), Sweden
13:00 - lunch
14:00 - paper session 1
 Communication technology for sustainability and development
Sustainable learning practices with the use of mediated communications

by Charlie Gullström, Alex Jonsson and Leif Handberg, Centre for Sustainable Communications, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden

"An increased use of video communications may promote a new and perhaps more sustainable lifestyle where the need for travel and transport is dramatically reduced.

Such new sustainable practices based on new models for learning have

been implemented within the education system worldwide. The

DIVERSE conference gathers several important cases where the use of

video and communications technology already greatly has affected the

way universities teach and learn.

There is a call for change and the question for this session may be

to try to discern the relevance of such "Sustainable Learning

Practices" which recently have emerged - for other application areas

in society as well as for education."

The question for this session will be to try to discern the relevance of "Sustainable Learning Practices" which recently have emerged - for other application areas in society as well as for education."

 Video and multimedia in teaching and learning
Informal learning and informal video
Clive Holtham Cass Business School, UK
The video iPod as an Interactive Learning Tool
David Seume The Ashcombe School, UK
REPLAY - The ETH Zürich Multimedia Portal System
Olaf A. Schulte ETH Zürich, MMS, Switzerland
 Didactics and the use of video in teaching and learning
Mutimedia & video as tool for enhanching reflective practice in Higher Education
Michael O`Donoghue University of Canterbury, University Centre for Teaching & Learning (UCTL)
Approaches to teaching with a video rich discussion enhancer: a comparison
Alberto Ramirez-Martinell Lancaster University
Uses of video in schools are widening: what are the learning implications
Don Passey Lancaster University
15:30 - Coffee Break
16:00 - paper session 2
 Communication technology for sustainability and development
The PROVIDE Initiative - Personal Realisation Of the VIDeoconferencing Experience
Adrian Vranch University of Plymouth, Information and Learning Services
Sheila Buckingham University of Plymouth
 Video and multimedia in teaching and learning
Using Web-based learning enviroments in the visual arts. Using multimedia in teaching visual arts in a web-based learning environment.
Morteza Amari Telemark University college, Norway
The production and deployment of an online video learning bank in a skills training environment.
Gerald Cannon Dublin City University, Ireland
 Didactics and the use of video in teaching and learning
Video portfolio for assessment of teaching and learning in teacher education.
Judith Janssen Graduate School of Teaching and Learning - Universiteit van Amsterdam
Changing Video Genres in Supported Open Learning. The UK Open University as a Case Study
Nicholas Watson Open University, UK
  Streaming video, mobile and handheld learning
Streaming Video Formats
Frans Ward
Herman van Dompseler
Alexander Blanc
Establishing a Mediastandard for The University of Copenhagen: The Upscaling of Podcast, Webcast and Streaming Media in Highet Education
Uwe Wollin University of Copenhagen, ITMEDIA and Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, Denmark
17:00 - End of sessions
17:05 - DIVERSE Television Magazine program with Michael O`Donoghue and guests
 Television Studio, Faculty of Television Production and Film Studies, LUC
17:10 - Welcome Reception - Lillehammer University College
19:00 - Diverse 2007 Pub - Egon Restaurant & Bar at Mølla Hotel
Thursday 28 June 2007
08:30 - Transportation to Lillehammer University College
09:00 - Keynote
 Dr. Robyn Smyth, Australia
Leading rich media implementation collaboratively: Mobilising international, national and business expertise
09:45 - Break
10:00 - Paper session 3
 Stream Team
Streaming Theatre in a Virtual Classroom
Mark Childs University of Warwick, UK
Erik Lint
Peter Eversmann
Joathan Stevens
Community Stream. Using video stories and streaming technologies to capture and extend community engagement activities.
Ken Newman University of Portsmouth, Creative and Cultural Industries Faculty, UK
StreamClass: cooperation in teacher education by video
Jan Folkert Deinum University of Groningen, Holland
Mike Quickfall University of Edinburgh, UK
 Video and multimedia in teaching and learning
From NICT ([1]) to NICM ([2]): e-learning in presence or distance learning
António dos Reis Lisbon Technical University, Portugal
Johnny Widén Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Sound Images: A Three Party Model of Educational Development Using New Media and E-learning.
Erik Granly Jensen University of Copenhagen, ITMEDIA and Department of Arts and Cultural Studies
 Didactics and the use of video in teaching and learning
Using streaming video and the content based approach to develop professional communications skills of dental hygiene students.
Kitty Wortel Inholland University, Holland
Improving professional practice by using internet
Marianne Aars Tromsø University College, Norway
 Video Conferencing
Children Connecting Cultures
H. Lori Schnieders Franklin College, USA
Marjolein de Boer Holland
Increasing Quality of Primary School Teacher in Indonesia by Using Video Conferencing
Paulina Pannen SEAMEO SEAMOLEC, Indonesia
11:00 - Coffee break
11:30 - Paper session 4
 Stream Team
JISC, - Joint Information Systems Committee
Jan
 Video and multimedia in teaching and learning
Mathematics for Economics - Enhanching Teaching and Learning through the production of online video and learning objects.
William Garrison StreamLearn, LLC, USA
Ken Heather
Bridging the Digital Divide: Rethinking Open Learning for a Global Audience
Bjoern Hassler B.H.: Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies, University of Cambridge, UK
 Didactics and the use of video in teaching and learning
Teleforum Learning events
Pieter van Parreeren Inholland University, Holland
The PROVIDE Initiative - Personal Realisation Of the VIDeoconferencing Experience
Adrian Vranch
 Video Conferencing
Developing a training program for video conferencing for Project Invite
John Morgan University of Wales, Aberystwyth
MU-UWA implementation of video conferencing within a frame of innovative learning infrastructures
Alena Hradilova Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Rebublic
Libor Stepànek
12:30 - Lunch
13:30 - Paper session 5
 Stream Team
Round Table with session name: Content sharing and international co-operation

Organizers: StreamTeam in collaboration with DIVERSE and IAMS

Moderator and chair

  • Jan T.Goldschmeding (chair of StreamTeam, IAMS board member)
  • Mark Childs (Diverse)

Active participants of the roundtable will be:

  • Maaike van Leijen
  • Helle Meldgaard
  • Sylvia Moes
  • Wiebe Nijlunsing
  • Johan Oomen
  • Murray Weston
  • Clive Young
  • Hans Bronhorst

Content sharing and international co-operation

Streaming video has brought an enormous amount of content for higher education within reach This includes material from video archives, broadcasters, captured lectures and events and do-it-yourself material from students. In addition, modern harvesting techniques will find and offer materials from sources which were strictly apart in the past more. Think of video’s, learning objects, stills, etc. Tools for tagging and social bookmarking stimulate teachers and students to exchange content and expertise. Educational technologists wellcome and stimulate the new opportunities for teaching and learning. In the past few years several promising projects have been developed to bring theory into daily practice for teachers and students. We also experienced that content sharing on an international basis (such as in StreamTeam projects) has to cope with a lot of barriers.

StreamTeam, DIVERSE and IAMS, all being international organizations, are all keen to initiate international projects which will focus on making content available for educational use or which have the purpose to share educational content. In this round table we will start with a brief view on a number of national and European projects. The discussion, which is open for all DIVERSE delegates, will focus on: added value of international content sharing, main barriers in international content sharing; could these projects be a model for further international co-operation, how can streamteam facilitate initiatives.

 Video and multimedia in teaching and learning
Mediated masterclass teaching
Nils Enlund Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden
Skills Acquisition among College Students in Traditional versus Web-based Video enhanced Learning
H. Lori Schnieders Franklin College, USA
Camille A. Frey Franklin College, USA
Mrs. K and her Family trigger the learning in European Social Work. Presentation of a Virtual Book made for the VIRCLASS project.
Anne Karin Larsen Bergen University College, Norway
 Didactics and the use of video in teaching and learning
Popular Media in Learning: exploring ways in which new technologies unleash popular media for learning.
William Garrison StreamLearn, LLC, USA
Nipan Maniar University of Portsmouth, UK
Students learning together from video recorded professional practices - Enhanching the Quality of online peer feed back.

Van der Hulst, Janneke

Video lectures and PowerPoint presentations

Qvist, Palle

 Video Conferencing
Designing and Developing Enterprise VC Recording Within an Higher Educational Institution
Bob Brandie University of the Highlands and Islands, UK
Peoples Hub project
Mats Erixon Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden
15:00 - Poster sessions, exhibition, networking and coffee
 Poster 1
Professional Communication technologies in academic an non-academic environment.First outcomes of the Leonardo da Vinci Project
Hana Katrnakova Masaryk University, Czech Republic
 Poster 2
The Steep Learning Curve of Videoconferenc-ing – How the Students See it
Barbora Budikova Masaryk University, Czech Republic
 Poster 3
Lecture video – segmentation and meta-data extraction
Martin Røst Halvorsen student Gjøvik University College
Faouzi Alaya Cheikh Dr Gjøvik University College
Rune Hjelsvold Prof Gjøvik University College
16:15 - Keynote, Prof. Erik Duval, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Netherland

StreamTeam Snowflake Strategies

17:00 - End of program
17:05 - DIVERSE Television Magazine program with Michael O`Donoghue and guests
 Television Studio, Faculty of Television Production and Film Studies, LUC
17:10 - Transportation to hotels
19:30 - Conference dinner
Friday 29 June 2007
08:30 - Transportation to Lillehammer University College
09:00 - Keynote - Prof. Roel Puijk, Lillehammer University College
09:45 - Break
10:00 - Paper session 6
 Television in Digital Environments
Presence production in television
Claus J. Schibsted Knudsen Lillehammer University College, Norway
Roundtable event
Claus J. Schibsted Knudsen Lillehammer University College Norway
 Video and multimedia in teaching and learning
Video developments in mobile learning for professional placement students and mentors
Adrian Vranch University of Plymouth
Matt Newcombe University of Plymouth
Susan Lea University of Plymouth
The use of video within the Blackboard VLE to assess competence in the Administration of Medicines.
C.J. Jarvis The University of Northampton, School of Health, UK
 Videoconferencing and didactics
Video Conferencing in Mathematics: the development of the teacher and the primary school pupils.
Adam Boddison University of Warwick, UK
An overview of the new JANET Collaborate – Find, share and collaborate with other educators.
Tim Boundy UKERNA
 Streaming video, mobile and handheld learning
Friendly video storage support for students and teacher made streaming video in Educational settings at University
Gert Jan Verheij University of Groningen, Holland
Video Active Creating Access to European television History
Johan Omen
11:00 - Coffee break
11:30 - Closing keynote by Dr. H. Lori Schnieders
 "DIVERSE" community, bridging the technology language barrier: the continuing dialog "
12:15 - Closing event and "hand over ceremony"
13:00 - Lunch
13:05 - DIVERSE Television Magazine Program with Michael O`Donogue and guests
 Television Studio, Faculty of Television Production and Film Studies, LUC
13:45 - Transportation to the railwaystation

Diverse 2007 • 7th International Conference, June 27. - 29 Lillehammer, Norway

Lillehammer University College - conference.hil.no/diverse2007

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