2013 iED NEWS ARCHIVES
Immersive Education news from the year 2013 includes:
- 2013-05 iED 2013 KEYNOTES : SMITHSONIAN and MIT
- 2013-04: 1st Annual K12 SUMMIT ANNOUNCED
- 2013-03 iED 2013 KEYNOTE : CYNTHIA BREAZEAL, MIT MEDIA LAB
- 2013-03: LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS TECHNOLOGY WORKING GROUP ANNOUNCED
- 2013-02: EARLY REGISTRATION OPENS FOR iED 2013
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2013-04: 1st Annual K12 SUMMIT ANNOUNCED
The Immersive Education Initiative today issued an open call for iED K12 Summit papers, posters, workshops, panels, general presentations, demos, and outliers (novel late-breaking research, technologies and techniques). The University of Colorado Boulder will host the first annual Immersive Education K12 Summit from October 24-26, 2013. Organized specifically for K12 educators and researchers, and businesses specializing in K12 education, the iED K12 Summit will provide attendees with: an in-depth overview of immersive teaching and learning technologies; an exploration of the range of student learning activities using virtual worlds, learning games, augmented reality and other immersive technologies; teacher professional development (PD) and learning; hands-on collaboration and co-creation using immersive platforms; an understanding of the potential for Immersive Education to transform educational opportunities and learning outcomes. Details are provided in the official announcement at 2013-04-iED-K12-SUMMIT-CALL.html
2013-03: LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS TECHNOLOGY WORKING GROUP ANNOUNCED
The Immersive Education Initiative today announced that its Library Technology Working Group (LIB.TWG) has expanded to include museums, forming the Libraries and Museums Technology Working Group (LAM.TWG). The newly expanded group is responsible for defining, implementing, evolving and maintaining applications and open standards related to the provision of library and museum services in the age of Immersive Education. The new group is chaired by LIB.TWG founder Jerome Yavarkovsky, Boston College University Librarian Emeritus, and Melissa Carrillo, Director of New Media and Technology for the Smithsonian Latino Center (SLC) at the Smithsonian Institution. Details are provided in the official announcement at ../../../../archives/news/2013-03-iED-Library-Museums.html
2013-02: EARLY REGISTRATION OPENS FOR iED 2013
The Immersive Education Initiative today announced that early registration for Immersive Education 2013 (iED 2013) is now open through April 1st, at which point the early registration discount expires and standard registration fees apply. Building on the success of the previous seven years of Immersive Education conferences, the world's leading experts in immersion convene in Boston this June for the special four-day event. iED 2013 features 3 tracks (Practitioner, Research and Business tracks) over 3 full days, and one additional day dedicated to hands-on workshops. Details are available on the official iED Summit website at http://summit.ImmersiveEducation.org
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Millions of Learners Worldwide
Immersive Education Initiative, the world's foremost experts in immersion and immersive technology, is a non-profit international collaboration of educational institutions, research institutes, museums, consortia and companies. The Initiative was established in 2005 with the mission to define and develop standards, best practices, technology platforms, training and education programs, and communities of support for virtual worlds, virtual reality, augmented and mixed reality, simulations, game-based learning and training systems, immersive teaching and immersive learning platforms, and fully immersive environments such as caves and domes.
Thousands of faculty, researchers, staff and administrators are members of the Immersive Education Initiative, who together service millions of academic and corporate learners worldwide.
Collaborators and Summit speakers include faculty, researchers, graduate students, and executives from the world's leading academic and cultural organizations, universities, and companies, such as United States Department of Education, United Nations, NASA, Smithsonian Institution, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), MIT Media Lab, Stanford University, UCLA, Google, Microsoft, Intel, Disney, Gates Planetarium, United States Department of the Interior (DOI) National Park Service (NPS), Italian Ministry of Education, Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), Sorbonne University (France), Keio University (Japan), Nippon TV (Japan), National University of Singapore (NUS), University of Glasgow (UK), European Learning Industry Group (ELIG), Università degli Studi di Padova (University of Padua, Italy), University of Barcelona (Spain), Italian National Research Council (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche) and many more world-class organizations.
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