Tag Archive: ITEC

Jan 20

ITEC 2014 Call for Papers

Interactive Technology in Education Conference Call for Paper ITEC 2014 is fast approaching and an exciting program of international and national keynote speakers and a range of other presentations is currently being developed. The programming committee is currently calling for submissions to present in a number of different strands. Papers may be submitted in a …

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Jul 18

Virtual Excursions Australia Launches Successfully

Since the launch of Virtual Excursions Australia (VEA) at the ITEC 2013 conference by Senator Kate Kundy, we have seen the news of our humble site spread far and wide. We would like to say thanks to all the news outlets that have taken the story, and list a few of you here. Love To Read Love To Learn PSNews …

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Jul 12

Launch of Virtual Excursions Australia

New national partnership connects teachers and students to virtual excursions SYDNEY, Australia – 11 July 2013 – A new web portal providing access to online education resources was officially launched today by Senator, the Hon Kate Lundy, Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Minister Assisting for Innovation and Industry, Minister Assisting for the Digital Economy. Virtual Excursions …

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Jul 06

Professional Development

Meet Virtual Excursions Australia content providers in a series of teacher Professional Development video conferences on Monday 15 July. These Professional Development sessions connect you with a panel of content providers. The sessions are designed to enable you to ask your questions about video conferencing content and technology. These Professional Development sessions are being run as a …

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May 30

ITEC 2013 program

ITEC 2013 will feature national and international educators, innovators, researchers and industry leaders in the field of interactive and real-time technologies and techniques. Presentations will focus on technologies and programs that facilitate the delivery of rich content and the sharing of expertise and experiences across the network and directly into places of learning.