The Swiss Network for International Studies¬†(SNIS) proposes a debate on the¬†education for tomorrow: “Information and Communication Technologies in Education: Opportunities and Challenges”.
“How do new technologies open¬†new opportunities¬†for education at a global level? How do they help us face the challenges of migrations and globalization? What are the main features of digital natives and what is their relationship with current school systems?” Dr. Francesc Pedr√≥, chief¬†of Education Policy at¬†UNESCO, and an expert from the¬†UNHCR Learn Lab¬†will discuss these issues during the debate, which will take place on Monday, February 15, at 17.30 in Locarno,¬†in the¬†Aula Magna of ¬†SUPSI¬†Dipartimento formazione e apprendimento.
Registration is free and can be done from the event’s page on the SNIS website.
iCorsi2, the eLearning platform of USI and SUPSI, has now a brand new look!
Lorenzo Cantoni¬†and¬†Stefano Tardini¬†will open the series of meetings “Ap√©ro 2012-2013”, organized by the Servizio didattica e formazione docenti (SEDIFO) of SUPSI, with a discussion (in Italian) on the topic “Plagiarsim and other unfair academic behaviors“.
The meeting will be on¬†Monday, December 3, at 17.30, in the SUPSI seat of Manno – Palazzo E (room 111).
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On Tuesday, September 7, 2010 a workshop on “Teaching and learning in the age of ICT and multimedia” will be held. The following speeches are scheduled:
– Lorenzo Cantoni (Dean of the Faculty of Communication Sciences at USI, and scientific director of eLab): “Technologies and their users”;
– Stefano Tardini (executive director of eLab): “Digital natives: just a label?”;
– Floriano Moro (Dipartimento Formazione e Apprendimento, SUPSI): “Why do teachers use / adopt ICT in the classroom?”.
The workshop will take place at SUPSI in Manno – Palazzo E, room 111, from 16.30 to 18.30.
“Developing and managing an effective virtual campus: the eLab experience in the Swiss higher education context”
Botturi, L., L. Cantoni, B. Lepori e S.Tardini (2009). Developing and managing an effective virtual campus: the eLab experience in the Swiss higher education context. In M. Stansfield and T. Connolly (eds.), Institutional transformation through best practices in virtual campus development: advancing e-learning policies, Information Science Reference, Hershey – New York, 254-268. >>> download