Category Archives: Aveiro
How will you introduce yourself at #pleconf? Time to get creative!
Attending a conference in 2012 is no longer the big unknown it used to be. The conference scenario in 1997? You would travel by yourself to an unfamiliar destination, to meet a group of strangers with whom you would be … Continue reading
PLE Conference programme draft (Aveiro venue)
We’re now able to share the programme draft for the Aveiro venue of the PLE Conference. Papers are still under review but it’s already possible to present the main sessions of the conference. We may now assure that we’ll have … Continue reading
Are you coming to the Aveiro venue?
Then you should take a look at this beautiful video from the University of Aveiro! A few curiosities about the video: 00:20 – the main entrance of the Department of Communication and Arts, the place where we work; 00:25 – … Continue reading
Grainne Conole & Ricardo Torres Kompen at the PLEConf, the chemistry between us
As was mentioned in a previous post, one of the basic features of “the PLE Conference spirit” has been that the organizing committee has tried to organize not only an academic event, but also a different event of thought sharing; … Continue reading
Start planning your trip to Aveiro
Do you want to start planning your trip to Aveiro to participate in the PLE Conference but you don’t know how to get there or where to stay? If that’s the case, go to the Getting here page on the PLE … Continue reading
About the call for keynote speakers (Aveiro venue)
We are not sure if you noticed one of the major changes of this year’s PLE Conference. Well, it is pretty easy to explain. After reviewing all the events of the conference and how we could make them more open and participative we … Continue reading
Why you should go to the PLE Conference – a flashback to 2010 #pleconf
[This is a cross-post from Joyce’s blog at www.cats-pyjamas.net] I’m really looking forward to the PLE Conference 11-13 July 2012. The conference continues to innovate in many ways. Organisationally we’ve expanded the conference to two locations, Deakin University in Melbourne, … Continue reading
What’s great about the PLE conference?
Well since this is a participatory conference, we’re asking you all to join in – add your post-it here and let future participants know what they can gain from engaging with the PLE conference, whether they choose to participate online, … Continue reading