Management

We provide a range of management services in relation to technology enhanced learning projects. This includes the set up and management of pilot projects designed to field test new and innovative tools and platforms and user trials to assess the use and acceptance of new technology enhanced learning services.

The July issue of the Media & Learning newsletter is out!

Highlights in this month's newsletter include an article on "The value of audiovisual material in remembrance education", by Karen Vander Plaetse, Flemish Institute of Archiving, Belgium; "Using Video to Engage Distance Learners", by Steve Hogg, Head of Learning Technologies, and Andrew Doig, Instructional Developer, Southampton Solent University, UK; a book review "Film in Action – Teaching language using moving images by Kieran Donaghy", reviewed by Mathy Vanbuel, ATiT, Belgium, and news articles about "Annual MEDEA Awards open for entries & new prizes announced", "Kaltura Video in Education Survey 2015", as well as the Videogame Cultures Project: 7th Global Meeting 11 - 13 September, UK, and plenty of other notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training.

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Live surgery via satellite at ESHRE2015 Lisbon

The ATiT team produced a three hour live interactive TV broadcast from three operation theatres at the Lisbon Santa Maria Hospital on Tuesday 16 June 2015 at the occasion of the ESHRE 2015 Annual Congress. At the Fiera Internationale Lisbon, the room was packed with hundreds of viewers to watch and comment live surgeries by world renown endoscopic surgeons. Questions from the audience were relayed directly to the surgeon in the operation theatre making the broadcast a real interactive event.

The June issue of the Media & Learning newsletter is out!

Highlights in this month's newsletter include an article on "A Framework for Film Education in Europe", by Mark Reid, British Film Institute, UK; "Adopting the ideas and technologies of the Maker Movement in schools", by Wietse van Bruggen, Kennisnet, The Netherlands; an article on "Media Meets Literacy Conference in Warsaw", by Sally Reynolds, ATiT, Belgium, and news articles about the series of M&L webinars, Webinar on empowering women in media education as well as a "Publication of Media Literacy in Europe: Inspiring Ways to involve Parents", and plenty of other notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training.

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The May issue of the Media & Learning newsletter is out!

Highlights in this month's newsletter include an article on "Media Literacy in Luxembourg", by Serge Linckels, Ministry of Education and Youth (Luxembourg), an article on "E-Learning tools in animal biology", by Jacopo Vizioli and Pierre-Eric Sautière, Université Lille 1 - UFR de Biologie (France), an article on "Giving and Getting", by Julian Ingle, Queen Mary University of London (UK), and news articles about the series of M&L webinars, the EMOOCs 2015 Conference, as well as the MEDIAWISE Society @ MML Conference and plenty of other notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training.

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The April issue of the Media & Learning newsletter is out!

Highlights in this month's newsletter include an article on Media Literacy in Montenegro by Jelena Perovic, PhD in Communication Science at the Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), an article on "Kids@Play", an experience of “Learning by Doing” by Alberto Barbero, Computer Science Professor in Fossano (Italy), an article on the First European Summer School on Designing MOOCs by Sally Reynolds from ATiT, and news articles about the series of M&L webinars, the Inspiring Science Education Light Competition and plenty of other notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training.

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The March issue of the Media & Learning Newsletter is out!

Highlights in this month's newsletter include an article on Embodied Learning by Karien Vermeulen, Waag Society (The Netherlands), an article on The value of video in education by Rob Higson, University of Derby (UK), an article on Media for Science Education by Dennis Liu, Head of Educational Media, HHMI (USA), news articles about the series of M&L webinars, the launch of the new round of MOOCs by the EMMA project, the deadline for submissions for the Inspiring Science Education Light Competition (31 March 2015) and plenty of other notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training.

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February issue of the Media & Learning Newsletter now published!

Highlights in this month's newsletter include an article on Media and information literacy (MIL) at UNESCO by Georges Boade from UNESCO, an article on EDIT2014: A Finnish, Austrian and German Video Pedagogy Collaboration by Janne Länsitie and Blair Stevenson from Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finland), an article on Using Open Media Archives by Theo Kuechel, Education Consultant (UK), news articles about the series of M&L webinars, the opening of the School Education Gateway, and plenty of other notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training.

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JamToday Fair held in Brussels

The first annual fair of the JamToday network took place in Unioncamere Piemonte & Neth-ER in Brussels on February 11.  It brought together about 80 different people from different sectors and (new) partners of the network interested in creating game-based solutions for challenging problems. The day was a mix of talks, workshops on setting up and running your own game jam and demonstrations of some of the games created in the last round of game jams organised by JamToday partners. Sally Reynolds gave a talk as part of the programme on the type of issues faced by game producers when creating games to be used in classrooms, where she drew on experiences of introducing teachers to games made during JamToday game jams which aim to teach students how to programme. More here.