PLAIS Bulletin 25

Serdecznie zapraszam - naprawdę warto


Dear European Learning Innovators,

Paper Submission - Deadline Extension

Having considered the numerous requests from authors who wish to work more on their paper, the online submission will remain open until 31 January.

The 2009 EDEN Annual Conference in Gdansk will focus on the significance and impact of learning innovation in Europe.

In the European Year of Creativity and Innovation

What did you invent for tomorrow?

We invite you to join EDEN in Gdansk, the Hub of E-learning Innovation in June 2009, to make the EDEN Conference once again the leading showcase of progressive ideas and inventions, which may develop into valuable innovations.

  • Come and share: what did you invent for tomorrow?
  • Ask speakers and colleagues about what you consider important that needs to be invented and implemented in technology enabled learning environments!
  • Learn about trends in innovation and creativity for education!
  • Exploit the unique networking, partnership building and collaboration opportunities!

For details on how to submit contributions to the conference please visit this link.

We look forward to receive contributions (including paper proposals, workshop ideas, posters and short demonstrations) by 31 January 2009. Please use the on-line form.

Gdansk, the Conference Venue

Gdansk, the capital of the Pomerania region is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland and also in Northern-Europe. One of the most attractive Hansa cities, Gdansk enjoys the combination of beauty of landscape, architecture and history, as well as being a busy seaport, a centre of science, education and culture.

The Patron of the EDEN 2009 Conference is: Lech Walesa, former President of the Republic of Poland, the famous Gdansk citizen, Nobel Peace Prize holder.

The new Gdansk Music and Congress Centre and the next door Polish Maritime Museum with picturesque architecture, in the heart of the Old Town will host the EDEN 2009 Conference.

Gdansk has direct flight connections with over 25 European airports. Ferry or railway connections from Copenhagen and Stockholm may also be used.