WCCE 2009 videos
Jaikuaa Project: through this project, which includes photo and video exploration, brazilian native indians experiment new technologies at the 9th WCCE 2009 in Bento Gonçalves/RS, Brazil.
WCCE 2009 Online Proceedings
Check some pictures of the conferece of keynotes, workshops, and meetings daily updated WCCE 2009 album on Picasa.
WCCE Alert Service
The WCCE 2009 provides a service to warn the participants about the beginning of sessions. To learn more visit the Agenda page. The notice will be sent to the participant's e-mail and cell phone (available only for Brazilian cell phones)
Social Event - brazilian music with Expresso 25
WCCE 2009 anounces: the openning concert will be with the brazilian vocal group Expresso 25.
The group embodies scenic and rhythmic elements, coreography, and interpretative aspects that go beyond the concept of singers. Please, see more information at the social event page.
WCCE 2009 Online Transmission
WCCE 2009 anounces: the information about the online transmission were updated.
See complete information at the Online Transmission Page.
SOFTEX at WCCE 2009
Brazil, for its size and cultural diversity, asks educational technology companies for a high level of excellence in the care of a qualified and distributed demand
in search of innovative solutions that generate results for both the improvement and management of education.
Joint initiative of the Apex-Brasil - Brazilian Agency for Promotion of Exports and Investments and SOFTEX - Association for Promotion of Brazilian Software Excellence - met Brazilian high-level companies
in this segment to promote their solutions in foreign trade.
Under WCCE, this joint initiative will be collaborating for the development of business, featuring Brazilian software companies to potential trading partners and international buyers. This will contribute to a movement of direct action of these companies in expanding their market and the divulgation of which is best in Brazil in educational technology abroad.
NASA at WCCE 2009
We are happy to annouce the NASA Panel at WCCE Teleconference July 27 - 1:45 pm, which will address some impacts and trends of NASA research on Technology in Education. The panelists and their speeches are:
- Timothy Eastman: Space Research Trends & Impacts on Educational Technologies
- Louis Mayo: After School Astronomy: Bridging the gap in science education
- James Thieman: The Sun-Earth Connection Education Forum (SECEF) and the Radio JOVE Project
- Robert Gabrys: The NASA Education Portfolio
- Robert Starr: NASA LEARN Project (Learning Environments and Research Network)
Unesco Brazil at WCCE 2009
In the third day of WCCE2009 (2907, 11:45 a.m.), there will be the panel "Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Education" presented by Guilherme Canela Godoi, coordinator of Communication and Information of UNESCO representative in Brazil.
The central theme will be the introduction of information technology in education in the school environment and how it can go beyond its use merely as tools in the teaching-learning process.
The theme of the panel and the support of UNESCO to WCCE2009, converge to the subject of the 9th World Conference on Computers in Education.
We are happy to annouce the WCCE 2009 keynote speakers: Dr. Bernard Cornu - IFIP,
Troy Cline - NASA, Dr. Helder Coelho - Lisbon University, Dr. Riichiro Mizoguchi - Osaka University, and
Dr Fredric Litto - ABED.
Please check the Program page .
A preliminary version of the WCCE 2009 programme is now available. Please, check the Program Page.
Staff language support
As the WCCE 2009 expects to receive people from many countries, staff will be available to provide language support in English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Italian, and Chinese.
Registration is open
Reservations and Location
Submit your paper
The goal is to present a lecture showing the Bologna process (also known as Bologna accords) and its application to Computer Science Programs. See more informations in the program page
Call for Contributions
The conference is open to everyone involved in education and training. Additionally contributors from technological, societal, business and political fields outside education are invited to make relevant contributions within the theme: Education and Technology for a Better World.
We ask for contributions to a range of activities, not only traditional papers and panels.
Potential themes and topics
Proposals are invited on a wide range of topics relevant to theme and may include, but not limited to these streams:
- Digital solidarity
- Learners and lifelong learning
- Teachers - teaching and role of teachers
- Decision making strategies/policy
- Networking and collaboration
- Innovation and creativity in schools
- IT security in Academia
- Informatics, programming and problem solving
- societal perspective
- learning and teaching
- technology and infrastructure
See more details in the submissionpage
31th December 2008 - Submission of papers and contributions
- 15th January 2009 - Submission of papers and contributions (extended deadline)
- 28th February 2009 - Notification of acceptance
- 15th March 2009 - Final confirmation to speakers
- 30th April 2009 - Submission of final version of paper for publishing
- 30th April 2009 - Submission of presentation material
WCCE 2009 Keywords list
Administration, Artificial Intelligence, Authoring Systems, Case Studies, Classroom Teaching/Practice, Collaborative Learning, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computing, Creativity, Curriculum, Developing countries, Digital Divide, Edutainment, Elementary Education, Empowering, Experimental, Government, History of Educational Computing, Home Schooling, Industry Training, In-Service Training, Integration of ICT, Intranet, Knowledge Representation, Laptop, Learning Management Systems, Learning Models, Learning Systems, Literacy, Modelling, Multimedia, Networks, Open Flexible Learning, Opportunities, Pedagogical ICT Facilitator, Policy, Problem Solving, Quality, Risks, Secondary Education, Simulation, Special Needs, Students, Teacher, Teacher Training, Teaching Methods, Tele-Teaching, Transfer, User Groups, Video-Conferencing, World Wide Web/Website, Algorithms, Assessment, Basic Skills, Certification, Cognition, Communication, Computer Science, Courseware, Culture, Decentralization, Didactics, Distance Learning, Electronic Communication, E-mail, Evaluation, Games, Higher Education, Home Learning, Hypermedia, Innovation, Instruction, Internet, Knowledge Based, Knowledge Society, Learner-Centred Learning, Learning Materials, Learning Objects, Lifelong Learning/Education, Management, Motivation, National Programme, North – South Issues, Open Learning Systems, Parents, Pedagogy, Primary Education, Programming, Research, Robotics, Self-Assessment, Social, Standards, Support Services, Teacher Education, Teaching Materials, Teamwork, Thinking, Tutor, User Interface, Virtual Reality, Vocational Education