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21 August 2009
RWTH Aachen University, Aachen (Germany)
The final meeting of the JEM Thematic Network is organized as a workshop during the Eight International Conference on Web-based Learning, ICWL 2009. This collocation aims to bring attention of the more general Web-based learning community to the issues involved in bringing mathematics teaching online.
This workshop aims to present to the wider audience the work and results of the partners of the Joining Educational Mathematics thematic network that has come to its conclusion after 3 years of activity. Partners of JEM are encouraged to present an overview of their work, with a special emphasis on how they have profited from cooperation within the network. The workshop is intended for a general audience interested in knowing what are the technologies and the methodologies that enhance teaching and learning of mathematics on the web.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- lessons learned in teaching mathematics online
- case studies of eLearning in mathematics
- best practices for educational use of ICT in mathematics
- technological foundation for new eLearning applications
- semantic technologies for eLearning
- management of eLearning content
- work-in-progress, software demos
See the ICWL page for details, maps and photos of the location of the workshop. It will take place in a seminar room on the fifth floor of Super C Building beside the grand main building of RWTH Aachen University.
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