News & Events

Upcoming Events

Immersive Education Initiative, Immersive Italy

6th European Immersive Education Summit 21 - 23rd June, 2016, Virtual Reality, Brain Interfaces, A.I., 3D Printing, Neurogames, Cybernetics
Time 21 - 23rd June, 2016, Universita degli Studi di Padova

London Tech Weekend

London Tech Weekend 2016 is an event that allows children from all backgrounds to get hands-on experience with the latest technology. From 3D printing to coding to Virtual Reality, this event has it all. Children will be able to design their own 3D robot bug and take part in the School Robot Challenge. For kids that love racing, they’ll be able to design their own vehicle, teach it to drive and take part in the Autonomous Driving Challenge. There will be lots of experts on-site to share their enthusiasm and knowledge.
Time Saturday, June 25, 2016 - 09:00 to Sunday, June 26, 2016 - 18:00, Covent Garden Dragon Hall Trust 17, Stukeley Street London WC2B 5LT 020 7404 7274

Immersive Education Initiative, Immersive Colorado

The World's Experts in Immersion & Immersive Technology 23 - 26th August, 2016, Virtual Reality, Brain Interfaces, A.I., 3D Printing, Neurogames, Cybernetics
Time 23rd - 26th August 2016, Denver and La Junta Colorado

Past Events

Oxonia International Conference:

Research Enterprise, Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3 - 5th August, 2015, Said Business School, Oxford, UK
Time 3rd and 4th August 2015 plus 5th August 2015 as an optional tour of the University of Oxford and Oxford Science Park

The Second World Congress on Computing and Information Technology (WCIT)
Conference Date : March 18-20, 2014

Event Overview The Second World Congress on Computing and Information Technology brings together leaders from governments, NGOs, international organizations, research institutions and private sectors to discuss the cutting edge topics in the area of computing, security, digital information, green computing, and other related topics. This multi-conference event provides the opportunity for all researchers to share and promote their knowledge.
Location Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (A.P.U) - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Developing the professionalism of educators, assessing life-long learning
Tuesday 25 & Wednesday 26 March 2014, London

The College of Teachers has collaborated with institutions across Europe to create a policy on how electronic portfolios can be used to support the professional development of educators.
The project's goal is to define the parameters of a tool that educators can use to further their career development as well as improve their ability to access employment across Europe. This policy will serve as a strong argument for the implementation of such a system at both a national and international level.
Teaching professionals from around the UK are invited to the International EU Conference to disseminate the results of the PEEP EU project to investigate a policy model for the development of e-portfolio career tracking for teachers that provides evidence of life-long learning..

Embedding Excellence in the Higher Education Curriculum
Thursday 27th March 2014, Royal College of Physicians, 09:00 - 16:00.

Providing university courses that ensure a well-rounded skillset for students and heightened employability prospects for those graduating is of paramount importance to universities.
In 2012, the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) removed limitations on the number of students with AAB grades that universities can recruit. With universities now funded by student loans, it is imperative that higher education institutions deliver optimum teaching and learning and design their curricula to ensure student attraction and retention.
Furthermore, in May 2013, Universities UK published The Funding Environment for Universities report which showed that in the overall recruitment for the academic year 2012-13 was 9% lower than anticipated. This clearly indicates the need to provide attractive courses that can enhance graduate employability prospects compared to both attending another institution and not entering higher education.
Alongside this, the February 2012 Wilson Review of University-Business Collaboration highlighted the need for higher education institutions to further engage in internships, work placements and further collaboration with the private sector to improve the employability of their students. This places emphasis on the need for universities to liaise with industry when designing their curricula in order to deliver courses that meet the needs of business.

M-learning Conference
Conference Date : April 10, 2014

Topics Included

  • Mobile Learning
  • Creating Apps
  • Arabic Educational Technology
  • Big Data
  • Flipped Classroom
  • Instructional Design
  • Blended Learning

Location Second Annual HCT – Dubai Mobile Learning Conference