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Successful Symposium Organised by Kaleidoscope

More than 260 people from 35 different countries took part in the Kaleidoscope Symposium held in Berlin on the 26/27 November.

The purpose of the Kaleidoscope 2007 Symposium was to:
  • Evaluate the impact of the latest innovative Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) research from unique teams spanning disciplines and countries in Europe
  • Understand, appreciate, recognise and debate what is meant by excellence in TEL research
  • Assess the value that Kaleidoscope has made to TEL since 2004
  • Create and extend synergies for future projects, collaborations and initiatives
Why take part


Date: 26-27 November 2007
Location: Hotel InterContinental, Berlin, Germany

The Kaleidoscope 2007 Symposium was organised by Kaleidoscope with the Programme Committee comprising leading Technology Enhanced Learning researchers from across Europe.

For further information about the Kaleidoscope Symposium, contact us at symposium07@noe-kaleidoscope.org

Award ceremony Award ceremony

Award Winners

Awards to Kaleidoscope members were made on 26th November during a special event organised in TU Berlin. These awards were made in three different categories and the results were as follows:

Award ceremony

The winners for the European Starting Researcher in Technology Enhanced Learning were Gustav Lymer and Oskar Lindwall, both from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. University of Oslo. In second place was Anniken Furberg from the University of Oslo, Norway and Miguel Bote-Lorenzo, University of Valladolid, Spain, ended as third.

The winner for the European Award for Technology Transfer was Ton de Jong, University of Twente, The Netherlands, in second place was Birgit Gaiser, Knowledge media research centre Germany, for the e-teaching.org initiative and in third place was Margarida Romero from OUAK France for the Euro-CAT-CSCL project.

The winner for the Kaleidoscope Press and Communications Award was Guiliana Dettori, Istituto Tecnologie Didattiche, Italy.
Read more about the awards (published 27 Nov. 2007)

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