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Registration is now open!
Due to several extension requests online paper submission
will remain open
until 15 February 2013!
The EDEN Secretariat is taking care of the registration for the 2013 Annual Conference. Please, visit the Registration menu on the web and use the Online Registration Form to join the event. All attendees (presenting or visiting) are expected to register.
Registration fee includes all conference facilities, the electronic Conference Proceedings, the Book of Abstracts, the Welcome Cocktail, lunches and coffees. Authors of contributions accepted for presentation can benefit from a reduced fee. For each paper, only one reduced author’s fee will be offered.
Combined conference registration and EDEN membership with discounted fee will be offered again. Group of more than 3 persons registering from the same institution can apply for a reduced (by 15 %) conference fee. For young scholars (under 35 years), full time students and PhD students discounts may be granted.
Call for Contributions
The EDEN 2013 Annual Conference will include paper presentations, interactive workshops, poster sessions and short demonstrations.
Double peer-reviewed accepted submissions will be published in the electronic Conference Proceedings with ISBN and their summary in the printed Book of Abstracts.
- Sugata Mitra, Professor of Educational Technology, Newcastle University, UK
- Bernie Luskin, President for the Media Psychology Division of the American Psychological
- Anne Kirah, Senior Design and Innovation Anthropologist, Steria, Norway
- Kristin Halvorsen, Norwegian Minister of Education and Research
- Ana Carla Pereira, Head of Unit at EU Commission, DG Education and Culture
- Representative of the Norwegian Nobel Committee
- “Nordic online”: The best practice of distance and e-learning from the Nordic countries.
Ana Carla Pereira
Online and Social
The Conference will be supported and accompanied intensively by social networking, sharing, online and virtual presence and involvement possibilities. You are invited to share on Twitter, Facebook, Slideshare and Youtube. The conference hashtag is #EDENOslo. A curated Conference news service is collecting related information via it’s Scoop.it account.
The EDEN Oslo Facebook group is already active.
Conference Venue, Oslo
The conference will take place at the University of Oslo, campus Blindern, Georg Sverdrup Building. This building with great architecture, was inaugurated in 1999, and houses the humanities and social sciences library.
The Conference offers a great opportunity to socalize and network in an informal setting as well.
The Welcome Reception will take place on 12 June in the City Hall of Oslo (venue under confirmation). This building has a unique history, architecture and art collection which is visited by over 300 000 national and international guests every year. It is also the proud host of the Nobel Peace Prize.
It has developed into tradition of the EDEN Conferences to organise a Book and Wine Party, a gathering in the end of the first day (13 June) for the lovers of literature and good wines where they can share by short presentations their latest interesting reading experience.
The Conference Dinner on 21 June, with entertainment, will be organised in the famous Akershus Castle, located in the city centre by the Oslo Fjord.
The Dinner is combined with a folklore programme at the beginning. The EDEN Best Research Paper Award will be presented at the event.
Georg Sverdrups hus, Blindern. Photo: Francesco Saggio, UiO. Source
City Hall of Oslo
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