17—18 June 2020 in STUK, Leuven, Belgium
Media & Learning 2020 will highlight the latest pedagogical and technical developments in the field of media-supported learning through a highly interactive agenda featuring showcases, discussions, demos, talks and workshops. It will include an exhibition showing the latest technologies, services and tools that universities and colleges can adopt to transform their use of images and sound.
Building on the success of last year’s conference which attracted 283 participants from 22 countries, we are looking forward to a spectacular event where leading experts and practitioners will share their experiences, insights and know-how along with screenings of educational media productions in the conference cinema.
Take a look at the themes for this year’s conference. If you would like to submit a proposal you will find all the information you need here - the closing date for submissions is 31 January 2020.
how the very latest developments in video technology can be put to effective use in universities and colleges
about new approaches, developments and opportunities being realised in higher education
with your colleagues about the challenges you face in integrating video-based approaches in your own institution
some of the very finest examples of video used and produced in higher educational institutions
Specialised teams in universities continue to explore how AR, VR and MR can be used to enhance learning. Take the work carried out by the team at the Centre for Innovation at Leiden University for example. But how do you move these techniques mainstream? That's a topic we will certainly be discussing at Media & Learning 2020
The annual MEDEA awards ceremony will be part of Media & Learning 2020 when we will feature the top-ranked finalists in a session dedicated to exploring the production experiences of our finalists. Find out how you can enter here.
Its not easy to record what is really happening in learning settings. That's one of the topics we will be discussing at Media & Learning 2020. Take a look at this recent news article by the recording team from Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany about their experiences in India.
Emily Nordman describes in a recent newsletter article how lecture capture can be used as a catalyst to innovate learning. Following up on this topic, we plan to explore at media & learning 2020 how capturing learning is the next logical step for lecture capture.
The effective use of synchronous hybrid virtual classrooms like the ones being developed within the Lecture+ IMEC-ICON Project will be one of the topics explored at Media & Learning 2020. Find out more about this project in our recent newsletter article.