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  1. 1. www.wcc2010.org<br />
  2. 2. IFIP Conferences<br />The congresswillhost 18 worldclass IFIP Conferences.<br />PartnerConferences<br />Conferences, like the South East Asia Regional Computer Confederation and the Victorian IT Teachers Associations have partnered with the World Computer Congress to build an unparralleled event in Australia. <br />AdditionalFeatures<br />As well as the conferences and content, delegates at the World Computer Congress 2010 will be able to attend the Expo, enjoy technical tours of local research and commercial technology innovators and gain industry leading certifications. <br />
  3. 3. PartnerConferences<br />The WCC2010 will partner with local, regional and international conferences in each stream. Delegates will benefit from industry leading content and the best value for money possible. <br />SEARCC - South East Asia Regional Computer Confederation Conference<br />SEARCC represents the member countries Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, and Thailand. The SEARCC annual conference will partner with the WCC in Brisbane to contribute content to all streams from the member countries in South East Asia. <br />VITTA - Victorian IT Teachers Association <br />VITTA have been running an annual conference for IT teachers that has contributed significantly to the skills and development of the sector. VITA will combine their conference with the WCC under the Learn IT stream.<br />Green IT<br />The National Green IT initiative will partner with the IFIP conference and other locally active green IT innovator to build the Sustain IT stream into an event not to be missed, which may just change the world!!<br />
  4. 4. <ul><li>Wireless Communication and Information Technology in Developing Countries (WCITD)
  5. 5. Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC)
  6. 6. Distributed and Parallel Embedded Systems (DIPES)
  7. 7. Third IFIP International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Theory and Practice (AI 2010)
  8. 8. Future Internet (FI)
  9. 9. Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Integration and Interoperability</li></ul>DeliverITconferencestreamsarededicatedtoengagingtheleading IT deliverystrategies, methodologies and research. <br />
  10. 10. <ul><li>International Information Security Conference 2010 (SEC 2010)
  11. 11. Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP)</li></ul>TrustITis uncovering the latest information on IT security and threats.<br />
  12. 12. <ul><li>Theoretical Computer Science (TCS)
  13. 13. Human Choice and Computers conference (HCC9)
  14. 14. Human Computer Interaction (HCI)</li></ul>ValueITis looking to Improve profitability through optimisation of value to clients, stakeholders and customers.<br />
  15. 15. <ul><li>Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society (KCKS)
  16. 16. History of Computing (HC)</li></ul>LearnITis dedicated to improving workforce skills by capitalising on leading IT education, e-learning, research and recruitment strategies.<br />
  17. 17. <ul><li>E-Government (EGOV)
  18. 18. Global Information Systems Processes (GISP)</li></ul>IGovernITis dedicated to developing the IT profession by adopting leading governance and e-Government initiative.<br />
  19. 19. <ul><li>E-Health (EHEALTH)</li></ul>VitaliseIT is dedicated to enable ICT to help people perform and receive more efficient, effective and safe healthcare services.<br />
  20. 20. <ul><li>ICT and Sustainable Development Working Group</li></ul>SustainITis dedicated to reducing carbon emissions by embracing sustainable IT practices.<br />
  21. 21. PlayITis a chance to interact in our learning and entertainment IT playground for kids aged 10 to 100.<br /><ul><li>Entertainment Computing (EC) </li></li></ul><li>Program<br /><ul><li>innovative content, developed by the International Program Committee and partners,
  22. 22. plenary sessions that provide expert insight and discussion on globally significant topics
  23. 23. internationally renowned keynote speakers, who will open each plenary session
  24. 24. panel discussions and interactive debates led by experts, which follow each keynote speaker </li></ul>Submission of papers:January 15, 2010<br />Notification to authors:<br />April 23, 2010<br />Camera-ready copies:<br />May 15, 2010<br />
  25. 25. Program<br />Extended events<br />
  26. 26. Learn IT<br />Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society (KCKS)<br />ProgrammeCommitteeMembers:<br />R.M. Bottino, IstitutoTecnologieDidatticheConsiglioNazionaleRicerche, ItalyA. Breiter, University of Bremen, GermanyB. Cornu, CNED, FranceV. Dagiene, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, LithuaniaB. Davey, RMIT University, AustraliaM. Kendall, EastMidlandsBroadbandCommunity, UKU. Kortenkamp, University of Education Karlsruhe, GermanyD. Kumar, BrynMawr College, USAK-W, Lai, University of Otago, New ZealandJ. Magenheim, University of Paderborn, GermanyJ. Moonen, Moonen & CollisLearningTechnologyConsultantsW. Mueller, University of Education Weingarten, GermanyC. Quinn, Quinnovation, USAC. Redman, University of Melbourne, AustraliaS. Rosvik, Giskemunicipality, NorwayE. Stacey, Deakin University, AustraliaL. Stergioulas, Brunel University, UKA. Tatnall, Victoria University, AustraliaB. Thompson, University of Sunderland, UKS. Wheeler, University of Plymouth, UKJ. Zhang, University atAlbany, USA<br />chair: Marta Turcsanyi-Szabo, EotvosLorand University, Hungary<br />vice-chair: Nicholas James REYNOLDS, University of Melbourne, Australia<br />WG 3.1 Secondary<br />WG 3.2 Higher<br />WG 3.3 Research<br />WG 3.4 Professional<br />WG 3.5 Primary<br />WG 3.6 Distance<br />WG 3.7 Management<br />WG 3.8 LLL<br />SIG 3.9 Digital Literacy<br />Communityportal<br />
  27. 27. Topics<br /><ul><li>21st century competencies
  28. 28. Developing creativity
  29. 29. Digital solidarity
  30. 30. E-management in education
  31. 31. Fun and learning
  32. 32. Informatics and programming Knowledge technologies
  33. 33. Lifelong learning
  34. 34. Policy development
  35. 35. Teacher(s) in a knowledge society e-inclusion
  36. 36. AGORA: IFIP initiative on Lifelong Learning
  37. 37. Collective intelligence
  38. 38. Digital literacy
  39. 39. Educating ICT professionals
  40. 40. Formal and informal learning
  41. 41. Future perspectives
  42. 42. Innovations of assessment
  43. 43. Networking and collaboration
  44. 44. Problem solving
  45. 45. Teacher learning & creativity
  46. 46. Teaching & Learning 2.0</li></ul>KCKS 2010 is one in a series of well-established international conferences on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Education organized by the Technical Committee 3 (Educational) of IFIP. In 2010 it is part of the IFIP World Congress celebrating the Golden Jubilee of IFIP. Papers offering contributions in any aspect of ICT in relation to competencies in the knowledge society are solicited for submission to the conference.<br />Proceedings<br />
  47. 47. www.wcc2010.org<br />a MUST!<br />and much more…<br />http://grou.ps/ifip_education/220114<br />See<br />you<br />there!<br />Turcsanyi<br />Marta<br />-Szabo<br />Nicholas<br />Reynolds<br />