ICEM / CIME Conference - 17, 18, 19 Sept 2008

Site du Futuroscope de Poitiers - France


Visual Learning in a Digital Age


L’image dans l’éducation et la formation

à l’ère du numérique


Conference Programme


Day I Session I theme 1


Media Literacy Education in Taiwan: a proposed Model for Collaboration between Teachers, Librarians, and Parents.

Pr. Clarence T. Chu, Department of Library & Information Science, National Taiwan University,



Motivation and Language: Innovative use of film and TV media in the language classroom.

Alexander Gardner-MacTaggart, Abu Dhabi Women’s College



Visual Learning, Online Social Networks and Knowledge Construction.

Pr. Antonio Moreira, Pr. Marina Mac Isaac, Arizona State University, Universidade de Aveiro,

Portugal / United States


The Pictographic System of Communication in Boardmaker and the Portuguese Conceptual Universe: a proposal for its visual adaptation.

A. Almeida, Pr. Antonio Moreira, Maria Jose Loureiro, Universidade de Aveiro,



Day I Session II Thème 2


Design Applications and Learning Effect of Interactive and Visual Conceptual Models.

Daniel Churchill, University of Hong Kong,

Hong Kong


The Use of Computers in the Classroom: a Survey on Frequency, Student Engagement, Student Learning and Barriers.

Melissa Aguirre and Pr. Otto E. Benavides, Instructional Technology and Resource Center,

NASA Educator Resource Center, Kremen School of Education and Human Development,

California State University, Fresno,

United States 


The Effect of Pedagogical Agents on Distance Education Students’ Achievement and Attitude.

Pr. Figen Unal, Faculty of Communication Science, Anadolu University, Eskisehir.

Ozlem Ozan, Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology, Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Eskisehir,



Integrate Social Networking Technology to Facilitate Online Community Learning: EMI Special Issue Experiences.

Pr. Chih-Hsiung TU, Pr. Michael Blocher, Joshua Ntoruru, Educational Technology, College of Education, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff,

United States


Day II Plenary Session thème 3


Transforming Knowledge and Learning through Digital Technologies and Modalities.

John Hedberg, Peter Freebody, Kim Nichols, Wilhelmina van Rooy, Georgina Barton, Eveline Chan, and Penny Van Bergen, Macquarie University, University of Sydney, and University of Queensland,



ICT’s in Chilean schools.

Nibaldo Gatica Zapata and Didier de Saint Pierre Sarrut, Enlaces, Ministry of Education,



Audiovisual Literacy in Argentina.

Roxana Morduchowicz, National Media Education Program, Ministry of Education,



Day II Workshops thème 4


27 Teaching Functions that Video can achieve better than Other Media ((ICEM professional workshop).

Jack Koumi, Educational Media Production Training,

United Kingdom


Virtual Reality and Computer Games as Characteristic Digital Environment.

Zoltan Hauser-Lajos and Kis-Tóth-Csaba Komlo, University of Egger,



Research-based Design of Effective Game-based Learning: Lessons from Literature.

Cheng-Chang Pan and Michael Sullivan, University of Texas, Brownsville,

United States


Students Perceptions of Customized Visuals in Web-Based Learning Environments.

Cengiz Hakan Aydin, Anadolu University, Eskisehir,



Appreciating Visual Aesthetics in Online Learning Environments.

George Veletsianos and Charalambos Vrasidas, University of Nicosia,



Day III Plenary session theme 5


New Educational TV Channels in a Digital Age / Les nouvelles télévisions éducatives à l’ère du numérique.

Gaétan Cambra, WebTV TéléSavoirs,



Serious Games and the Situated Learning Paradigm: a Methodogical Proposal. 

Dr. Antonio Santos Moreno, Universitad de Las Americas Puebla,



A Tour of Digital Art in Europe / Un panorama des arts numériques en Europe.

Dominique Moulon, site, Ecole de communication visuelle, Paris,




SCEREN, Resources for Teaching: the French Education Service