OPCO12: Online-Event „Gesture Based Computing” am 21. June 2012

OPCO12: Online-Event „Gesture Based Computing” am 21. June 2012

19.06.2012 – Im Rahmen of Open Course 2012 "Trends in E-teaching - A Closer Look at the Horizon Report" will be held on 21. June, online event on "Gesture-based computing" instead of. The OPCO12 is a joint project of e-teaching.org, dem Multimedia Kontor Hamburg (MMKH), digital studies (University of Frankfurt) and the continuing education blogger Dr. Jochen Robes.

From the 18. to 29. June focuses on the freely accessible online course OPCO12 with Gesture-Based Computing. It deals with gesture-based applications, with the mop- and other finger-, Arm- and body movements can be controlled.

For many smartphone- and tablet users, this type of control has become an everyday. The experience of direct interaction, as it is for example used in the gaming industry has, may alter the operation of applications.
But how can the benefits of better use of gesture control in education?

A guest of the event online at 21. Juni ist Professor Ulrike Lucke, Computer science professor at the Institute for Complex Multimedia Application Architectures at the University of Potsdam. Her research interests lie in the heterogeneity and interoperability of network-based architectures, including Mobile and Pervasive Computing, particularly in the area of ​​application e-learning. She currently directs u.a. a central e-learning initiative, the use of digital media by technical, Organisations- and material development is firmly established in the width of the university.

Titel des Online-Events: Gesture Based Computing
Officer: Professor Ulrike Lucke (University of Potsdam)
Moderation: Claudia Bremer (digital studies, University of Frankfurt)
Appointment: Thursday, 21.06.2012, 17:00 Clock
Info & Login:
http://www.e-teaching.org/community/communityevents/
ringvorlesung/gesture_based_computing

Participation in the online event is free. The virtual meeting room can be accessed by logging in as guest. It is possible, put on the chat channel issues and to participate in the discussion. The technical requirement is an Internet browser and install the Adobe Flash Player version is 10.1. Various apps for mobile devices also are available. The video recording of the event can then http://e-teaching.org and http://be accessed opco12.de.

The OPCO12 runs from 16. April to 21. July 2012 exclusively on the Internet and is open to all interested. In the course unit vom18. to 29. June 2012, which is maintained by Claudia Bremer, geht es um das Thema „Gesture Based Computing“. The program, All important information and to register, can be found online at http://opco12.de.

Contact & more information e-teaching.org:
Dr. Anne Thillosen (a.thillosen@iwm-kmrc.de), Such: 07071/979-106
Sekretariat e-teaching.org: Christine Renz (c.renz @ IWM-kmrc.de), Such: 07071/979-104
e-teaching.org

www.e-teaching.org is an information portal for the use of digital media in higher education. It provides teachers and those interested in e-learning and low-application-oriented information on educational, technical and organizational aspects of e-teaching. Träger von e-teaching.org ist die Stiftung Medien in der Bildung – Leibniz-Institute für Wissensmedien. Since 2003 or was. is e-teaching.org u.a. sponsored by the following institutions or. supports: The Bertelsmann Foundation and the Heinz Nixdorf Foundation, The Federal Ministry for Education and Research, the Ministry of Science, Research and Art Baden-Württemberg, the Hessian Ministry for Science and the Arts, The Ministry of Innovation, Science and Research North Rhine-Westphalia, The Virtual University of Bavaria (vhb) und das saarländische Center for e-Learning Technology. You will find the site at http://www.e-teaching.org.

Contact & more information:
Tanja Vogel, Press- and Public Relations,
Leibniz Institute for Knowledge Media, Schleichstraße 6, 72076 Tuebingen,
Tel.: 07071/ 979-261, Fax: 07071/ 979-100, E-Mail: t.vogel @ IWM-kmrc.de

The Leibniz Institute for Knowledge Media
The Leibniz Institute for Knowledge Media (IWM) Tübingen in the teaching and learning with digital technologies explored. About 60 Scientists from cognitive, Behavior- and social sciences to work in an interdisciplinary research issues for individual and collaborative knowledge acquisition in media environments. Since 2009 maintains the IWM and the University of Tübingen, Germany's first science campus on the topic "Education in Informational Environments". Visit our website at http://www.iwm-kmrc.de.
Tanja Vogel | Those: Science Information Service
For more information: www.opco12.de
www.e-teaching.org
www.iwm-kmrc.de

This entry was posted in Rare earth and the research and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply