All Notifications for the DML2011 Conference Program have been sent to short talk presenters and workshop and panel organizers. Please contact your session organizer and/or dmlhub <at> hri <dot> edu if you have not received your notification
Student Volunteer Notifications have been sent
Registration for DML2011 is now open. To register, please click here to complete the registration form and your registration payment. Registration fees will be $50 for students and underemployed and $100 for faculty, professional and employed.
DML2011 Conference Submission System Closed
Student Volunteer Applications Closed
Abstract Submission Deadline extended to Friday, November 5th (11:59pm PST)
Invited sessions announced for the “New Collectives” track
DML2011 Conference Submission System Opens – http://fastapps.hri.uci.edu/
Invited sessions announced for the “Emerging Policies and Platforms” track
Invited session announced for the “Youth, Digital Media and Empowerment” track
Plenary session panelists and theme announced – François Bar, Mizuko Ito, Tara Lemmey and David Washington will discuss “Transformative Play”
Student volunteers wanted: Applications due November 6, 2010
DML2011 wikidot site – to organize a panel or workshop, see http://dml2011.wikidot.com/
Chair, Conference Committee, CfP and Keynotes announced – DML2011 “Designing Learning Futures”
Location announced – DML2011 to be held in Long Beach, CA
Dates announced – DML2011 to be held March 3-5, 2011
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