After stopping in Bari, which enjoyed a sizeable (but most importantly interested and in-target) audience, the Edu Tournée will stop in Milan on 19 June.
How do you get the best out of a Smart Board? How should a projector be situated in a classroom? What can be done so that all students see—but, above all, hear—a lesson? How does one use and design a distance learning system? Today’s education makes use of new technologies, but how can they be used best? How must they work to be truly useful? How does a real multimedia classroom need to be conceived and designed? These and many other questions are what Edu Tournée, a study day on the potential of multimedia technologies for education and training, wants to answer.
The event features the attribution of training credits for the continuing education of participating Professionals:
* CFPs for members of the Order of Architects
* CFPs for members of the Order of Engineers
3 CFPs for members of the College of Surveyors
6 CFPs for members of the College of Industrial Experts (Periti)
Edu Tournée is intended for tech managers of institutes and universities, designers and maintenance workers, school directors and digital animators and teachers, but also for those involved in the design, supply, and installation of solutions and technologies, such as architects, engineers, systems integrators and designers of audio, video and home automation systems.
For the complete program and to register visit the Edu Tournée Milan page!
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