On 5-6 September, 2016 UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE) organizes a big International Conference – IITE-2016 “ICT in Education: Innovation for Quality, Openness and Inclusion” – that will take place in Saint-Petersburg in the historical place of city Pushkin (former “Tsar Village”).
UNESCO IITE organizes international conferences once every two years to provide a forum for education policy makers, practitioners and experts for discussing the cutting-edge issues in the use of ICT in education. This year, building on the Incheon Declaration, the Quindao Declaration, the Education 2030 Framework for Action and Sustainable Development Goals, IITE-2016 International Conference will further the discussion of the role of ICT in the context of post-2015 education agenda and will focus on the impact of innovative approaches in the use of ICT for the sake of provision of inclusive and quality education, widening access to and openness of formal and non-formal education.
Many international leading experts will attend the conference, at which Mr. Wilfried Kainz will represent the Zero Project.
More information can be found at: http://conference2016.iite.unesco.org/en/ Please, note that the abstracts should be submitted before 15 June, 2016.