Schools first, Information Technology second (Workshop)

Following the success of schoolit10, we are organizing schoolit11. 

Registration (free of charge) is required to attend the workshop, because there are less than 25 (status update on May 26th: SOLD OUT!) seats available for this workshop. So, hurry-up and please register for the schoolit11 workshop with your name, affiliation, and email.

The aim of the workshop is to deliver a comprehensive set of research about schools and IT in a timely and efficient way. Please read more about the motivation for this series of workshops.

We are as busy as you are, so we respect your valuable time and no presentation will last more than ten minutes, plus a five minutes discussion session.


Opening: Introduction to the workshop topic: Coping with novel ICT in Greek Schools. (video)

1. Design of Collaborative Multi-touch Screens, Leftheriotis, I., Chorianopoulos, K., (video)  *
2. Evaluation of Tip-activated and Push-button Infrared Pens for Interactive Whiteboards. Kravvaris, D, Thanou E.  (videopresentationpaper) *
3. Asynchronous Video Communication in Primary Education. Giannakos, M, Chorianopoulos, K., Polymeris, G. (videopresentation) *

4. Adaptive video tutorials. Ilioudi, C. (videopresentation, paper)

Social networking coffee-tea break

5. Collaborative laptop (sugar) in the classroom, Gratsani A. (videopresentation)
6. The effect of augmented feedback on promoting physical activity using mobile technologies, Boletsis C., Chasanidou D. (videopaper presentation)
7. Game playing and learning in the field: The design of a mixed-reality game for an art museum. Mikalef, K. Chorianopoulos, K. (video) *
8. Comparison between traditional and multimedia whiteboard for the physics course, Gourgouli, S., Lois, I. (video)

Closing panel: Discussion on novel school ICT: laptop, interactive blackboard/surfaces, tablets, video


If you cannot make it to attend in person the real thing, do not worry! The schoolit11 presentations and authors are available on full-HD video. If you want more video, then please enjoy the videos from schoolit10.


The schoolit11 workshop takes place at the Ionian University, Department of Informatics. Classroom 1, Thursday, May 26th, 2011.

The schoolit11 workshop is organized by the course Computer Supported Cooperative Work (MSc Informatics), Ionian ACM Student Chapter and it is partially supported by the Marie Curie Program CULT

The language of the workshop is Greek and English.

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