Join us 7 - 11 March 2016!

In International Week 2016, we want to start a new substantial co-operation between universities.

What is Future Learning?

In International Week 2016 we'll discuss these topics and search new ways to collaborate in order to getting prepared for education's future.

Call for Contributions

The contributions will be submitted as short 90 second videos. The technical quality is not the issue, it is your suggestions that are.

Important Dates

Deadline for “Call for Contributions”: 7 February

Student view - video clip

Student Julian Stegmaier tells how he sees future learning.

Registration

Welcome all teachers, professors, researchers, librarians as well as R&D, IT and other administrative staff members.

In International Week 2016, we want to start a new
substantial co-operation between universities.

Changes in higher education has been remarkable in the past five years: the rise of MOOCs is not the only challenge to the universities.

Ph.D. (Engineering) Jyrki J.J. Kasvi is a member of the Finnish Parliament and the chair of the Espoo City Council. In addition to a political career, Jyrki Kasvi has worked as Research and Development Manager of the Finnish Information Society Development Centre and research scientist in the Helsinki University of Technology.

Jyrki J.J. Kasvi

Jari Multisilta is the the director of the University Consortium of Pori (FI), professor of multimedia at the Tampere University of Technology (FI). He has studied learning and educational technologies and has been the principal investigator and coordinator of several national and international research projects on his research area.

Jari Multisilta

Ph.D. Harri Ketamo is start-up entrepreneur and an independent researcher with over 15 years of experience in learning sciences, artificial intelligence, data mining and game development. He is founder and chief scientist at HeadAI ltd, a company focusing on semantic data management. Prior he has founded SkillPixels ltd (games based learning) and gameMiner ltd (game AI).

Harri Ketamo