Presentation at EDULEARN 2011 conference

I am attending EDULEARN (International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies) 2011 conference organised by INTEAD (International Association for Technology, Education and Development). This conference will take place in Barcelona, Spain from 4th July to 7th July 2011. I have submitted my journal with a title of ‘A Gender Based E-Learning Experience for International University Students’ for this conference preceding. I will present my work/journal as an oral presentation in this conference. This presentation will take place on 5th July at 9:30 followed by questions and answers session.

Abstract can be found from the digital library after being published in July 2011.


EDULEARN11 is an International Forum for those who wish to present their projects and discuss the latest innovations and results in the field of New Technologies in Education, E-learning and methodologies applied to Education and Research.


The International Association for Technology, Education and Development (IATED) is a non-profit private association dedicated to the promotion of international education and university cooperation in the field of Technology and Science.

IATED believes that this is best achieved through international cooperation and promotes the development of closer links among relevant educational institutions and individuals around the world. IATED supports that such international cooperation can help countries learn from each other and promotes the dissemination of scientific and technological activities.

Through the organisation of different international events, it brings together institutions, bodies and organisations from different countries of the world for discussion and cooperation.



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