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Learning Consultant within the Vanderlande Academy. The Vanderlande Academy is the training department for Vanderlande Industries (http://www.vanderlande.com).
I'm the project leader for the E-Learning implementation within Vanderlande Industries.
Besides this, I'm working on developing new (blended) courses, most of them related to IT Applications / Tooling, but also courses on the Baggage Handling Processes at airports.
I'm very interested in opportunities to use the Social Web for learning purposes.

Besides this, I'm a parttime student on the Open University. Currently studying the module about E-Learning.

Eeva Koroma

ICT educator and university teacher from Stockholm University, working for the Department of Education.
I have courses for students, collegues and inservice teachers in different perspectives of ICT in education both on campus and on distance.
One of my nice projects is the management of The classroom of the future for Teacher education.

Carlo Nati

Graduated in Architecture from the Universita' "La Sapienza" Roma, and holds a degree in 'Audiovisual and Multimedia Communication Technologies' from Universita' degli Studi di Ferrara. He teaches geometry, architecture and interior design at Liceo Artistico Statale. He was also in charge of supervising teacher training students specializing in Art and Design at SSIS, Universita' del Lazio. Within the Planning Department of the Ministry's General Board, he was in charge of budget management, human resources and information technologies, coordinating the management and organizational aspects thereby involved. He also collaborates with the research group EgoCreaNet, Laboratorio Ricerca Educativa (Educational Research Laboratory) at Universita' di Firenze and in Xplora - the European portal for science education. He is member of Working Group for development of Scientific and Technological Knowledge Italian Ministry of Education, University, Art, Public Administration.

Linda Giannini
Nursery school teacher; expert in multimedia and new technologies; I was supervisor of pre-service teacher training for the Degreee Course in Scienze della Formazione Primaria, University of Roma Tre and SSIS University in Rome.

Eliza Stefanova

Assistant professor at Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski", Bulgaria.
My interests and research are area of teachers education and training in field of ICT in education, innovative methods of teaching/training as well as effective use of ICT in teachers' practice.

Nikolina Nikolova

Assistant at Faculti of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Sofia, Bulgaria.
My area of interests and reserch includes the quality in education in informatics and ICTs, applying ICTs in education, preparation and evaluation of electronic educational resources, innovative didactics.

Cristina Oddone

EFL teacher in Italian High Schools and PhD student in Languages, Cultures and ICT at the University of Genova. My research interests include CLIL (teaching other subjects through English), Web 2.0 tools, films and songs in language teaching and learning.

Elitsa V. Peltekova

Student in MSc Program E-Learning at University of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski" (BG).

I am interested in web 2.0 in education and the school of the future.

M.ª Carmen Muñoz

Foreign language assistant for Spanish at the University of Zürich. I am very interested in how ICT's can contribute to increase learners' autonomy in language learning.

Stefan Andreas Keller

E-Learning-Coordinator at the Faculty of Arts and lecturer at the Institute of History, University of Zurich, Switzerland. Litlink-Instructor (Swiss academic Knowledge Management System established in Zurich, cf. www.litlink.ch ). My interests: History and new Media, Academic Knowledge Management Systems (like Litlink, Citavi oder Zotero) [in general: Technologiy enhanced research within Humanities], E-Assessment (especially E-Portfolio) and generally the chances and risks of Web 2.0 within the academic field.

Elisabeth Berg

Norwegian lecturer at the University of Zürich. I am always looking for ways to make my language-courses attractive and successful despite the fact that students often do not have much time for language-learning. ICT helps by giving opportunities for varied and out-of-class exercises.

Olga Tartakovski

E-Learning-Coordinator an the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research (IPMZ), University of Zurich. I inform and support members of our Institute on issues of using different e-learning forms in research and teaching.

Lead

Marion R. Gruber

Assistant Professor at CELSTEC (Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies), Open University of the Netherlands (NL), E-Learning-Coordinator at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Zürich (CH), and guest lecturer at the University of Innsbruck (AT). I lead the KUKUK initiative.

My research interests are applications of ICT in formal, non-formal and cultural heritage education, learning design (IMS-LD) and instructional design, open educational resources, competence development, web usability, social software and web2.0 in education.