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  Innovations & Uses
27th, 28th, 29th august 2008
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Ludovia 2008: more than 400 participants expected
Ludovia is the first summer school dedicated to professionals working in French-language educational and learning-through-play multimedia. 2008 will be the 5th annual edition of the event. It will take place in Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees. It will attract software publishers and distributors, development studios, research laboratories, teachers and other professional users (from media centres, cybercafés, games centres, training and retraining establishments). It will provide a forum on current offerings and their uses, and a convivial setting for exchanges of information. These exchanges between professionals, whether in partnership or in business, are what make Ludovia a unique event in this field and bring it under the patronage of Xavier Darcos, France’s Minister for Education.

Scientific Symposium, Ludovia 2008 “Do It Yourself 2.0:

What you can do and how to do it yourself using software, devices and systems; action and production in the digital world made easy.” More than 40 selected presentations on current development projects. Organised jointly by the Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse (IRIT) at Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse III), the Laboratoire de Recherche en Audiovisuel (LARA), the Centre Pluridisciplinaire de Sémio-linguistique Textuelle (CPST) both at the Université de Toulouse - Le Mirail (Toulouse II), and the Centre de Recherche en Gestion (CEREGE) at the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises (IAE) of the Université de Poitiers. A conference with an international scope and francophone participants from laboratories in France, the United States, Mexico, Belgium, Scotland, Quebec and North Africa.