Last week I went to the Interactive Technology in Education 2009 (ITK) – conference. It really is a remarkable event that has took place in Finland already for 20 years: in a country of 5 million people, more than 1500 education technology experts get together every year for three days to share. My first time […]
Month: April 2009
The Finnish Wikiversity – called in Finnish “Wikiopisto” – was just given its own domain under the http://www.wikiversity.org. The Finnish Wikiversity is now the tenth “official” Wikiversity in the world. You can now found us from here http://fi.wikiversity.org. In Finland, having your “own university” feels right now so good. Why? We are in a middle […]
Telegram from A. Aalto to Aalto U.
We will soon be part of a new University in Finland, called Aalto University. “Aalto University is created through a merger between the Helsinki School of Economics, the University of Art and Design Helsinki and the Helsinki University of Technology.” The name Aalto is making references to Alvar and Aino Aalto, a Finnish architect and […]