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The proceedings of the 13th IARTEM Conference 2015 in Berlin, Textbooks and Educational Media: Perspectives from Subject Education is now published by Springer.

This book brings together empirical research and conceptual work on textbooks and education media from 13 countries and 17 disciplines. Along with textbook production, usage, and development, it also explores the interconnectedness of (educational) policy and teaching and learning materials. (more…)

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IARTEM’s inaugural webinar will be a platform for specialists in education and materials to reflect broadly on their specialisation. The audience for the webinar is not only the research community who attend the biannual IARTEM conference but also those who work in educational and publishing fields in many countries. It is intended to inform and inspire those who are already working in and also those who are newly entering the field. (more…)

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IARTEM, INDIRE and IUL are pleased to announce that the 16th International Conference on Textbooks and Educational Media will take place in Florence on 6–8 April 2022.

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Here you can download the four keynote presentations of the 15th International IARTEM Conference held in Odense on 11-13 September.

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Throughout the conference at Odense, you will be able to find the program and overview of parallel sessions in an app. The app furthermore lets you know the name of a specific presentation and the name(s) of the presenter(s), just as it shows the time and location of the presentation.

The app is called “EventsXD”, and can be downloaded for free for both iOS, Andorid and windows. (more…)

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Good news from the organising committee in Argentina: There will be a simultaneous English/Spanish translation service at the regional IARTEM conference in Buenos Aires in September.

The main conference languages will be Spanish and Portuguese but if you do not speak those languages, you still can present your paper in English and follow part of the sessions with translation. Please contact the organisers for details. (more…)

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New version of the call for papers for the next regional IARTEM conference.

The conference will take place at Universidad de Buenos Aires. The event is organised as a cooperation between Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina), Universidad Nacional de Luján – Departamento de Educación (Argentina), and NPPD – Núcleo de Pesquisas em Publicações Didáticas de Universidade Federal de Paraná (Brasil).

Important deadlines

  • Submission of abstracts: 31 may 2018
  • Evaluation of abstracts: 10 July 2018
  • “Early bird discount” until: 31 July 2018

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IARTEM and laeremiddel.dk – The Danish National Centre of Excellence for Learning Resources – are pleased to announce that the 15th International Conference on Textbooks and Educational Media will take place at UCL University College in Odense, Denmark 11–13 September 2019. The theme of the conference is:

Researching Textbooks and Educational Media from multiple perspectives: Analysis of the texts, studying use, and determining impact.

Important dates

  • Submission of abstracts: New deadline: 30 April 2019
  • Acceptance of abstracts: 1 June 2019
  • Registration + payment (closing on): 25 August 2019
  • Publication of program

The conference will be open for professionals from all over the world who work in the field of textbooks and educational media research and development. The programme will include an intensive doctoral course for PHD students 10 September. (more…)

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The next regional IARTEM conference will take place at Universidad de Buenos Aires in September 2018. We will publish details here soon.

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Welcome to the 14th International Conference on Textbooks and Educational Media at Universidade Lusófona, Campo Grande 376, Lisboa!

Programme
Parallel sessions
Who–What–Where–When?
Map
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
Abstract book

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