This year the IDC conference will be co-hosted by the New School and Sesame Workshop in New York City. The IDC’s mission is to bring together researchers, designers and educators to explore new forms of technology, design and engaged learning among children. The conference incorporates papers, presentations, speakers, workshops, participatory design experiences and discussions on how to create better interactive experiences for children. Several of the workshops will also be child-friendly. IDC 2013 will offer a wide-ranging program, supporting and…
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2013 World Congress of Play
The World Congress of Play is the first conference that brings all the play industries together (toys, board games, video games, digital play, theme parks and more) to foster new relationships, new ideas, and new business in a rapidly changing market. Miles Ludwig, Managing Director, Content Innovation Lab at Sesame Workshop, will speak about how children interact with different platforms. For more information, visit http://www.worldcongressofplay.com/.
Digital Kids Conference NYC 2016
Digital Kids™ Conference returns to New York on February 15-16, 2016. The conference is geared toward brand owners, game developers, entertainment and media executives, marketers, producers, digital media directors and licensing professionals seeking to engage children online and on digital devices. Sesame Workshop’s Vice President of Research & Evaluation, Jennifer Kotler, PhD, is an advisor for Digital Kids. Learn more about the event here, and register online.
ASU GSV Summit 2019
The ASU GSV Summit draws more than 4,500 leaders in education and talent tech. Attendees at this year’s summit will include CEOs, investors, school, district and university leaders, media, enterprise learning and talent leaders, politicians, foundation leaders and policy makers. https://www.asugsvsummit.com
CSforALL Summit 2019
The CSforALL Summit is a multi-day convening focused on rigorous, inclusive and sustainable computer science for all US students. There will be two plenary sessions where you will hear from both local and national stakeholders impacting systems change within CS education and highlighting their 2019 commitments. This year’s event takes place in Salt Lake City, Utah from October 21-23, 2019. The Joan Ganz Cooney Center’s Executive Director Michael Preston will lead “Leveraging Public Media to Inspire All Kids to See Themselves…