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Learning Technologies Africa 
 8 – 10 September 2008
Abuja, Nigeria

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iPED International Conference 2008
'Researching Academic Visions and Realities

 8 – 9 September 2008
United Kingdom

e-Learning Asia 2008
10 – 11 September 2008
Seoul, Korea (South)

The 2nd African Conference on Curriculum Development 
16 – 18 September 2008
Willow Park Confere Centre,
Kempton Park, Gauteng,
South Africa

Asia-Pacific Regional Preparatory Conference for the
2009 World Conference on Higher Education

24 – 26 September 2008
Macao, SAR Macao,

Digital Resources for the Humanities & Arts (DRHA08)
14 – 17 September 2008
Cambridge, United Kingdom

VIDLATEL '08 – 1st International Workshop on Visual
Design Languages and Applications for Technology-Enhanced Learning 
17 September 2008
Maastricht, Netherlands

CREATEL08 – International Workshop Creation of
Technology-Enhanced Learning Solutions for 24/7 Professionals

16 September 2008
Maastricht, Netherlands

37th Annual NSEE Conference 
24 – 26 September 2008
Orlando, FL
United States

Innovations in Learning
24 – 26 September 2008
San Jose, California
United States

Enhancement of Knowledge on Higher Education and its
Dissemination: Imperative for Policy and Practice 
 25 – 27 September 2008
Cluj-Napoca, Romania

College Teaching and Learning Conference 
29 September- 2 October 2008
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States


CREAD 2008 
5 – 8 October 2008
Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro

HighEdWeb 2008: Infinite Solutions
5 – 8 October 2008
Springfield, Missouri
United States

1 – 3 October 2008
Cairo, Egypt


SIRCA 2008 Grant Cycle Announcement & Guidelines

The SIRCA Programme is pleased to announce a call for grant proposals to identify future research leaders and facilitate their development through the support of research grants.

The awards are intended to ensure capacities to conduct research in the area of Information and Communications Technology for Development (ICT4D) are built in Asia. This applies particularly to emerging researchers based in Asia who are relatively new to ICTD research. The programme promotes broad-based high-quality multidisciplinary research in ICT development, e-services, new media use and social impact, and policy for the benefit and advancement of individuals, organisations, nation and society. This grant focuses on social science research, in particular, the relationships between ICTs and society. Projects focusing on developing ICT applications or other similar types of action research without the social science element would fall outside the scope of this grant.

There are three categories of funding

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