Tablettists: design thinking, virtual reality, creation

Rethink and capitalize on the potential of learning in the 21st century and the 4th revolution. 4th edition of Tablettistes, January 6, 2017 in Ottawa.

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Rethinking and capitalizing on the potential of learning in the 21st century and the 4th revolution: this is the theme of the 4th edition of Tablettistes which will be held on January 6 in Ottawa.

This one-day bilingual conference will bring together young people, experts, innovators and visionaries from the world of education, technology and media. The primary idea is simple: to create tangible opportunities for dialogue between content producers and education experts.

Les Tablettistes put forward a panel of experts from various backgrounds and disciplines. The varied program will combine conferences, meetings and practical activities. Four major themes will be explored

  • The meeting of arts and sciences
  • Creative opportunities
  • The magic of the imagination
  • Design to fail, learn to succeed
Also, workshops on virtual reality, an introduction to design thinking and collective animation frame by frame.
 

Some guests:

Glenn O'Farrell - President and Chief Executive Officer - Groupe Média TFO
Gillian Ferrabee - Creative Laboratory Director - Cirque du Soleil
Jade Raymond - Vice President and General Manager - Electronic Arts (EA)
Ernest Webb - Co-founder, Creative Director and Vice-President - Schoolû
James Milward - Founder and Executive Producer - Secret Location
Judith Bonnard - Director of Communications - Université de Sherbrooke
Sylvain Després - Design educator - La Cité
Dr. Jean-François Jégo - Assistant Professor - University of Paris 8
Graham Brown Martin - Author and speaker - Learning {Re} imagined

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