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07/09/2008 - 10/09/2008
ED-L2L, Learning to live in the knowledge society

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ED-L2L, Learning to live in the knowledge society is one of the co-located conferences of the 20th World Computer Congress (WCC2008), organized under the auspices of IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing)

ED-L2L will take place in Milan from 7th to 10th September 2008.

ED-L2L is devoted to themes related to the role of ICT for education in the knowledge society and provides an international forum for professionals from all continents.

ED-L2L is organised by the IFIP Technical Committee 3, Education, with the support of Istituto Tecnologie Didattiche, one of the research institutes of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, devoted to the study of educational innovation brought about through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).


To provide an international forum for all interested to discuss research and practice in ICT and education, such as educators, researchers, policy makers, curricula designers, teacher educators, members of the Academia, teachers and content producers.


  • Developing digital literacy for the knowledge society: information problem solving, creating, capturing and transferring knowledge, commitment to lifelong learning
  • Learning from the past and looking at the future
  • Teaching and learning in the knowledge society, playful and fun learning at home and in the school
  • New models, processes and systems for formal and informal learning environments and organisations
  • Developing a collective intelligence, learning together and sharing the knowledge
  • ICT issues in education - ethics, equality, inclusion and parental role
  • Educating ICT professionals for the global knowledge society
  • Managing the transition to the knowledge society