Young IT Professionals at IFIP InterYIT Partner with Global Learning Conference on Mobile Computing
IFIP InterYIT, the global body for Young It Professionals, is partnering with the Global Learning Conference on Mobile Computing, to be held on 27th and 28th January 2016, in South India.
Organised by SSM College of Engineering, India and MyMobileUniversity, Malaysia, the conference seeks to develop and promote mobile learning infrastructure, applications, devices and content under the theme, “Transforming Education, Transforming Lives”.
InterYIT Chair, Yasas V. Abeywickrama said welcomed the opportunity to work alongside key international events to promote InterYIT and encourage young professionals to actively engage in developing their knowledge and skills.
“We organised the first InterYIT international Conference in October 2015 in South Korea and also engage with organisers of other events around the world to support them and increase our reach. We are happy to be able to work alongside the Indian organisers on this useful conference.”
The primary goal of the conference is to bring together education workers and stakeholders including teachers, trainers, technologists, researchers, course designers and doctoral students in the fields of new technologies, pedagogies and policies related to Open Educational Resources (OER) and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in order to share knowledge, approaches, strategies, models, solutions and applications in an educational context.
The Global Learning Conference will deliberate on past experiences and explore future expectation of the industry and users in order to pave the way for 21st Century students, professionals and workforce to have a one-stop learning platform.
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InterYIT is the international association for Young IT Professionals and operates under the auspices of IFIP, a global federation of ICT societies and associations covering 50 nations and regions with a total membership of over 500,000 ICT professionals. Established in 2011, InterYIT exists to: encourage professionalism amongst young IT practitioners; foster communication between different Young IT groups; and to provide opportunities for young professionals to connect, share knowledge and be recognised for their achievements.