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Boston Digital Media Summit

Kevin Roebuck
Director, Digital Experience
The dates for the 2008 Boston Digital Media Summit have been set for Jan 12-13. This 
year the focus of the Summit is Immersive Education and I'll be presenting on the Immersion SIG and work with MPK20 + MIRTLE federation. Below is a partial list of
speakers, with the full program due to be published online mediagrid.org.

DATE: January 12th and 13th
LOCATION: Boston College
DETAILS : http://mediagrid.org/summit

:::::::: Speakers include (partial list) ::::::::

Aaron E. Walsh
Director, Immersive Education Initiative | Faculty, Boston College

Gene Koo
Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School

Timothy J. Magner
Director, U.S. Department of Education | Advisor, Immersive Education Initiative

Jeff Orkin
Research Assistant, MIT Media Lab | co-Chair, Immersive Education Initiative

John Carfora
Director of Sponsored Research, Amherst University | co-Chair, Immersive
Education Initiative

Daniel Laughlin
Research Scientist, NASA Learning Technologies (LT)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Nolan Bowie
Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government
Senior Fellow, Harvard Berkman Center for the Internet and Society
Advisor, Immersive Education Initiative

Larry Johnson, CEO, New Media Consortium

Ben Decker, Founder, Harvard University Interactive Media Group

Jeff Kleiser, CEO, Synthespians Hollywood Studio

Ian Lamont, Senior Editor, New Media, Computerworld

Kevin Roebuck
Worldwide Market Development Manager for e-Learning, Sun Microsystems

Hilary Mason
Assistant Prof. New Media and Computer Science, Johnson & Wales University

::::::::::::: Hands-on Labs and Workshops :::::::::::::

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