08:00 AM - 09:00 AM Registration Opens (Prefunction Area)
09:00 AM - 11:00 AM Workshop Session I
Intl Ballroom I
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom II
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom III
(Theater)
Intl Ballroom IV
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom V
(Classroom)
Atlantic I/II (Theater)Pacific I/II (Theater)Catalina Room
EPP: Performing Public Secrets

Organizers: Stephanie Hendrick

DML: Tangible Programming in Kindergarten: Revisiting Developmental Assumptions through Learning Robotics

Organizers: Elizabeth Kazakoff, Louise Flannery

DML: Dialogue and Difference: New Directions in Youth Media

Organizers: Kathleen Tyner

Participants: Christian Raymond, Mindy Faber, Meghan McDermott

YDME: Exploring the Characteristics of Participatory Learning

Organizers: Vanessa Vartabedian

Participants: Laurel Felt, Maura Klosterman, Ionana Literat

 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Break
11:30 AM - 01:30 PM Workshop Session II
Intl Ballroom I
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom II
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom III
(Theater)
Intl Ballroom IV
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom V
(Classroom)
Atlantic I/II (Theater)Pacific I/II (Theater)Catalina Room
EPP: Real World Games (for Civic Action Platforms)

Organizers: Ben Stokes, Susana Ruiz, Mary Flanagan

DML: Designing for Participation and Learning with New Digital Media

Organizers: Daniel Hickey, Jenna McWilliams, Mary Beth Hines, Rebecca Rupert, Adam Ingram-Goble, Jennifer Conner

NC: Designing an Ecology for Collective Action to Support Adaptive Learning Technologies

Organizers: Gary Natriello, Hui Soo, Brian Hughes

DML: Distributed Identities

Organizers: Paul Oh, Andrea Zellner, Peter Kittie

DML: Mission Galaxy

Organizers: Chloe Varlelidi, Claudio Midolo

YDME: Designing for designers: Exploring ways in which online community settings support young people's participation as digital media creators

Organizers: Karen Brennan, Andres Monroy-Hernandez

 
01:30 PM - 02:30 PM Lunch (On your own)
02:30 PM - 04:30 PM Workshop Session III**
Intl Ballroom I
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom II
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom III
(Theater)
Intl Ballroom IV
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom V
(Classroom)
Atlantic I/II (Theater)Pacific I/II (Theater)Catalina Room
EPP: Remixing Human Rights: Rethinking civic expression, safety, privacy and consent in online and mobile video

Organizers: Sam Gregory, Elizabeth Losh

DML: The New Co-Viewing: Supporting Learning through Joint Media Engagement

Organizers: Lori Takeuchi

EPP: Research Sprint on Badges

Organizers: Alex Halavais, Ruth Schmidt

YDME: Making REEL CHANGE: Representation and Awareness of Community and Self

Organizers: Sean Weiner

DML: Thinking through Code: DIY data-mining and the politics of off-topic forums

Organizers: Kevin Driscoll, Joshua McVeigh-Schultz, Lana Schwartz

DML: Worked Examples

Organizers: Drew Davidson

Participants: James Gee, Eric Keylor, Michelle Cohen, Drew Davidson

YDME: Youth Action Research through Social Media

Organizers: Salime Chasnoff

Participants: Jeff McCarter, Tom Bailey

 
04:30 PM - 05:45 PM Break*
05:45 PM - 07:15 PM Welcome by David Theo Goldberg, Connie Yowell and Conference Chair Katie Salen; Keynote by Alice Taylor, "10 lessons from 10 games: stories from making playful education for teens" (International Ballroom I-V)
Intl Ballroom I
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom II
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom III
(Theater)
Intl Ballroom IV
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom V
(Classroom)
Atlantic I/II (Theater)Pacific I/II (Theater)Catalina Room
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Keynote

 
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM Wine Reception: Mozilla Science Fair (Promenade/Prefunction Area)
Intl Ballroom I
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom II
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom III
(Theater)
Intl Ballroom IV
(Classroom)
Intl Ballroom V
(Classroom)
Atlantic I/II (Theater)Pacific I/II (Theater)Catalina Room
Mozilla Science Fair, featuring 20+ awesome people and projects, including...

Participants: Critical Commons, Fab@Home, Hackasaurus, NYC Learning Network, P2PU, Popcorn/butter, Remixing Gender, Roadtrip Nation, School of Webcraft, WhyVille, YOUmedia Chicago, FutureClass

 

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News & Events

  • DML2012 will be held from March 1-3 in San Francisco, California. Stay tuned for more details...
  • The DML2011 Conference Evaluation is now up
  • Place your vote for the 10 best citations in the "Designing Learning Futures" literature here (visualization)
  • The DML2011 Conference Program is now online! Click here to review.
  • The deadline for conference registration has been extended to February 14, 2011 - please click here to register
  • The deadline for hotel reservations has been extended to February 8, 2011 at 5pm - click here to book your room
  • Have a dynamic, new idea you want to share at DML2011? Propose an Ignite Talk before February 7 - see the CfP for more details...
  • Hotel Registration Closes February 1, 2011 - click here to book your room and avoid LA traffic!!
  • The DML2011 Conference Schedule is online here
  • All Notifications for the DML2011 Conference Program have been sent to short talk presenters and workshop and panel organizers. Please contact your session organizer and/or dmlhub <at> hri <dot> edu if you have not received your notification
  • Student Volunteer Notifications have been sent 
  • Registration for DML2011 is now open. To register, please click here to complete the registration form and your registration payment. Registration fees will be $50 for students and underemployed and $100 for faculty, professional and employed.
  • DML2011 Conference Submission System Closed
  • Student Volunteer Applications Closed
  • Abstract Submission Deadline extended to Friday, November 5th (11:59pm PST) 
  • Invited sessions announced for the "New Collectives" track
  • DML2011 Conference Submission System Opens - http://fastapps.hri.uci.edu/
  • Invited sessions announced for the "Emerging Policies and Platforms" track
  • Invited session announced for the "Youth, Digital Media and Empowerment" track
  • Plenary session panelists and theme announced - Fran├žois Bar, Mizuko Ito, Tara Lemmey and David Washington will discuss "Transformative Play"
  • Student volunteers wanted: Applications due November 6, 2010
  • DML2011 wikidot site - to organize a panel or workshop, see http://dml2011.wikidot.com/
  • Chair, Conference Committee, CfP and Keynotes announced - DML2011 "Designing Learning Futures"
  • Location announced - DML2011 to be held in Long Beach, CA
  • Dates announced - DML2011 to be held March 3-5, 2011

Key Dates & Deadlines

Oct. 18, 2010 - Proposal System Opens

Nov. 1, 2010 - Proposals Due (extended to Friday, November 5th at 11:59 pm Pacific)

Nov. 6, 2010 - Student Volunteer Applications Due

Dec. 1, 2010 - Registration Opens

Dec. 15 - 30, 2010 - Proposal Notifications Sent

Jan. 20, 2011 - Schedule Announced

Feb. 1, 2011 - Hotel Registration Deadline

Feb. 8, 2011 - Conference Registration Deadline

Mar. 3, 2011 - DML2011 Begins