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UNN announces conference to discuss web technologies for education

3 Feb '15
The Arzamas branch of the Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod (UNN) is holding on March 26-27, 2015 an international conference titled “Web Technologies in an Education Environment: Problems, Approaches, Prospects.”

The event will focus on a range of pressing issues in the segment, including educational web quests and content-related aspects for high schools, vocational colleges and universities.

In addition to a top selection of Russian participants from cities as diverse as Moscow, Arkhangelsk and Yaroslavl, the conference will feature presentations and opinions by experts from Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia, Bulgaria; and the Skorina State University of Gomel, Belarus.

Official languages: Russian and English.

Time and Location: March 26, 2015 at 10 a.m., 36 K. Marx St., Arzamas, Nizhny Novgorod Region.

Participants are requested to:

1. Submit an application and an article (4-10 pages) by February 13, 2015 at matematikum@mail.ru with a “For 2015 Conference” note.

2. Pay an admin fee (100 rubles per text page + 150 rubles for mailing costs + 100 rubles for a certificate (optional). The articles will be published on http://elibrary.ru.

For more information in Russian please visit http://vk.com/konfweb .
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