International Conference on Creative Collaboration through Supportive Technologies (ICCCST 2015)

ProWeb Workshop

July 24, 2015, Constanţa, România

About ICCCST 2015

"Ovidius" University from Constanta, Romania, invites you to participate in ICCCST 2015- International Conference on Creative Collaboration through Supportive Technologies, designed for teachers from primary and secondary education, but also for university teachers and experts. The specific themes are:
  • Multimedia and hypermedia technologies and applications in modern education
  • Virtual instrumentation and educational software
  • Educational applications of Web 2.0
  • Fundamentals of pedagogical use of ICT in education
The Conference is an opportunity for all the participants to share their ideas, experiences and practical results in new educational technologies. The papers that meet the conference themes criteria will be published in the electronic volume, with ISBN. All published authors will receive Participation Diploma.

  • July 10, 2015 July 18, 2015 - Sending the registration form.
  • July 20, 2015 - Sending the final version of the paper in electronic format, .pdf version, in according to the template.
  • About ProWeb

    "Ovidius" University of Constanta implements the project "Network of continuous training of teaching staff to use multimedia, virtual instruments and Web 2.0 in the curricular area of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (ProWeb)", as a P1 partner. "Valahia" University of Targoviste as a beneficiary of grants, has as project partners "Ovidius" University of Constanta, "Constantin Brancusi" University of Targu-Jiu, "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu and "Stefan cel Mare" University of Suceava. The launching reunion of the ProWeb project, planned to take place throughout 18 months, was hosted by "Valahia" University of Targoviste on the 15th of July 2014 at The International Center of Conferences. The general objective of ProWeb project is improving continuous training of the teaching staff from the target group through development and implementation of innovative didactic instruments in the eight development regions in Romania. The activities developed in ProWeb project, co-financed by the European Social Fund through The Operational Sectorial Program of Human Resources Development 2007-2013, contribute to obtaining the specific objectives of the Prioritary Axis 1 and the major domain of intervention 1.3 "Development of human resources in education and training".

    About the University

    "Ovidius" University of Constanta is a public higher education institution founded in 1961, which became a multidisciplinary university, with bachelor, master and doctorate study programs, the quality of these programs being acknowledged by national and international accreditation institutions with a high degree of trust. With over 15.000 students, "Ovidius" is the largest European university situated at the Black Sea. The university is named after the roman poet Publius Ovidius Naso, which lived the last part of his life at Tomis, the Greek colony preceding the city of Constanta. The spiritual patron of the university left a cultural heritage to humankind, conveying generations to come, through ancient myths from The Metamorphoses, a message of passion and devotedness, of love, of creation, of evolution and transformation. "Ovidius" University has the mission of creating, maintaining and distributing knowledge to society through education, scientific research and artistic creation at European standards. The university is in the service of the community but has an influence in the whole Black Sea area, in Europe and beyond.

    About Constanta

    "Ovidius" University is a defining landmark of Constanta municipality, an ancient metropolis whose history begins more than 2500 years ago. Founded by the Greek colonists from Milet in the 6th century B.C., Tomis was conquered by the romans in the year 71 B.C. and renamed as Constantiana by emperor Constantin the Great, in his sisterís honor. The name was shortened to Constanta during the Ottoman epoch. During the 13th century, Genovese merchants especially dominated the Black Sea and thus Constanta flourished, and after declined, two centuries later during Turkish domination. The city started to flourish once again in the 19th century with the harbor development and the construction of the bridge over Danube. King Carol the First had a considerable role in developing the city as a main commercial node and spa retreat. Constanta developed continuously in the last years becoming the largest city in the region. Constanta harbor is the largest European harbor situated at the Black Sea and one of the largest on the continent. The city is linked to the capital and the rest of the country by a modern highway, to Europe through the Danube-Black Sea Channel and to the world through an international airport. Constanta is an important economic and cultural center, unique through its archeological treasures and the atmosphere in the old town. Its opening to all directions makes Constanta one of the most cosmopolitan cities of the country. An ethnic and confessional mosaic, a place of communication and accord, the seaside municipality is a city which draws in young people. In summer it is a preferential destination for holidays and in the rest of the year it is a metropolis for students. Spaces for sports, cultural events and fun make Constanta a vibrating city, a city of young people.

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