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Melbourne 2011 "Screen Futures Summit. Industry Innovation Education", Melbourne (Australia), 9–12 July 2011.

In July 2011, Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) and its partner/sponsors will be hosting a four-day international summit in Melbourne to bring together media educators at all levels (primary, secondary and tertiary) in company with media producers, distributors, publishers, critics, bloggers and game producers from around the world to discuss and illuminate the future of the screen.
Alongside lectures, screenings and presentations by leaders in the field, the Screen Futures Summit will also be running a conference structured around two related themes : Screen Worlds and Screen Education. While Screen Worlds will be concerned with the implications of the changing media landscape for the creative industries, Screen Education will be concerned with the impact of these changes on students, teachers and the curriculum.
ATOM and its summit partners are therefore inviting papers from all those with an interest in the past, present and future of the screen, from both industry and education.

Suggested topics for papers include, but are by no means limited to :
the impact of Web 2.0 on media industries and educators
the role of new media technologies
multi-platform storytelling
the future of broadcasting and film production
media education and the national curriculum
the relationship between interactivity and learning
the potential for gaming within the classroom
issues surrounding copyright
publishing in the digital age.

Abstracts of no more than 200 words, plus a brief CV, should be sent to John Nicoll at screenfutures@internode.on.net. Expressions of interest must be received by 1 March 2011.
Papers may also be published in either Metro or Screen Education – ATOM’s print journals. Both publications are listed with the ARC for research purposes and contributors may request their papers be peer-reviewed. Standard pay rates will apply to any papers selected for publication.

For more information about the summit and to purchase discounted ’early bird’ tickets, please visit the Screen Futures website

ACMI, RMIT University, La Trobe University, Copyright Agency Limited (CAL), Australian Children’s Television Foundation (ACTF), Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM), Metro magazine, Screen Education magazine

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