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e4mativ - Educate, Empower, Inspire - Live from eNovaScotia

  • 26 Apr 2011
  • 9:00 AM - 2:29 PM
  • Pier 21

 

On Tuesday, April 26th we are pulling out all the stops.

Live, in person and online, three amazing digital pioneers are coming to
Nova Scotians to give us a peek into their worlds and our future.

Digital technology has changed their work and the way countless individuals,
industries, educational institutions and health professionals live and work..

Come, learn, network, and connect with leading digital innovators.

As world events prove just how powerful ideas on the Internet can be, it's
time for Nova Scotians to talk about what we can do together. Come and meet
your friends and colleagues at the first in a ground breaking series of
events that will
create a space for innovation around broadband use.

The power of network innovation is serious business and serious play. Hear
and discuss ideas about the future of simulation and virtuality in
education, health and more with:

On stage at Pier 21- Dr. Stuart Brown, Founder, The National Institute of
Play, California

On stage at Pier 21 - Dr. Ryan D'Arcy, neuroscientist, National Research
Council Canada, QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax

Online -  Chuck Hamilton, Manager, e-Learning Strategy and Solutions, IBM
Canada Innovation Centers, Vancouver

bios:
www.gov.ns.ca/econ/enovascotia/docs/eNovaScotia_e4mative_SpeakerBios.pdf

April 26 - 9 am - 2:30 pm

Live -  Pier 21, Halifax $125 includes lunch

Pods via Internet - Shelburne, Wolfville, Bridgewater, Antigonish,
Inverness, and Sydney $50

Students - $25 all locations

Pods include lunch and the opportunity for facilitated interaction with
peers locally and with the Pier 21 location.

Participate virtually from your computer anywhere, free.

This is the first of a series of events to create a virtual space in Nova
Scotia where innovation thrives and productivity results.

Information and registration:
www.gov.ns.ca/enovascotia

E-mail: enovascotia@gov.ns.ca

Twitter: eNovaScotia

 

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