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March is bringing AINAC

AINAC_ticketNetworking Academy Conference brings together IT and Network educators from Austria and beyond

It is already the 14. AINAC – Austrian International Networking Academy Conference – which will take place from Tuesday 4. until Thursday 6. March 2014 at FH Technikum Wien. The event, organized by the Cisco Networking Academy Community and the Ministry of Education is dedicated to “Mobile Learning Companions” in all educational scenarios imaginable.

The Technical Team of Cisco Networking Academy brings new IT Knowledge Nuggets and will show that learning about networks can be fun. There will be more opportunity to understand and experience with topics like … Smart Grid, IP Telefony and Security, Cloud, Apps for teaching Mathematics, … . Another highlight will be the first market presentation for the Smart Amp Collaborative Software – a solution allowing to connect a variety of different devices to a collaborative workspace for students to work together and for teachers to upload lesson material and conduct real-time assessments – which will be released on 1st of April 2014.

We are very happy, under the lead of SC Dr. Christian Dorninger from the BM:UKK, to welcome Andre Richier from the European Commission who will address educators about the eSkills shortage Europe is facing.

Next Steps:

1. Check out the program and register at www.ainac.at

2. Block the date in your calender: Tuesday 4. March 2014 to Thursday 6. March 2014
2. Termin im Kalender eintragen: FH Technikum Wien, 6 Höchstädtplatz, 1200 Wien

3. Plan your trip to Vienna

LINKS

eSkill Shortage in Europe

www.netacad.com

Networking Academy Austria

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