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Live Webcast: AMEE 2015 Live online from Glasgow

The live webcast for the AMEE 2015 will be shown here from Sunday 6th September. The opening plenary will take place on Sunday at 1730 hrs with subsequent plenary sessions on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Thank you for signing up to watch AMEE 2015 Live online from Glasgow.

* The login page for the live webcast will be available shortly - we officially go live on Sunday 6th September at 17:30 (BST)

Download a copy of the Final Programme (PDF)

Watch last years conference AMEE 2014 Video Archive (Milan)

There will be two streams in operation during the event. Channel 1: Clyde Auditorium & Channel 2: Hall 2
Please note: All times listed are local UK Time / (GMT).

Ahead of the event please check with your IT department to confirm that 'live streaming' is available, and not blocked or restricted, on your network or firewall. i.e. Please check that RTMP traffic and Port 1935 are open on your firewall. Visit the Port 1935 test tool online to confirm.

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Video on Demand Archive

All sessions in the Clyde Auditorium and Hall 2 are being recorded and will made available in the 'Video On Demand' section shortly after each session - usually within 12-24hrs

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Conference App:

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  • Enter the code amee2015 and the guide will download to your device!
  • Thank you and enjoy conference.

Shaping the future of Technology-Enhanced Learning

SECC Glasgow, UK

5-6 September 2015

An exciting opportunity to take part in a 2-day Symposium to challenge current thinking and to consider the future of technology in learning.

The Symposium precedes AMEE 2015 (6-9 September). Symposium participants receive a discount on attendance at AMEE 2015.

Download a copy of the eLearning Symposium 2015 Programme

View the Final eLearning Symposium 2015 Abstract Book

AMEE Hackathon


AMEE Hackathon – bringing together medical teachers, psychologists, learning technologists, educationalists, software developers, project managers, graphic and interaction designers to create technological solutions for problems faced in education.

A medical education hackathon will be run in parallel with the eLearning Symposium. The hackathon provides an exciting opportunity to bring together medical educators and developers in computing to problem solve and take forward innovative ideas to enhance medical education. The hackathon is open to educators, students, developers and designers. If you have an idea to improve any aspect of medical education come along and team up with others to take your idea forward. This event is also open to virtual participation.


Sessions include

  • Plenaries
  • Panel discussions
  • Workshops
  • Oral presentations
  • PechaKuchaTM sessions
  • Electronic posters
  • Hackathon running in parallel with other sessions



Registration and call for abstracts opens:  early December 2014

Abstract submission deadline:  15 February 2015

Earlybird registration: 15 May 2015


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