Nevertheless if you are still here and read this: My name is Ekkehard Brüggemann, born 1971. I live in north germany near the city of hamburg. My original profession is special educations teacher dealing with a love-hate relationship with information techology in general which started to develop in the demoscene during the 1980th, the digital underground of 8bit machines.
I still gather energy by grinding the topics of todays and yesterdays challenges of a variety of digital systems and am also very interested in internet policy and digital society concerns.
Today I work more or less fulltime as a media consultant for the NLQ (Niedersächsisches Landesinstitut für schulische Qualitätsentwicklung) of lower saxony, north germany and multiplicate the world of media technology to schools and teachers. For NLQ I run a mobile virtual reality studio, work with a group of educators from lower saxony repsonsible for inclusion and media technology and also consult to the media ethics group of NLQ in general. Additionally I'm responsible as the head of the municipal media center of Landkreis Harburg which is lead by the school departement of our district.
On a charitable base i work for the public demoscene association digitale kultur e.V., for IAKM (Internationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Kommunikation und Medien) which organises a yearly congress for communication workers in general and the local Freundeskreis Filmmuseum Bendestorf e.V. which runs one of the few museums of north germany about film in a historical context in our district.
And still I work for a few hours a week as a teacher at the special education school "Schule An Boerns Soll" in Buchholz in der Nordheide.
I´m also one of the repsonsible persons for our local film festival Heide-Wendland-Filmklappe.
Published articles (german language only):
for MedienpädagogikPraxis Blog
articles on our mediacenter blog (german language only):
I´m webmaster and webdesigner of the following sites:
my school multimedia & art projects:
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