Tuesday, September 18, 2007

"e-learning - making it work" - a one day national conference

Now I am at Handheld learning but if your not Mr Mobile like me and are interested in real people in FE showing real work this event is for you .

If its half as good as the recent ALT-C conference its got to be worth a day out .

"e-learning - making it work" - a one day national conference
on 11/10/2007 for practitioners and managers in FE, ACL, and
work-based learning

The full programme for this conference is now available on the ALT web
site at:


The event, which has been organised by QIA and ALT with the support of
JISC, Becta, CEL, and LSN, will take place at the excellently equipped
and very congenial National College for School Leadership in Nottingham
on 11 October 2007.

The programme provides "bullet point" summaries of the wide range of 20
facilitated workshop sessions that will be available during the day.

Sessions are organised so that each delegate will be able to attend 4 of
the 20 workshops, thereby ensuring that all delegates can choose a mix
of sessions that are relevant to them. Summary handouts for all sessions
will be provided.

There will be a closing keynote from Margaret Bennett, QIA Director of
Partnerships and Communications.

There is also a descriptive flyer for the day at:


Online booking for the event will close on 28/9/2007. There is a link to
the booking form from http://www.alt.ac.uk/.

Please draw the event to the attention of people in your organisation
whom you think will benefit from attending.

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