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ePortfolio, Key Competencies – Skills for Life, Learning Networks and Communities

Functional Skills , Digital Skills
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Learning Forum London 2009, 22-24 June 2009, City University.

Next 22-24 June, London will welcome the 7th international ePortfolio conference, one of the most influential events in the field of learning technologies. This will be the opportunity to explore the progress accomplished towards the "ePortfolio for all" goal and set the agenda for 2010 and the years to come.

In parallel to the ePortfolio conference, 2 other conferences will address the issues of key/functional skills and learning communities, to provide a larger context to the event – ePortfolio for employability and lifelong learning. 300 speakers, experts and delegates from all continents are expected to attend and discuss some of the hottest topics in the field of lifelong learning and learning technologies.

For more information, to submit a contribution or to attend the event, visit the Learning Forum London website:

Date: 22-24 June
Venue: City University, London, UK
Contact: Angela Harrison,
Telephone: +33 3 8643 1343
Fax: +33 3 8643 1778

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