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Innovative E-learning Conference

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A free conference to showcase and celebrate innovative e-learning projects

The Innovative E-Learning Conference will be held at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham on Thursday 27th April 2006.

The conference will showcase and celebrate innovative e-learning projects funded by the LSC including:

  • TrEACL (Technology to Enhance Adult Community Learning)
  • CACL (Content for Adult Community Learning)
  • WiPE (Widening Participation)
  • RARPA (Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement)
  • Weblogs projects for Teaching and Learning
  • E-Skills Passport
  • ITQ in ACL

The conference aims to:

Explore new ways of using technology to deliver and support learning for a variety of target groups
Share lessons learned and content outputs from projects
Provide extensive networking opportunities

There will be a variety of workshops offering opportunities to discuss the issues surrounding the integration of technology into adult learning and there will be opportunities to meet and talk to project representatives.

For further information and a booking form please visit the NIACE website

The closing date for bookings is Monday 31st March 2006.
Please note attendance at the conference is free of charge.

Those who haven’t attended an e-learning conference before are particularly welcome, as this would be an excellent introduction to developments in e-learning within ACL.

If you have any queries please contact

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