The Events section provides links to conferences, workshops, seminars and short courses in the area of e-learning - both traditional, face-to-face events as well as online events.
For links to more significant e-learning courses and programmes see e-Learning Programmes
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Webanywhere to attend Learning Technologies and BETT 2012
e-Learning and web solutions company Webanywhere Ltd will be attending both Learning Technologies and BETT in January 2012. It's the 13th annual event for Europe's largest business training event Learning Technologies held at London Olympia. From the 25th to the 26th January over 5,000 organisational development professionals will be visiting the 220+ exhibitors and Webanywhere will be one of the companies showcasing their services at Learning Technologies 2012 event.
BETT takes place every January at the London Olympia. The BETT Learning Technology exhibition showcases companies that provide products and services for UK education. It attracts over 30,000 and 600+ exhibitors each year. Find out about BETT 2012 exhibitors with a wide range of products and services for schools - Webanywhere Ltd.
The Fifth International Blended Learning Conference: Developing Blended Learning Communities
The University of Hertfordshire's Blended Learning Unit and the UK Higher Education Academy, with contributions from the University of Calgary and the University of Queensland, are delighted to announce:
The Fifth International Blended Learning Conference: "Developing Blended Learning Communities"
The aims of the conference are to explore the notion of community in its variety of forms.
This year the main keynote will be given by Prof. Peter Bullen, Director of the Blended Learning Unit at the University of Hertfordshire and Ford Professor of Automotive Engineering.
Call for Papers, Case Studies and Posters
The conference committee invite the submission of contributions for the Fifth International Blended Learning Conference. Contributions are sought on a range of topics around Developing Blended Learning Communities. These might include, but are not restricted to: Developing blended learning communities to support and enhance different aspects of the curriculum, e.g. Employability, Internationalisation, and Lifelong Learning. Developing a community of blended learning practitioners, extending the blended learning community and/or theoretical perspectives on blended learning communities.
Abstract submission deadline Monday 18 January 2010
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Visit www.herts.ac.uk/blu for more detailsWednesday 16th - Thursday 17th June 2010 The Fielder Centre, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, UK
The University of Hertfordshire's Blended Learning Unit and the Higher Education Academy, in association with the University of Calgary and the University of Queensland, are delighted to announce
The Fourth International Blended Learning Conference:"Engaging Students in the Curriculum"
The aims of the conference are to explore the varied ways in which we engage students in the curriculum.
Call for Papers, Case Studies and Posters
The conference committee invite the submission of contributions for the Fourth International Blended Learning Conference. Contributions are sought on a range of topics around engaging students in the curriculum. These might include, but are not restricted to: curriculum design, computer supported collaborative learning, computer aided assessment, learning materials and learning objects, change management strategies and institutional policies. We would particularly welcome submissions from students telling us about their expectations and experiences.
Abstract submission deadline 19 January 2009
Visit www.herts.ac.uk/blu for more details17-18 June 2009, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK
PIXELearning's dusting up a storm with the "Chalk Dust" workshops. Starting on 23rd October with Chalk Talk 101, it's your chance to see the effectiveness of immersive learning.
Chalk Talk 101 23rd October 2008 visit http://chalktalk.eventbrite.com
Chalk up your skills 30th October 2008 http://chalkingup.eventbrite.com
Calling a Serious Solution 6th November 2008 visit http://callingaserioussolution.eventbrite.com23rd October 2008 – 6th November 2008
We're looking forward to hosting our first event after the summer break on Thursday 23rd October, 8.30am start.Our guest speakers are from the Customer Feedback Company. After several years working in e-learning James and Jonathan will show how companies like Tesco, Costa Coffee and Wagamama are using mobile phone feedback systems to learn more about their customers, staff, products and services. The possibilities for the technology are vast from customer feedback, workplace assessment to voting polls.
The session will feature a live demo so please bring your mobile phones!
A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE FORUM
We will be showing a short virtual tour of The Forum created by Ryan Courtier as part of his final year project on the Norwich University College of the Arts Computer Games Degree.
What you wanted!
Thanks to all the people who have provided comments and feedback on the 2 events we have run so far. We've listened to your comments; we'll have a delegate list and we'll keep to the running time.
Win an Ipod Shuffle!
Everyone who attends the event will have the opportunity to win an Ipod Shuffle. Drop your business card into the prize box or make sure Scott or Harry have one of your cards. We'll be drawing the winner at the event.
You must be present to collect your prize!
See you on the 23rd!
ScottThursday 23rd October 2008