Innovating e-Learning 2012
The conference is now over. Links to the presentations have been added to the programme details
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Innovating e-Learning 2012: Shaping the future
is the seventh in the popular series of JISC e-Learning Programme online conferences brought together delegates from further and higher education to explore and develop the use of technology to enhance learning and teaching.
The title of the 2012 conference, 'Shaping the future', reflects the changing educational environment and addresses the challenges that institutions and practitioners are facing. The pre-conference activity week, provided a platform for JISC-funded projects, delegates and agencies to run their own short presentations and showcase events. The main conference included keynote addresses by Dr Sue Black, James Clay and Ian Gilbert. All the sessions in the main conference were live – the recordings are now available. Sessions were supported by cross-cutting asynchronous discussion forums open to all delegates.
The conference was supported by the JISC Regional Support Centres and JISC Netskills who are provided the conference platform.
Sessions and programme overview
(View detailed programme) Note: All timings are UK GMT
|Pre-conference: Activity week|
|Starting on Tuesday 13 November, a variety of events and activities provided a lively pre-conference experience. View programme for Activity week.|
|Main conference: Shaping the future |
|Advances in digital technology are opening up new ways for learners, practitioners and institutions and providing an expanding array of opportunities. Shaping the future explored this changing educational environment and some of the challenges and innovative solutions being developed to: engage students and stakeholders; enhance learning and assessment for learning; develop digital literacies and employment potential; improve and sustain organisational efficiency; and manage organisational transformation. View full main conference programme|
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- This year the conference took place over five days allowing delegates to manage their participation around other commitments
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