Innovating e-Learning 2011: Learning in transition

Registration is now open for Innovating e-Learning 2011, the sixth JISC Online Conference on 22-25th November.

Keynote speakers are as follows:
Opening address: Lord Puttnam of Queensgate
Theme 1 keynote: Bill Rammell Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Plymouth University
Theme 2 keynote: Mike Sharples, Professor of Educational Technology at the Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University
Closing keynote: Ewan Mcintosh CEO, NoTosh and expert speaker on creative ways of using emerging technologies in education

About the conference:
Taking place live and asynchronously in an online environment, Innovating e-Learning 2011 offers a big conference experience in the comfort of your own environment. Register now to explore through live presentations and asynchronous debates some of the latest thinking about the benefits and challenges of enhancing learning and teaching with technology. The registration fee remains unchanged at £50.

Who will benefit:The JISC Innovating e-Learning Conference brings together delegates from further and higher education aiming to keep abreast of new ways of enhancing learning and teaching through technology. The conference organisers welcome delegates new to online conferencing and provide support and guidance to assist you in making the most of your conference experience.

Activities Week Open Call:
Colleges and universities, JISC- funded services and projects are invited to submit contributions for hands-on activities and showcase sessions during the pre-conference Activity Week commencing 15th November. Examples of submissions include interactive resources, guided tours of simulations and virtual worlds, screen recordings and talk-throughs of a learning environment, and topics for Pecha Kucha sessions.

For further information about the open call, email Geoff Minshull ( Closing date for submissions: 3rd October 2011. A maximum of 20 selected contributors will be informed by email in mid-October.

Further information:
Follow Innovating e-Learning 2011 on Twitter @jiscel2011
Contribute your views on Twitter using #jiscel11
Conference website

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