July 16 2010
Westminster Kingsway College
The MaharaUK 2010 conference will showcase a range of exciting and innovative work taking place with e-Portfolios from across all sectors. Don Christie, a founder and director of Catalyst, the company that leads the technical side of the development of Mahara is flying in from New Zealand to provide updates and future directions of Mahara.
Lisa Gray, JISC e-Learning Programme Manager will be joined by Gordon Joyes, University of Nottingham to demonstrate findings from a number of funded projects, suggesting that e-portfolio implementation is particularly complex. Come along to hear about the new threshold concepts!
Plus ‘show-and-tell’ projects and innovative work conducted by Mahara users from around the UK.