5th JISC international online conference 23rd – 26th November 2010
Bringing Innovation to Life: from adversity comes opportunity
Pre-conference activity and reading week opens on 16th November 2010
Delegate fee: £50
An opportunity to work with leading thinkers and experts to explore highly topical issues such as:
- How might colleges and universities change in response to recent policy announcements?
- How can we sustain a culture of innovation in the current economic climate?
- Are we offering what students really want and need in relation to technology?
- How can we transform current assessment practice to promote learning?
- Is the future mobile?
Innovating e-Learning 2010offers:
- over 20 live sessions followed by in-depth asynchronous discussion in a highly participative format
- opportunities to interact with the keynote speakers and colleagues over and above what would be expected from a more traditional conference.
- flexibility – live sessions are recorded so you will not miss out and can participate in as many sessions as you wish.
- interactive guided tours of virtual worlds
- opportunities to try out innovative JISC projects and services in the ‘have-a-go’ area
Visit the conference website at www.jisc.ac.uk/elpconference10 for a full list of presenters and abstracts including:
- Keri Facer, Professor of Education at Manchester Metropolitan University and Director of the CREATE centre
- Graham Galbraith, Deputy Vice Chancellor and Jon Alltree, Director of Learning, University of Hertfordshire
- Aaron Porter (President)and Usman Ali (Vice President (HE)), National Union of Students
- Anne Miller, inventor, author and co-founder of The Technology Partnership
Elliott Masie, internationally recognised futurist, analyst and researcher on workforce learning, business collaboration and emerging technologies and Head of the MASIE Centre