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Putting the E into Educational Development

Location:
Woodlands Conferencing, Red Rose Hub, Preston
Date(s):
22 April 2009 00:00

The Flourish Project at the University of Cumbria and e-PIP project at the Physical Sciences Centre are pleased to announce a free one day event for practitioners who are keen to share their experiences of implementing e-learning and e-portfolios for educational development. The aim of this day is to allow practitioners to explore the various ways of embedding and encouraging staff to use e-learning, and more specifically e-portfolios to support their continuing professional development.
 
Call for submissions

You are invited to submit a proposal for a 40 minute workshop or lead a 40 minute discussion of a case study you have been involved in. The organisers are keen to hear from practitioners who are willing to share their experiences, discuss lessons learnt and make recommendations for the future. They wish to hear stories of how your work has impacted on practice and hope to encourage delegates to take away good ideas to use in their institutions. For further details go to the conference website (see below).

Keynote

The day will begin with a keynote from Lawrie Phipps, co chair of SEDA and JISC Programme Manager.

Themes

  • Challenging existing practices
  • Embedding new approaches to professional development
  • Changing habits
  • Institutional readiness

Who is it for?

This workshop would be suitable for a range of staff involved in educational development, including academics, staff developers, human resource staff and managers in educational institutions.

Submission Deadline: February 6th, 2009.

Further Details

Visit the Conference Website: flourish.pebblepad.co.uk/viewasset.aspx?oid=37513&type=webfolio

Online booking: www.heacademy.ac.uk/physsci/events/detail/2009/flourish_epip

 

Website:
http://flourish.pebblepad.co.uk/viewasset.aspx?oid=37513&type=webfolio
Contact Name:
Sarah Chesney
Contact Email:
sarahchesney@cumbria.ac.uk

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