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JISC Conference 2007


Last modified 08 Feb, 2007
Published 08 Feb, 2007
JISC's annual conference on 13 March will reflect the breadth of JISC activities in providing guidance, advice and opportunities for the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in education and research.

The conference will take place at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham, and the keynote speakers will be David Eastwood (Chief Executive, Higher Education Funding Council England) and Tom Loosemore (Project Director, BBC 2.0).

Delegates will be given opportunities to learn about the full range of JISC's work by participating in seminars, debates, workshops and demonstrations. In the exhibition area, a range of JISC services as well as corporate companies, agencies and associations will be able to provide advice and guidance on a range of support and resources available to institutions.

This one day event will be of interest to all those in post 16 and higher education and research involved in planning for and supporting the use of ICT, including:

  • Senior managers and those responsible for developing and implementing policy and strategy
  • Staff who play a role in supporting the use of ICT in educational organisations, including practitioners
  • Teachers and researchers with an interest in the use of ICT

To view the draft conference programme and to book places, please visit the JISC Conference 2007 website

 

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