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JISC Using learning resources conference

Lou McGill
Last modified 12 Nov, 2007
Published 12 Nov, 2007
The Using learning resources: transforming the educational experience conference, on 22 January 2008 at Aston Business School, Birmingham will draw together work on the way learning resources are used within the education sector.

For many years a number of JISC programmes have looked at the way learning resources are used within the education sector. This includes creating, managing, sharing and re-using a wide range of materials ranging from case studies that illustrate pedagogical approaches, to question banks of multiple choice items, images, tools or learning objects.

This area of JISC activity has highlighted many cultural, institutional, technological and pedagogical issues relating to the development, design and effective use of resources for learning and teaching activities.

JISC would like to invite you to attend a conference which will be drawing together this body of work: Using learning resources: transforming the educational experience, being held on 22 January 2008 at Aston Business School, Birmingham

The aim is to take forward a synthesis of the wide range of previous work around e-content and "design for learning" to encourage an holistic approach to the design of effective learning experiences.

For further information, including the programme and registration form please go to:

http://www.jisc.ac.uk/events/2008/01/resourcesconf.aspx

 

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