List of U & I project events
October to December 2008
Monday 29 September 2008 (began): CABWEB discussions Exploring the Educational Digital Divide
An online asynchronous discussion see http://elgg.jiscemerge.org.uk/francesbell/weblog/1711.html or to participate http://www.cabweb.net/portal/course/view.php?id=7
Thursday 23rd October 2008 Learning in Immersive Worlds Workshop
This is a free, one day event to be hosted at Coventry University’s Technocentre. See http://elgg.jiscemerge.org.uk/mcleang/weblog/1573.html for further details http://www.elu.sgul.ac.uk/preview/blog/?page_id=63 for programme.
27 October 2008: Emerging Mondays Digital Identities
Monday 27th – Tuesday 28th October 2008: Planet residential:
Wednesday 29th October 2008: e-Framework Workshop at the Hatton, London
Maximum of 2 people per project, but please fill in the form at:
further details at http://elgg.jiscemerge.org.uk/lawrie/weblog/1605.html
Tuesday 4th to Friday 7th November 2008, JISC on-line confence.
Learning in a Digital Age – are we prepared?
Presentations from Open Habitat, Preview and sessions in Second Life coordinated by the Emerge Project.
26th November 2009: Workshop 9 “Mobility and Learning and Teaching in the workplace, Bristol
27th – 28th November 2008: Altered States
November Conference – Altered States: Emerging practices and places
27/28 November. Themes announced and a programme/registration details available soon.
3rd to 5th December 2008: Online Educa, Berlin
Projects attending include
- Emerge (paper)
- Web2Rights (paper)
- Preview (paper)
- Moose (paper)
- UKAN-SKILLS (paper)
- Habitat (poster)
- Planet (Poster).
12th – 13th December 2008: Thought Fest '08 in Bremen, Germany and Manchester, UK
9th January 2009: Workshop 10 "Mobility and Learning and Teaching in FE", Bristol
29th – 30th January 2009 U&I Programme Meeting, York
10th – 11th March 2009 Next Generation Environments III
24th March 2009 JISC Conference, Edinburgh
31st March 2009 U&I Benefits Realisation Event (with a pre-conference workshop 30th March on Sustainability of Communities)