The sixth JISC online conference takes place this year on 22-25 November 2011, with pre-conference activities running from 15 November.
The conference is relevant to a wide range of delegates from further and higher education. Register now here to explore through live presentations and asynchronous debates some of the latest thinking about the benefits and challenges of enhancing learning and teaching with technology.
The title of the 2011 conference, Learning in transition, reflects the challenges institutions and practitioners are facing in the fast-changing landscape of post-16 education, including preparing students for employment.
Sessions are organised under two themes, each with its own keynote presenter:
- Learning landscapes explores the potential in technology to forge cross-sector collaboration through which further and higher education institutions, learners and employers can work together to shape a more forward-looking curriculum
- Navigating pathways opens up some of the challenges involved in learning and teaching in a digital age and discusses potential technology-enhanced solutions
New this year
The conference this year has a distinctly participatory feel with even more live events. You can take part in a number of ways:
Register at www.jisc.ac.uk/elpconference11
- Contribute to the pre-conference activity week. Innovations this year include a Pecha Kucha session. To take part, email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Try out new tools and techniques throughout the pre-conference week
- Share your reflections as the conference unfolds in a designated Thinking Space
- Participate in live Elluminate® debates
- Be inspired to contribute to James Clay’s blog, Letters from the Edge
- Follow the conference on Twitter @ jiscel2011
- Contribute your views on Twitter using #jiscel11
The fee for Innovating e-Learning 2011 remains unchanged at £50. Don’t wait – book now for the best value-for-money conference of its kind!
Why the coffee picture?
Well as everyone knows the coffee tastes better at an online conference…