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E-Guide National Event 2007

The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) is holding an event at the end of March to examine how advances in technology are having an impact on how adults learn.

The E-Guide National Event 2007 aims to:

  • Provide up-to-the-minute input about adult learning and e-learning issues for managers and practitioners
  • Report on the progress of embedding e-learning and share experience
  • Offer hands-on training opportunities with a range of software and hardware
  • Enable E-Guides and e-learning leaders to consider how to sustain the momentum generated by the initial training programme
  • Encourage networking across sectors and amongst subject specialists

Mary Moss, a project officer from the ICT and Learning Team at NIACE, said: "Building on the huge success of last year's event - participants will find a flexible programme to pursue their specific interests in e-learning.

"There will be the opportunity to update knowledge on e-learning developments and listen to a variety of dynamic speakers.

"We aim to give our event a truly hands-on feel with a choice of over twenty workshops that offer skills training as well as many more demonstrating good practice - from introducing the use of IT for care workers to how to use animated figures to help learning French.

The E-Guide National Event 2007 will be held on Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th March 2007 at the East Midlands Conference Centre (EMCC) University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RJ.

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