At the Request of JISC we are organising a virtual conference on the use of Web 2.0 to support
content creation for learning and teaching. The Webinar will explore many of the issues involved
including institutional deployment of Web 2.0, content creation, effective practice in teaching and
learning and instiutional strataegy and policy.
The Webinar runs from Monday 30th April to Friday 4 May, and will continue to be open for
comment after that. Each day will run from lunchtime to lunchtime, starting with live presentations
at 12.30 from two speakers.
The subjects are:
Monday - Institutional practice in implementing Web 2.0
Tuesday - Creating content using Web 2.0
Wednesday - Web 2.0 for taching and learning
Thursday - Strategy and Policy
Friday - Conclusions and recommendations
Short briefing papers have been prepared, to help focus the discussion. These highlight some of
the issues and raise a number of questions, and we hope that you will find it useful to read them
before the conference.
You are invited to register for the conference, including the live presentations (webinars).
Unfortunately we only have 100 places for the live broadcast of the webinar, however it is still
possible to view the presentations and join in the discussion.
The briefing papers can be found at:
I hope you will join us at the conference.