East Midlands Learning Technologists

East Midlands Learning Technologists' Group, supported by ALT

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS – Spring EMLT meeting

on March 4, 2014
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Not long to go now until our Spring 2014 EMLT meeting!

It’s going to be held on the 2nd of April at the University of Derby from 13:00 to 16:00 with a buffet lunch available from 12:00.  Our theme this time is…

‘Video Killed the Radio Star’

… we’ll be thinking about all things digital video creativity.  Or rather, we’d like you to help us think about all things digital video creativity.  If you’d like to submit a proposal for a PechaKucha presentation then you can do at http://goo.gl/ZqIa8R – approx. 6 minutes, 20 slides on whatever you think might be relevant to the rest of the group on your work with digital video… from small scale creativity in the curriculum to doing things BIG!  From innovations to issues… we’d love to hear about it.  Use the form, submit an idea… share with the rest of us!

If you can get your ideas to us by Wednesday March 12th  then we can start to finalise the programme.

As ever, if you haven’t yet booked a place, please head over to our Eventbrite booking form at http://emltspring14.eventbrite.co.uk  – there’s a password for the booking form which is as follows:  em1t  (that’s a one instead of an ‘L’ in the middle).  It’s free to attend, there’s food available… and there are only a few places left… so get your skates on!

Look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible and sharing in the great work that’s going on in our region.

Sarah

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