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PiP presenting at the JISC Online Conference 2011

Those of you that follow the PiP blog and are registered for the JISC Online Conference ("Innovating e-Learning 2011: Learning in Transition") may be interested to note that members of the PiP project team will be presenting on Thursday 24 November at 11:30 as part of the "Navigating Pathways" conference strand.  Jim Everett (Presenter) and George Macgregor (Facilitator) will participate in a collaborative session entitled, "What needs to change in curriculum design?".  This session will feature participants from three other related JISC projects (T-SPARC, OULDI, and Viewpoints) and will explore how each project has sought to construct new information, workflow and social environments to change the practices and culture of curriculum design in UK universities.

A pre-conference "activity week" session entitled, "Socio-technical ramifications of a new technology-supported approach to course design and approval", was delivered on 17 November by Jim Everett and Paul Bartholomew (T-SPARC).  An archive of this Elluminate session is available on the Innovating e-Learning Conference Forum and those of you wishing to join PiP on 24 November may wish to view the archive to better appreciate the PiP context.  Discussion points raised by the attendees of the activity week session are currently undergoing further discussion at the Innovating e-Learning Conference asynchronous discussion area.  This discussion will be kept open until immediately before the conference presentation on the 24th, so please join in the discussion!

posted on 17 November 2011 by

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