It is with great delight that the Learning Technologies Team at Durham University invite you "to number 10". No, not an evening of discussing policy with Gordon Brown, but a chance to spend a few days in Durham in January talking about e-Learning.
This year's theme is "anti?social" - exploring the opportunities and challenges that Social networking tools such as netvibes, flickr, facebook, etc. offer to the more traditional centralised institutional services such as Blackboard. I expect we'll also have a few papers reflecting on people's experiences with Blackboard release 9.
Full details of the event are available on our blog:
The conference will be held on Tuesday the 5th of January and Wednesday the 6th of January, 2010. We will be using the Calman Learning Centre for the presentations, with the evening dinner held in the Great Hall of Durham Castle.
We'd love to see you there and hope you will consider submitting a paper, volunteering to review some papers and also registering for the event itself.
In these budget-focussed times, we have dropped the prices from last year (with full registration now costing only £125 if you register before the 14th of November, £140 thereafter).
If you've any questions you can contact any member of the team using the email address on the blog, or just post a comment and we'll answer it online.
Dr Malcolm Murray
Learning Technologies Team Leader