elearning made simple
- a day of workshops on elearning, run by the
elearning group for museums, libraries and archives

10- 4 on 15 June 2004, The National Archives, London

These workshops are filling up quickly, so please book in the next few days if you would like to attend
All sessions are individually bookable - details below.

Would you like feedback on your elearning project or online learning resource?
We are looking for projects to be reviewed by our panels in the 'crit rooms' (elearning project surgeries) in the last session of the day.  Each panel includes a new media practitioner and an educationalist and/or MAL practitioner.  They will offer constructive feedback on an existing website or an elearning project plan. 
There are 3 crit rooms running in parallel:
 Mainly for museums
 Mainly for libraries
 Mainly for archives

See www.elearninggroup.org.uk/15Jun04_workshops.htm for further details. 

Projects will be selected based on the following criteria:
(a) likely to throw up issues of interest to the audience (participants)
(b) variety of approaches and styles across the three domains
(c) project representative able to attend (desirable but optional)


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If you like your project to be considered, please reply by 7 June with the following information:

Title of elearning project:
URL/other identifier:
Brief description (50 words):
Contact name:
Contact details:
Section/aspect within project you would like reviewers to focus on:

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Notes on the day follow:

Attendance is limited to 15 places per workshop. Given the popularity of the previous event at the Museum of London in Nov 03, prompt booking is advised - see below.

The following information is also available at www.elearninggroup.org.uk/15Jun04_workshops.htm

Each of the following workshop sessions is individually bookable:

Mainly for museums

How to plan an elearning project
How to choose a web designer – and make the most of them
ICT-based learning events

Mainly for libraries

That loving learning feeling: engaging adult and family learners
How to create and use online trails for users (webquests)
Reaching your online community: How to set up and run a Community Archive, Online reader group, Online Collaboration Forum, etc

Mainly for archives

Evaluating and learning from elearning projects: the emsource project
Understanding your website statistics and marketing your site
ICT-based learning opportunities for visiting and remote schools


Session facilitators include
Martin Bazley, elearning producer, SEMLAC and ict4learning.com
Sheila Harden, Assistant Head of Library and Information Services, Richmond upon Thames
Virginia Havergal, Learning Development Officer SWMLAC
Tom O’Leary, Head of Education, The National Archive
Carolyn Royston, Head of eLearning, AtticMedia
Tim Saward, Learning Resources Manager, British Library
Chris Swaine, Community Learning, Becta
Helen Ward, Archive education officer, EMMLAC and project manager, em:source


Booking details
Cost is £48.50 including lunch and refreshments.
Bookings can be made by credit card over the phone via
The Interpretation Team on 020 8392 5202/5323

- or by cheque made out to 'The National Archives' by post to:
Interpretation Team, The
National Archives
Kew, Richmond, Surrey
TW9 4DU
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For enquiries relating to the content of the day, please contact Martin Bazley (see below).



Martin Bazley
eLearning Producer, www.ict4learning.com

Chair, eLearning Group for Museums, Libraries and Archives www.elearninggroup.org.uk
07803 580 727