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November 2015

  

 

If you haven't already booked a place on our Digital Learning Camp in December, there is still time to register - all the details are below.

 

We look forward to seeing you there - if you have any comments or queries, simply drop us an email on info@mylearning.org or talk to us on Twitter @mylearning_org.

 

The My Learning Team

 

Only Two Weeks Left to Book Your Place!
Digital Learning Camp, 3 December
Leeds City Museum

This event is aimed at anyone working on a digital learning project or wanting to find out more about this area.

Led by My Learning and Leeds Museums and Galleries, and supported by DLNet and CapeUK, the event at Leeds City Museum (a short walk from the train station) will be packed with workshops and short talks focusing on techniques and practical skills, which attendees can apply to their own projects. Here's a taster of the sort of thing we'll be offering on the day:
  • What qualities funders look for in digital projects
  • Ideas for free or low-cost DIY digital learning tools
  • Develop your evaluation techniques
  • Expert panel of teachers specialising in different subjects
Speakers confirmed so far include:

John McMahon, Policy Adviser at Heritage Lottery Fund
Funding Digital Heritage Projects
How HLF-supported organisations are engaging with digital, including for learning, and what projects can do to improve their impact.
 
Emma King, Museum Consultant and Deputy Chair of GEM (Group for Education in Museums)
Conducting teacher focus groups for digital learning projects
 
Paul Clifford, Learning and Creative Technology Consultant (former Digital Learning Programmes Manager at British Museum/Museum of London)
If this...then that. How collaborative and user-generated interactives can reinvigorate museums and galleries.
 
Martin Bazley, Digital Heritage Consultant and Chair of the Digital Learning Network (DLNet)
User testing in the classroom as part of developing digital learning resources for schools
 
Stuart Berry, Museums and Heritage Education Consultant and DLNet Committee Member and
Andrew Lickley, former eLearning Manager at Yorkshire & Humber Grid for Learning (YHGfL)
Introduction to video conferencing for learning

Caroline Bunce, Education & Outreach Officer, M&S Company Archive
Browsing History: Virtual Outreach at the M&S Company Archive

Confirmed teacher panelists:
 
  • Alf Wilkinson, CPD Manager for Historical Association, former Head of History and ICT Coordinator
  • Stuart Tiffany, Y5/6 Class Teacher, Farsley Farfield Primary School
  • Amanda Duke, Faculty Leader for the Arts, Steyning Grammar School and My Learning Teachers' Panel member
Refreshments and buffet lunch included.
Delegate fee 16.75 (15.00 catering costs plus Eventbrite processing/service fees).

Book your place now before 30 Nov at:

This event is at Leeds City Museum, a short walk from Leeds Station.

The British Art Show is currently at Leeds Art Gallery and opens until 5.00pm on 3 December.



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