The eLearning Network is a not-for-profit organisation that supports and promotes elearning in the UK. Associate membership is free with different tiers of paid-for subscription available, all of which include a subscription to e.learning Age. Through its activities it brings together users and vendors and the eLN is a key contributor to the annual e.learning Age awards – our industry’s black-tie awards for the year.

Why are we mentioning them? Because we’re members and lots of the people we know across the country are too. Until 2011 they had restricted their activities to seminars in London but this year, in response to member requests, they set out across the country, with Bristol their first destination outside the capital! They have a full list of events all year, with many free online seminars hosted in conjunction with ALT, the Association for Learning Technology.

Can we call weelearning an unofficial chapter meeting here in Bristol? I’m sure the committee wouldn’t be offended if we did, but everyone is welcome to weelearning, eLN membership or not. (Did we mention it is free to join?)

Post by: Sam Burrough (39 Posts)