Our friends at the eLearning Network are returning to Bristol with the first of their new look events on 16 July at the Bristol & Bath Science Park. Join other weelearners at the event to discuss where elearning is going.

If you’ve ever attended an eLN event you’ll know how useful they can be. If it’s your first, you’ll find it a great way to find out what others like you are up to and extend your connections in the industry. Better still, the line up for this event is really strong, with speakers including Lisa Minogue-White, Lindsey Coode, Mark Berthelemy and Owen Ferguson, so you can guarantee the discussion will be top notch.

Here’s what the eLN has to say:

This workshop looks at some of the latest developments in eLearning from agile project development approaches to the use of responsive design in developing content for multiple devices. We also take a look at what blended learning means in 2015 and give you an opportunity to do some crystal ball gazing with an Open Space session exploring a range of possible directions that eLearning might take in 2016.
  • Agile development in eLearning
  • The new blended learning
  • Responsive design in eLearning
  • What’s new in Learning Technologies
  • Open Space session
Best of all, the event is free to eLN members and membership is now just £29. (It used to be much more, so you really have no excuse now!) Simply join the eLearning Network and sign up. Wee’re not going to miss it.

More weelearning news soon…

It’s been a while since our last gathering, but wee’re not dead, wee’ve just been really busy with other projects. In the meantime, wee’re on the look out for people who might want to share their stories and success at a future weevent. If you fancy sharing your experience with a group of local elearning types over drinks, give us a shout.

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