Loads of events.. roundup as of Feb 3rd

 

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  *Liverpool Community College Research Day

This tops the list as the event to go to!
The Research Day Programme is now finalised; and if you were hoping to go you’re advised to get in touch with Maria Sheridan (Maria.Sheridan  -at-  liv-coll.ac.uk) soon as there were only a few places left at the time of typing (though there are hopes that they may be able to extend their capacity ).
Priority is being given to FE & HE in FE staff
If you’re able to secure a place the fee is £50 + VAT and it’s on 6th May and Prof Frank Coffield will be there to join you 🙂 

*JISC11 conference
This year it’s in Manchester on 14th and 15th March  £50 + VAT
Visit this site for more information and details of the programme

*Higher Education in FE
FE-HE Collaboration:  drivers of change
You might recall me flagging up this conference (see the programme here) a couple of weeks ago – well they have arranged for a series of satellite events around the country and there’s to be one in Manchester – it’s less but still costs (£234 incl VAT) and it’s closer.  Contact Paul Rushworth on 0207 960 6845 or paul.rushworth  -at-  neilstewartassociates.co.uk

*The future for widening participation and fair access:  responding to the new Higher Education landscape
4th May, 10.10-4.30
£225-395 depending on sector.  Visit this site for more information

*The Research and Practice in Adult Literacy conference (RaPAL)
University of East Anglia, July 14-16
See this site for more information

*ePIC 2011 – eportfolio and identity conference
11-13 July in London (a mini-break!!) Costs are not insignificant.  See the website for more, particularly worth looking at if this is your thing.

*Assessment in Higher Education conference
Mentioned before but worth mentioning again as they make a second call for papers.  6th July.  University of Cumbria.  I don’t see any information about a fee..  Visit the website

*The eAssessment Question 2011
Conference:  London, 30th and 31st March.  £250 per day or £475 for two.  See the website

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