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*SEDA Conference 2011:  Using Technology to Enhance Learning
17–18 November 2011, Birmingham
Cost for day delegate rate  £150 to £175 depending on whether you’re an early bird.  More information

*I tucked in these two workshops after information about an event for teacher educators a couple of weeks back, but thought it worth raising their profile more widely 
Workshops for successful conference submission and presentation:
1. Abstract Writing Days
Monday, January 9th 2012, University of Cumbria, Lancaster campus OR
Wednesday, January 11th 2012, Newman University College, Birmingham
[These workshops are run by the Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN) and so have a focus on educational conferences – a great opportunity to prepare for something coming up – there will be a particular focus on the TEAN conference coming up in May, 2012] 

2. Successful Conference Presenting
Tuesday, February 28th 2012, University of Cumbria, Lancaster campus

For Registration and further details about these two workshops visit the TEAN website
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*The JISC Digital Media have a number of workshops coming up:
15 November 2011:   Building Effective Screencasts
18 October 2011:   Managing Digital Media Collections
8 November 2011:  Video Production 1: Lectures and Interviews 2-day course
16 November 2011:   Introduction to Image Metadata
7 December, 2011:   JISC Advance – Digital Media and Copyright
All in Bristol except for the last which is in London.
All @£150 per day except for last one which costs £100

*The Future of Apprenticeships
24th November 2011, ICO Conference Centre, London W1
More information
[but note, I just spotted the price for this conference and the next – £466.80 incl VAT for education sector ]

*Part time, distance and flexible study in Higher Education
12 October 2011, Westminster Studio, London, SW1P 1SB
More information (see note above re. cost)

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