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Distance Learning Forum: final meeting of 2012-2013

14 May 2013

The third and final Distance Learning Forum of the 2012-13 academic year will be held on Wednesday 3 July alongside the inaugural CPD and Short Courses Forum. 

Man using iPad. Image by C Regina.

Image: Man using iPad by Claudia Regina

Interest in distance learning continues to grow across UCL and an increasing number of distance-learning courses are either ongoing or in active development. There have also been similar developments in the field of CPD and short courses. 

Attendees at the final Distance Learning Forum of the current academic year will be able to find out more about what's happening across the institution in this area and hear from colleagues engaged in distance learning and/or CPD-related activities. 

The event will include the following:

  • Introductions (Matt Jenner, E-Learning Environments)
  • CPD and Short Courses (Professor Andrew Eder, Associate Vice-Provost Enterprise)
  • Distance Learning and UCLeXtend update (Matt Jenner, E-Learning Environments)
  • From the ground: hear from academics involved in distance learning 
  • From the schools: school-focused presentations and discussion (Chaired by Fiona Strawbridge, E-Learning Environments) 
  • Networking and drinks reception

If you would like to speak in the 'from the ground' section, or at an event in the 2013-14 Forums, please get in contact with E-Learning Environments (ele@ucl.ac.uk).

The meeting will take place on Wednesday 3 July from 3pm-5pm in Wilkins Old Refectory.

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