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Seminar to be held discussing the use of iPads in education

28 June 2012

A two-hour 'Padagogy Workshop' is to be held at UCL on July 13th in which the University of Adelaide's Dr Ian Green and Allan Carrington will demonstrate how iPads can be used in higher education.


Ian and Allan are Apple Distinguished Educators who run PADAGOGY events across Australia and beyond. Allan is a Learning Designer with the Centre for Learning and Professional Development (CLPD) and Ian is responsible for researcher education. They have presented their ideas to over 600 people.

The event is open to students and staff at UCL and beyond. If you have an iPad (or other mobile device) please bring it along with you.

Padagogy workshop

When: Friday 13 July 2012, 11am-1pm

Where: Cruciform Lecture Theatre 2 (B404), Cruciform Building, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT (see map)

*Non-UCL staff and students can register as external candidates on the login page

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