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ConnectED Conference, Milton Hill House, OXFORD – Wednesday 6 October 2004

On October 6th, UniServity is supporting a free conference in Oxford as the first in a series of eight nationwide “Connected Education Conferences”.

The conferences will address how schools can better use technology in order to achieve learning outcomes, work more effectively with each other, their local community, and fulfil the increasing demands of government and their own governors. Topics covered will include:

· The Government’s stated intent on private public partnerships

· Building community bridges and sharing best practice

· Internet connectivity

· Learning outcomes through technology

· Personalised learning, personalised devices

· Electronic parental communications

· Management and information systems

· Development of the “gifted and talented”

· Alternative means of fundraising

Conference speakers will be drawn from Schools, Community Action Network members, The E-Learning Foundation, the DFES Innovation Unit with a series of visionary and informative presentations in the morning, followed by a series of more specialised twin track break out workshop sessions in the afternoon on finance and curriculum issues respectively. The series is also being sponsored by many top education and ICT brands including UniServity, TES, Cisco, Microsoft, Intel and Toshiba. On site will be a special Toshiba tour bus with the latest Centrino laptops and a 2 mg wi-fi network.

The conference will be of interest to Head Teachers, Senior Management, Bursars, Governors and those closely involved with the delivery of all aspects of IT in their school.

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