Visit us at BETT 2010!
BETT Show 2010: London on 13 January 2010, 14.00-16.00. The ASPECT Best Practice Network is organising a workshop during the BETT Show in London on 13 January 2010 to explore the benefits of learning technology standards for discovering, creating, packaging, sharing and using educational content.
If you are a publisher, an educational tools' provider or learning professional creating your own resources, this workshop will provide you with an understanding of some of the key technology standards that will facilitate and improve the impact of your work.
Participation is free of charge but you need to register in order to reserve a place at the workshop that will be held at the Hilton hotel next to the Olympia exhibition hall. In order to receive an invitation and view the programme, please register at http://www.learningstandards.eu/bett
Making Learning Technology Standards Work for You! London Hilton 13 January 14:00 16:00. Participation is free, but you need to register to receive an invitation (limited number of participants)
14:00-14:40 - Learning technology standards: a state of the art review by David Massart, Lars Ingesman, UNI-C, EUN and ASPECT partners
- Introduction to learning technology standards (why do we need them, benefits, etc.)
- State of the art (CC, SCORM, Metadata, Vocabularies, etc.) and the future of standards
- What has been achieved? (adoption, case studies, success stories, etc.)
- Demonstration: the LRE Service Centre, How does it work? From creation of contents to delivery: the ASPECT tools in action.
14:40-14:50 - Q&A
14:50-15:10 - How do we use standards? Testimonies from the actors with representatives from three key stakeholders
- Theo Lynn, Cambridge University Press (Publisher)
- Ross Mckenzie, The Open University UK (Educational institution)
- Agueda Gras-Velazquez, European Schoolnet (Ministries of education)
15:10-15:20 - Q&A
15:30-16:50 - Publishers panel discussion.
- Theo Lynn, Cambridge University Press
- Karolina Leoniak, Young Digital Planet
15:50-16:00 - Q&A
Participation is free of charge but you need to register in order to reserve a place at the workshop that will be held at the Hilton hotel next to the Olympia exhibition hall. To register, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org