Wednesday, 27 May 2015

FW: Dublin eLearning Summer School 2015 - "Digital Agendas?"


Dublin eLearning Summer School 2015 - “Digital Agendas?

Dublin Institute of Technology, 22 June to 26 June - booking now open

Since 2003, the award-winning Dublin eLearning Summer School has operated as a forum for those interested in experiencing, exploring and learning more about existing and emerging learning technologies. With a unique combination of keynote speakers, seminars and hands-on workshops, participants get an opportunity to immerse themselves in the digital mindset, supported by eLearning experts from across the Irish higher-education sector. While the emphasis is on collaboration, discussion and social learning, ELSS also gives participants an opportunity to develop their personal learning networks as they discuss meaningfully, with like-minded peers, how technologies could be utilised to enhance learning, teaching and assessment experiences. ELSS15 takes place from 22-26 June 2015 inclusive, hosted in the Dublin Institute of Technology, Bolton Street Campus.

Daily rates are available (75 euros per day) and participants from both public and private sectors are very welcome!

For more details - see

Questions? Email or phone 01-4027866


Kind regards,





Dr. Pauline Rooney FSEDA


Learning, Teaching & Technology Centre,

Dublin Institute of Technology


tel: +3531 4027891





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