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May 13 Technology Wales 2005

Annual conference for IT directors, chief education officers, senior managers, IT professionals and academics. Seminars include: changing technology horizons; learning lessons from other technologies (nanomagnetics, F1 technology, robotics, Bluetooth and Artificial Intelligence).

Venue: Cardiff International Arena Tel: Them Ltd 01633 876204 www.technologywales.co.uk

May 23-24 Special Needs it

This assistive technology exhibition includes free How-IT-Works seminars.

Venue: Reebok Stadium, Bolton Tel: Inclusive Consultancy and Training 01457 819790 www.inclusive.co.ukexhibitions

June 6-12 New Technologies: online conference

The Specialist Schools Trust (UK) and iNet (www.sst-inet.net) are holding their fourth online conference for educators worldwide. Areas to be explored include: the pros and cons of new technologies and learning; can learning be personalised?

Email: brydon@cybertext.net.au including "Online Conference 4 Registration" in the subject box

June 15-17 eLiteracy and eLearning

Fourth international conference exploring the challenges of eLearning, the eEnvironment and the eWorld.

Venue: City Centre Campus, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Tel: 0141 548 24554944 Email: eLit2005@learningservices.strath.ac.uk

www.elit-conf.orgelit2005

June 27-30 US educational computing conference

The theme "Sparking a revolution in learning" will be explored at the National Educational Computing Conference.

Venue: Pennsylvania Convention Centre, Philadelphia.

Email: neccinfo@iste.org

www.iste.orgnecc

July 1 Improving schools with ict

This conference will explore how the school's ICT manager can become its ICT leader, technical consultant, adviser, trainer and mentor and help it achieve its objectives.

Venue: NEC, Birmingham Tel: Optimus Publishing 020 7251 4045 Fee: Pounds 225+VAT elle@optimuspub.co.uk

July 13-17 CP3: Critical practice, creative process, cultural perspective

The CP3 conference, organised by Film Education and Devon Curriculum Services, will explore the future of digital video in the classroom.

Workshops include: sound design and stories; art and ICT; animation transforming a text. Speakers include: Avril Loveless, reader in ICT in education, Brighton University.

Venue: University of Sussex.

Jane Dickson, tel: 020 7851 9450; www.filmeducation.orgcp3.html

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