14th March 2003 at 00:00
March 31


Organised by the Rural Media Company charity, this conference explores the use of digital tools in the study of citizenship and PSHE. It includes presentations of young people's work, workshops on topics such as animation and graphic design and speakers from the British Educational and Communications Agency and the British Film Institute.

Venue: The Courtyard Theatre, Hereford

Fee: pound;70 including lunch

Sarah Laws, tel: 01432 344 039;;

April 14

Learning Spaces, Virtual Places

Hosted by e-learning research centre Ultralab, this one-day conference is aimed at professionals in education, architecture, policy and design and will explore the relationships between physical and virtual teaching environments and their effects on both teachers and pupils. Speakers include director of Ultralab, Professor Stephen Heppell and the DfES' Chris Bissell.

Venue: The Royal Horticultural Halls amp; Conference Centre

Cost: pound;149+VAT

Tel: 01245 252009;

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