OCTOBER 2 BREAKING BARRIERS: EXTENDING BOUNDARIES
Organised by Applying Learning Technologies Across the Curriculum Forum at Stirling University Management Centre, to consider the implications of the Dearing Report and University for Industry proposals. Speakers include: Professor Sir Graham Hills, academic adviser to the projected University of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland; and Bob Christie from the Skills Development Directorate within Scottish Enterprise. Fee: Pounds 95. Details: Sarah Frizzel, 01786 892008.
OCTOBER 2 NORFOLK '97: ROUTESTO READING
Organised by Norfolk Psychological Service's learning support section at the Hotel Norwich. It will focus on support for pupils with special educational needs and includes 20 seminars and an exhibition with a large information technology section. Free admission. Details: Sue Judd, 01263 713191.
OCTOBER 17 HIDDEN EUROPEANS: WORKING WITH MINORITY LANGUAGE GROUPS IN DIFFERENT SCHOOL SYSTEMS
Organised by Institut Europeen pour le Developpement des Potentiatilites de tous les Enfants at IBM Area Local Office, 76 Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1. Speakers include: Henrietta Dombey, professor of literacy in primary education, Brighton University, and Margaret Meek Spencer, the author of On Being Literate. Fee: Pounds 50, Pounds 40 members, Pounds 20 concessions. Details: Rachel Green, 0181 803 4460.