Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Computing and Information Technology Subject Network Conference

Saltire flag in the windImage via Wikipedia
UPDATE: The final programme for the event has been published with the following confirmed speakers:

Cally Beck, Academic Program Manager, IBM UK
Joyce Henderson, Team Leader, Learning and Teaching Scotland
Steven Grier, Microsoft Education Manager (Scotland), Microsoft
Margaret McKay, eAdvisor, JISC Regional Support Centre
Graeme Clark, SOLAR Project Manager, SQA
Bobby Elliott, Qualifications Manager, Scottish Qualifications Authority
Gerry Toner, SCHOLAR Programme Director, SCHOLAR
Margaret Cameron, Project Manager, SCQF
Colin Maxwell, Lecturer, Adobe/Adam Smith College
Sarah Hall, Senior Executive, Careers Scotland
Jane Richardson, Regional Development Manager, Oracle Corporation UK
Vanessa Ranaldi, Project Manager, Microsoft/Scottish Qualifications Authority
Michelle Henderson, E2C Programme Manager, CompTIA
Mark Clark, eAdvisor, JISC Regional Support Centre
Michael Kowbel, Scottish Manager, e-skills UK
Jackie Graham, Information Systems Technologist, COLEG
Marjorie Quigley, Regional Director EMEA/APAC, ComputerPREP
Tony Gurney, Computing and IT Subject Mentor, SFEU

I've been told that two thirds of the places have been booked so if you want to attend you should sign up as soon as possible.


As part of my work as Computing Subject Mentor with the SFEU I've been putting together a conference for Scottish FE computing practitioners. The blurb follows:

Following the heavy hints of last month I can now confirm what many of you know. The
Computing and Information Technology Subject Network
will take place on Thursday the 26th of June.
This free event takes place at Central College in Glasgow and includes
presentations and exhibits by many public and private sector
organisations including (in no particular order): IBM, Learning and
Teaching Scotland, Microsoft, JISC, SQA, SCHOLAR, SCQF Adobe,
ComputerPrep (CIW), Oracle, CompTIA, eSkills, Leckie & Leckie and

Places are strictly limited and going fast so to book your
free place at this event (and earn yourselves a days CPD) click over to

I look forward to seeing you there.

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