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Extended abstracts and presentations will be added to this site.
The Shock of the Old 2 follows on from last year's conference held in Oxford (March 2001). The Shock of the Old series seeks to explore the impact of communication and information technologies on teaching and learning in a traditional setting. Speakers from around the UK have been invited to present briefing sessions, observations, and examples of innovative practice, focusing on the contextual factors which determine the success or otherwise of using new technologies in teaching and learning.
The conference is organized by Oxford University's Learning Technologies Group, with sponsorship from the Institute for the Advancement of University Learning.
This event will be followed by the one-day colloquium Beyond Chalk and Talk, to be held on the 12th April in the Oxford Union Debation Chamber. (Visit the Beyond site for further details.)
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Fee: £60.00 (includes lunch in Keble College)
Oxford University staff members may attend this event free of charge, thanks to sponsorship from the Institute for the Advancement of University Learning.
Picture credits: 'c.1958 science class'. Taken c.1958 by an unknown photographer. London College of Fashion. Obtained through the VADS online catalogue. Image from 'Metal Ions in Solution', part of the Virtual Chemistry site, Dept of Chemistry, University of Oxford.