All Nations Centre, Cardiff on Wednesday 30th June 2010


Registration and session choices ... plus networking and refreshments


An inspiring start to the day  from Dougald Hine


 Knowledge Cafe

Technology and the evolving Transformation Agenda - An opportunity for you to engage with, think about, and respond to a number of key Welsh Assembly Government questions relating to the use of technology and the evolving Transformation Agenda. 


Choice 1

25 max per session

Where to find images, video and sound  

Sue Atkinson and Antony Theobald, JISC Digital Media

Social learners

Hannah Mathias, St David's Catholic College

Assessment Manager Plug-in for Moodle

Philip Butler & James Ballard, University of London Computer Centre (ULCC)

Digital Life Skills and Responsibilities

Sangeet Bhullar, WiseKids

Community Gallery / Portfolio

Ian McNeill & Tudur Evans, Coleg Harlech

Digital Development: The Post Graduate Certificate in eLearning 

Dr Clive Buckley & Steve Kenyon Glyndwr University


Lunch - sponsored by learndirect


Choice 2

25 max per session

Online Accessibility Self Evaluation Service  

Sal Cooke, Alistair McNaugh and Dr Shirley Evans, JISC TechDis


The e-ILP Experience 

Karen Coyle, Deeside College and Kevin Lawrence, Ystrad Mynach College

Mini Moodles

Gwynfor Rees, St John's School, Porthcawl, Andrew Smith, Llangewydd Junior School, Bridgend & Hefin Gruffydd, Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Bronllwyn

ESDGC teaching resources 

Karen Ford, NGfL Cymru

Internet literacy and safety

Sangeet Bhullar, Wise Kids

Top Ten Tools for Learning

Helen Davies

Swansea University



Swap time


Choice 3

25 max per session

Using Other People’s Stuff Online – Copyright Without Tears

Jason Miles Campbell, JISC Legal

Learning spaces: 21st Century Learning

James Ballard & Philip Butler,  University of London Computer Centre (ULCC)

Collaboration across the North Wales 14-19 Learning Network with Moodle

Simon Billington, Aled Williams & Carol Allen North Wales 14-19 Learning Network

EduApps and beyond ... portable, free software for all

RSC Wales & Matt Smith, June Bridgman, Coleg Gwent

'Follow us on Twitter!' Web 2.0 technologies for learning

Jean Gaywood, Torfaen ACL & Shirely Price Jones, Ceredigion ACL

Exploring Heritage in a Digital Wales

Matt Chillcott, Tom Hadfield & Jo Hartwig Institute of Digital Learning, UWN


Comfort break with refreshments




Bringing the events of the day together and considering ‘what next ...?’