Introducing the Digital Technologies Hub - Monday, August 14th
ECAWA Members, staff of member schools and pre service teachers are encouraged to attend a presentation of the Digital Technologies Hub.
This event will provide a brief introduction to the Digital Technologies Curriculum and an introduction to the Digital technologies Hub and resources you can use right away
Date: Monday the 14th of August, 2017
Time: Afternoon tea will be served from 4.00pm, with the presentation to begin at 4.30pm. It is anticipated that the event will end at about 5.30pm.
Venue: ECU Mount Lawley Campus – Building 17, Room 103 (17.103)
Cost: No cost but advance bookings are required for catering purposes
Tickets: Book your FREE ticket using this form. Indicating your intention to attend this event using this form will assist us to make appropriate arrangements for the venue and for the catering.
Record keeping: Certificates recording your participation in this event will be made available at the event if you have booked your place in advance
Please complete this form carefully and ensure that the spelling and punctuation of your name and the name of your school is correct. The information you supply will be used on your certificate of participation.
If you have any questions please contact the ECAWA Secretary by email
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