Posted on Thu 29 Mar 2012
JISC Advance Advisory Services present at AUA Conference 2-4 April 2012
JISC Netskills and JISC infoNet - two JISC Advance Advisory Services - will be sharing their expertise with administrative staff across Higher Education at the AUA conference at the University of Manchester.
Find out more about:
• How busy administrators can use free, simple, web-based tools, technologies and resources to aid their work - Lisa Vincent, Training and Administration Co-ordinator, JISC Netskills.
• How JISC’s work and services can benefit AUA members - Patrick Bellis, Director, JISC infoNet.
• The processes involved in course design and accreditation - Marianne Sheppard, Researcher/Analyst, JISC infoNet.
JISC Netskills develop and deliver training in e-learning, web technologies, information skills and more. They provide a range of workshops - from face to face and online through to customised on-site training and consultancy.
JISC infoNet address strategic and operational issues ranging from change management through to online collaborative tools. Their popular online ‘infoKits’ provide essential information, good-practice guidelines, tools, techniques, ideas and case studies.
Find out more about JISC Advance services here.