CETIS and the IEC at the University of Bolton are hosting the 40th meeting of the CEN Workshop Learning Technologies.
Attendance of the CEN WS-LT meeting is open to all and free of charge. However, if you intend to participate, please make your intentions known to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Time: Monday, January 11th, 2010, starting at 10:30h and finishing at 17:30h.
(Note that the following day, 12th January, the Future of Interoperability Standards Meeting 2009 will take place in the same venue, and we would encourage workshop delegates to attend.)
|09:00-10.20||Possible pre-workshop MLO meeting. Erlend Øverby to arrange.|
1. Opening of the 40th meeting of WS-LT
2. Relations with CEN and the EC
3. Update on the Competency SIG
4. Report, discussion and CWA endorsement PT Simple Publishing Interface
5. Report, discussion and CWA endorsement PT Learner Mobility and Context standardization
6. Report from Aspect and ICOPER
7. Liaison reports: European Schoolnet, Ariadne, IMS
8. CEN/TC 353 (status CEF and MLO)
9. Future meetings; A.O.B.
"Post-workshop" for interested parties: Exploring a potential new work item on Design for Learning, following up a number of validation efforts, e.g., related to IMS Learning Design.
University of Bolton
(Boardroom suite: in the university main campus building on Deane Road building D on the map, see )
Local contact: Scott Wilson; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The campus is a 5-10 minute walk from Bolton station, which is itself 20 minutes by train from Manchester Piccadilly station.
For delegates coming directly to Bolton from the airport, there are trains leaving from the airport station every half hour, taking around 40 minutes to reach Bolton.
Delegates may stay in Bolton, where we would recommend the Holiday Inn
(About a 20 minutes walk, or 3 minutes by taxi, according to Google)
Alternatively delegates may wish to stay in Manchester and take a train to the meeting, in which case there are plenty of options for accommodation suiting a range of budgets.