Scotland's Colleges Annual Computing Conference

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Scotland's Colleges Annual Computing Conference

Time: June 25, 2009 from 9:30am to 3pm
Location: Central College, Glasgow
Street: Allan Glen's Campus, 190 Cathedral Street, G4 0ND
City/Town: Glasgow
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Phone: Lisa Rice - 01786 892007
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Tony Gurney
Latest Activity: Jun 11, 2009

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http://www.sfeu.ac.uk/events/show/3221

Tony Gurney, Subject Mentor for Computing and IT, has prepared this exciting, forward-thinking event for Computing and IT practitioners. The event has the support of leading agencies including HMIe, SQA and employer representatives.

We are delighted to also have the support of leading vendors, who intend to exhibit and present on current technologies that can support the delivery of a modern Computing and IT curriculum. This is also a chance to network, share practice, and start to address issues that concern everyone involved with delivering Computing and IT in Scotland's colleges. An essential event for all Computing and IT practitioners, it is important to book early to avoid disappointment.

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Practitioners of all Computing and IT disciplines, sector related staff and managers with an interest in the curriculum and how it is delivered, supported and influenced.

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