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ICT in Education Conference

When

Saturday, May 11, 2019 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Add to My Calendar Saturday, May 11, 2019 12:00 AM 12:00 AM Europe/London ICT in Education Conference - Limerick Institute of Technology - LIT CareersPortal Event Reminder Ireland CareersPortal info@careersportal.ie

Details

The conference showcases case studies, workshops and keynote addresses to amplify effective methods teachers, lecturers and practitioners use to enhance the resonance and reach of their own best practice and to energise voices in creative classrooms and online activities. The day-long event provides a place where enthusiastic educators can meet in person, sustaining relationships that span across three levels of education. 

Booking Required.

Location: LIT Thurles Campus

Contact: Paula Briody
Position: Department of Information Technology
Address: LIT Thurles Campus Nenagh Road Thurles
Telephone: 0504 28253
Email: paula.briody@lit.ie
Website: www.lit.ie


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