CETIS Conference 2006: Thinking The Unthinkable!

About The Conference

The CETIS Conference 2006 at The Lowry, Pier 8, Salford Quays, Manchester on 14-15th November 2006.

For the location of the event see Google Maps.

About The "Thinking The Unthinkable!" Theme

Brian Kelly is a member of the conference programme committee. The conference theme which he is helping to coordinate has the title "Thinking The Unthinkable!".

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About The "Thinking The Unthinkable!" Session

In the "Thinking The Unthinkable!" session the workshop participants will have the opportunity to challenge existing mainstream orthodoxies in the JISC development environment. Brief presentations covering a couple of subject areas (e.g. the role of Web 2.0) will be prepared, but there will also be the opportunity to discuss other topics of interest to the participants.

The aims of the session are to:

Session Facilitators



[HTML format] - [MS PowerPoint 97/2000 format]
Web2.0: Trendy Nonsense?
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Interoperability Through Open Standards! Really?
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Slides on the Slideshare.net Service

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Licence For Slides

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The PowerPoint slides are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 UK licence.



A Wiki for use during the workshop has been set up.