Web 2.0: Opportunities and Challenges for HE

Brian Kelly gave a seminar on Web 2.0: Opportunities and Challenges for HE at Coventry University on Monday 27th March 2006 from 1pm - 2pm, preceeded by a buffet lunch at 12:30pm.

The seminar, which was organised by the Innovation and New Technology Group, CSV took place in the Alan Berry Boardroom AB G20, Building 1, the Alan Berry building on Priory Street.

For details of the location of the seminar you can use Google maps.


What are the new developments taking place as part of Web 2.0 and how can the opportunities they present be exploited by Higher Education? What are the "fundamentalisms", the organisational and cultural impediments that have to be overcome to take full advantage of the emerging technologies?

About The Speaker

Brian Kelly is UK Web Focus, a post funded by JISC and the Museum, Libraries and Archives Council to act as the central focus of expertise and guidance for HE and FE on matters relating to the World Wide Web. He manages the Policy and Advice team of UKOLN, the UK Centre of Expertise in digital information management based at Bath University, and represents UK Higher Education at the W3C and other bodies.



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