Consultation on a Digital Learning Strategy for Scotland

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A series of events and Glow Meets are taking place over the coming weeks as part of a public consultation on the development of a Digital Learning and Teaching Strategy for Scotland.  The consultation was announced at the Scottish Learning Festival by the Minister for Learning, Science and Scotland’s Languages, Dr Alasdair Allan MSP.

The events will provide an opportunity for deeper dialogue and discussion about the development of the strategy.  The events are being hosted by the National Digital Learning Forum at the following locations.

27th October Dundee Endeavour House
29th October Livingston Denholm House
10th November Edinburgh Victoria Quay
12th November Glasgow Optima Building
18th November Inverness Longman House
19th November Aberdeen Johnstone House
23rd November Livingston Denholm House
24th November Dundee Endeavour House
30th November Edinburgh New Register House
2nd December Glasgow Optima Building

A number of evening events, from 18.30-20.30, will take place at the following locations:

28th October, The Glasgow City Hotel.

2nd November, Malmaison Dundee.

There will also be a series of virtual Glow Meets that are open to all participants:

  • 2nd November 14.00-15.00
  • 3rd November 11.00-12.00
  • 4th November 17.00-1800
  • 5th November 19.00-20.00
  • 6th November 13.00-14.00

To book a place please email adele.mitchinson@educationscotland.gsi.gov.uk stating the date and venue you wish to attend, along with any dietary or special requirements.

Daytime events will run from 10.00-14.00, with lunch being provided from 13.00 onwards.

The consultation will run until 17th December 2015 and is open to all. You can access the consultation document and find details on how to respond on the Scottish government consultation hub.

Find out more about the Digital Learning Community for Scotland and the National Digital Learning Forum.

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  1. […] series of events are taking place as part of a public consultation on the development of a Digital Learning and […]

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