SharePoint 2010 Event for schools on Microsoft’s next generation Learning Platform
Free event for schools on Microsoft’s next generation Learning Platform
SharePoint 2010 is due to be launched on May 12th as Microsoft’s next generation Learning Platform. Many schools across the UK are currently using SharePoint 2007 and this event will help schools with their strategic planning, including when and why to consider moving to SharePoint 2010, regardless of whether you are planning to change this year or in the future. It may be that you are not using SharePoint at all but would like to see what the new version can do.
In the UK we are lucky to have schools who have been involved in Microsoft’s global Technology Adoption Programme, and as result have had a chance to influence Microsoft’s developments, as well as implement early versions of SharePoint 2010.
This SharePoint 2010 event is intended for ICT leaders, School Leaders and Network Managers and will be led by schools that have been using SharePoint 2010 during the last year and have significant experience. Places are limited and the session is completely free including all food and refreshments.
Microsoft UK have sponsored the event through the provision of their conference facilities
Microsoft Campus, Reading, RG6 1WG
Date: Friday 14th May 2010
Time: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Key topics covered:
Why SharePoint 2010? 10 great features for teachers and students
Social in SharePoint 2010. Capturing students’ interest in social networking to help their learning.
Moving to SharePoint 2010- why, how, when and where?
SharePoint 2010 as a Leadership and Management tool.
Branding SharePoint 2010- how to make SharePoint look like your school, and work for your school!
Using SharePoint 2010 to hit government targets – online reporting to parents, managing absence, community cohesion and personalising learning.
To book places for this event for you and your colleagues please contact Mike Herrity, Assistant Headteacher at Twynham School by email at email@example.com
For further details go to Mike’s blog SharePoint in Education