Diello (9th June 2011)
Using SharePoint 2010 to create a highly developed Learning Gateway for education. Free webinar
Details: Mike Herrity and Dave Coleman will be presenting this webinar live on Wednesday 6th July at 7pm BST/2pm EDT
Sign up: Webinar: Creating A Learning Gateway For Education With SharePoint 2007 and 2010 | MetaVis
Well worth watching ... Dave has set up some nifty solutions and Mike has cracking advice about how to get the best educational use out of Sharepoint. Worth sharing with teachers and techies alike.Many of you will have heard bits of the story of Twynham School and our creation of a well-established learning platform using SharePoint. Through various case studies and presentations at conferences around the world over the last 5 years we have been very fortunate to be able to show our work creating compelling custom applications and engaging students and teachers to gain high user adoption. We have had quite a break from presenting and writing up our work for nearly a year and so we thought it might be useful to put a free webinar on to show you some of the new and exciting things we have done with our learning platform, SharePoint 2010.
Diello (9th June 2011)
Cheers @GrumbleDook - got the tweet from them today as well! They have done some very nifty stuff over there, and it would be worth mentioning Salamander in here too as they have done a lot of work with Richard.
Yep, there is a really good set of SP folk out there ... Dave, Alan, Richard, Alex, Sandip, Andrew, Matt ... most are members on here too (even if they are lurkers mainly!) ... but I'm quite looking forward to this seminar. There are a number of interesting things starting to come out of various folk in SharePoint world.
Signed up as I shall shortly be moving to a college as the Sharepoint Developer.
Should really brush up, so if anyone can recommend any communities or people to follow on twitter it would be muchos appreciated!
Thanks - I signed up yesterday. Been watching the Twynham development over the last year or two, some exceptional work accomplished.
Would this be available to download view later, we're currently playing about with it and any info would be good, I just dont know if I'm in on the night yet.
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