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Julie Wedgwood, a leading architect of blended learning, will be inspiring delegates at The Charity Learning Conference on 14 November, London, when she’ll be unveiling her new blended learning design model and pulling free tools out of her kitbag.
 
 
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Oct. 30, 2012 - PRLog -- Julie Wedgwood, a leading architect of blended learning, will be inspiring delegates at The Charity Learning Conference & Awards on 14 November, London, when she’ll be exclusively unveiling her new blended learning design model - and pulling free and low cost tools out of her expert blended learning kitbag.

Julie Wedgwood – well known as the ‘trainer’s trainer’,  will be inspiring delegates at The Charity Learning Conference & Awards, 14 November, London where she’ll be exclusively revealing her new Blended Learning Design Model.

Julie, will be explaining how to use her model to create what she calls “enlightened blended learning” that blends technology into the full learning journey - not just the formal delivery elements.

In this session, she’ll share her expertise, tips and techniques on using free and low-cost  graphic and artistic resources, as well as tools that help foster online collaboration and support coaching and mentoring. Julie will be encouraging the conference delegates to interact with her session by using their own devices to take part and contribute.

Julie says:  “I’m delighted to be running a session at this conference and look forward to sharing my Enlightened Blended Learning Design Model which I hope the delegates will find easy to understand and deploy.  I’ll be sharing a range of learning technology tools, including a few secret ones that the delegates may not realise they already have!”

Martin Baker said: “I’m thrilled that Julie will be sharing her new model as well as free and low cost ideas for blended learning with our members. We’re very privileged, as I know that she’s been working on the model for a long time, and will be talking about it publicly for the first time at the conference.

“Ultimately, her expertise can help make a real difference back at the workplace for our members, who are all striving to do ‘more for less’ with their learning provision within their charity budgets.”

About The Charity Learning Consortium

The Charity Learning Consortium (http://www.charitylearning.org/) (CLC) enables cost effective eLearning within more than 100 Third Sector organisations, making online learning available to countless volunteers and well over 100,000 staff. We’re the largest group of charities, housing associations and not for profits working in the voluntary sector in the UK, collaborating to make eLearning affordable.

Organisations join us to save money, but also benefit from networking with others with similar aims, learning from each other and sharing resources, ideas and best practice. Members also enjoy special discounts and specialist workshops designed to help them make the most of eLearning.

Collaboration is at the heart of what we do. Find out more at http://www.charitylearning.org/
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