MEC Clinic

20-Jun-2007


How do you use MEC? Would you like some inspirational ideas on how to get more out of the Campus?

MEC clinics are informal input sessions held remotely up to twice a month via Web Conference. They focus on different aspects of using MEC. For example: How a particular teacher has introduced MEC to his/her learners, challenges teachers have faced, tips they would pass on to others, ways of developing learners’ MEC searching skills, ideas on blended learning.

The clinics are short sessions (maximum 90 minutes) involving small groups of no more than 10. They are on a first-come, first-served basis to any teachers who use MEC.

There is no cost involved: we will set up and host the sessions. Those attending simply need their web-linked computer and a separate phone line to dial a freephone number. Don’t worry! We will take time zones into account. A member of the MEC Training department will be present to assist during each session.

Our next clinic will be held on Thursday June 28th 2007.

Presenter: Judith Dick of OPTI, Switzerland

Subject: Using MEC with low-level learners

If you are interested in attending this event or you require any further information, please let us know through the ‘contact us’ section of this site or by emailing s.earnshaw@macmillan.com.

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