Dear academic colleague,

The Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) and the Hong Kong Web Symposium Consortium are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2007 Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning on the conference theme of 'Enhancing Learning through Technology-- Emerging technologies and pedagogies' . The conference will be held at The Open University of Hong Kong and St Paul 's Convent School , Hong Kong SAR, on 9-10 July 2007.

The conference explores the application of technology to improve learning and teaching. The event will serve as a showcase of innovative pedagogical practices using technology as well as a forum for discussion among teachers, researchers and others. As well, the conference will include a number of workshops introducing software packages and IT that can be used in classroom teaching .

We welcome presentations and attendance from the higher education sector, school, vocational and industrial training, business, and other sectors. We have extended the deadlines of abstract submission to 30 April 2007 and early-bird registration to 15 May 2007.

Further information and registration details are included in the conference website . If you have any queries, feel free to contact us .

We look forward to seeing you at the ICT conference.

Best wishes,

Dr K S Yuen

Chair, Organizing Committee

International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning
The Open University of Hong Kong

30 Good Shepherd St, Ho Man Tin, Kowloon
Hong Kong SAR


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