Early bird bookings are now open for the second JCS conference on digital literacy for schools taking place at Edgbaston Hotel and Conference Centre, Birmingham on Friday 29th – Saturday 30th November 2019.
This year the theme focuses on building digital capabilities with keynote speakers Rosie Jones, ILG Deputy Chair and Director of Student and Library Services, Teesside University, Professor Julian McDougall, Professor in Media and Education, Bournemouth University, and Katharine Reedy, Learning Designer, The Open University.
Further details including the draft programme plus how to book are available on the JCS website here
About JCS: JCS Online Resources negotiates with publishers to provide schools in the UK, and more recently schools worldwide, UK public libraries, and UK FE Colleges with the best subscription rates for e-resources. JCS is a central place for schools, colleges and libraries to select high quality and trusted e-resources.