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Speaker: Glen Davies

CORE Education's IT Manager Glen Davies returns to discuss user control of learning technologies. He points out that while there is an increasing demand in the IT sector for experience in this area, there are increasing concerns about the lack of skilled workers in the IT sector, and a reduction in the number of students deciding to train in related fields. Glen believes all schools need to be asking how they can engage more students in computer science related subjects and activities.

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Date added: 29 Nov 2012
Duration: 6:37

Ten Trends 2012: User + Control

CORE Education's IT Manager Glen Davies returns to discuss user control of learning technologies. He points out that while there is an increasing demand in the IT sector for experience in this area, there are increasing concerns about the lack of skilled workers in the IT sector, and a reduction in the number of students deciding to train in related fields. Glen believes all schools need to be asking how they can engage more students in computer science related subjects and activities.

Views 19,838 Date added: 29/11/2012

Ten Trends 2012: User + Control

Date added: 29/11/2012

Ten Trends 2012: User + Control

CORE Education's IT Manager Glen Davies returns to discuss user control of learning technologies. He points out that while there is an increasing demand in the IT sector for experience in this area, there are increasing concerns about the lack of skilled workers in the IT sector, and a reduction in the number of students deciding to train in related fields. Glen believes all schools need to be asking how they can engage more students in computer science related subjects and activities.

Views 19,838 Date added: 29/11/2012

Ten Trends 2012: User + Control

Date added: 29/11/2012

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