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KMi Welcomes EADTU

Chris Valentine, Friday 12 November 1999 | Annotate
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The annual conference of the European Association of Distance Teaching Universities is underway, with large group visits to KMi being one of the features of the event. About two thirds of the 120 delegates will be visiting KMi during the conference to get a first-hand look into new technologies, and discuss the implications of KMi research for their own institutions.

During the visit, which followed a keynote presentation by Marc Eisenstadt, delegates received presentations from Tom Vincent, Enrico Motta, Simon Buckingham Shum, Zdenek Zdrahal, Craig Rodine, and Peter Scott.

Further details of the EADTU may be found at Follow the links to 'activities' and 'events' for conference details.


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Chris Valentine

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