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Towards making your Personal Development Planning/e-portfolio systems interoperable

An opportunity to learn about, and benefit from the experience of the pilots in the project "Developing Learner Profiles across FE and HE".

For all who want to make their MLEs interoperable for lifelong learning, or make their PDP-related records portable between systems. Attendees may have a practitioner, managerial or technical focus upon such issues.

Contact Gail Young to reserve a free place. Further information and a booking form can be downloaded from the website link below.

Date: 29 January, 2004
Venue: Boardroom, Waterside Conference Centre, Wigan Investment Centre, Waterside Drive, Wigan, Lancashire.
Event website: http://www.recordingachievement.org/News_and_Events/xevents_all.asp
Contact email: gail@recordingachievement.org

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