The Teaching and Learning Forum are running the All Aboard 2017 Week from April 3rd to 7th. If you are using digital technology with your learners during the week visit their site and register your event.
The All Aboard site states the following:
What is All Aboard 2017?
An initiative being co-run by The National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and Ireland’s higher education institutions, All Aboard 2017 is a week-long (3-7 April 2017) series of national and regional public events designed to build confidence in Ireland’s digital skills for learning.
Who Can Participate in All Aboard 2017?
Anybody with an interest in developing their digital skills for learning- regardless of skill level- is invited to come on board All Aboard 2017.
The entire education sector – universities, institutes of technology, private colleges, further education and training colleges, adult literacy centres and every secondary and primary school in the country are a key target audience of the initiative. In addition, we have also mapped out a five-day itinerary for communities and parents who can get involved in e.g., our internet safety awareness drive -while as many people as possible from local businesses are being encouraged to get their companies and colleagues on board.
So if you want to get involved all you got to do is the following:
How Can I Get Involved in All Aboard 2017?
Getting involved is easy. The All Aboard 2017 website @ allaboard2017.ie provides you with an A-Z guide on all aspects of the All Aboard 2017 programme. If your school, college, business or community group would like to run an event, you can register your interest here. The website features easy to use, downloadable resources for planning and running an All Aboard 2017 event. It also carries “Latest News” updates on events that you can participate in all around the country.