LEAD shares e-learning lessons at IUCN World Conservation Congress

16 August 2012 | News story

The session "Next generation e-learning: how to design e-learning and blended learning programmes that are accessible, sustainable and cost effective" will be conducted by CEC members Edward Kellow and Gillian Martin Mehers on 10 September.

Come and meet LEAD trainers and CEC members Edward Kellow and Gillian Martin Mehers at their full- day Conservation Campus event on 10 September, which focuses on key e-learning lessons for the conservation and sustainability community.  Design your own online learning course!

LEAD is the world’s largest international non-profit organisation focused on leadership and sustainable development. At this session, LEAD staff will share experiences with developing e-learning courses to support leadership development for the sustainability and conservation community.

LEAD has been developing a series of online learning courses as part of its signature Fellowship programme on leadership for sustainable development. In this event, Edward and Gillian will share LEAD experiences with online learning course design and explore the challenges and opportunities encountered.

Please register in advance through the online registration system for all Conservation Campus sessions.

Edward and Gillian also will be facilitating a number of Congress sessions for IUCN and other partners, supporting design and delivery of interactive and learning-based events. "You might see us in other places in and around the main Congress venue. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you want to meet up to share your learning about what makes conservation and sustainability leadership work best," Gillian says.

For more information, contact Gillian Martin Mehers (Gillian@lead.org) and Edward Kellow (edward@lead.org).

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