On the 9th March 2011 Learning and Teaching Scotland has organized a conference on Internet Safety and Responsible Use on behalf of the Scottish Government.
The conference is free to attend and speakers include some of the UKs leading experts in digital identity, cyberbullying, Internet safety for students with additional support needs, Internet safety in the early years and engaging with parents. There are also workshops that will offer lots of practical advice on a whole school approach to Internet Safety and Responsible Use. A full agenda and programme is attached and we will stream the keynote presentations via Glow. Further information regarding the conference and speakers can be found on the conference website: http://bit.ly/egFU7s
Representatives from all local authorities, national associations and SCIS have already been invited but some LAs have not been able to take up their full allocation of places. This means we have some spare places available that we are very keen to fill.
If you or a member of your staff would like one (or more) places please email email@example.com before 4pm on Friday 4th March. Remaining conference places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please feel free to pass this invitation on to other interested parties including parent council representatives and councillors.