CELT Conferences 2007

Learning Technologies: from Pilot to Mainstream

The 5th Teaching & Learning Conference took place on the 7th and 8th June 2007. The conference was entitled: "Learning Technologies: from Pilot to Mainstream".


Amongst the visiting keynotes were:

  • the distinguished elearning consultant and writer, Stephen Heppell; 
  • Prof. Wim Van Petegem from K.U. Leuven, 
  • Prof Ray Land from the University of Strathclyde,
  • Prof Michael Kerres (University of Duisberg Essen)
  • Bill McDaniel, Deri, NUI Galway
  • Dr. Kieran Loftus, Computer Services, NUI Galway

Focus of the Event:

The focus of the event is very much on the real world practicalities of using elearning technologies and many of the sessions will present opportunities for discussion, debate and the sharing of practice.  

Conference Website:

The official 5th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference Website (2007) is now available.

Full information shall be available on this site on:

  • the conference themes,
  • registration
  • and the keynote speakers
  • any other relevant information


Conference Leaflet and Poster:


You may also print the conference leaflet, and poster below.

This is for your own information, but can also be distributed amongst colleagues.

Download conference leaflet >> (335 kb)
Download conference poster>>(370 kb)

Download book of abstracts>>(28.6 MB)


Conference Blog:

This is the blog site for the NUI Galway conference in June 2007 of the same title. Here we'll post information and news relevant to participants as well as up-to-date reports on the event itself and post-conference discussion. http://celtconf2007.blogspot.com/

Parallel Strands & Themes:

(1) E-learning in Practice
(2) Web 2.0
(3) “Share and Share Alike”
(4) Assistive Technologies
(5) “You Tube, I Tube, We Tube”

Online Recordings

We have recorded the conference keynote talks, and made these available online in Flash video format. You can also download the PowerPoint slides, the audio only (in MP3 format) or a video iPod file (m4v). If you find the Flash video files too large for your internet connection, you can also view a Windows Media streaming video file. For links to each of the recordings, check them out on our Webcasts or Podcasts pages.