The Digital Learning Network is open to anyone to join who has an interest in how digital technology can help create creative and inspiring educational experiences.
The idea of the Digital Learning Network or DLNET for short is to go back to basics and get people talking about technology and learning in museums, archives and libraries. Originally formed as the Elearning Group in 2002 the Digital Learning Network has 10 years of experience of supporting people in museums, libraries and archives in their work using digital technology in learning.
Members range in experience from the beginner to the skilled practitioner, and ideas and best practice are shared at face to face events and online via this website, the DLNET Mailing List and Facebook and Twitter.
The Digital Learning Networks holds regular events and also encourages its members to meet informally at ThinkDrinks.
Find out about the people on the DLNET Committee.
There are many people whose job involves some kind of educational/digital role, but who don’t have a network and depend on colleagues and informal relationships to share information about new developments. DLNet aims to help join these people up and share information that can help – be that ideas, project updates, case studies, reviews, etc.
Find people, build networks, share ideas
- Do you want to find people working in digital learning in your local area?
- Do you want to build networks?
- Do you want to exchange ideas, experiences, and best practice?
We can help!