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  1. Dear Emer,
    I work with the National Digital Learning Resources (NDLR) service in Ireland which is a collaborative HEA funded service involving all higher education Institutions in Ireland, the premise of which is to foster the use, reuse and development of open digital learning resources amongst the academic community in Ireland.

    The intention of the NDLR service is to raise awareness of best practice and reduce the duplication of effort amongst the HE community through support of collaborative projects and exchange of ideas, learning content and practice. The Open agenda encompassing issues such as Open Access, Open Data, Open Standards, Open Source and Open Borders is one that has a growing impact on a wide range of issues in research and higher education . It is in this context that we would like to extend an invitation to you to present the keynote at this event.

    The NDLR Fest 2012: 6th Annual Showcase for Irish Digital Learning Resources is taking place on Wednesday the 2nd May, in Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland.

    The NDLR Fest 2012 is expected to be attended by over 250 higher education academics with another 150 virtually attending through the live streaming of the event. The main aim of the NDLR Fest is to showcase the wide array of free technology enhanced learning resources that have been generated across all subject disciplines in the Irish HE sector as well as celebrating the cooperative and collaborative process in which these resources have been developed, used and reused.

    Looking forward to hearing your response.
    Kind regards

    Aisling Dundon

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