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An overview as to how technology can be used to spport Student Services departments in universities and colleges. Based on a presentation to AMOSSHE November 2009.

An overview as to how technology can be used to spport Student Services departments in universities and colleges. Based on a presentation to AMOSSHE November 2009.

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    Clunky to Funky: Web2.0 to support Student Services Clunky to Funky: Web2.0 to support Student Services Presentation Transcript

    • Using Technology to Support Student Services
      Clunk2Funky: AMOSSHE 13 November 2009
      http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk
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      Thank You
      Jacquie.kelly@northumbria.ac.uk