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Our first MAC meeting took place on Tuesday 13 September 2011 at University of Birmingham, Edgbaston Campus, room 422 of the Education building.
With 20 MAC members in attendance (4 apologies) the meeting was a lively and interactive session. Facilitated by Lisa Walkley and chaired by Harriet Sjerps-Jones, representatives introduced themselves and expressed their reasons for joining and top priorities for the MAC. Iain Patton, EAUC CEO, was also in attendance at this vital first meeting to explain how the MAC fits into the wider EAUC strategic direction.
In the afternoon, four key themes were explored via workshops in a world cafe style. Here, MAC representatives were asked to give their thoughts and ideas on these topics.
Minutes and the presentation given are now available below.
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