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Title

Event

Date

Size (kb)

Effective assessment and feedback

University of Essex training  day

17/04/2013

2,840

Presentation on effective feedback

Turnitin handout

Screencast handout

E-assessment handout




Using activity data to support your users

Institutional web managers conference 2011

26 /07 / 2011

3,672

Presentation on activity and its potential benefits




What went wrong?

ALT-C 2010

08 / 09 / 2010

133

Used to lead a symposium considering some of the problems that cause projects to fail.




Sharing lessons through effective modelling

ALT-C 2009

09 / 09 / 2009

1,341

Used at the start of a workshop to present ideas on why modelling is useful and a simple method to start modelling.




The Innovation Base

CETIS Archimate workshop

13 / 07 / 2009

3,333

Describes the Innovation Base, a place for sharing and discovering models

The Innovation Base, The e-Framework What do they mean for programme management?

JISC Programme managers meeting

09 / 12 / 2008

963

Describes the Innovation Base and their place in programme management together with a discussion on modelling

How Web 2.0 may change teaching and learning

RSC South West Annual Conference

19 / 06 / 2008

4,627

Discussion on the potential impact of Web 2.0 on learning and teaching.

JISC e-Framework Innovation Knowlegebase

Modelling workshop

23 / 04 / 2008

2772

Describes the use of the Innovation Base to support modelling

The Social Web (Web 2.0) for learning and teaching

Worcester University

09 / 10 / 2007

10,243

Looks at the use of Web 2.0 in learning and teaching

Learning environments -the generation after next

ALT-C 2006

07 / 09 / 2006

439

The presentation looks at how VLEs started and how they are likely to evolve in an environment with portals and portfolios and life-long learning and the social web. With full notes

E-assessment: What is it? Why does it matter?

Bolton University Learning and Teaching Conference

04 / 07 / 2006

676

Considers why one might want to make use of e-assessment and some ways of getting started.

Ubiquitous and Mobile Computing

City University: Learning Futures Week

29 / 06 / 2006

5,169

Discusses mobile and ubiquitous computing and social computing and their potential for use in learning. With full notes

Future proofing: Technology for the future

Learning Space Design: Evolution or Revolution?

07 / 06 / 2006

7,280

Discusses technological developments and their potential impact on learning and teaching. Includes wireless, mobile and social computing. With full notes

RSC London

Mobile Technologies

University of Surrey

03 / 04 / 2006

855

Introduction to workshop looking at technologies and how they can support learning. Includes a matrix of learning activities and potential tools

Development of a sustainable model for the support of an open source toolkit

Open Source and Sustainability

10 / 04 / 2006

20,887

With full notes this looks at how to create a successful business model for supporting open source applications. With full notes

A framework for reviewing the strategic options for virtual environments

ALT-C 2005

12 / 09 / 2005

380

Looked at a case study at a Russell Group University into the selection of a virtual learning environment and virtual research environment

There Is No Such Thing As A Silver Bullet: CMS And Portals Will Not Solve Your Problems!

Institutional Web Management Workshop 2005: Whose Web Is It Anyway?

07 / 07 / 2005

9,454

Portals (as a front end) and content management systems (as a back end) are being touted by many as the solution to our problems of serving and locating information. This talk will explore some of the issues that they raise and why they cannot provide a complete solution. But the good news is that it means you have a job for life (perhaps). With full notes

Changing Technology: Changing Pedagogy



1,241

with full notes looks at the technologies that have had the greatest impact on teaching and learning

Taking Portal to Users

ALT-C 2004

15 / 09 / 2004

96

discusses the methods and technology used to achieve embedding of the HE Academy Connect services within institutional web sites and portals

Towards an effective framework for the evaluation of e-learning

ALT-C 2004

14 / 09 / 2004

457

discusses the paper of the same title which develops a model of e-learning designed to support evaluation for action

Frameworks Scoping Study

JISC Joint Programmes Meeting

07 / 07 / 2004

2,343

Lessons from SWaNI:

CETIS Enterprise SIG

18 / 06 / 2004

6,010

Discusses the lessons learnt for interoperability from the JISC funded MLE programme

Portal Services Embedder:

JISC Programme Meeting

19 / 05 / 2004

122

plans for developing a portal service version of the Connect services

National Services:

JISC e-pedagogy experts meeting

12 / 05 / 2004

379

presentation to e-pedagogy experts forum on the use of National Services in learning and teaching

Wireless Networking in Education:

Association for Learning Technology Annual Conference

08 / 09 / 2003

427

Presentation on how wireless networking can be used to enhance learning and teaching

Securing Funding -how to write funded bids

Higher Education Smartcard Association

14 / 08 / 2003

396

The Learning and Teaching Portal Project overview

ESRC Teaching and Learning Research Programme Technical Meeting

16 / 06 / 2003

160

The Learning and Teaching Portal Project overview

JISC Fair /X4L project meeting

23 / 06 / 2003

160

Wireless Networking in Education

JISC Regional Support Centre, South East

20 / 06 / 2003

663