Introduction Jon Alltree
Introduction to the conference theme: "Reflecting on our achievements - what’s next for technology-enhanced learning and teaching".
Keynote Sarah Porter (2071.7kb)
Student experience: are we making the most of IT?
Keynote Norm Vaughan (10561.8kb)
Student engagement and blended learning: what’s the connection?
Keynote Mark Brown (11493.2kb)
Inspire a generation: thinking differently about our achievements
Video recordings of a number of the conference sessions are available to view here.
01 Amanda Jefferies University of Hertfordshire (607.1kb)
Reflecting on a campus-wide introduction of EVS: embedding the technology into our practice, the student and staff views
02 Claire Eustance, Rachel Forsyth and Marianne Sheppard - Greenwich University
Winning hearts and minds: tools and techniques to engage staff in curriculum change initiatives
03 Los Watkins - University of Hertfordshire
Changing Horses In Mid-Stream An investigation into the radically evolutionary process of learning/teaching delivery in a 21st Century Law School
04 Helen Walmsley - Staffordshire University
Using the e-Design Template to plan and share engaging, interactive and scaffolded online learning activities
05 Mark Dransfield - York St John University (6414.0kb)
Exploring attitudes to and facilitating cultural change around electronic assignment submission, marketing and feedback.
06 Simon Ball - JISC TechDIS (1378.0kb)
Accessibility maturity of TEL in UK HE: JISC TechDis lifts the lid on a decade of progress
07 Peter Bullen - Emeritus Professor at the University of Hertfordshire and Critical Friend, JISC (225.0kb)
Aligning assessment and feedback with 21st century needs
08 Catherine O'Donnell - University of Ulster (5332.4kb)
The Art of the Designer: creating an effective learning experience
09 Miodrag Ivanovic - Oaklands College (1558.4kb)
An application of pedagogical principles and values implemented through Oaklands College HE Academic community online platform - results and barriers.
10 Jessie Paterson - Edinburgh University (3227.6kb)
Enhancing Student Critical Reading of Texts Through the Use of Blogs
11 Trevor Price - University of Glamorgan (151.9kb)
How do university students expect to use their own technology for learning?
12 Barbara Lee - Southampton Solent University (1855.8kb)
Use OERs to reach out to future students
13 Marion Hall - Open University (4956.4kb)
Are Learner perceptions of digital literacy skills teaching affected by demographic factors?
14 Rikke Duus - University of Hertfordshire
Collaborating across boundaries: Together we innovate!
15 John Murphy - University of Herfordshire (8041.6kb)
Teacher leave the kids alone, Teaching IKEA style
16 Martin Rich - Cass Business School (209.1kb)
Blending transmissive and didactic learning, and physical and digital channels, in the redesign of a professional degree.
17 Gillian Janes - Teeside University (721.0kb)
Mapping Open Educational Resources to the UK Professional Standards Framework for Teaching and Supporting Learning in Higher Education (UKPSF) (2011) - A Case Study
18 Phil Beards - Arts University Bournemouth (4106.7kb)
iPad Trial in Higher Education
19 Nicholas Halafihi - Leeds Metropolitan University (227.5kb)
Bringing Personal Development to life using students as agents of change. a coaching case study of the BA (Hons) Sport Business Management students (2009-2012)
20 Ingrid Nix - Open University (415.9kb)
"What do I need?" - Evaluating learner perceptions of digital literacy skills development to inform enhancements to learning design.
21 Marjolein Groefsema - University of Hertfordshire
Engaging students through the Electronic Voting System homework function, teams and competition: a Case.
22 Peter Chatterton JISC (2893.6kb)
Designing responsive & cost-effective curricula for work-based learners - effective practice in a digital age.
23 Rebecca Galley - Open University (2605.0kb)
Working with Identity, creative agency and participatory literacy: developing new approaches to supporting social and situated learning communities.
24 Gordon Joyes - University of Nottingmham
Crossing the threshold: moving e-portfolios into the mainstream.
25 Robert Manderson - Roehampton University
An investigation of how a UK 'new' University's student use and blend E-books and the Moodle virtual learning environment in various learning scenarios.
26 Nicola Langton - Oxford Brookes University
Role reversal and reward: Students as partners in developing digital literacies development
27 James McDowell - University of Huddersfield (2864.2kb)
An Integrated Strategy for Video - Enhanced Learning, Assessment and Feedback
28 Mark Kerrigan - University of Greenwich
The role of digital literacy in curriculum design and resourcing.
29 Debbie Holley - Anglia Ruskin University (3156.0kb)
'Bee-ing' in Second Life: Student Representations in Virtual Worlds
30 Helen Beetham - University of Exeter
Assessing and progressing digital literacies as a strategic concern.
31 Andrew Doig - Southampton Solent University (2186.3kb)
Supporting Flexible Course Design with a Template for Online Units
32 Simon Cross - Open University
Defining the Learning Design Problem Space: Creating a Better Learning Solution
33 James McDowell - University of Huddersfield (1204.3kb)
ReVERiFy: Cultivating a viral community of practice to drive institutional enhancement through the promotion of video-enhanced learning, feedback and assessment
34 Tanyasha Yearwood - Heidelberg International Business Academy (953.9kb)
Promoting participation via a multiple-discussion online forum: Student perspectives on the experience.
35 Fang Lou - University of Hertfordshire (408.3kb)
Using EVS and Peer Assessment in two schools: a Longitudinal study.
36 Karen McCourt & Mary McCauley- University of Hertfordshire (596.1kb)
Desperately Seeking Skills - Online academic and Employability skills support for staff and students.
37 Nobert Morawetz - University of Hertfordshire
How to improve Teamwork with Matchmaking Technology
38 Guy Saward - University of Hertfordshire (310.0kb)
First Steps in Bridging the Gap between the Virtual Learning Environment and Social Media - Students Attitudes