Programme for the Role of Technology in Teaching & Learning

2nd July 2013 09.30-16.00 HR teaching rooms

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9:15 Arrival, registration & coffee

9:40 Conference Opens

9:45 Welcome from Dr. James Howard, Head of Organisation & Educational Development

Parallel Session 1aParallel Session 1b
10:00-10:30 Project MAYHEM
Dr. Bela Chatterjee, Law
Using self-evaluative practices to improve TEL innovations
Claire Raistrick, Educational Research
10:30-11:00 Developing Social Cohesion in online groups
Dr. Judit Kormos, Linguistics & English Language
How learning technology influences face-to-face pedagogy
Syed Uzair Shah, Management Learning & Leadership

11:00 Refreshments

Parallel Session 2aParallel Session 2b
11:20-11:50 Using Social Media (fb, twitter) to support learning
Matt Willett, Sheffield Hallam University
Using ‘clickers’ to encourage interaction in lectures
Dr. Viktor Tsepelin, Physics
11:50-12:20 Using Grademark to engage students with assessment feedback
Hannah Morgan, Applied Social Science
Increasing interaction in lectures
Caroline Elliott, Economics
12:20-12:50 Open Educational Resources, MOOCs and creating an Open Learning Culture
Phil Tubman, ISS
The role of technology in encouraging students to read
Dr. Paul Ralph, Management Science

12:50 Lunch (please book to ensure lunch is available for all)

Parallel Session 3aParallel Session 3b
13:30-14:00 Using Moodle to support PhD Students
Martin Spring – Management Science
Using PeerWise to support students setting their own assessment questions
Dr. Ian Bailey, Physics
14:00-14:30 Students improving Wikipedia for course credit
Mark MacDonald, Mathematics & Statistics
Students creating course materials for next year’s students – an internship approach
Dr. James Groves, Mathematics & Statistics

14:30 Refreshments

Parallel Session 4aParallel Session 4b
14:50-15:20 Lecture Capture – experiences of Panopto
Caroline Elliott, Economics
iLancaster - Chris Dixon
15:20-15:50 Simulation and role play
Richard Meek, Marketing
Distance learning on the move - the changing practices in where study takes place
Dr. Sarah Brearley and Dr. Alison Collins, Division of Health Research

16:00 - End of event

The day is designed to allow ‘drop in’ as well as full day attendance, but please register your attendance so that we have an idea of numbers for catering purposes.

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This is a Lancaster University Sharing Practice Day co-ordinated jointly by

Organisation & Educational Development and the Learning Technology Group

Lancaster University
LancasterLA1 4YW United Kingdom
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