Academic Practice Events: Transforming Technology Enhanced Learning at Exeter – half day conference; Wednesday 10th June: 12.00 – 16.30

Transforming Technology Enhanced Learning at Exeter – half day conference

Wednesday 10th June 12.00 – 16.30

All colleagues from the University of Exeter are invited to the first Transforming Technology Enhanced Learning (TTEL) half day conference on Wednesday 10th June.

The event will launch the work of the TTEL group which is being led by Professor Jean McEwen to help deliver the aspirations highlighted in Aim 5 of the new Education Strategy. The event is an opportunity for all staff to start exploring their own use of digital technologies to support all aspects of the curriculum and is being sponsored by Turningpoint.

To register for the event please complete the online registration form or email aspire@exeter.ac.uk

Please see the Transforming Technology Enhanced Learning conference – draft agenda for more information – workshop titles and an online workshop registration form will be circulated in the next week.

 

A reminder also of our upcoming “8 Days of Twitter” event, which is being held in the run up to the TTEL conference:

8 Days of Twitter – #UoE8Do

A few minutes a day online from Monday 1st June – Wednesday 10th June

In the run up to the conference, ASPIRE will be running 8 Days of Twitter, an online course which, in a few minutes a day over 8 week days, gets you tweeting and exploring what Twitter has to offer you, focusing very practically on how it can support your academic practice. There will be facilitators on hand to guide and support.

Each day, the course will provide a short post, which you can read in your own time, guiding you through a small aspect of Twitter. We will interact with each other on Twitter too, so you can start building your professional network at Exeter.

None of these activities will take up very much of your time, so we hope that you will join us, whether you are brand new to Twitter or looking to develop your use of the platform.

To register, please send an email to: ASPIRE@exeter.ac.uk

 

And our next Academic Practice Seminar is:

An Alternative Model for Managing Standards of Student Conduct with a Focus on Online Student Behaviours

Lead by Kate Hellman (Head of Academic Development)

Thursday 28th May 2015 13:00-14:00

Streatham: Building One, Bateman, with video conference link to Penryn: Tremough House Meeting Room

This seminar will explore the issue of dealing with online student content. After viewing a number of clips from the Innovative Educators webinar on “Online Student Conduct: Procedures, Compliance & Assessment”, this seminar will provide a space to further examine and discuss concerns over student behaviours and protocols online.

This is a relaxed lunchtime seminar so bring along your food and drink and join colleagues in an inspiring and discursive session. Everyone is welcome – academics, professional services and ASPIRE Fellows. There is no need to book.

aspire@exeter.ac.uk

as.exeter.ac.uk/aspire/

http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/aspire/

726 398 (Internal ext 6398)

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