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Distance learning: where are we now?

Date: 3rd July 2002
Location: University of York, York
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Presentations/Event material

A Blended Model For Both Conventional Delivery and E-Learning
Gerry Goldsmith and Becky Strachan
Sheffield Hallam University
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A Critical Contemplation
Philip Barker
University of Teesside
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Application of Pedagogic Patterns to the Design of Distance Learning Materials
Steve Wade
University of Huddersfield
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CMC and How it Facilitates Productive On-Line Interactions For Distance Learners
Tina Wilson
Coventry University

Effective Integration of Technology Into A Campus Based Learning Environment: Utopia or Achievable Reality?
Pat Jefferies and Peter Waterhouse
De Montfort University
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eLearning in COASTAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT: a pedagogical perspective for broadening acces
Jean-Paul Ducrotoy and Mike Elliott
University of Hull
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Semi-Remote Learners
Peter Osmon, Virginia Williams, Lucia Baillie and John Knight
City University
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Will lecturers use VLEs?
John Traxler
University of Wolverhampton
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Time Activity / Presentation
1.00pm Arrival and Coffee
1.30pm Introduction
(Chairman: Philip Barker, University of Teesside)
1.40pm Effective Integration of Technology Into A Campus Based Learning Enviroment: Utopia or Achievable Reality?
(Pat Jefferies and Peter Waterhouse, De Montfort University)
2.00pm Staff Attitudes: Teaching With a VLE On-Campus Off-Campus
(John Traxler, University of Wolverhampton)
2.20pm Semi-Remote Learners
(Peter Osmon, Virginia Williams, Lucia Baillie and John Knight, City University)
2.40pm A Blended Model For Both Conventional Delivery and E-Learning
(Gerry Goldsmith and Becky Strachan, Sheffield Hallam University)
3.00pm Tea
3.30pm E-Learning in Coastal Sciences and Management: A Pedagogical Perspective For Broadening Access
(Jean-Paul Ducrotoy, Mike Elliott and Andrew Lawrence, The University of Hull)
3.50pm Application of Pedagogical Patterns to the Development of Distance Learning Materials
(Steve Wade, University of Huddersfield)
4.10pm CMC and How it Facilitates Productive On-Line Interactions For Distance Learners
(Tina Wilson, Coventry University)
4.30pm Closing Remarks
4.40pm Close


Posters
Using Web-Based Distance Learning To Build Real Relationships Between Tutors and Students
Jan Shaylor and Linda Williams, Chester College of Higher Education
Distance Learning in Technology and Design at UCN - Past, Present and Future
Phil Andrew and Phil Picton, University College Northampton
A Framework For Sharing Online Learning Resources
Alastair Monger, Southampton Institute
How The Best Was Won: Pioneering Tales of Surprise and Success in a Distance Learning Venture
Jean Baillie and Amanda Jefferies, University of Hertfordshire
Experience and Reflections on Running an MSc Computer Science in Distance Learning Mode
Megan Davies, University of Hertfordshire
Lessons From the First Postgraduate Programme Run Using E-Learning at the University of Central Lancashire
Alan Gillies and Barbara Mcmanus, University of Central Lancashire
Using Technology To Integrate Distant Part-Time and Local Full-Time Students
Tim Kelly and Steve King, University of York
Teaching Computer Programming By Distance Learning: Observations From Experience
John Sargeant, Chris Page and Alex Walker, University of Manchester
Deep Learning By Sharing of Tangible Experiences Using a VLE
Val Edgar-Neville and Brenda Ruysen, Sheffield Hallam University