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e Teaching and Learning Workshop 2009

Date: 2nd June 2009
Location: University of Greenwich
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Tuesday 2nd June 2009, King William 302



09:00-09:30 Registration and coffee, setting-up of posters


09:30-10:00 Welcome and Keynote Address


General Issues (State of the Art, e-Learning Standards, Learning Objects and Repositories, Digital Games)

10:00-10:30 An investigation into on-line interactive feedback in Higher Education. Jason Williams, University of Wales Institute Cardiff


10:30-11:00 Does reflective writing practice improve programming skills? Dafna Hardbattle, Ken Fisher and Peter Chalk, London Metropolitan University


11:00-11:30 Coffee and Interactive Posters


Technical Issues (Knowledge Management, Multimedia and ICTs in Education, Collaborative Leaning/Groupware)

11:30-12:00 Screencasting as a vehicle for learning and teaching. Martin Bush, London South Bank University


12:00-12:30 Managing learning resources – technical issues with learning objects, repositories and searching the semantic web. Mike Brayshaw and Neil Gordon, University of Hull


Pedagogical and Didactic Issues

12:30-13:00 Making the technology fit the pedagogy. Keith Beechener and Wendy Fisher, The Open University



13:00-14:00 Lunch


14:00-14:30 A Move towards personalised learning. Robert Costello and Darren Mundy, University of Hull


Designing for Learning: The way forward?

14:30-15:00 Implementing reflective writing activities using mobile devices. Michael Ghebru, London Metropolitan University      



15:00-15:30 Coffee and Interactive Posters


15:30-16:00 Designing for Learning: The way forward?

Addressing the challenges of low ICT literacy in UK university students. Richard Self, University of Derby                                                                                                                                               


16:00-16:30 Keynote


16:30-17:00 Summing-up, departure



Poster Sessions: 11:00-11:30, 15:00-15:30


The use of ontologies in personalised e-learning to enable automated identification and dynamic updating of learner models, Muesser Cemal Nat, Liz Bacon and Mohammad Dastbaz, University of Greenwich


The development of high performing self-led virtual teams, Mary Kiernan, University of Greenwich


An integrated wireless attendance and time monitoring by means of mobile devices for m-learning applications, Jack Lewandowski and Hisbel E. Arochena, Coventry University


Teaching functional programming using an IRC robot, John P. T. Moore, Thames Valley University


Teaching X.0, D. Mundy and R. Consoli, University of Hull


Developing an ontology for the semantic web for iLearn an e-learning platform, Sophie E. Peter, Liz Bacon and Mohammad Dastbaz, University of Greenwich