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eTeaching and Learning Workshop

Date: 1st June 2011
Location: University of Greenwich, London, Greenwich
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Presentations/Event material

A Holistic Approach to Design, Delivery and Evaluation of Courseware
Dr Quan Dang, Dr Peiyuan Pan and Dr Tingkai Wang
London Metropolitan University
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Designing and developing groupware for different forms of group work; a case study in Human Computer Interaction
Andrew Pyper
University of Hertfordshire
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Evaluating e-Delivery
Deryn Graham and Nolar Stair
University of Greenwich
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Impact of metacognitive awareness on learning in a technology enhanced learning environment.
Muesser Cemal Nat, Simon Walker, Mohammad Dastbaz, Liz Bacon and Ryan Flynn
University of Greenwich

http://www.ics.heacademy.ac.uk/downloads/events/HEA_workshop_presentation.zip

In place of Virtual Strife
Dr Mike Brayshaw and Dr Neil Gordon
University of Hull
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Increased question sharing between e-Learning systems
Ralph Attard and Bernadette-Marie Byrne
University of Hertfordshire
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Listening to and responding to learners' experiences of technology enhanced learning
Malcolm Ryan
University of Greenwich
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Web 2.0: Social Bookmarking
E de Quincey, A Hocking, J O'Gorman, S Walker, G Windall & L Bacon
University of Greenwich
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Working towards prevention of collusion on programming coursework by means of an online learning object.
Dafna Hardbattle and Ken Fisher
London Metropolitan University
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VENUE The Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich http://wwww.gre.ac.uk/about/campus

In collaboration with the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Computer and Information Sciences (HEA-ICS), this one day workshop for, and by, Educators and Researchers, will take place at the University of Greenwich, London, on Wednesday 1st June 2011 www.ics.heacademy.ac.uk/Events. 

 

Programme

09:00-10:00 Registration and coffee

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10:00-10:30 Welcome and Keynote Address, Evaluating eDelivery Deryn Graham and Nolar Stair, Business School/eCentre, Universityof Greenwich

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

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10:30-10:50 Impact of metacognitive awareness on learning in a technology enhanced learning environment. Muesser Cemal Nat, Simon Walker, Mohammad Dastbaz, Liz Bacon and Ryan Flynn, University of Greenwich

10:50-11:10 Designing and developing groupware for different forms of groupwork; a case study in Human Computer Interaction. Andrew Pyper, University of Hertfordshire

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11:10-11:40 Coffee

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

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11:40-12:00 A holistic approach to design, delivery and evaluation of courseware for e- Learning. Quan Dang, Peiyuan Pan and Tingkai Wang, London Metropolitan University

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

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12:00-12:20 In place of virtual strife – issues in teaching using collaborative technologies. Mike Brayshaw and Neil Gordon, University of Hull

12:20-12:40 Increased question sharing between e-Learning systems. Ralph Attard and Bernadette-Marie Byrne, University of Hertfordshire

12:40-13:00 Peer assessment using AROPÄ: educational philosophy and case studies. John Hamer and Helen Purchase, University of Glasgow

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13:00-14:00 Lunch

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Pedagogical and Didactic Issues

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14:00-14:20 Working towards prevention of collusion on programming coursework by means of an online learning object. Dafna Hardbattle and Ken Fisher, London Metropolitan University

14:20-14:40 From D to E: a journey of compromise and detours. Juanita Foster-Jones and Allen Foster, Aberystwyth University Designing for Learning: The way forward?

14:40-15:00 The use of social bookmarking by students across disciplines. Ed de Quincey, Avril Hocking, Josephine O’Gorman, Simon Walker and Liz Bacon, University of Greenwich

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15:00-15:30 Coffee

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15:30-16:00 Keynote

Listening and responding to learners’ experiences of technology enhanced learning, Malcolm Ryan, School of Education, University of Greenwich

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

 

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES 

This workshop aims to make sense of the domain by attempting to answer a range of questions. Suggested themes: 

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

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

Pedagogical and Didactic Issues

Design for Learning: The way forward? 

PARTICIPATION 

Participation in the workshop is open to all interested parties by registering for the workshop via the hea-ics web site www.ics.heacademy.ac.uk/Events (attendance cost £75). To stimulate discussion on the day, participants are invited to submit thoughts, essays, and provocative and reflective statements, as well as position papers.  Before, and during the workshop, these will be available for open viewing and response on the workshop on the HEA-ICS web site. On the day of the workshop we hope to have an interesting and focused debate.  

Abstracts for Position papers (maximum of 500 words), essays, thoughts and statements should be submitted, preferably in Word or pdf format to D.Graham@gre.ac.uk. Contributors of selected abstracts will be contacted and asked to submit posters or position papers in full and to present these at the workshop. Papers and posters will be published in the ISBN reference proceedings. General enquiries can be directed to D.Graham@gre.ac.uk and k.fraser@ulster.ac.uk.   

Important dates: 

1st February 2011           Final Call for participation

28th February 2011         Deadline for receipt of abstracts

14th March 2011             Deadline for responding to abstract contributors requesting full posters or papers

18th April 2011               Deadline for receipt of posters or full papers

29th April 2011               Deadline for early conference registration

27th May 2011                On-line registration for conference and workshops closes