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Programme and Registration Form

This conference is only open to staff. Participation is free but you will be required to register for the various sessions and the complimentary conference buffet/reception.
On-line Registration for the Conference has now closed. However, you can still register in person on the day at the Registration Desk in the South Cloisters, Wilkins Building.
The programme is listed below for information.

Where possible, contributions to the programme have been grouped by theme, as shown for each session.

Wednesday 29th March 2006 

Time
 
Event
 
Location
Session 1 (Plenary): Wednesday 29th March 09.15 - 10.45
Theme: Teaching & Learning in Action
09.15 - 09.25   Welcome
Prof. Malcolm Grant, Provost & President
  Old Refectory


09.25 - 09.30   Introduction
Prof. Roland Rosner, Director, EISD
  Old Refectory


09.30 - 10.05   Keynote
Reflecting on the future of e-learning

Prof. Diana Laurillard, Chair of Learning with Digital Technologies, Institute of Education
  Old Refectory


10.05 - 10.25   Object-based teaching and learning at UCL
Dr. Helen Chatterjee, UCL Museums and Collections
  Old Refectory
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10.25 - 10.45   "RESPECT": Critical success factors in a widening access summer school for 16-year-olds from deprived socio-economic backgrounds
Prof. Trisha Greenhalgh, Jill Russell, Lisa Dunkley, Petra Boynton, Frances Lefford & Nikhil Chopra, Primary Care & Population Sciences
  Old Refectory
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10.45 - 11.15   Break and exhibition   Jeremy Bentham Room
Session 2 (Plenary): Wednesday 29th March 11.15 - 13.00
Theme: Exploiting IT
11.15 - 11.35   Teaching statistics using WebCT
Ms. Aviva Petrie, Eastman Dental Institute & Ms. Penny Everett
  Old Refectory
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11.35 - 11.55   WebCT for large courses at UCL– A Sceptic Converted?
Dr. Andrea Sella, Chemistry
  Old Refectory
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11.55 - 13.00   Highlights of Exhibition Posters   Old Refectory


13.00 - 14.00   Break and exhibition   Jeremy Bentham Room
Session 3 (Plenary): Wednesday 29th March 14.00 - 15.20
Theme: Intellectual Love of the Discipline¹
14.00 - 14.20   Enquiry and the integration of teaching and research
Prof. Stephen Rowland, CALT
  Old Refectory
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14.20 - 14.40   Spatial Literacy in Teaching (SpLinT): a Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Prof. Paul Longley & Alex Singleton, Geography/Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
  Old Refectory
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14.40 - 15.00   BoneView: teaching and learning support for zooarchaeology
Dr. Louise Martin, Institute of Archaeology & Maudie Gunzi BA
  Old Refectory
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15.00 - 15.20   Mathematics assessment: asking for the right answer
Dr. Mark Roberts & Dr. Robert Bowles, Mathematics Department
  Old Refectory
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15.20 - 15.50   Break and exhibition   Jeremy Bentham Room
Session 4A (Parallels): Wednesday 29th March 15.50 - 17.30
Theme: London's Global University
15.50 - 16.10   An Inside View of the European Higher Education Lab: Erasmus Mundus and the Making of Joint Masters Degrees
Ms. Lorraine Dardis, Centre for International Health, Institute of Child Health, Prof. Wendy Davies, UCL Pro-Provost for Europe, Mr. Mark Pickerill, UCL International Office, Dr. Christopher Gerry, School of Slavonic and East European Studies & Dr. Francesca Medda, Centre for Transport Studies
  Garden Room
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16.10 - 16.30   UCL Students and the Global Job Market
Ms. Emily Huns & Mr. Dave Carter, UCL Careers Service
  Garden Room
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16.30 - 16.50   Globalisation: exciting challenges for Legal Education
Ms. Lucinda Miller, Laws
  Garden Room
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16.50 - 17.10   Recognising student diversity: a report on some SLAIS teaching and learning projects
Dr. Andrew Flinn & Dr Elizabeth Shepherd, School of Library Archive and Information Studies
  Garden Room
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17.10 - 17.30   Developing a Bartlett Strategy for Innovative Learning
Miss Louie Sieh, Bartlett School of Planning, Ms. Judith MacBean & Dr. Claire Colomb
  Garden Room
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Session 4B (Parallels): Wednesday 29th March 15.50 - 17.30
Theme: Teaching & Learning in Action
15.50 - 16.10   Use of interactive voting system in clinical teaching
Prof. Sue Lightman, Prof. Peter Mccluskey & Miss Narciss Okhravi, Department of Clinical Ophthalmology, Institute of Ophthalmology
  Old Refectory
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16.10 - 16.30   Skills Development for Undergraduates and Masters Students
Dr. Jenny Marie & Dr. Paul Walker, CALT
  Old Refectory
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16.30 - 16.50   Using wikis to support collaborative exploration of anthropological issues
Mr. Rodney Reynolds, Anthropology, Nicolette Makovicky & Phil Riding
  Old Refectory
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16.50 - 17.10   Wiki Technology in the Dutch Department and the Virtual Department of Dutch
Mr. Ulrich Tiedau & Ms Kathryn Ronnau-Bradbeer, Dutch
  Old Refectory
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17.10 - 17.30   Coping with copyright and content
Mr. Martin Reid & June Hedges, UCL Library Services
  Old Refectory
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17.30   Close    



Thursday 30th March 2006 

Time
 
Event
 
Location
Session 5 (Plenary): Thursday 30th March 09.15 - 10.55
Theme: London's Global University
09.15 - 09.35   “Will you be like a normal Lecturer and tell me the answer?” – Problem Based Learning in E&EE
Dr. John Mitchell, Jan Smith, Tony Kenyon & Hugh Griffiths, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
  Old Refectory
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09.35 - 09.55   Languages of the Wider World - CETL
Dr. Christine Hoffmann, Language Centre & Ms. Cristina Ros i Sole, Faculty of Arts and Humanities
  Old Refectory
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09.55 - 10.15

** CANCELLED **
  Internationalising International Health
Ms. Sophie Martin & Prof. John S Yudkin, International Health & Medical Education Centre, Department of Medicine
  Old Refectory
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09.55 - 10.15   Going Global: Establishing a High Prestige Collaborative Teaching Program with an Ivy League University
Dr. Mary Target, Prof. Peter Fonagy, Psychoanalysis Unit, Department of Psychology & Prof. Linda Mayes, Yale University
  Old Refectory
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10.15 - 10.35   Blended learning for a global corporation: the BT Masters in Telecommunications
Mr. Marco Federighi, Faculty of Engineering Sciences & Prof. Chris Todd, Electronic and Electrical Engineering
  Old Refectory
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10.35 - 10.55        


10.55 - 11.20   Break and exhibition   Jeremy Bentham Room
Session 6 (Plenary): Thursday 30th March 11.20 - 13.00
Theme: Exploiting IT
11.20 - 11.40   Towards a one-stop on-line shop for medical students
Dr. David Bender, Dept of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Academic Centre for Medical Education
  Old Refectory
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11.40 - 12.00   Fitting IT Training into the Medical Curriculum
Ms. Jeannette Murphy & medical students, CHIME (Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education) & Caroline Norris
  Old Refectory
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12.00 - 12.20   Cross-university collaboration and resource development
Dr. Sandra Dunsmuir, Psychology
  Old Refectory
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12.20 - 12.40   An innovative approach to tutorial delivery
Dr. Andrea Townsend-Nicholson, Prof. Elizabeth Shephard, Dr. Amanda Cain & Charmian Dawson, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  Old Refectory
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12.40 - 13.00   Computer and IT augmentation of practical phonetics training
Mr. Michael Ashby, Department of Phonetics and Linguistics
  Old Refectory
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13.00 - 14.00   Break and exhibition   Jeremy Bentham Room
Session 7A (Parallels): Thursday 30th March 14.00 - 15.30
Theme: Innovation
14.00 - 14.30   Approaches to Teaching of Engineering
Ms. Rana Imam, Patricia Idaewor & Craig Childs, Centre for Transport Studies, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
  Garden Room
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14.30 - 15.00   Research Methodology and Statistics CD: Help on a disc
Dr. Angie Wade, Institute of Child Health
  Garden Room
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Session 7B (Parallels): Thursday 30th March 14.00 - 15.30
Theme: Exploiting IT
14.00 - 14.30   Encouraging numerical skills across the three years of a Life Sciences degree
Prof. Elizabeth Shephard, Asvi Francois, Dr. Andrea Townsend-Nicholson & Dr. Amanda Cain, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  Old Refectory
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14.30 - 15.00   Developing Successful On-Line Student Evaluation Questionnaires (eSEQs): demonstration and debate
Dr. Anita Berlin, Medical School (Faculty of Clinical Sciences) & Dr. Will Coppola, Lecturer in Primary Health Care
  Old Refectory
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15.00 - 15.30   Supporting trends in teaching
Ms. Maria Darmon, Information Systems & Mr. Phil Riding, Information Systems (EISD)
  Old Refectory
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15.30   Break and exhibition   Jeremy Bentham Room
Session 8 (Plenary): 16.00 - 17.30
Theme: Teaching & Learning in Action
16.00 - 16.20   Incorporating professional practice into post-graduate teaching: the case of the MSc in Development and Planning
Ms. Caren Levy, Eleni Kyrou, Pascale Hofmann, Patrice North, Michael Walls, Babar Mumtaz, Leyin Zhang & Julio D Davila, Development Planning Unit
  Old Refectory
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16.20 - 16.40   Innovative Teaching Using Guest Interviews
Dr. Gillian Bentley, Anthropology
  Old Refectory
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16.40 - 17.00   Get Presenting! Designing and implementing a course to help students deal with public speaking anxiety
Miss Kath Woolf & Dr. Jayne Kavanagh, Royal Free & University Medical School
  Old Refectory
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17.00 - 17.30   Closing
Prof. Michael Worton, Vice-Provost (Academic & International)
  Old Refectory


17.30 - 20.30   Buffet Reception & Exhibition   Jeremy Bentham Room

Disclaimers
  • Data Protection Act 1998: The information that you give will be used only for the administration of this conference, including attendance lists, and to generate statistics for use in planning future events. It will be destroyed after six months.
  • Photography at the event: You should be aware that a UCL photographer will be present during the Conference, in order to make a photographic record of the event. These photographs may be used in future for publicity. If you do not wish to be photographed, please could you notify the Conference Co-ordinator Sara Kelly at sara.kelly@ucl.ac.uk or on 020 7679 0004 (internal ext. 30004).

¹ as used in "The Enquiring University" by Prof Stephen Rowland published by McGraw Hill 2006.



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