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Provost's Teaching Awards 2013 and New Student Choice Teaching Awards
Summits and Horizons:
exemplars and prospects for teaching with e-learning @UCL
CALT and ELE are hosting a series of 6 short lunchtime events between
January and June where colleagues from across UCL will show how
e-learning has improved teaching and learning in their subjects, and
will review which technologies are likely to become significant for
staff and students in the next 5 years.
Come along to find out about a range of initiatives, including: effective use of blogs for academic purposes, using iPads for activities in lectures, concept mapping, and the 'Internet of Things'!
Sessions are open to all, and sandwiches are provided
Beyond lecture recording
Wed 23 January 2013, (Denys Holland LT, 13.05-13.55)
Carl Gombrich (BASc), on innovating with Lecturecast.
Clive Young (ELE), What do we know about what students do with Lecturecast?
Sylvia Moes (Netherlands): beyond lecture recording.
Face to face with mobile technologies
Wed 20 February 2013, (Denys Holland LT,13.05-13.55)
Christian Spielmann (Economics), iPads for lectures.
Social media for academic purposes
Wed 13 March 2013, (Denys Holland LT, 13.05-13.55)
Nick Dawe (Communications, Museums & Collections) Social media strategies.
Anthony Finkelstein (Engineering), on how to use blogs effectively.
Claire Warwick (Information Science), Twitter and digital identity.
Being ready for what's coming: a roundtable on the 2013 Horizons Report
Friday 19th April 2013
To coincide with the CALT conference. More information about the conference can be found here
Using technology to give better and faster feedback
Wed 15 May 2013, (Malet Place Engineering 1.20, 13.05-13.55)
Rosalind Duhs (CALT) on why feedback matters
Sam Green and Kevin Tang (Psychology & Language Sciences) on using Peerwise.
Kai Syng Tan (Slade) and Stephanie Gauthier (Energy Institute) on Moodle for peer feedback
Andrew Wills (Chemistry), Turning up the GAS - using Google Apps Scripts to fast track feedback and admin
Distance Learning and Concept Mapping
Wed 5 June 2013, (Taviton (16) 432, 13.05-13.55)
David West (Pharmacy) on distance learning and concept mapping
Please email Moira Wright if you are interested in these lunchtime sessions so as to allow us to estimate catering numbers.
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