To ensure all staff could benefit from our 6th May TLE Seminar “What’s New in Learning Technology”, we recorded the sessions, which are now available on our YouTube channel, so if you want to know more about Flipped Classrooms, e-portfolios or Open Educational Practices in Scotland follow this link to the TLE Seminar YouTube Playlist .
Many thanks to our external speakers: Dr Pete Cannell and Dr Ronald Macintyre from OEPS, Dr Heather Smith from Cranfield University, Robert Chielewski from Institute of Academic Development Edinburgh University and Alastair Brooke and Nathan Cobb from Blackboard.
The University is starting at Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) working group that will include all stakeholders throughout the university, including senior management, academic teaching staff, administrative and support functions. The working group will be asked to consider the technology Abertay are currently using, what the sector trends are are what our future direction should be. This seminar will showcase some of the technologies the group will be asked to consider. Heads of Schools will be asking for volunteers for this group very soon.
We wil be inviting external speakers to talk about the Open Education Practices Scotland project, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Flipped Classroom, e-portfolios for personal development and employability.
Blackboard will also be attending via Webinar to update us on future directions for their virtual learning environment.
There will be a panel for Questions and Answers at the end of the seminar which we hope will spark ideas for the working group.
10:30 Open Education Practice Scotland project and MOOCs
11:30 The Flipped Classroom
12:30 Use of e-portfolios for Personal Development and Employability
13:00 Blackboard – Content & Community + Future Direction
13:30 Panel Question & Answer session
Book your place on the TLE Seminar What’s New In Learning Technology? All welcome
Note: Relevant workshops relating to this seminar will be run over the summer by TELS.