Friday, 8 November 2013

City University Event: HeLF 10th Birthday Bash

The 10th Anniversary event seemed a great success with over 35 people attending. The following describes (in their words) what they are taking away from the event:

  • Kyriaki's spectrum and what it may mean for the role of a Head of e-learning
  • Diana's conversational framework as conceptual framework for a Learning & Teaching Strategy, also using it for academic staff development
  • Gartner Hype Cycle
  • What do we want our learning and teaching mic to look like
  • Business case
  • Developing digital literacy to enable new pedagogy
  • Pedagogical Pattern Collector
  • Re-use / repurpose strategies from the past to manage large groups
  • thinking about the roles our Staff do and how they fit the institution
  • Focus on tools rather than policies - if helps then they will use
  • Tools for staff to design curriculum are really important
  • let's move to Scotland
  • Linking VLE with Records
  • Kyriaki's spectrum of ed.tech work and moving ed techs to be more an L&T "end" as change agents

I am in the process sorting out the session recordings. However, the slides are below.

Reflections on pedagogical developments: Past and future ambitions and realities: Diana Laurillard



Note: some slides have not converted effectively in Google Drive. The original powerpoint
is available (click here)



HeLF 10th Anniversary Event: Scottish initiatives in e-Learning Enhancement-led Innovation: David Walker



Note: some slides have not converted effectively in Google Drive. The original powerpoint
is available (click here)



Past, present and future: The role of ‘Head of e-Learning’ in UK higher education: Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou



Note: some slides have not converted effectively in Google Drive. The original powerpoint
is available (click here)



Reflections on developments with learning technologies: York’s journey and some discussion on sector trends (2003-2013): Richard Walker



Note: some slides have not converted effectively in Google Drive. The original powerpoint
is available (click here)

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