Enhancing learning and teaching through the use of technology for Professional Learning and Teaching Practice
- Jennie Lee Building, Walton Hall, The Open University, Milton Keynes, England, MK7 6AA
- 29 September 2010 10:30-15:30
This event is part of the Higher Education Academy's Evidence-based Practice Syntheses.
This seminar will present the findings of a Higher Education Academy funded project synthesising examples of good practice in the use of technology to enhance the student experience. The seminar incorporates findings from a literature review, as well as reflections from practitioners and examples of evidence-informed practice will be presented. The seminar will also include an overview of findings from two related projects that have synthesised the use of evidence by practitioners in assessment and feedback, and in employability and employee learning.
The events in this series are an opportunity to:
- Find out about the effective use of learning technology for different learning and teaching contexts in each of the three areas;
- Engage with, and contribute to, the growing ELT evidence base;
- Consider the implications for future practice and research in the use of technology to enhance the student learning experience.
Who should attend: The events will be of particular interest to teaching staff, learning technologists, colleagues with learning and teaching support roles and managers working in any of the three areas.