Learning on Screen Conference 2011
- National Film Theatre (BFI Southbank), London
- 24 March 2011 10:30-16:30
This year, in a break from the traditional two-day event, the 2011 Learning on Screen Conference & Awards, organised by the British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC), will take place within a one-day programme.
Enhancing the Learning Experience
As student fees increase and institution budgets are cut, the need to meet and exceed student learning expectations, without increasing costs, is of paramount importance.
Flexible approaches to teaching and learning, alongside the knowledge and understanding of how to find, use and produce content to create informative and captivating lessons, is key to success both in HE and FE.
The conference will focus on the importance and benefits of using moving image and sound in education. Sessions will explore:
- using moving image and sound to improve teaching and learning
- meeting student expectations
- content – finding it and using it effectively
- production – designing successful educational media
- controlling and reducing costs.
Presentations will be delivered by experts and leading practitioners and include practical guidance, innovative ideas and case studies.
Who should attend?
Teaching staff, librarians/information managers, researchers, curriculum professionals, copyright officers, media services, AV and IT staff, e-learning specialists and others who need to be aware of how moving image and sound can improve the learning experience and enhance classroom teaching.
Registration to attend the Learning on Screen Conference and Awards 2011 is now open. You can register to attend the conference/awards or the awards ceremony.
Conference and Awards
10.30am – 4.30pm and 6pm onwards