University of Hull Annual Learning and Teaching Conference

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Dec 4, 2013 (3 years and 4 months ago)

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Technology Expo

Wednesday 23
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March

2011


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12:30


1:00

Lunch, Poster Presentations,
Derwent Café



Sessions

Poster
s

Venues

SR5/5A

LT2

LT3

Computer Suite 2, 1
st

floor

Derwent Café & vicin
i
ty

and Computer Suite 2

13:00
-
13:10

Using Lecture Theatre
Technology

Kev Sach



Quizzing Your Students? Let
their fingers do the talking.
Using the Classroom
Response System

Linda Saddington, Library and
Learning Innovation

Embracing
Wikipedia as a
Learning & Teaching
Resource

Toni Sant, School of Arts and
New Media




13:15
-
13:25

Movie Mechanisms for
Chemists: Curley Arrows
Made Easier

Jason Eames, Department
of Chemistry


You’ve got the time, we’ve got
the Xerte

Kerry Stevenson,
Library and
Learning Innovation

Extending eBridge: making
and using OERs

Lesley Coote, Department of
English



13:30
-

13:
55

Poster Presentations,

Derwent Café

& vicinity

and

Computer Suite2



14:00
-
14:10

Using video podcasts to
facilitate training

Jim

Keane
&

Kerry Pace,
Disability Services


Managing and Motivating
Groups Through
Technology

Tony Bateson

&

Tony
Wilkinson,

Department of
Engineering

Online English Language in
eBridge

Rebecca Re
e
der,

Department
of
Modern Languages


15:30



15:
40

Refreshments

1
5
:
45



16:
15

Ian Dolphin, Executive Director of the Sakai Foundation,
SR 5/5A

16:
15
-
16:30

Event Plenary, Shirley Bennett, LTSU Senior Advisor for eLearning, SR5/5A



Sessions

Posters


SR5/5A

LT2

LT3

Computer Suite 2, 1
st

floor

Derwent Café & vicin
i
ty

and Computer Suite 2

14:15


14:25

Using Google Documents
and Calendar to Support
Students Teaching
Pastoral Care.

Brian Tompsett, Department
of Computer Science


Audio Feedback

Paul Chin,

HEA Physical
Science Subject Centre

Blended Learning using
eBridge, Articulate Studio,
Camtasia and Word

Press

Peter Williams and Christine
Trala, Scarborough School of
Education


14:30
-
14:40

Poster Presentations,


Derwent Café

& vicinity
, Computer
Suite2


14:45
-
14:55



Technologies to support
the assessment and
feedback process.

Wendy Robson, HUBS

(25min session

part of
PGCHE programme
)

Using Youtube to store videos
for demonstrating within
eBridge

Robert Costello, HUBS


Asynchronous Multimedia
Digital Conversations with
Students: Using
Voicethread

Kevin Burden, Centre for
Educational Studies


15:00
-
15:10

The eBridge Pathway can be
more than a ‘display’ tool


let
students be pathway authors

Shirley Bennett
, Centre for
Education Studies
, Patrick Lynch,

Library and Learning Innovation

Personalised ePortfolio type
system supporting PDP, IPD
and CPD within professional
frameworks

David Sowden, Department of
Engineering



15:
15
-
15:
25


eBridg
ing

Learning & Teaching

Ros Win
d
ley
&

Gill Cook, East
Riding College

Anyone can code!
Developing educational
apps for the iPhone

Grant Abt, Department of
Sport Health and Exercise
Science











Posters


Please

note, posters highlighted in blue are in Computer Suite 2, Derwent 1
st

floor

Helga Bartels
-
Hardege, Biological Sciences


The use of Blogs in a placement module

eBridge blogs


Matthew Barrow, HUU

Developing a vision for the
future of the BJL


the HUU Library
Campaign


Mary Beadle, Faculty of Health and Social Care

The challenges and benefits of user involvement in the development of
reusable learning objects

eBridge, film clips


Shirley Bennett, Centre for Educational Studies

The Bridge Pathway can be more than a ‘display’ tool


let students be
pathway authors



Shirley Bennett, Centre for Educational Studies
, Patrick Lynch, Library
and Learning Innovation


FLEX (Flexible Learning EXchange)


a peer support network for you!


Shirley Bennett, Centre for Educational Studies, Patrick Lynch, Library
and Learning Innovation

A COOL (Collaborative Observation OnLine) way to share your practice
and learn from others


Shirley Bennett, Centre for Educational Studies

Research Methods online
-

why use a forum when a wiki is better?


Anamaria Camargo, CES


Using eBridge to teach in the MEd in eLearning Program
me


A long
journey from Brazil


Paul Chin, Chemistry


Audio
feedback for students

using Audacity


Lesley Coote,

English


Supporting collaborative teaching, creative assessment and personal
development

eBridge



Lesley Coote, English


Extending eBridge: as a platform for learning and teaching


From several years’
experience of using VLEs
,
I wanted to extend the
platform in order to support and deliver module/subject teaching across a
wider physical space, with particular reference to collaborative and multi
-
site
support and delivery.


Robert Costello, HUBS

Using Yo
utube to store videos for demonstrating

within eBridge (GVRE
-

Graduate School)


Lee Fallin, HUU



Enhancing Course Representation through Online Technologies


eBridge for communication and training, facebook, twitter, email, website


Helen Fenwick,
History


eBridge


E
ncouraging a baseline presence by all staff whilst making
efficient use of central sites


Anji Gardiner
, H
ealth Professional Studies


Using the Sakai Pathway tool to deliver module infor
mation and
activities

U
se of the pathway tool to deliver course information and activities


Alec Gill, Study Advice Service



Study Advice Service Online workshop topics in eBridge


eBridge
pathway


Neil Gordon, Computer Science


Peer assessment of group work using WebPA


Neil
Gordon, Computer Science


Creating reusable learning objects with Xerte



Neil Gordon, Computer Science

Web 2.0

(Wikis, blogs and groupware, Sharepoint) in teaching



Douglas Hamilton, History


eB
ridge, learning and the environment



Andy Holmes, CLL

Use
of Wiki sites to support the teaching of an Enterprise Skills module
and a Preparation for Higher Education module


Paul Hopkins, CES

Online Support for Students on a Vocational Course



Paul Hopkins, CES

Using Textwall for instant feedback



Jim Keane
,
Disabilities Services



iHall, providing a functional eResource to students in our Halls



A customised version of the Content Management System Joomla, web
browsers, interactive web
-
based databases


Jim Keane & Kerry Pace, Disabilities Services
, Jane
Wray, FHSC


Using video podcasts to facilitate training


Video Po
dcasts on YouTube


Cristina Leston Bandeira, Politics & International Studies

Paths of Research in Politics

eBridge pathway


Leigh Nicholson, HUU



Use of online marketing by the Students’
Union


Facebook, twitter, emails, texts, etc...








Ola Ogbuehi
& Catriona Jones, Nursing & Midwifery


The challenges of attempting to apply the standards of professional
behaviour used in “physical space”, to cyberspace

A

poster which highlights some of the issues about today’s midwifery
students increasingly interacting with online social media such as Facebook,
My Space, Bebo, etc.
highlight
ing

and shar
ing

some of the deeper and
unexplored aspects of social networking in

the health professions, suggesting
that emerging e
-
professionalism issues require a new approach to the
traditional framework of professionalism.



Andrew King, Creative Music Technology


The Studio Resource

Online Learning


Dave Overton, SSE


Use of
Social Networking Media with ITE students



Dave Overton, SSE


Use of ePortfolios with ITE students



Linda Saddington, Library & Learning Innovations

Quizzing your students? Let their fingers do the talking with a
Classroom Response System


Classroom
response system turns a PowerPoint presentation into an
interactive quiz tool


David Sowden, Engineering


Personalised ePortfolio type system supporting PDP, IPD and CPD
within professional frameworks


ePortfolios, Developed as an eBridge plugin


June
Waudby
, E
nglish



Wetpaint wiki for literature
-
type module


Tony Wilkinson
&
T
ony

Bateson
, E
ngineering


A Multifaceted Approach to Practical Work at a Distance
-

Work in
Progress



Tony Wilkinson & Tony Bateson, Engineering


Remote La
boratories
-

t
he
Future for Distance Teaching