HYELN 2013: Learning Technologies in Practice: Innovation through Collaboration

Higher York logoDe Grey Court at York St John University saw the third Higher York E-Learning Conference take place on the 4th June.  The conference, a free full day event, was well attended and comprised of four sessions with a choice of three presentations (or workshops) in each of the four session timeslots.

Where we have links or have made posts ourselves on the day’s sessions we have included them in the following breakdown of how the day unfolded:

Click here to view the conference programme (270K PDF)

Click here to see the session abstracts (530K PDF)

Matthew Collins (University of York) Low cost, low maintenance solutions to collaboration in education (and research) Blog post
Celine Kingman (York St John University) Disruptive Technology: an E-portfolio model for active assessment for learning ELDT Blog Post
Ian D Benest (University of York) Conflicts in Designing Electronic Educational Documents Ian’s presentation
Martell Linsdel and Rob Hardy (York St John University) Reflections on the MOOC experience ELDT Blog Post
Cinzia Bacilieri and Cathy Dantec (University of York) Using tecnology to revisit assessment and teaching practice ELDT Blog Post
Alison Hayes (York St John University) Independent learning materials
Adrian Lee (University of York) Planning and Conducting an Impact Evaluation of the Holistic use of Turnitin
Steve Sidaway (My Knowledge Map) Open Badges: a vehicle for motivation and celebrating excellence Steve’s Presentation (1.81MB PPTX)
Brett Wilkie and Andreas Liefeith (York St John University) Employment of audio video feedback within an educational settings ELDT Blog Post
Anita Backhouse, Ian Wilson, Daniel Mackley, Jack Patterson and Chloe Morritt (York St John University) Enhancing the formative assessment environment through the use of mobile technologies Anita’s Presentation (Slide Share)
William Strange (University of York) The use of free web 2.0 tools and social media to enhance teaching and learning in the context of Initial Teacher Training – a case study William’s Presentation (3.91MB PPT)
Ros Brownlow (University of York) Tales from the Cardioverse: Presentation of an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis study which explores students’ experience of learning through online Entertainment- Education ELDT Blog PostRos’ Presentation (575k PPTX)
Matt Cornock and Blayn ParkinsonEncouraging use of digital resources: responding to student feedback about problems of reading on screen ELDT Blog PostMatt and Blayn’s Presentation (Slide Share video)
Posters
Community-informed framework for assuring quality in distance learning programmes (Richard Walker & Wayne Britcliffe) Distance Learning Framework Poster (715k PDF)

Click here to navigate to the Higher York eLearning Network website.

3 responses to “HYELN 2013: Learning Technologies in Practice: Innovation through Collaboration

  1. Pingback: Higher York e-learning conference (June 2014) | E-Learning Development Team·

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