15 November 2011 to 25 November 2011
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Innovating e-Learning 2011, the sixth in the popular series of JISC online conferences, brings together delegates from further and higher education with an interest in technology-enhanced learning and teaching. Sessions fall under two themes: learning landscapes and nativgating pathways.
Innovating e-Learning 2011, the sixth in the popular series of Jisc online conferences, brings together delegates from further and higher education with an interest in technology-enhanced learning and teaching.
This year’s programme offers more than ever before with two distinct elements demonstrating the advantages of online conferencing. Firstly, the pre-conference activity week, starting on the 15th November, provides a platform for delegates and agencies, such as the Jisc Regional Support Centres, to run their own short presentations and showcase events. The main conference then starts on the 22nd November with sessions programmed under two themes, each with its own keynote presentation and plenary. The final keynote is delivered this year by Ewan MacIntosh. All sessions in the main conference are live but recorded for delegates who cannot attend at the time. Sessions are also supported by asynchronous discussion forums open to all delegates.
Pre-conference activity week
During the week beginning 15th November, a variety of events and activities will provide a lively pre-conference experience. You will need to register early to fully participate in these events.
Theme 1: learning landscapes
Sessions in Theme 1 discuss the importance of forging a collaborative cross-sector environment in which further and higher education institutions, learners and employers can work together to shape a forward-looking curriculum.
Theme 2: navigating pathways
Sessions in Theme 2 open up some of the challenges involved in learning and teaching in a digital age and discuss possible solutions.
- Learning in Transition Radio Show
- Opening keynote: Towards a digital pedagogy - David Puttnam (Lord Puttnam of Queensgate)
- Theme 1 keynote: tensions in collaboration in a changing landscape - Bill Rammell
- Session 1: An evidence-based model to enhance programme-wide assessment using technology
- Session 2: Students as agents of change
- Session 3: Work-force and Employer Needs – A Collaborative Solution
- Theme 2 keynote: navigating the future of education - Mike Sharples, Open University
- Session 4: What needs to change in curriculum design?
- Session 5: Panel session on digital literacy
- Session 6: Open practice across sectors
- The Crowdsourced Keynote: co-creating learning - Ewan McIntosh, notosh.com