Plenary #iblc10

PLENARY Jon Alltree, Irene Anderson, Peter Chatterton, Amanda Jeffries Question for the panel: How do we get those who are not converted to develop a more profound & sophisticated understanding of Blended Learning. Martin: Know your students. Peter: Know your staff/stakeholders. Develop communications & engagement strategy & plan. Understand the stakeholders and their needs & […]

Guy Saward (@guy75) – Social Bookmarking #iblc10

COLLAB & SOCIAL BOOKMARKING – Guy Saward What/Why? Pilots Impact on teaching & learning Practitioner in teaching, manages lots of daily information, business/IT background… Online resources – accessible anywhere in the world (losing information between machines). Do the students have the same needs? How do they save bookmarks? Use in multiple contexts? Online (social) bookmarking? […]

Creating a Community in Blended Learning using the Talents of All? #iblc10

Barbara Lee & David Moxon Creating a Community of Practice in Blended Learning using the talents of all? How far does your CoP exist? Likelihood that Universities are at different stages with their community Certain things evolve May have a mix of lecturers that wish to see student uptake and those that wish to use […]

Twitter for Communities of Practice, #iblc10

Twitter for co p bex lewis & david rush View more presentations from Bex Lewis. The slides from the presentation I’m giving with David Rush at the International Blended Learning Conference, Hertfordshire, today.

Paul Brett, using students as e-ambassadors #iblc10

Students as Partners in ‘e’ blended learning: can they help us? Dr Paul Brett, University of Wolverhampton   Strategic E/Blended Learning Widening Participation: 22,000 students, most 1st generation, wide ethnic mix VLE is widely used, and recently successful in the use of e-portfolio students, with 21,000 students with active engagement.   3 x 180 degree […]