The 2018 SOLSTICE and CLT Conference sessions took place on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th June 2018.
Prof. Phil Race, Visiting Professor Edge Hill University
Go forth and elsify!
What else can we do with feedback, teaching and assessment to make learning happen better?
Dr George Roberts, Oxford Brookes University and Visiting Fellow at Edge Hill University
Are we all adult returners?
Sue Beckingham, Sheffield Hallam University and Visiting Fellow at Edge Hill University
Exploring Social Media for Learning
Dr. Mark Childs, The Open University and Visiting Fellow at Edge Hill University
“Well I wouldn’t start from here if I were you.” Designing a modern distance learning university
Prof. Mark Schofield, Edge Hill University
Towards a Concept of Solution-Focused Teaching: Learning in Communities, About Communities, for the benefit of Communities
Prof. Sally Brown, Visiting Professor Edge Hill University and Prof. Kay Sambell, Edinburgh Napier University
International perspectives on higher education: an initial examination of the key issues.
Prof. Jack Whitehead, Visiting Professor Edge Hill University
Evidence-based practice, pedagogic research
Prof. Peter Hartley, Visiting Professor Edge Hill University and Ruth Whitfield, University of Bradford
Making the case for programme-level assessment
Simon Thomson, Leeds Beckett University and Visiting Fellow at Edge Hill University
Robot Teachers and Human – Technology Intersection in Higher Education
Developing the scholarship of teaching and learning (SOTL) at an institutional level – Claire Moscrop and Duncan Cross