Day 2 Resources

Thank you to all of our presenters, here are links to the presentations and papers that have been shared with us.

 

Day Two – CLTR 2012

 

Keynote 1:  Assessment and Feedback: the route to success

Professor Margaret Price, Oxford Brookes University

 

Keynote 2:  Academic Literacies: how research and theory about academic writing can contribute to transforming practice

Dr Theresa Lillis, The Open University

 

Session 1 – University in the Forest: the benefits and restrictions of using technology enhanced learning as a means of creating innovation in teaching and learning – Peter Shukie, University Centre Blackburn College

Session 2 – Improving Quality: exchanging good practice in assessment   – Tony Turjansky, Edge Hill University

Session 3 – Effectiveness and Measurement of Technology Enhanced Learning in Higher Education Institutions of Pakistan  – Dr Shafqat Hameed, NUST University, Pakistan

Session 4 – Will This Come Up in the Exam? Motivations for attendance amongst entry level undergraduate students   – Stu Field, Edge Hill University

Session 5 – We’ve Made an eBook! Designing and publishing an ebook as a tool to enhance the development of staff and student digital literacy skills                                                                                        Susan Smith & Jakki Sheridan-Ross, Centre for Learning & Teaching, Leeds Metropolitan University

Session 6 – Addressing Students’ and Staffs’ Expectations of Higher Education in Response to the Fee Rise 2012 – Dr Elizabeth Bates, University of Cumbria & Linda Kaye, Edge Hill University

Session 7 – Blogs for Reflection and Discussion: bringing digital literacy into the curriculum  – Lindsay Jordan, University of the Arts London

Session 8 – Nudge Psychology – Developing Effective Learners – Karen McCormack & Ian Duxbury, Edge Hill University                                                                                                        

Session 9 (i) – Shifting Identities: from classroom practitioner to undergraduate student  – Alexis Moore & Joanne Sutcliffe, Edge Hill University

Session 9 (ii) – A Study into Student Experience and Expectations of a Personal Tutor System – Kerrie Jones, Edge Hill University

Session 9 (iii) – Aimhigher Alumni to University Alumni: longitudinal impacts of Aimhigher Greater Merseyside on current undergraduates’ learning and success? – Angie Daly, Edge Hill University

Session 10 – Use of Visual Metaphors in Virtual Environments for Teaching and Learning: the user point of view – Dr Beatriz Pacheco, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie & Eliani Kfouri, Mboé- Educação em Rede

Session 11 – The Impact of Academic Writing Skills Support: a case study – Andrew Tomkins, Edge Hill University

Session 12 – A Sense of Belonging and Student Retention – Ian Currie, Edge Hill University

Session 13 – Competing in the Graduate Labour Market: student perspectives on (not) developing their ‘personal capital’ – Dr Paul Greenbank, Edge Hill University  

Session 14 – The Role of ‘Context’ in the Design of Integrated Information Literacy Skills – Learner Preferences – Kirsty Baker, The Open University

Session 15 – Enhancing Employability Through the Use of ‘Real Users’ in Computing Modules – Shirley Hunter-Barnett, Edge Hill University

Session 16 – Feeding Forward: supporting level 6 academic writing – Charles Davis, Claire Scott & Ani Scott, University of Derby

Session 17 – Creating Effective Feedback to Support Students’ Engagement with Academic Writing – Jacqui Basquill & John Bostock, Edge Hill University

Session 18 – The Transition Project – Daniel Robinson, Edge Hill University

 

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