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Pedagogy Experts meeting presentations online

Sarah Knight
Last modified 09 Nov, 2005
Published 09 Nov, 2005
The papers and presentations from the recent online Pedagogy Experts meeting held on the 5th October are now available online.

The presentations from the face to face meeting are at:

http://www.jisc.ac.uk/elp_expertsoctober05.html

The face to face meeting was accompanied by a week long online conference, with themed area of Designing for Learning; Understanding my Learning and e-Learning and Innovation. Summaries of these discussions are also available.

Some feedback about the online meeting:

Of the 128 members of the Experts Group, 87 people (68%) logged in at least once.

In terms of activity, altogether there were 10135 page views, an average of about 116 per person logging in.

Total posts came to 330, with 48% of the people logging in making at least one posting – indicating a very high level of active participation.

We received some very positive feedback from those who participated including:

“I have not been able to attend any face to face meetings of the ePed Group, but after last week I feel part of the group nonetheless. Please do run this again. I think the starter presentations were of high quality, a good stimulus for debate and reference throughout. The moderation was sensitive and effective, the daily summaries were really valuable in reminding us of where we had been and where we were trying to get to. The site was clear and easy to navigate.”

And,

“I think this is a great way to share views based on themes and workshop materials prior to a meeting. As well as allowing people to contribute who can't make the f2f event, it also focuses the mind on the issues in hand and will make the event that much more productive.”

Online Pedagogy Conference:

We are now starting work on planning the Online Pedagogy Conference which runs from 27-31st March 2006 and will showcase the work of the e-Learning Programme in terms of pedagogy and practice. The conference will also be the focus for reviewing the chapters being written by project teams involved with the Pedagogy strand for a book entitled, Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age, which will be published by Routledge in 2006.

We would very much like to encourage members of the Experts Group to participate in this conference. Should you wish to be involved as either a speaker of as a facilitator for this conference, please could you email me with your availability by 11 November.

Date of next meeting:

A reminder that the date of the next meeting has been set for the 22 February 2006, venue to be confirmed.

 

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