Annual Learning & Teaching Conference 2017: Embedding digital literacies in the curriculum

  • Annual Learning & Teaching Conference 2017: Embedding digital literacies in the curriculum

ANNUAL LEARNING & TEACHING CONFERENCE:

EMBEDDING DIGITAL LITERACIES IN THE CURRICULUM

12TH APRIL 2017, COMPUTER SCIENCE BUILDING, MALONE ROAD, QUB

9.45 – 10.15

Registration, 1st Floor, Computer Science Building


10.15 – 10.30

Opening remarks

Professor David Jones

Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education and Students


10.30 – 11.15

Keynote

Doug Belshaw - Open Educational Thinker

THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF DIGITAL LITERACIES

11.15 – 11.45

Coffee

 11.45 – 1.15

10 minute Presentations

Overcoming the limitations and inflexibilities of existing E-Assessment systems.

Matthew Collins, Neil Anderson and Angela Allen

End of Life High Fidelity Simulation: The Use of Studiocode for Video Analysis.

Priscilla Cunningham, Joanne Reid, Helen Noble and Claire Lewis

Get by with a little help from my friends: Using an online and community-based learning approach to develop quantitative skills

Paul Mensink

Moving beyond the textbook: Integration and student perceptions of Smartbook technology

Linda Stewart, Karen King, Mark O'Reilly and Michael Stewart

Digital assessment in mathematics beyond multiple choices

Gabriele De Chiara, Gleb Gribakin and Malachy Montgomery

Embedding digital literacies in the curriculum - Using technology to enhance the student learning experience

Mark McCalmont, Sharon Haughey, Michael Williams, Rebecca Topley, David Holmes and Mairead Corrigan

Choose your lecture seat carefully… 

Aidan McGowan & John Busch

Digitisation of primary sources and History Undergraduate Dissertations

Marie Coleman 

Imperial China on your Tablet

Aglaia De Angeli and Emma Reisz


1.15 – 2.15

Lunch and POSTERS

2.15 – 3.15

Digital Literacies Workshop

Doug Belshaw, Peter Knipe & Stephen Kelly

 or

2.15 – 4.00

Presentations demos

4.00

Close

Booking for QUB Staff is via iTrent - search for CED Annual Conference 2017

For external delegates or students please contact Lina Furnell

On the map of the campus, the Computer Science Building is no. 27

Link to 2016 Conference materials

Computer Science