Lunchtime Forums

Higher Education Lunchtime Forums 2017 - 18

 

Wikipedia mini globe handheld

Wikipedia for Teaching and Learning

Thursday 3 May, 1pm - 2pm, Seminar Room, Ground Floor, Student Guidance Centre**

(Sandwich lunch available from 12.45pm)

Information literacy, data literacy and digital research skills are essential skills for our students, in their studies and their future careers. Ewan McAndrew is the Wikimedian in Residence at the University of Edinburgh. His role is to help academics and students understand how to better use, evaluate and benefit from the information on Wikipedia, and how to contribute scholarly knowledge openly to Wikipedia in honouring the university’s commitment to the dissemination of open knowledge.

In this webinar, Ewan will describe his work in University of Edinburgh, and some of the ways that Wikipedia and its sister projects are used there to help students develop information literacy, data literacy and digital research skills.

Email e.mcdowell@qub.ac.uk if you would like to attend. 

** Please note you can also take part in the webinar via weblink.

 

HEALTHEATRE: INTERDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION IN ACTION

Tuesday 20 February 2018,  1.00pm - 1.55pm, The McClay Library Auditorium

(Sandwich lunch availabe from 12.45pm)

The event will focus on the work of a multi-disciplinary team from Drama, Medicine and Social Work who won a Queen’s Teaching Award in 2017 for their interdisciplinary approach to education and training in health and social care which integrated techniques more commonly associated with theatre and performance.

Dr Paul Murphy (Drama), Mr Ian Walsh (Medicine) and Dr Lorna Montgomery (Social Work) will discuss their work, including the benefits of an Interdisciplinary Learning approach,  the challenges involved and the assessment approach used.  Further details are in the flyer

If you have a Queen's Staff Number, you can register via Queen's Online for this or any of the other CED courses. Full instructions for booking are on the website. For information, or for assistance with registration, please email the Centre at ced@qub.ac.uk or telephone extension 1447.