Technology Enhanced Learning at Sussex

Seminar series


The Technology Enhnaced Learning seminar series recommences this term on the 31st March with a talk from Mark Glynn and Lisa Donaldson, Dublin City University. Read more about each seminar below. A light lunch as well as tea and coffee will be provided at each seminar.

Spring Term 2016/17

Mark Glynn and Lisa DonaldsonTechnology Rich Formative Assessment Experiences Masterclass

Mark Glynn and Lisa Donaldson

Assessment and feedback are critical drivers of student learning but they are demanding in terms of staff time and resources. This innovative workshop will demonstrate how to easily make formative assessment an... [ More Info ]

Date: Friday, 31st March 2017      |  Time: 12.30 - 2pm  |  Venue: Jubilee 118  |  More Info


Autumn Term 2016/17

Jane SeckerDeveloping digitally literate staff and students: experiences from LSE 

Jane Secker

The session reflects on 10 years of running a digital literacy programme for staff at LSE, including the evolving nature of the programme, challenges, lessons learnt and the impact of the programme. It will discuss the benefits of running this programme collaboratively with Learning Technology and Library staff. I will also discuss how we’ve worked with students in partnership on digital literacy for the past 3 years... [ More Info ]

Date: Wednesday, 19th October 2016      |  Time: 12.30 - 2pm  |  Venue: Quiet Room, Meeting House  |  More Info

Keith Smyth and Peter HartleyChallenges and opportunities in the post-digital age 
Keith Smyth and Peter Hartley

This interactive session will identify key challenges which will confront every HEI as we move into the post-digital age and discuss the ways that we might respond to these challenges, using examples drawn from across UK and international HE. Developments in our digital capability give us the opportunity to transform and improve many of the ways that we teach and help students to learn, ranging from the design of our teaching rooms to the support we provide to students off-campus. The possibilities of digital space also allow us to challenge and enrich how we think about the place of the university...[ More Info ]

Date: Tuesday, 29th November 2016   |  Time: 12.30 - 2pm  |  Venue: Library Meeting Room, 3rd Floor, The Library  |  More Info

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